Pollination Ecology papers

  • Stone, G.N. (1995) Female foraging responses to harassment in the solitary bee AnthophoraÊÊ plumipes. Animal Behaviour, 50,405-412. Download pdf
  • Stone, G.N., Willmer, P.G. and Nee, S. (1996). Daily Partitioning of Pollinators in an AcaciaÊ Community. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 263: 1389-1393. Download pdf
  • Willmer, P.G. & Stone, G.N. (1997). Ant deterrence in Acacia flowers: how aggressive ant- guards assist seed-set. NatureÊ 388: 165-167. Download pdf
  • Stone, G.N., Willmer, P.G., & Rowe, J.A. (1998). Partitioning of pollinators during flowering in an African Acacia community. Ecology, 79: 2808-2827. Download pdf
  • Stone, G.N., Gilbert, F., Willmer, P.G., Potts, S., Semida, F. and Zalat, S. (1999). Windows of opportunity and the temporal structuring of foraging activity in a desert solitary bee. Ecological Entomology 24: 208-221. Download pdf
  • Raine, NE, Willmer PG & Stone, GN. (2002) Spatial structuring and floral repellence prevent ant-pollinator conflict in a Mexican ant-acacia Ecology, 83: 3086-3096. Download pdf
  • Stone, G.N., Raine, N.E., Prescott, P. & Willmer P.G. (2003). The pollination ecology of Acacia. Australian Systematic Botany 16, 103-118. Download pdf