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The Natural History of Bumblebees: A Sourcebook for Investigations
By Carol Ann Kearns; James Thomson. 2001
University Press of Colorado, Bolder, 2001
ISBN: 978-0-87081-621-5
Cite: 581915
Carol Ann Kearns; James Thomson. 2001. The Natural History of Bumblebees: A Sourcebook for Investigations. University Press of Colorado, Bolder. xiv +130 pp.

Official website - UPC

Packed with information on bumblebee colonies, bee honeypots, bee development, foraging behavior, as well as instructions for maintaining bumblebees in captivity, this lively and colorful book also includes an easy-to-use photographic field guide to aid in the identification of over fifty species of North American bumblebee-virtually every known species on this continent.

Carol Kearns is assistant professor of biology at Wesleyan College. She has conducted research on the pollination of montane plants at the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory and served as assistant director of the Mountain Research Station in Nederland, Colorado. Her research interests are in the fields of plant mating systems and fly pollination.

James D. Thomson is Chair of the department of Zoology at the University of Toronto and is a leading authority on bumblebees. He has published numerous papers and articles and co-authored BeeVisit for Windows, a computer interactive simulation program on bee pollination, as part of the BioQUEST Library.

Mike -
Neither the "Official website - UPC" link, nor the amazon.com one work. Here's at least a functioning link to the pertinent amazon page.

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