Leif L. Richardson
Leif L. Richardson
Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation
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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
Bumble bees of North America: an identification guide
PH Williams, RW Thorp, LL Richardson, SR Colla
Princeton University Press, 2014
Nectar robbing: ecological and evolutionary perspectives
RE Irwin, JL Bronstein, JS Manson, L Richardson
Annual review of ecology, evolution, and systematics 41, 271-292, 2010
Secondary metabolites in floral nectar reduce parasite infections in bumblebees
LL Richardson, LS Adler, AS Leonard, J Andicoechea, KH Regan, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1803), 20142471, 2015
Assessing declines of North American bumble bees (Bombus spp.) using museum specimens
SR Colla, F Gadallah, L Richardson, D Wagner, L Gall
Biodiversity and Conservation 21, 3585-3595, 2012
Disaggregating the evidence linking biodiversity and ecosystem services
TH Ricketts, KB Watson, I Koh, AM Ellis, CC Nicholson, S Posner, ...
Nature Communications 7 (1), 13106, 2016
Secondary compounds in floral rewards of toxic rangeland plants: impacts on pollinators
RE Irwin, D Cook, LL Richardson, JS Manson, DR Gardner
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 62 (30), 7335-7344, 2014
Farm and landscape factors interact to affect the supply of pollination services
CC Nicholson, I Koh, LL Richardson, A Beauchemin, TH Ricketts
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 250, 113-122, 2017
Towards a US national program for monitoring native bees
SH Woodard, S Federman, RR James, BN Danforth, TL Griswold, ...
Biological Conservation 252, 108821, 2020
Nectar chemistry mediates the behavior of parasitized bees: consequences for plant fitness
LL Richardson, MD Bowers, RE Irwin
Ecology 97 (2), 325-337, 2016
Guide to bumble bees of the eastern United States
S Colla, L Richardson, P Williams
Genes suggest ancestral colour polymorphisms are shared across morphologically cryptic species in arctic bumblebees
PH Williams, AM Byvaltsev, B Cederberg, MV Berezin, F Ødegaard, ...
Plos one 10 (12), e0144544, 2015
Bumble bee (Bombus) distribution and diversity in Vermont, USA: a century of change
LL Richardson, KP McFarland, S Zahendra, S Hardy
Journal of Insect Conservation 23 (1), 45-62, 2019
Climate change winners and losers among North American bumblebees
HM Jackson, SA Johnson, LA Morandin, LL Richardson, LM Guzman, ...
Biology letters 18 (6), 20210551, 2022
Western bumble bee: declines in the continental United States and range‐wide information gaps
TA Graves, WM Janousek, SM Gaulke, AC Nicholas, DA Keinath, CM Bell, ...
Ecosphere 11 (6), e03141, 2020
The importance of forests in bumble bee biology and conservation
JM Mola, J Hemberger, J Kochanski, LL Richardson, IS Pearse
Bioscience 71 (12), 1234-1248, 2021
Home sick: Impacts of migratory beekeeping on honey bee (Apis mellifera) pests, pathogens, and colony size
SA Alger, PA Burnham, ZS Lamas, AK Brody, LL Richardson
PeerJ 6, e5812, 2018
Recent and future declines of a historically widespread pollinator linked to climate, land cover, and pesticides
WM Janousek, MR Douglas, S Cannings, MA Clément, CM Delphia, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 120 (5), e2211223120, 2023
Multi-site interactions: Understanding the offsite impacts of land use change on the use and supply of ecosystem services
LJ Sonter, JA Johnson, CC Nicholson, LL Richardson, KB Watson, ...
Ecosystem Services 23, 158-164, 2017
Long‐term surveys support declines in early season forest plants used by bumblebees
JM Mola, LL Richardson, G Spyreas, DN Zaya, IS Pearse
Journal of Applied Ecology 58 (7), 1431-1441, 2021
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