The European wool-carder bee (Anthidium manicatum) eavesdrops on plant volatile organic compounds (VOCs) during trichome collection.

Graham, Kelsey K.

Brown, Steve.

Clarke, Stephanie.

Röse, Ursula S.R.

Starks, Philip T.

2017.

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  • The plant-pollinator relationship is generally considered mutualistic. This relationship is less clear, however, when pollinators also cause tissue damage. Some Megachilidae bees collect plant material for nests from the plants they pollinate. In this study, we examined the relationship between Anthidium manicatum, the European wool-carder bee, and the source of its preferred nesting material − St... read more
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  • Graham, Kelsey K., Brown, Steve, Clarke, Stephanie, Rose, Ursula S.R., Starks, Philip T., The European wool-carder bee (Anthidium manicatum) eavesdrops on plant volatile organic compounds (VOCs) during trichome collection.Behavioural Processes http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.beproc.2017.08.005.
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