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Two insects are sitting on a flower.
Photo: Johanna Yourstone
 
Programme
Thursday 24 October
16.00-18.00   Registration and check-in
18.00-19.00   Supper
1st session (chair: Magne Friberg)
19.00–19.05 Organizers Welcome
19.05–19.15 J Poll Ecol/Nord J Bot Special issue information
19.15–19.30 Yannick Klomber O.01 The role of floral traits as predictor of pollinators along elevation and season on Mount Cameroon
19.30–19.45 Elżbieta Rożej-Pabijan O.02 Impact of invasive Rosa rugosa on pollinator species composition of coastal sand dunes
19.45–20.00 Theodora Petanidou O.03 Some things we know about the bees of the Aegean Archipelago
20.00–20.15 Comfort break
20.15–20.30 Saskia Klumpers O.04 The role of bee diversity for size-specific interaction patterns in grasslands of South Africa
20.30–20.45 Ainhoa Magrach O.05 Understanding the functional role of migratory hummingbirds in plant-hummingbird interactions along a latitudinal gradient
20.45–21.00 Rocio Perez-Barrales O.06 Does different pollinator preference solve reproductive conflicts between co-flowering species?
21.05– Networking/socialising/sauna
Friday 25 October
07.00-09.00 Breakfast/sauna
2nd session (chair: Ola Olsson)
09.00-09.45 Rachael Winfree K.01 Bee conservation in the eastern USA
09.45-09.50 Short break
09.50-10.05 Björn Klatt O.07 Extreme weather causes unexpected provision of pollination services
10.05-10.10 Irene Bottero F.08 Influence of floral resources availability on pollinator abundance in Irish farmland
10.10-10.15 Julie Weissmann F.09 Urban pollinators - Solitary bees in Freising 1
10.15-10.45 Coffee break
3rd session (chair: Nina Sletvold)
10.45-11.00 Maria Gabriela Gutierrez de Camargo O.10 Why be equal? Ecological relationships between co-occurrent species with similar floral display
11.00-11.15 Alison Scott-Brown O.11 Linking soil environment to insect-plant mutualisms in a temperate, nitrophilous tree species
11.15-11.30 Casper van der Kooi O.12 Spectral tuning of flower coloration to pollinator vision
11.30-11.45 Alexander de Gouveia O.13 Sunbirds of a feather: Pollinator partitioning within the morphologically diverse Cotyledon orbiculata L. complex (Crassulaceae) in South Africa
11.45-11.50 Amy Parachnowitsch F.14 Natural selection on floral traits of two Penstemon species
11.50-11.55 Nina Joffard F.15 Floral trait differentiation in the Anacamptis coriophora group: phenotypic selection on scents, but not on colour
11.55-12.00 Jeff Ollerton F.16 Butterflies, bumblebees and hoverflies are equally effective as pollinators of Knautia arvensis (Caprifoliaceae), a generalist plant species with compound inflorescences
12.00-13.15 Lunch
4th session (chair: Amy Parachnowitsch
13.15-13-30 Agnes Dellinger O.17 Bees are inefficient pollinators in cloud forests - investigating pollinator shifts in Merianieae
13.30-13.45 Jurene Kemp O.18 Poricidal anthers as pollen dispensers
13.45-14.00 Sara Leonhardt O.19 Pollination from the bees’ perspective: do bees use nutritional cues to select pollen?
14.00-14.15 Jeffrey D W Karron O.20 Pollinatio, paternity and mating portfolios in a hermaphroditic plant
14.15-14.20 Marie V Henriksen F.21 Plant-pollinator interactions in cultural landscapes during urbanisation
14.20-14.25 Dara Stanley F.22 The importance of native honeybees in wild plant communities; the case of a South African biodiversity hotspot
14.25-14.30 Maria Blasi Romero F.23 Evaluating the predictive performance of models explaining pollinator abundance in mass-flowering crops
14.30-16.15 Poster-session with coffee and cake P.01-P.53  
5th session (chair: Øystein Opedal)
16.15-16.30 Johan Ekroos O.24 High land--use intensity in grasslands constrains wild bee species richness in Europe
16.30-16.45 Maxime Eeraerts O.25 Honey bees vs non-Apis bees: pollination performance and response to bee abundance in sweet cherry orchards
16.45-17.00 Pawel Kolano O.26 Investigating the effects of the neonicotinoid pesticide clothianidin on bumblebee foraging using an automated monitoring system
17.00-17.15 Nigel Raine O.27 Assessing the risks and impacts of exposure to systemic insecticides for solitary, ground-nesting squash bees
17.15-17.30 Henrik Smith O.28 Scale-dependent mitigation of pollination loss  
18.00-19.30 Supper
6th session (chair: Karin Gross)
19.30-19.45 Stefan Dötterl O.29 VIP guests on flower scent parties at night: more than just moths and bats
19.45-20.00 Salena Helmreich O.30 Hearing insects with light
20.00-20.15 Jonas Kuppler O.31 Do plants eavesdrop on floral volatiles? Plant-plant communication beyond herbivore-induced volatiles
20.15–late Networking/socialising/sauna
Saturday 26 October
07.00–09.00 Breakfast/sauna
7th session (chair: Åsa Lankinen)
09.00–09.45 Sharon Strauss K.02 Reproductive interference rather than resource competition as a force determining local coexistence
09.45–09.50 Short break
09.50–10.05 James Thomson O.32 What makes a good year for fruit set in an early-flowering lily?
10.05–10.10 Graciela Rusch F.33 Resource use among bumblebees and honeybees across spatial and temporal scales in Norway.
10.10–10.15 Judit Linka F.34 Pollination by intoxication – how alkaloids influence bumblebees’ pollinating behaviour
10.15–10.45 Coffee break
8th session (chair: Jon Ågren)
10.45–11.00 Sarah Arnold O.35 Looking up for bees: pollination in smallholder legume crops, and the importance of trees in field margins
11.00–11.15 Chloé Raderschall O.36 Diversified farming systems at field- and landscape scales for pollination in faba beans
11.15–11.30 Lisette van Kolfschoten O.37 Grassland management for meadow birds in the Netherlands is unfavourable for pollinators
11.30–11.45 Michelle Larkin O.38 Does management at a local or landscape scale impact pollinator communities in semi-natural grasslands?
11.45–12.00 Elisa Rigosi O.39 The cholinergic pesticide imidacloprid impairs motion-sensitive neurons in the pollinator fly Eristalis
12.00–13.00 Lunch
13.00-14.30 Excursion
9th session (chair: Lina Herbertsson)
14.40–14.55 Philipp Wolfgang Eckerter O.40 Influence of spatio-temporal pollen availability on pollinators and their function in agricultural landscapes
14.55–15.00 Elena Zioga F.41 Pesticide residues in nectar and pollen collected from plants: A preview.
15.00–15.05 Knut Hessen F.42 The distribution of insect pollinators in an oil palm plantation
15.05–15.10 Marcos Méndez F.43 Is floral longevity depending on flower size, climate or phylogeny?
15.10–15.15 Veronica Hederström F.44 Combined effects of pollen viability and pollinator efficiency on seed set in red clover cultivars
15.15–14.45 Coffee break
10th session (chair: Marcos Méndez)
15.45–16.00 Kate Gallagher O.45 Testing the role of floral neighborhood density and phenology on floral trait evolution
16.00–16.15 Shuxuan Jing O.46 Different pollination approaches to compare seed set of diploid and tetraploid red clover (Trifolium pratense L.)
16.15–16.30 Jakub Štenc O.47 Changes in pollinator behaviour under different plant spatial aggregation
16.30–16.45 Oz Barazani O.48 The ecological significance of phenotypic differentiation in floral attraction traits in populations of Eruca sativa in Israel
16.45–17.00 Lilach Hadany O.49 Flowers respond to pollinator sound within minutes by increasing nectar sugar concentration
17.00–17.15 Comfort break
11th session (chair: Jane Stout)
17.15–17.30 Christopher Mackin O.50 Pollinator mediated evolution of floral traits in Digitalis purpurea after range expansion
17.30–17.45 Anina Knauer O.51 Pollinator behavior and resource limitation maintain honest floral signalling
17.45–18.00 Eva Gfrerer O.52 Phenotypic selection on floral scent in deceptive Arum maculatum
18.00–18.15 Katherine Burns O.53 Don't forget about the flies! Public perceptions around pollinator conservation in Ireland
18.15–18.30 Yuval Sapir O.54 Pollinator preference for intermediate floral size in a night-sheltering pollination system is and its association with heat reward
18.30–19.30 Getting ready…
19.30–21.30 Conference dinner
21.30–22.30 Entertainment
22.30–late The bar is open…
Sunday 27 October
07.00–09.45 Breakfast
10.00–11.00 SCAPE discussion, social media group, etc.
11.00– Check out

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Magne Friberg
Lina Herbertsson
Åsa Lankinen
Ola Olsson
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