Data from: Bees without flowers: before peak bloom, diverse native bees find insect-produced honeydew sugars

Meiners JM, Griswold TL, Harris DJ, Ernest SKM

Date Published: February 23, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.00t8g

 

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Title Visitation data for bees on different honeydew plant treatments
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Description Visitation data for 308 bees collected with an aerial net on 7 different honeydew plant treatments from 378 5-minute plant samples. All plants were unflowering Adenostoma fasciculatum shrubs. Collecting took place at three different chaparral sites at Pinnacles National Park over 9 weeks between Feb - April, 2012. Rows represent a single plant sample, and report number of bees collected, the plant ID, site, experimental treatment of that plant, binary description of whether that plant treatment included Mold, Insecticide, Sugar, or Paint, the date and time of sample, and the local environmental conditions at that time.
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Title Branch temperatures for blackened and unblackened plants
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Description Infrared thermometer readings for three surface temperatures taken on prominent branches at noon during bee sampling days. Rows represent a single branch temperature reading for a given plant, and include details on the date of the reading, and a binary code for whether or not that plant had "blackened" branches. In this categorization, all branches that were either naturally moldy or painted to be darker as an experimental treatment are coded as black, and all plants placed in treatments not including natural mold or paint are coded as not black. A single plant (Plant_code) is always in the same category as treatments were not rotated between plants.
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Meiners JM, Griswold TL, Harris DJ, Ernest SKM (2017) Bees without flowers: before peak bloom, diverse native bees find insect-produced honeydew sugars. The American Naturalist 190(2): 281-291. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/692437

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Meiners JM, Griswold TL, Harris DJ, Ernest SKM (2017) Data from: Bees without flowers: before peak bloom, diverse native bees find insect-produced honeydew sugars. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.00t8g
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