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Investigating the impacts of field‐realistic exposure to a neonicotinoid pesticide on bumblebee foraging, homing ability and colony growth
DA Stanley, AL Russell, SJ Morrison, C Rogers, NE Raine
Journal of Applied Ecology 53 (5), 1440-1449, 2016
1292016
The evolution of floral sonication, a pollen foraging behavior used by bees (Anthophila)
S Cardinal, SL Buchmann, AL Russell
Evolution 72 (3), 590-600, 2018
892018
Patterns of pollen and nectar foraging specialization by bumblebees over multiple timescales using RFID
AL Russell, SJ Morrison, EH Moschonas, DR Papaj
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-13, 2017
492017
How a generalist bee achieves high efficiency of pollen collection on diverse floral resources
AL Russell, SL Buchmann, DR Papaj
Behavioral Ecology 28 (4), 991-1003, 2017
412017
Gazing into the anthosphere: considering how microbes influence floral evolution
M Rebolleda‐Gómez, NJ Forrester, AL Russell, N Wei, AM Fetters, ...
New phytologist 224 (3), 1012-1020, 2019
372019
Bees learn preferences for plant species that offer only pollen as a reward
AL Russell, RE Golden, AS Leonard, DR Papaj
Behavioral Ecology 27 (3), 731-740, 2016
352016
Concealed floral rewards and the role of experience in floral sonication by bees
AL Russell, AS Leonard, HD Gillette, DR Papaj
Animal Behaviour 120, 83-91, 2016
312016
Associative learning of flowers by generalist bumble bees can be mediated by microbes on the petals
AL Russell, TL Ashman
Behavioral Ecology 30 (3), 746-755, 2019
282019
Artificial pollen dispensing flowers and feeders for bee behaviour experiments
AL Russell, DR Papaj
Journal of Pollination Ecology, 2016
242016
Movers and shakers: bumble bee foraging behavior shapes the dispersal of microbes among and within flowers
AL Russell, M Rebolleda‐Gómez, TM Shaible, TL Ashman
Ecosphere 10 (5), e02714, 2019
222019
Division of labor of anthers in heterantherous plants: flexibility of bee pollen collection behavior may serve to keep plants honest
DR Papaj, SL Buchmann, AL Russell
Arthropod-Plant Interactions 11 (3), 307-315, 2017
222017
Sonicating bees demonstrate flexible pollen extraction without instrumental learning
CM Switzer, AL Russell, DR Papaj, SA Combes, R Hopkins
Current Zoology 65 (4), 425-436, 2019
162019
Linking components of complex signals to morphological part: the role of anther and corolla in the complex floral display
AL Russell, KB Mauerman, RE Golden, DR Papaj
Animal behaviour 135, 223-236, 2018
92018
White flowers finish last: pollen-foraging bumble bees show biased learning in a floral color polymorphism
AL Russell, CR Newman, DR Papaj
Evolutionary Ecology 31 (2), 173-191, 2017
92017
Transmission of bee-like vibrations in buzz-pollinated plants with different stamen architectures
L Nevard, AL Russell, K Foord, M Vallejo-Marín
Scientific reports 11 (1), 1-10, 2021
82021
Sensory bias and signal detection trade-offs maintain intersexual floral mimicry
AL Russell, DW Kikuchi, NW Giebink, DR Papaj
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 375 (1802), 20190469, 2020
72020
Bene “fit” assessment in pollination coevolution: mechanistic perspectives on hummingbird bill–flower matching
A Rico-Guevara, KJ Hurme, R Elting, AL Russell
Integrative and Comparative Biology 61 (2), 681-695, 2021
62021
Pollinators mediate floral microbial diversity and microbial network under agrochemical disturbance
N Wei, AL Russell, AR Jarrett, TL Ashman
Molecular Ecology 30 (10), 2235-2247, 2021
52021
Structural dynamics of real and modelled Solanum stamens: implications for pollen ejection by buzzing bees
M Jankauski, R Ferguson, A Russell, S Buchmann
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 19 (20220040), 2022
42022
Brawls bring buzz: Male size influences competition and courtship in Diadasia rinconis (Hymenoptera: Apidae)
AL Russell, SL Buchmann, WO Sabino, DR Papaj
Journal of Insect Science 18 (4), 1-11, 2018
32018
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