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Alana Pindar
Alana Pindar
Visiting Professor, Cape Breton University
Verified email at cbu.ca
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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
6852015
The potential of cleptoparasitic bees as indicator taxa for assessing bee communities
CS Sheffield, A Pindar, L Packer, PG Kevan
Apidologie 44, 501-510, 2013
1542013
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
532013
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
382017
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, 2011
182011
Status and trends of pollinator health in Ontario. University of Guelph report prepared for Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA). 238 pages
A Pindar, EK Mullen, MB Tonge, E Guzman-Novoa, NE Raine
92017
The effect of fire disturbance on bee community composition in oak savannah habitat in Southern Ontario, Canada
AN Pindar
52013
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
42015
Safeguarding pollinators requires specific habitat prescriptions and substantially more land area than current policy suggests
A Pindar, A Hogg, NE Raine
BioRxiv, 2020.12. 14.422715, 2020
32020
First Canadian record of the specialist hibiscus bee, Ptilothrix bombiformis (Cresson) (Hymenoptera: Apidae)
JK Sharkey, A Pindar, NE Raine
The Journal of the Entomological Society of Ontario 151, 41-48, 2020
22020
Identifying wild bee visitors of major crops in North America with notes on potential threats from agricultural practices
S Rondeau, DS Willis Chan, A Pindar
Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems, 509, 2022
12022
Diverse heathland bee communities provide limited pollination services for lowbush blueberry species.
EA Walker, A Pindar, J Lundholm
Journal of the Acadian Entomological Society 17, 2021
2021
How much habitat is enough? Assessing optimal habitat requirements for native bees
A Pindar, NE Raine
Entomology 2018, 2018
2018
Graduate Student Oral Competition: Physiology and Biochemistry: Abiotic/Biotic Effects
E Youngsteadt, A Pindar
2016 International Congress of Entomology, 2016
2016
Contributed Papers: Agricultural and Forest Entomology: Forest Insects, Pollinators, Systematics, and Remote Sensing
JJ Adamczyk, A Pindar
2016 International Congress of Entomology, 2016
2016
Native pollinators in Ontario agriculture
A Pindar, NE Raine
2016 International Congress of Entomology, 2016
2016
Floral biology and visitors of Montrichardia arborescens (L.) Schott (Araceae) in Caxiuanã National Forest, Amazon Region, Brazil
CN Junqueira, J Muir, A Pindar
Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi-Ciências Naturais 9 (3), 503-508, 2014
2014
Rusty-patched Bumble Bee Recovery Strategy
S Colla, A Taylor-Pindar
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