Bethanne Bruninga-Socolar
Bethanne Bruninga-Socolar
Albright College
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The state of bee monitoring in the United States: A call to refocus away from bowl traps and towards more effective methods
ZM Portman, B Bruninga-Socolar, DP Cariveau
Annals of the Entomological Society of America 113 (5), 337-342, 2020
Wild bee community change over a 26‐year chronosequence of restored tallgrass prairie
SR Griffin, B Bruninga‐Socolar, MA Kerr, J Gibbs, R Winfree
Restoration Ecology 25 (4), 650-660, 2017
A review of the challenges and opportunities for restoring animal-mediated pollination of native plants
DP Cariveau, B Bruninga-Socolar, GL Pardee
Emerging Topics in Life Sciences 4 (1), 99-109, 2020
Bee communities in restored prairies are structured by landscape and management, not local floral resources
SR Griffin, B Bruninga-Socolar, J Gibbs
Basic and Applied Ecology 50, 144-154, 2021
Variation in prescribed fire and bison grazing supports multiple bee nesting groups in tallgrass prairie
B Bruninga‐Socolar, SR Griffin, ZM Portman, J Gibbs
Restoration Ecology, e13507, 2021
The role of floral density in determining bee foraging behavior: a natural experiment
B Bruninga-Socolar, EE Crone, R Winfree
Natural Areas Journal 36 (4), 392-399, 2016
The contribution of plant spatial arrangement to bumble bee flower constancy
B Bruninga-Socolar, R Winfree, EE Crone
Oecologia 198 (2), 471-481, 2022
Prescribed fire increases the number of ground‐nesting bee nests in tallgrass prairie remnants
J Brokaw, ZM Portman, B Bruninga‐Socolar, DP Cariveau
Insect Conservation and Diversity 16 (3), 355-367, 2023
Higher floral richness promotes rarer bee communities across remnant and reconstructed tallgrass prairies, though remnants contain higher abundances of a threatened bumble bee íK
IG Lane, ZM Portman, CR Herron-Sweet, JD Petersen, ...
Biological Conservation 279, 109862, 2023
A Survey of the Bees of the Six Mile Marsh Prairie Restoration in Minnesota Suggests Benefits from Haying
ZM Portman, B Bruninga-Socolar, EC Evans, RC Tucker
Prairie Naturalist, 41-53, 2022
Co-Flowering Plant Densities Affect Bee Visitation to a Focal Plant Species, but Bee Genera Differ in Their Response
B Bruninga-Socolar, E Branam
Natural Areas Journal 42 (1), 98-104, 2022
Pollinator‐mediated plant coexistence requires high levels of pollinator specialization
B Bruninga‐Socolar, JB Socolar, S Konzmann, K Lunau
Ecology and Evolution 13 (8), e10349, 2023
Integrating perspectives on ecology, conservation value, and policy of bee pollinator seed mixes
U Müller, B Bruninga‐Socolar, J Brokaw, DP Cariveau, NM Williams
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, e2715, 2024
Making plantíVpollinator data collection cheaper for restoration and monitoring
B Bruninga‐Socolar, EV Lonsdorf, IG Lane, ZM Portman, DP Cariveau
Journal of Applied Ecology 60 (9), 2031-2039, 2023
Seeding density of wildflower mixes affects nectar production in a focal plant species
J Neece, J Brokaw, A Coker, B Bruninga‐Socolar
Restoration Ecology 31 (7), e13912, 2023
The Movement Ecology of Mutualism (CSEE/ESA 2022, OOS17)
CM Moore, AK Shaw, B Bruninga-Socolar, EM Caves, AT Karnish, ...
Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 104 (2), 1-7, 2023
R Code and Data for: Prescribed fire increases the number of ground-nesting bee nests in tallgrass prairie remnants
J Brokaw, D Cariveau, Z Portman, B Bruninga-Socolar
Direct and indirect effects of restoration management on wild bee communities of a tallgrass prairie
SR Griffin, B Bruninga-Socolar, J Gibbs
Entomology 2017, 2017
The role of functional traits in bee community assembly of a restored tallgrass prairie
B Bruninga-Socolar, SR Griffin, J Gibbs
2017 ESA Annual Meeting (August 6--11), 2017
The Role of Floral Density in Determining Bee Foraging Behavior: A Natural Experiment
BS Bethanne, W Rachael
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