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Jane E. Ogilvie
Jane E. Ogilvie
Invertebrates Australia and Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory
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Interannual bumble bee abundance is driven by indirect climate effects on floral resource phenology
JE Ogilvie, SR Griffin, ZJ Gezon, BD Inouye, N Underwood, DW Inouye, ...
Ecology letters 20 (12), 1507-1515, 2017
1422017
Interactions between bee foraging and floral resource phenology shape bee populations and communities
JE Ogilvie, JRK Forrest
Current opinion in insect science 21, 75-82, 2017
1102017
Phenological responses to multiple environmental drivers under climate change: insights from a long‐term observational study and a manipulative field experiment
SM Wadgymar, JE Ogilvie, DW Inouye, AE Weis, JT Anderson
New Phytologist 218 (2), 517-529, 2018
852018
Site fidelity by bees drives pollination facilitation in sequentially blooming plant species
JE Ogilvie, JD Thomson
Ecology 97 (6), 1442-1451, 2016
552016
Effects of spatial patterning of co-flowering plant species on pollination quantity and purity
JD Thomson, HF Fung, JE Ogilvie
Annals of Botany 123 (2), 303-310, 2019
302019
Stimulation of flower nectar replenishment by removal: a survey of eleven animal-pollinated plant species
EY Luo, JE Ogilvie, JD Thomson
Journal of Pollination Ecology 12, 52-62, 2014
282014
Male bumble bees are important pollinators of a late-blooming plant
JE Ogilvie, JD Thomson
Arthropod-Plant Interactions 9 (2), 205-213, 2015
262015
Multitrophic interactions mediate the effects of climate change on herbivore abundance
A Robinson, DW Inouye, JE Ogilvie, EH Mooney
Oecologia 185, 181-190, 2017
242017
Seasonal change in a pollinator community and the maintenance of style length variation in Mertensia fusiformis (Boraginaceae)
JRK Forrest, JE Ogilvie, AM Gorischek, JD Thomson
Annals of Botany 108 (1), 1-12, 2011
232011
Taraxacum officinale pollen depresses seed set of montane wildflowers through pollen allelopathy
D Loughnan, JD Thomson, JE Ogilvie, B Gilbert
Journal of Pollination Ecology 13, 146-150, 2014
152014
Pollinators, role of
DW Inouye, JE Ogilvie
Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, 723-730, 2001
152001
Estimating pollination success with novel artificial flowers: effects of nectar concentration
JD Thomson, JE Ogilvie, TT Makino, A Arisz, S Raju, V Rojas-Luengas, ...
Journal of Pollination Ecology 9, 108-114, 2012
112012
Pollinator exclusion devices permitting easy access to flowers of small herbaceous plants
JD Thomson, JRK Forrest, JE Ogilvie
Journal of Pollination Ecology, 24-25, 2011
92011
Pollination biology of the sclerophyllous shrub Pultenaea villosa Willd. (Fabaceae) in southeast Queensland, Australia
JE Ogilvie, JM Zalucki, SL Boulter
Plant Species Biology 24 (1), 11-19, 2009
52009
Bee foraging in space and time: linking individual behaviour to pollination
JE Ogilvie
University of Toronto (Canada), 2014
32014
The shifting importance of abiotic and biotic factors across the life cycles of wild pollinators
JE Ogilvie, PJ CaraDonna
Journal of Animal Ecology 91, 2412-2423, 2022
12022
Conceptual and practical issues limit the utility of statistical estimators of phenological events
AM Iler, PT Humphrey, JE Ogilvie, PJ CaraDonna
Ecosphere 12 (11), e03828, 2021
12021
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, ...
The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 120 (5), e2211223120, 2023
2023
Ecological Drivers and Consequences of Bumble Bee Body Size Variation
JL Fitzgerald, JE Ogilvie, PJ CaraDonna
Environmental Entomology 51 (6), 1055-1068, 2022
2022
Bumble bee abundance is governed by climate-driven variation in floral phenology
JE Ogilvie, SR Griffin, ZJ Gezon, BD Inouye, NC Underwood, DW Inouye, ...
2017 ESA Annual Meeting (August 6--11), 2017
2017
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