2023 - Research.com Ecology and Evolution in Panama Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Ecology and Evolution in Panama Leader Award
David W. Roubik focuses on Ecology, Pollinator, Apidae, Stingless bee and Botany. His study in Ecology concentrates on Foraging, Euglossini, Nectar, Range and Rainforest. His study with Pollinator involves better knowledge in Pollination.
The Apidae study combines topics in areas such as Eulaema and Euglossa. The Stingless bee study combines topics in areas such as Environmental factor and Pollen basket. His work in the fields of Aculeata, Pollen, Hymenoptera and Robbing overlaps with other areas such as Invertase activity.
His primary areas of study are Ecology, Apidae, Pollinator, Hymenoptera and Zoology. His Ecology study focuses mostly on Foraging, Honey bee, Euglossini, Panama and Nest. His research investigates the connection between Euglossini and topics such as Euglossa that intersect with issues in Eulaema.
His Apidae research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Apoidea and Brood. His research in Pollinator intersects with topics in Agroforestry, Phenology and Nectar. His Hymenoptera study is concerned with the field of Botany as a whole.
David W. Roubik spends much of his time researching Ecology, Apidae, Pollinator, Pollination and Hymenoptera. His Apidae study results in a more complete grasp of Zoology. His Pollinator study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Botany.
His Pollination research integrates issues from Agroforestry, Climate change, Ecosystem and Horticulture. In his research on the topic of Hymenoptera, Evolutionary biology is strongly related with Morphometrics. David W. Roubik combines subjects such as Pollen source, Megalopta genalis and Honey bee with his study of Foraging.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Pollinator, Hymenoptera, Honey Bees and Honey bee. Pollinator is a primary field of his research addressed under Pollination. His work in the fields of Hymenoptera, such as Apidae, overlaps with other areas such as Ethnic group.
His Apidae research incorporates elements of Evolutionary biology and Euglossini. His study looks at the relationship between Foraging and topics such as Megalopta genalis, which overlap with Pollen. His Pollen research includes elements of Tetragonisca angustula and Stingless bee.
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Ecology and natural history of tropical bees
Ecology and natural history of tropical bees. (1989)
Pollen and spores of Barro Colorado Island [Panama].
Pollen and spores of Barro Colorado Island [Panama]. (1991)
Pollen and spores of Barro Colorado Island
Kew Bulletin (1992)
Pollination of cultivated plants in the tropics.
Stingless bee nesting biology
Arthropod diversity in a tropical forest
Global meliponiculture: challenges and opportunities
The value of bees to the coffee harvest
Ups and Downs in Pollinator Populations: When is there a Decline?
Conservation Ecology (2001)
Competitive Interactions Between Neotropical Pollinators and Africanized Honey Bees
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