Published research out of the Rehan Lab indicates that the composition of pollen significantly impacts the development and survival of the native small carpenter bee, Ceratina calcarata. Diets containing higher ratios of […]
The Rehan Lab (www.rehanlab.com) is hiring a postdoc to study landscape genomics and microbial ecology of wild bees. The candidates will join a collaborative group of researchers, staff, and students […]
Title: Diverse Diets with Consistent Core Microbiome in Wild Bee Pollen Provisions Across three widespread populations of the small carpenter bee, Ceratina calcarata, microbes present in brood provisions are consistent, […]
New publication by Sandra Rehan and her PhD student, Katherine Odanaka looking at wild bee distribution near forest landscapes. Read the full article here: https://forestecosyst.springeropen.com/articles/10.1186/s40663-020-00241-4
Published today, this new paper studies wild bee communities and populations in apple and blueberry orchards in New Hampshire. Full article here: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/afe.12370
Two members of BEEc, Laurence Packer and Sandra Rehan, were invited to the 2nd Australian Native Bee Conference in Brisbane, Queensland last week (Dec 5-7). The two researchers were welcomed […]
PhD candidate Kathrine Odanaka and Dr. Sandra Rehan publish a paper on the effects of land use changes on the phylogenetic diversity of wild bees. Read more here.
Recent news: BEEc researcher Sandra Rehan (with co-author M. A. Steffen) publishes a new article in Genes, Brain, and Behavior, studying brain gene expression and formation of social hierarchies in the […]