Researchers at UMass Amherst deploy fluorescent paint, pipettes, tents, tweezers and scissors to trace three-way connection between plants, pathogens and bees
Bees may be using their sense of smell to detect and avoid stressed plants.
A study of the bees of Toronto aimed to uncover what factors help or hinder urban pollinators.
You may have tried tequila or mezcal. But have you ever wondered what is happening in the fields where the Agave plants grow?
Studying how bees perceive flowers gives insight into how pollinators have influenced flower evolution.
A recent paper highlights a critical research gap, and reveals the potential for finding new data in old places.
Where have all the flower-pollinating insects have gone?
A new article argues that conservation shouldn’t be left to the countryside. There are major impacts to be made looking at pollinators in the city.
A survey of flowers of 16 species of Lockhartia determines that all have elaiophores (oil glands) of the trichomal type.