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J. H. Cane1996Nesting resins obtained from Larrea pollen host by an oligolectic bee, Trachusa larreae (Cockerell) (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae)
J. H. Cane1986The importance of native bees to rabbiteye blueberry pollination
J. H. Cane, Buchmann S. L.1989Novel pollen-harvesting behavior by the bee Protandrena mexicanorum (Hymenoptera:Andrenidae)
J. H. Cane2008Bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Apiformes)
J. H. Cane, Eickwort, G. C., Wesley, F. R., Spielholz, J.1985Pollination ecology of Vaccinium stamineum (Ericaceae: Vaccinioideae)
J. H. Cane, Eickwort, G. C., Wesley, F. R., Spielholz, J.1983Foraging, grooming and mate-seeking behaviors of Macropis nuda (Hymenoptera, Melittidae) and use of Lysimachia ciliata (Primulaceae) oils in larval provisions and cell linings
J. H. Cane2005Bees, pollination, and the challenges of sprawl
J. H. Cane, Minckley, R., Roulston, T., Kervin, L. J., Williams, N. M.2006Complex responses within a desert bee guild (Hymenoptera: Apiformes) to urban habitat fragmentation
J. H. Cane, Payne J. A.1993Regional, annual and seasonal variation in pollinator guilds: intrinsic traits of bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) underlie their patterns of abundance at Vaccinium ashei (Ericaceae)
J. H. Cane, Payne J. A.1990Native bee pollinates rabbiteye blueberry
J. H. Cane, Payne J. A.1988Foraging ecology of the bee Habropoda laboriosa (Hymenoptera: Anthophoridae), an oligolege of blueberries (Ericaceae: Vaccinium) in the southeastern United States
J. H. Cane, Sipes S.2007Floral specialization by bees: analytical methods and a revised lexicon for oligolecty
J. H. Cane, Snelling, R. R., Kervin, L. J., Eickwort, G. C.1996A new monolectic coastal bee, Hesperapis oraria Snelling and Stage (Hymenoptera: Melittidae), with a review of desert and neotropical disjunctives in the southeastern U.S
J. Cane2011Specialist Osmia bees forage indiscriminately among hybridizing Balsamorhiza floral hosts
J. H. Cane, Sampson, B. J., Miller, S. A.2011Pollination value of male bees: The specialist bee Peponapis pruinosa (Apidae) at summer squash (Cucurbita pepo)
C. Krug, I. Santos, Ados, Cane, J. H.2010Visiting bees of Cucurbita flowers (Cucurbitaceae) with emphasis on the presence of Peponapis fervens Smith (Eucerini _ Apidae) _ Santa Catarina, southern Brasil
R. L. Minckley, Cane, J. H., Kervin, L.2000Origins and ecological consequences of pollen specialization among desert bees
R. L. Minckley, Cane, J. H., Kervin, L., Roulston, T. H.1999Spatial predictability and resource specialization of bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) at a superabundant, widespread resource
T. H. Roulston, Cane J. H.2000The effect of diet breadth and nesting ecology on body size variation in bees (Apiformes)
B. Sampson, Cane, J. H., Neff, J.1995Blue bees for blueberries?
B. J. Sampson, Knight, P. R., Cane, J. H., Spiers, J. M.2007Foraging behavior, pollinator effectiveness, and management potential of the new world squash bees Peponapis pruinosa and Xenoglossa strenua (Apidae: Eucerini)
W. T. Wcislo, Cane J. H.1996Floral resource utilization by solitary bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) and exploitation of their stored foods by natural enemies
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