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Stabler, D., P. P. Paoli, S. W. Nicolson, and G. A. Wright. (2015). Nutrient balancing of the adult worker bumblebee (Bombus terrestris) depends on the dietary source of of essential amino acids. Journal of Experimental Biology 218:793 For a copy contact Jeri Wright jeri.wright@ncl.ac.uk

2016

Richard J. Gill; Katherine C.R. Baldock; Mark J.F. Brown; James J. 

Godfray HCJ, Blacquière T, Field LM, Hails RS, Potts SG, Raine NE, Vanbergen AJ, McLean AR (2015) A restatement of recent advances in the natural science evidence base concerning neonicotinoid insecticides and insect pollinators. Proceedings of the Royal Society – B 282: 20151821. doi:10.1098/rspb.2015.1821 http://rspb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/282/1818/20151821

2016

Richard J. Gill; Katherine C.R. Baldock; Mark J.F. Brown; James J.E. Creswell; Lynn V. Dicks; Michelle T. Fountain; Michael P.D. Garratt; Leonie A. Gough; Matt S. Heard; John M. Holland; Jeff Ollerton; Graham N. Stone; Cuong Q. Tang; Adam J. Vanbergen; Alfried P. Vogler; Guy Woodward; Andres N. Arce; Nigel D. Boatman; Richard Brand-Hardy; Tom D. Breeze; Mike Green; Chris M. Hartfield; Rory S. O’Connor; Juliet L. Osborne; James Phillips; Peter B. Sutton & Simon G. Potts (2016). Protecting an Ecosystem Service: Approaches to Understanding and Mitigating Threats to Wild Insect Pollinators. Advances in Ecological Research, 54 135-206, doi.org/10.1016/bs.aecr.2015.10.007 For a copy contact Richard Gill r.gill@imperial.ac.uk

Ryabov EV, Fannon JM, Moore JD, Wood GR, Evans DJ. (2016) The Iflaviruses Sacbrood virus and Deformed wing virus evoke different transcriptional responses in the honeybee which may facilitate their horizontal or vertical transmission. PeerJ 4:e1591 https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.1591

Baude, M., Kunin, W.E., Boatman, N.D., Conyers, S., Davies, N., Gillespie, M.A.K., Morton, R.D., Smart, S.M., and Memmott, J. (2016). Historical nectar assessment reveals the fall and rise of floral resources in Britain. Nature 530, 85-88. doi:10.1038/nature16532 http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v530/n7588/abs/nature16532.html#supplementary-information For a copy contact: mathilde.baude@univ-orleans.fr or jane.memmott@bristol.ac.uk  

 Smith, D. B., G. Bernhart, N. E. Raine, R. L. Abel, D. Sykes, F. Ahmed, I. Pedroso and R. J. Gill (2016). Exploring miniature brains using novel techniques in micro-CT scanning. Scientific Reports 6: 21768. doi:10.1038/srep21768

Dara A. Stanley, Nigel E. Raine (2016). Chronic exposure to a neonicotinoid pesticide alters the interactions between bumblebees and wild plants. Functional Ecology doi:10.1111/1365-2435.12644.

Moffat C, Buckland ST, Samson AJ, McArthur R, Chamosa Pino V, Bollan KA, Huang JTJ & Connolly CN (2016) Neonicotinoids target distinct nicotinic acetylcholine receptors and neurons, leading to differential risks to bumblebees. Scientific Reports, 6, 24764, 10.1038/srep24764

Redhead, J. W., S. Dreier, A. F. G. Bourke, M. S. Heard, W. C. Jordan, S. Sumner, J. Wang, and C. Carvell. 2016. Effects of habitat composition and landscape structure on worker foraging distances of five bumble bee species. Ecological Applications 26:726-739 For a copy contact John Redhead johdhe@ceh.ac.uk or Claire Carvell ccar@ceh.ac.uk

McMahon DP, Natsopoulou ME, Doublet V, Fürst M, Weging S, Brown MJF et al. (2016) Elevated virulence of an emerging viral genotype as a driver of honeybee loss. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences, 283, 10.1098/rspb.2016.0811.

Garratt, M. P. D., T. D. Breeze, V. Boreux, M. T. Fountain, M. McKerchar, S. M. Webber, D. J. Coston, N. Jenner, R. Dean, D. B. Westbury, J. C. Biesmeijer, and S. G. Potts. 2016. Apple Pollination: Demand depends on variety and supply depends on pollinator identity. PLoS ONE 11:e0153889.

Hicks, D. M., P. Ouvrard, K. C. R. Baldock, M. Baude, M. A. Goddard, W. E. Kunin, N. Mitschunas, J. Memmott, H. Morse, M. Nikolitsi, L. M. Osgathorpe, S. G. Potts, K. M. Robertson, A. V. Scott, F. Sinclair, D. B. Westbury, and G. N. Stone. (2016). Food for pollinators: Quantifying the nectar and pollen resources of urban flower meadows. PLoS ONE 11:e0158117.

2017

Carvell, C., A. F. G. Bourke, S. Dreier, S. N. Freeman, S. Hulmes, W. C. Jordan, J. W. Redhead, S. Sumner, J. Wang, and M. S. Heard. 2017. Bumblebee family lineage survival is enhanced in high-quality landscapes (2017). Nature doi:10.1038/nature21709. For a copy contact Claire Carvell ccar@ceh.ac.uk 

Carruthers, J. M., S. M. Cook, G. A. Wright, J. L. Osborne, S. J. Clark, J. L. Swain, and A. J. Haughton. 2017. Oilseed rape (Brassica napus) as a resource for farmland insect pollinators: quantifying floral traits in conventional varieties and breeding systems. GCB Bioenergy DOI: 10.1111/gcbb.12438 

Keeling, M. J., D. N. Franklin, S. Datta, M. A. Brown, and G. E. Budge. 2017. Predicting the spread of the Asian hornet (Vespa velutina) following its incursion into Great Britain. Scientific Reports 7:6240.

Keeling, M. J., S. Datta, D. N. Franklin, I. Flatman, A. Wattam, M. Brown, and G. E. Budge. 2017. Efficient use of sentinel sites: detection of invasive honeybee pests and diseases in the UK. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 14.. Hartfield; Rory S. O’Connor; Juliet L. Osborne; James Phillips; Peter B. Sutton & Simon G. Potts (2016). Protecting an Ecosystem Service: Approaches to Understanding and Mitigating Threats to Wild Insect Pollinators. Advances in Ecological Research, 54 135-206, doi.org/10.1016/bs.aecr.2015.10.007 For a copy contact Richard Gill r.gill@imperial.ac.uk

Ryabov EV, Fannon JM, Moore JD, Wood GR, Evans DJ. (2016) The Iflaviruses Sacbrood virus and Deformed wing virus evoke different transcriptional responses in the honeybee which may facilitate their horizontal or vertical transmission. PeerJ 4:e1591 https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.1591

Baude, M., Kunin, W.E., Boatman, N.D., Conyers, S., Davies, N., Gillespie, M.A.K., Morton, R.D., Smart, S.M., and Memmott, J. (2016). Historical nectar assessment reveals the fall and rise of floral resources in Britain. Nature 530, 85-88. doi:10.1038/nature16532 http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v530/n7588/abs/nature16532.html#supplementary-information For a copy contact: mathilde.baude@univ-orleans.fr or jane.memmott@bristol.ac.uk  

 Smith, D. B., G. Bernhart, N. E. Raine, R. L. Abel, D. Sykes, F. Ahmed, I. Pedroso and R. J. Gill (2016). Exploring miniature brains using novel techniques in micro-CT scanning. Scientific Reports 6: 21768. doi:10.1038/srep21768

Dara A. Stanley, Nigel E. Raine (2016). Chronic exposure to a neonicotinoid pesticide alters the interactions between bumblebees and wild plants. Functional Ecology doi:10.1111/1365-2435.12644.

Moffat C, Buckland ST, Samson AJ, McArthur R, Chamosa Pino V, Bollan KA, Huang JTJ & Connolly CN (2016) Neonicotinoids target distinct nicotinic acetylcholine receptors and neurons, leading to differential risks to bumblebees. Scientific Reports, 6, 24764, 10.1038/srep24764

Redhead, J. W., S. Dreier, A. F. G. Bourke, M. S. Heard, W. C. Jordan, S. Sumner, J. Wang, and C. Carvell. 2016. Effects of habitat composition and landscape structure on worker foraging distances of five bumble bee species. Ecological Applications 26:726-739 For a copy contact John Redhead johdhe@ceh.ac.uk or Claire Carvell ccar@ceh.ac.uk

McMahon DP, Natsopoulou ME, Doublet V, Fürst M, Weging S, Brown MJF et al. (2016) Elevated virulence of an emerging viral genotype as a driver of honeybee loss. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences, 283, 10.1098/rspb.2016.0811.

Garratt, M. P. D., T. D. Breeze, V. Boreux, M. T. Fountain, M. McKerchar, S. M. Webber, D. J. Coston, N. Jenner, R. Dean, D. B. Westbury, J. C. Biesmeijer, and S. G. Potts. 2016. Apple Pollination: Demand depends on variety and supply depends on pollinator identity. PLoS ONE 11:e0153889.

Hicks, D. M., P. Ouvrard, K. C. R. Baldock, M. Baude, M. A. Goddard, W. E. Kunin, N. Mitschunas, J. Memmott, H. Morse, M. Nikolitsi, L. M. Osgathorpe, S. G. Potts, K. M. Robertson, A. V. Scott, F. Sinclair, D. B. Westbury, and G. N. Stone. (2016). Food for pollinators: Quantifying the nectar and pollen resources of urban flower meadows. PLoS ONE 11:e0158117.

Stanley DA, Russell AL, Morrison SJ, Rogers C, Raine NE (2016) Investigating the impacts of field-realistic exposure to a neonicotinoid pesticide on bumblebee foraging, homing ability and colony growth. Journal of Applied Ecology 53: 1440-1449. doi:10.1111/1365-2664.12689 http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1365-2664.12689/full


2017

Carvell, C., A. F. G. Bourke, S. Dreier, S. N. Freeman, S. Hulmes, W. C. Jordan, J. W. Redhead, S. Sumner, J. Wang, and M. S. Heard. 2017. Bumblebee family lineage survival is enhanced in high-quality landscapes (2017). Nature doi:10.1038/nature21709. For a copy contact Claire Carvell ccar@ceh.ac.uk 

Carruthers, J. M., S. M. Cook, G. A. Wright, J. L. Osborne, S. J. Clark, J. L. Swain, and A. J. Haughton. 2017. Oilseed rape (Brassica napus) as a resource for farmland insect pollinators: quantifying floral traits in conventional varieties and breeding systems. GCB Bioenergy DOI: 10.1111/gcbb.12438 

Keeling, M. J., D. N. Franklin, S. Datta, M. A. Brown, and G. E. Budge. 2017. Predicting the spread of the Asian hornet (Vespa velutina) following its incursion into Great Britain. Scientific Reports 7:6240.

Keeling, M. J., S. Datta, D. N. Franklin, I. Flatman, A. Wattam, M. Brown, and G. E. Budge. 2017. Efficient use of sentinel sites: detection of invasive honeybee pests and diseases in the UK. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 14.

 

Baron, GL, Raine NE, Brown MJF (2017) General and species-specific impacts of a neonicotinoid insecticide on the ovary development and feeding of wild bumblebee queens. Proceedings of the Royal Society – B 284: 20170123. doi:10.1098/rspb.2017.0123 http://rspb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/284/1854/20170123

 

 Stanley DA, Raine NE (2017) Bumblebee colony development following chronic exposure to field-realistic levels of the neonicotinoid pesticide thiamethoxam under laboratory conditions. Scientific Reports 7: 8005. doi:10.1038/s41598-017-08752-x https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-017-08752-x

 

 Baron GL, Jansen VAA, Brown MJF, Raine NE (2017) Pesticide reduces bumblebee colony establishment and increases probability of population extinction. Nature Ecology & Evolution 1: 1308–1316. doi:10.1038/s41559-017-0260-1 https://www.nature.com/articles/s41559-017-0260-1