Pollination Ecology – Global Change – Sustainability

Welcome

Our research addresses basic questions about bee ecology, evolution and behavior.  It explores the intricacies of pollinator-floral interactions from animal and plant perspectives.  It seeks to understand the persistence of pollinator populations, pollinator and plant communities and pollination in the context of global change.

PARDON US WHILE WE REBUILD THE SITE!

We’re going to be changing the look and function of the lab website over the next few weeks. We’ll be changing to a format that features ongoing lab news up front with links to publications, awards, and general happenings. Please feel free to view our other pages (Lab Members, Publications, etc) in the mean time.

If you notice any glaring problems with the website, please email John at jmmola@ucdavis.edu

The solitary bee *Habropoda pallida* with the nest parasite *Meloe franciscanus triungulins* on the dorsum. These two species occur in the Mojave Desert.(© L. Saul-Gershenz, All rights reserved 2015)

The solitary bee Habropoda pallida with the nest parasite Meloe franciscanus triungulins on the dorsum. These two species occur in the Mojave Desert. (© L. Saul-Gershenz, All rights reserved 2015)

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