Cariveau Lab Publications

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Lab Contributions: # = undergraduate student * = graduate student † = postdoctoral researcher ‡ = staff scientist

Portman, ZM. ‡, Gardner, J., Lane, I.G. †, Gerjets, N., Petersen, J.D., Ascher, J.S., Arduser, M., Evans, E., Boyd, C., Thomson, R. Cariveau. D.P. (2023). A Checklist of the Bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) of Minnesota. Zootaxa 5304 (1): 1–95.

Bruninga-Socolar, B.†, Lonsdorf E., Lane, I.G.†, Portman, Z.M.‡ , & Cariveau, D.P. (2023). Making plant-pollinator data collection cheaper for restoration and monitoring. Journal of Applied Ecology.

Mueller, U.†, Bruninga-Socolar, B.†, Brokaw J.*, Cariveau D.P., Williams N.M. (In Press) Joining perspectives on ecology, conservation value, and policy of bee pollinator seed mixes. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment

Boone, M.L., Evans, E., Arnold, T., Cariveau, D.P., (2023). Increasing sampling efficiency of Bombus communities with rare and endangered species by optimizing detection probabilities: A multi-species occupancy modeling approach using roadsides as a case study. Biological Conservation 283:110122.

Brokaw, J.*, Portman, Z.M.‡, Bruninga-Socolar, B.†, Cariveau, D.P. (2023). Prescribed fire increases the number of ground-nesting bee nests in tallgrass prairie remnants. Insect Conservation and Diversity.

Portman, Z.M., ‡ Arduser, M., Lane, I.G. †, Cariveau, D.P. (2022). A review of the Augochloropsis (Hymenoptera, Halictidae) and keys to the shiny green Halictinae of the midwestern United States. ZooKeys, 1130, 103–152

Lane, I.G.,* Portman, Z.P. ‡,, Herron-Sweet, C.R., ‡, Petersen, J.D., Bruninga-Socolar, B. †, Cariveau, D.P. (2023). Higher floral richness promotes rarer bee communities across remnant and reconstructed tallgrass prairies, though remnants contain higher abundances of a threatened bumble bee (Bombus Latreille). Biological Conservation.

Kendall, L.K., Mola, J.M., Portman, Z.M. ‡,, Cariveau, D.P., Smith, H.G., Bartomeus, I. (2022) The potential and realized foraging movement of bees are differentially determined by body size and sociality. Ecology 103:e3809.

Evans, E., Ascher, J. Cariveau, D.P. Spivak, M., (2022) A century of change in a Great Plains bee fauna: how to support persisting species. The Prairie Naturalist (Special Issue) 1:78-102

Allen‐Perkins, A., Magrach, A., Dainese, M.,Garibaldi, L.A.,…,D.P. Cariveau,...,Bartomeus, I. (2022). CropPol: a dynamic, open and global database on crop pollination. Ecology 103:e3614.

Lane, I.G.*, Portman, Z.M. ‡,, Herron‐Sweet, C.R.‡, Pardee, G.L. †,, Cariveau, D.P. (2022) Differences in bee community composition between restored and remnant prairies are more strongly linked to forb community differences than landscape differences. Journal of Applied Ecology 59:129-140.

Portman, Z.M. ‡, Ascher, J. & Cariveau, D.P. Nectar concentrating behavior by bees (Hymenoptera: Anthophila). (2021) Apidologie 52: 1169–1194.

Senapathi, D., Frund, J., Albrecht, M., Garratt, M.P.D., Kleijn, D.,...Cariveau, D.P.,...Klein, A. (2021). Wild insect diversity increases inter-annual stability in global crop pollinator communities. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 288: 20210212.

Woodard, S. H., Federman, S., James, R.R., Danforth, B.N., Griswold, T.L., Inouye, D.,..., Cariveau, D. P., ...W. Wehling. (2020). Toward a U.S. national program from monitoring native bees. Biological Conservation 252: 108821

Spivak, M., Cariveau, D. P. Mutualisms. (2020). Flowers as parasite transmission hubs. Nature Ecology and Evolution. 4: 1298-1299. [Invited]

Lane, I. G.*, Herron-Sweet, C. R. ‡, Portman, Z. M. ‡, & Cariveau, D. P. (2020). Floral resource diversity drives bee community diversity in prairie restorations along an agricultural landscape gradient. Journal of Applied Ecology. 57(10): 2010-2018. doi: 10.1111/1365- 2664.13694

Cariveau, D. P., Bruninga-Socolar, B. †, & Pardee, G. † (2020). A review of the challenges and opportunities for restoring animal-mediated pollination of native plants. Emerging Topics in the Life Sciences. 4(1): 99–109. [Invited Review]

Portman, Z. M. ‡, Bruninga-Socolar, B. †, & Cariveau, D. P. (2020). The state of bee monitoring in the United States: A call to refocus away from bowl traps and towards more effective methods. Annals of the Entomological Society of America. doi:10.1093/aesa/saaa010

MacLeod, M., Reilly, J., Cariveau, D. P., Genung, M. A., Roswell, M., Gibbs, J., & Winfree, R. (2020). How much do rare and crop-pollinating bees overlap in identity and flower preferences? Journal of Applied Ecology, 57(2), 413-423. doi: 10.1111/1365-2664.13543

Ritchie, A. D.*, Lane, I. G.*, & Cariveau, D. P. (2020). Pollination of a bee-dependent forb in restored prairie: no evidence of pollen limitation in landscapes dominated by row crop agriculture. Restoration Ecology. doi: 10.1111/rec.13157

Portman, Z. M. ‡, Lane, I. G.*, Pardee, G. L. †, & Cariveau, D. P. Reinstatement of Andrena vernalis Mitchell (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae) from synonymy with A. ziziae Robertson. Great Lakes Entomologist. [Accepted]

Portman, Z. M. ‡, Burrows, S. J., Griswold, T., Arduser, M., Irber, A. J.*, Tonietto, R. K., & Cariveau, D. P. (2019). First records of the adventive Pseudoanthidium nanum (Mocsáry) (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae) in Illinois and Minnesota, with notes on its identification and taxonomy. Great Lakes Entomologist, 52(1-2), 12-20.

Kendall, L. K., Rader, R., Gagic, V., Cariveau, D. P., Albrecht, M., Baldock, K. C.R., . . Portman, Z. ‡,. . .Bartomeus, I. (2019). Pollinator size and its consequences: Robust estimates of body size in pollinating insects. Ecology and Evolution, 9(4), 1702-1714. doi: 10.1002/ece3.4835

Evans, E., Smart, M., Cariveau, D. P., & Spivak, M. (2018). Wild, native bees and managed honey bees benefit from similar agricultural land uses. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 268, 162-170. doi: 10.1016/j.agee.2018.09.014

Rodriguez-Saona, C. R., Polk, D., Oudemans, P. V., Holdcraft, R., Zaman, F. U., Isaacs, R., & Cariveau, D. P. (2018). Landscape features determining the occurrence of Rhagoletis mendax (Diptera: Tephritidae) flies in blueberries. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 258, 113-120. doi: 10.1016/j.agee.2018.02.001

Winfree, R., Reilly, J. R., Bartomeus, I., Cariveau, D. P., Williams, N. M., & Gibbs, J. (2018). Species turnover promotes the importance of bee diversity for crop pollination at regional scales. Science, 359(6377), 791-793. doi: 10.1126/science.aao2117

Bartomeus, I., Cariveau, D. P., Harrison, T., & Winfree, R. (2018). On the inconsistency of pollinator species traits for predicting either response to land-use change or functional contribution. Oikos, 127(2), 306-315. doi: 10.1111/oik.04507

Cariveau, D. P., Nayak, G. K., Bartomeus, I., Zientek#, J., Ascher, J. S., Gibbs, J., & Winfree, R. (2016). The allometry of bee proboscis length and its uses in ecology. PLoS ONE, 11(3). doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0151482

Kleijn, D., Winfree, R., Bartomeus, I., Carvalheiro, L. G., Henry, M., Isaacs, R.,...Cariveau, D. P., ... Potts, S. G. (2015). Delivery of crop pollination services is an insufficient argument for wild pollinator conservation. Nature Communications, 6. doi: 10.1038/ncomms8414

Cariveau, D. P., & Winfree, R. (2015). Causes of variation in wild bee responses to anthropogenic drivers. Current Opinion in Insect Science, 10, 104-109. doi: 10.1016/j.cois.2015.05.004

Winfree, R., Fox, J. W., Williams, N. M., Reilly, J. R., & Cariveau, D. P. (2015). Abundance of common species, not species richness, drives delivery of a real-world ecosystem service. Ecology Letters, 18(7), 626-635. doi: 10.1111/ele.12424

Cariveau, D. P., & Norton, A. P. (2014). Direct effects of a biocontrol agent are greater than indirect effects through flower visitors for the alien plant Dalmatian toadflax (Linaria dalmatica: Scrophulariaceae). Biological Invasions, 16(9), 1951-1960. doi: 10.1007/s10530- 013-0638-1

Cariveau, D. P., Elijah Powell, J., Koch, H., Winfree, R., & Moran, N. A. (2014). Variation in gut microbial communities and its association with pathogen infection in wild bumble bees (Bombus). ISME Journal, 8(12), 2369-2379. doi: 10.1038/ismej.2014.68

Kennedy, C. M., Lonsdorf, E., Neel, M. C., Williams, N. M., Ricketts, T. H., Winfree, R.,...Cariveau, D. P.,... Kremen, C. (2013). A global quantitative synthesis of local and landscape effects on wild bee pollinators in agroecosystems. Ecology Letters, 16(5), 584-599. doi: 10.1111/ele.12082

Garibaldi, L. A., Steffan-Dewenter, I., Winfree, R., Aizen, M. A., Bommarco, R., Cunningham, S. A.,...Cariveau, D. P.,...Klein, A. M. (2013). Wild pollinators enhance fruit set of crops regardless of honey bee abundance. Science, 340(6127), 1608-1611. doi: 10.1126/science.1230200

Cariveau, D. P., Williams, N. M., Benjamin, F. E., & Winfree, R. (2013). Response diversity to land use occurs but does not consistently stabilise ecosystem services provided by native pollinators. Ecology Letters, 16(7), 903-911. doi: 10.1111/ele.12126

Williams, N. M., Cariveau, D. P., Winfree, R., & Kremen, C. (2011). Bees in disturbed habitats use, but do not prefer, alien plants. Basic and Applied Ecology, 12(4), 332-341. doi: 10.1016/j.baae.2010.11.008

Winfree, R., Bartomeus, I., & Cariveau, D. P. (2011). Native pollinators in anthropogenic habitats. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics, 42, 1-22. doi:10.1146/annurev-ecolsys-102710-145042

Cariveau, D. P., & Norton, A. P. (2009). Spatially contingent interactions between an exotic and native plant mediated through flower visitors. Oikos, 118(1), 107-114. doi:10.1111/j.1600- 0706.2008.16705.x

Lauenroth, W. K., Wade, A. A., Williamson, M. A., Ross, B. E., Kumar, S., & Cariveau, D. P. (2006). Uncertainty in calculations of net primary production for grasslands. Ecosystems, 9(5), 843-851. doi: 10.1007/s10021-005-0072-z

Cariveau, D. P., Irwin, R. E., Brody, A. K., Garcia-Mayeya, L. S., & Von Der Ohe, A. (2004). Direct and indirect effects of pollinators and seed predators to selection on plant and floral traits. Oikos, 104(1), 15-26. doi: 10.1111/j.0030-1299.2004.12641.x

Jullien, M., & Cariveau, D. P. (2001). First description of the nest of the Wing-banded Wren in French Guiana. Wilson Bulletin, 113(4), 398-403. doi: 10.1676/0043- 5643(2001)113[0398:FDOTNO]2.0.CO;2