Alana Pindar
Alana Pindar
Post Doctoral Fellow, University of Guelph
Verified email at uoguelph.ca
TitleCited byYear
Climate change impacts on bumblebees converge across continents
JT Kerr, A Pindar, P Galpern, L Packer, SG Potts, SM Roberts, P Rasmont, ...
Science 349 (6244), 177-180, 2015
3292015
The potential of cleptoparasitic bees as indicator taxa for assessing bee communities
CS Sheffield, A Pindar, L Packer, PG Kevan
Apidologie 44 (5), 501-510, 2013
952013
Bee (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) diversity within apple orchards and old fields in the Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia, Canada
CS Sheffield, PG Kevan, A Pindar, L Packer
The Canadian Entomologist 145 (1), 94-114, 2013
362013
Bees and butterflies in burned and unburned alvar woodland: evidence for the importance of postfire succession to insect pollinator diversity in an imperiled ecosystem
AN Taylor, PM Catling
The Canadian Field-Naturalist 125 (4), 297-306, 2012
152012
Contribution of DNA barcoding to the study of the bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) of Canada: progress to date
CS Sheffield, J Heron, J Gibbs, TM Onuferko, R Oram, L Best, N deSilva, ...
The Canadian Entomologist 149 (6), 736-754, 2017
142017
Relocation risky for bumblebee colonies—Response
JT Kerr, A Pindar, P Galpern, L Packer, SG Potts, SM Roberts, P Rasmont, ...
Science 350 (6258), 287-287, 2015
32015
The effect of fire disturbance on bee community composition in oak savannah habitat in Southern Ontario, Canada
AN Pindar
22013
How much habitat is enough? Assessing optimal habitat requirements for native bees
A Pindar, NE Raine
Entomology 2018, 2018
2018
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