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No. 366
June 2015

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Carnivorous Plants and Their Pollinators

The week of June 15-21 has been designated as Pollinator Week to mark a necessary step toward addressing the urgent issue of declining pollinator and plant populations. Each year the Pollinator Partnership, along with a wide range of partners (including federal agencies, non-profits, and for-profits), design and distribute an educational pollinator poster to promote Pollinator Week. The posters are one of the most popular outreach material items offered.

This year the 2015 Pollinator Week poster features illustrations of six native carnivorous plants and their pollinators with the theme "They Don't Eat Their Pollinators." Carnivorous plants are well adapted to the environment of nutrient-poor soils by feeding on insects. But how do they attract both pollinator and prey? The poster's website features information about the plants, the pollinators, and the artist's creative process.

They Don't Eat Their Pollinators Included among the illustrations is the two-spotted bumble bee, Bombus bimaculatus, pollinating a white-topped pitcher plant, Sarracenia leucophylla, a threatened carnivorous plant found in seepage areas and savanna bogs of southeastern Mississippi and western Florida. The leaves of the plant take the form of a pitcher. Insects are attracted by the color, scent, and nectar-like secretions on the lip of the pitchers. Inside the pitcher are downward pointing hairs that make retreat by captured prey challenging. The bottom of the pitcher is filled with fluid containing digestive enzymes and bacteria. The flowers, held singly on long stems, reward pollinators with pollen and nectar a month before the plants produce the carnivorous pitchers.

The Pollinator Partnership is the largest non-profit organization in the world dedicated to the protection and promotion of pollinators and their ecosystems. It manages the North American Pollinator Protection Campaign (NAPPC), a consortium of more than 120 affiliated organizations, working to implement, promote and support a clear, continent-wide coordinated action plan to coordinate projects in the areas of pollinator research, education and awareness, conservation and restoration. The National Museum of Natural History (NMNH) has been a partner of NAPPC since its inception in 1999, and NMNH conservation biologist Gary Krupnick serves on the NAPPC Steering Committee. Krupnick led the scientific advisory team in overseeing the production and scientific content of the 2015 Pollinator Week poster.

NMNH and other members of NAPPC will be hosting events at their institutions to mark Pollinator Week. NMNH will feature a variety of public programs including lectures and family friendly activities that will focus on plants and their pollinators during the week of June 15. Be sure to check the 2015 Pollinator Week map and events for the latest information.

Current Literature

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Charlton-Robb, K., Taylor, A., and McKechnie, S. 2015. Population genetic structure of the Burrunan dolphin (Tursiops australis) in coastal waters of south-eastern Australia: conservation implications. Conserv. Genet. 16(1):195-207.

Charrier, A., Correa, C., Castro, C., and Méndez, M.A. 2015. A new species of Alsodes (Anura: Alsodidae) from Altos de Cantillana, central Chile. Zootaxa 3915(4):540-550.

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Clements, T., and Milner-Gulland, E.J. 2015. Impact of payments for environmental services and protected areas on local livelihoods and forest conservation in northern Cambodia. Conserv. Biol. 29(1):78-87.

Cochran-Biederman, J.L., Wyman, K.E., French, W.E., and Loppnow, G.L. 2015. Identifying correlates of success and failure of native freshwater fish reintroductions. Conserv. Biol. 29(1):175-186.

Cope, R.C., Pollett, P.K., Lanyon, J.M., and Seddon, J.M. 2015. Indirect detection of genetic dispersal (movement and breeding events) through pedigree analysis of dugong populations in southern Queensland, Australia. Biol. Conserv. 181:91-101.

Cornwall, C.E., and Eddy, T.D. 2015. Effects of near-future ocean acidification, fishing, and marine protection on a temperate coastal ecosystem. Conserv. Biol. 29(1):207-215.

Crafton, R.E. 2015. Modeling invasion risk for coastal marine species utilizing environmental and transport vector data. Hydrobiologia 746(1):349-362.

Cruz, V.P., Vera, M., Mendonça, F.F., Pardo, B.G., Martinez, P., Oliveira, C., and Foresti, F. 2015. First identification of interspecies hybridization in the freshwater stingrays Potamotrygon motoro and P. falkneri (Myliobatiformes, Potamotrygonidae). Conserv. Genet. 16(1):241-245.

Cumberlidge, N., Klaus, S., Meyer, K.S., and Koppin, J.C. 2015. New collections of freshwater crabs from northern Madagascar, with the description of a new species of Foza Reed & Cumberlidge, 2006 (Brachyura, Potamonautidae), and comments on their conservation status. Eur. J. Taxon. 109:1-15.

Cumming, S.G., Drever, C.R., Houle, M., Cosco, J., Racine, P., Bayne, E., and Schmiegelow, F.K.A. 2015. A gap analysis of tree species representation in the protected areas of the Canadian boreal forest: applying a new assemblage of digital Forest Resource Inventory data. Can. J. Forest Res. 45(2):163-173.

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De Zan, L.R., Battisti, C., and Carpaneto, G.M. 2014. Bird and beetle assemblages in relict beech forests of central Italy: a multi-taxa approach to assess the importance of dead wood in biodiversity conservation. Community Ecol. 15(2):235-245.

Del Fabbro, C., and Prati, D. 2015. The relative importance of immediate allelopathy and allelopathic legacy in invasive plant species. Basic Appl. Ecol. 16(1):28-35.

Del Vecchio, S., Pizzo, L., and Buffa, G. 2015. The response of plant community diversity to alien invasion: evidence from a sand dune time series. Biodivers. Conserv. 24(2):371-392.

Dickie, I.A., St John, M.G., Yeates, G.W., Morse, C.W., Bonner, K.I., Orwin, K., and Peltzer, D.A. 2014. Belowground legacies of Pinus contorta invasion and removal result in multiple mechanisms of invasional meltdown. AoB Plants 6:plu056.

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Doak, D.F., Boor, G.K.H., Bakker, V.J., Morris, W.F., Louthan, A., Morrison, S.A., Stanley, A., and Crowder, L.B. 2015. Recommendations for improving recovery criteria under the US Endangered Species Act. BioScience 65(2):189-199.

Doherty, J.M., and Zedler, J.B. 2015. Increasing substrate heterogeneity as a bet-hedging strategy for restoring wetland vegetation. Restor. Ecol. 23(1):15-25.

Doherty, T.S., Bengsen, A.J., and Davis, R.A. 2014. A critical review of habitat use by feral cats and key directions for future research and management. Wildlife Res. 41(5):435-446.

Domínguez, D., Marín-Armijos, D., and Ruiz, C. 2015. Structure of dung beetle communities in an altitudinal gradient of neotropical dry forest. Neotrop. Entomol. 44(1):40-46.

Dong, S.K., and Sherman, R. 2015. Enhancing the resilience of coupled human and natural systems of alpine rangelands on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. Rangeland J. 37(1):i-iii.

Dorgham, M.M., and Hamdy, R. 2015. The role of alien polychaetes along the Alexandria coast, Egypt. Int. J. Environ. Res. 9(1):141-150.

Downs, C.T., Pfeiffer, M., and Hart, L.A. 2014. Fifteen years of annual Cape Parrot Poicephalus robustus censuses: current population trends and conservation contributions. Ostrich 85(3):273-280.

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Duncan, D.S., Krohn, A.L., Jackson, R.D., and Casler, M.D. 2015. Conservation implications of the introduction history of meadow fescue (Festuca pratensis Huds.) to the Driftless Area of the Upper Mississippi Valley, USA. Plant Ecol. Divers. 8(1):91-99.

Echeverría, C., Smith-Ramírez, C., Aronson, J., and Barrera-Cataño, J.I. 2015. Good news from Latin America and the Caribbean: national and international restoration networks are moving ahead. Restor. Ecol. 23(1):1-3.

Edmands, S. 2015. Blurred lines: scientific and legislative issues surrounding hybrids and conservation. Curr. Zool. 61(1):128-131.

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Sun, R., Zheng, Y., Lei, T., and Cui, G. 2014. An assessment of wetland nature reserves and the protection of China's vertebrate diversity. Anim. Biodivers. Conserv. 37(2):217-225.

Sutcliffe, L.M.E., Batáry, P., Becker, T., Orci, K.M., and Leuschner, C. 2015. Both local and landscape factors determine plant and Orthoptera diversity in the semi-natural grasslands of Transylvania, Romania. Biodivers. Conserv. 24(2):229-245.

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Tepedino, V.J., Durham, S., Cameron, S.A., and Goodell, K. 2015. Documenting bee decline or squandering scarce resources. Conserv. Biol. 29(1):280-282.

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van Klinken, R.D., Panetta, F.D., Coutts, S., and Simon, B.K. 2015. Learning from the past to predict the future: an historical analysis of grass invasions in northern Australia. Biol. Invasions 17(2):565-579.

van Rijn, I., Neeson, T.M., and Mandelik, Y. 2015. Reliability and refinement of the higher taxa approach for bee richness and composition assessments. Ecol. Appl. 25(1):88-98.

Vasudev, D., and Fletcher, R.J. 2015. Incorporating movement behavior into conservation prioritization in fragmented landscapes: an example of western hoolock gibbons in Garo Hills, India. Biol. Conserv. 181:124-132.

Veale, A.J., Gleeson, D.M., and Clout, M.N. 2014. Measuring connectivity of invasive stoat populations to inform conservation management. Wildlife Res. 41(5):395-406.

Vilchis, L.I., Johnson, C.K., Evenson, J.R., Pearson, S.F., Barry, K.L., Davidson, P., Raphael, M.G., and Gaydos, J.K. 2015. Assessing ecological correlates of marine bird declines to inform marine conservation. Conserv. Biol. 29(1):154-163.

Villéger, S., Blanchet, S., Beauchard, O., Oberdorff, T., and Brosse, S. 2015. From current distinctiveness to future homogenization of the world's freshwater fish faunas. Divers. Distrib. 21(2):223-235.

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Walsh, J.C., Dicks, L.V., and Sutherland, W.J. 2015. The effect of scientific evidence on conservation practitioners' management decisions. Conserv. Biol. 29(1):88-98.

Watson, F.G.R., Becker, M.S., Milanzi, J., and Nyirenda, M. 2015. Human encroachment into protected area networks in Zambia: implications for large carnivore conservation. Reg. Environ. Change 15(2):415-429.

Wee, A.K.S., Low, S.Y., and Webb, E.L. 2015. Pollen limitation affects reproductive outcome in the bird-pollinated mangrove Bruguiera gymnorrhiza (Lam.) in a highly urbanized environment. Aquat. Bot. 120:240-243.

Werenkraut, V., Fergnani, P.N., and Ruggiero, A. 2015. Ants at the edge: a sharp forest-steppe boundary influences the taxonomic and functional organization of ant species assemblages along elevational gradients in northwestern Patagonia (Argentina). Biodivers. Conserv. 24(2):287-308.

White, P.J.C., Warren, P., and Baines, D. 2015. Habitat use by Black Grouse Tetrao tetrix in a mixed moorland-forest landscape in Scotland and implications for a national afforestation strategy. Bird Study 62(1):1-13.

Whittington, J., Heuer, K., Hunt, B., Hebblewhite, M., and Lukacs, P.M. 2015. Estimating occupancy using spatially and temporally replicated snow surveys. Anim. Conserv. 18(1):92-101.

Wilcox, C., Heathcote, G., Goldberg, J., Gunn, R., Peel, D., and Hardesty, B.D. 2015. Understanding the sources and effects of abandoned, lost, and discarded fishing gear on marine turtles in northern Australia. Conserv. Biol. 29(1):198-206.

Williams, J.L., Pierce, S.J., Fuentes, M.M.P.B., and Hamann, M. 2015. Effectiveness of recreational divers for monitoring sea turtle populations. Endang. Species Res. 26(3):209-219.

Williams, S.J., and Gordon, H.L. 2015. Paradigms and progress in conservation science. Conserv. Biol. 29(1):3-4.

Wittmann, M.E., Cooke, R.M., Rothlisberger, J.D., Rutherford, E.S., Zhang, H., Mason, D.M., and Lodge, D.M. 2015. Use of structured expert judgment to forecast invasions by bighead and silver carp in Lake Erie. Conserv. Biol. 29(1):187-197.

Wolf, S., Hartl, B., Carroll, C., Neel, M.C., and Greenwald, D.N. 2015. Beyond PVA: why recovery under the Endangered Species Act is more than population viability. BioScience 65(2):200-207.

Yamashita, S., Hattori, T., Lee, S.S., and Okabe, K. 2015. Estimating the diversity of wood-decaying polypores in tropical lowland rain forests in Malaysia: the effect of sampling strategy. Biodivers. Conserv. 24(2):393-406.

Yelenik, S.G., DiManno, N., and D'Antonio, C.M. 2015. Evaluating nurse plants for restoring native woody species to degraded subtropical woodlands. Ecol. Evol. 5(2):300-313.

Young, H.S., Maxwell, S.M., Conners, M.G., and Shaffer, S.A. 2015. Pelagic marine protected areas protect foraging habitat for multiple breeding seabirds in the central Pacific. Biol. Conserv. 181:226-235.

Young, L., and Schlesinger, C. 2014. Habitat use and behaviour of birds in areas invaded by buffel grass (Cenchrus ciliaris L.) and in restored habitat. Wildlife Res. 41(5):379-394.

Zhang, Z.J., Yan, Y.J., Tian, Y., Li, J.S., He, J.S., and Tang, Z.Y. 2015. Distribution and conservation of orchid species richness in China. Biol. Conserv. 181:64-72.

Zheng, G., Li, S.Q., and Yang, X.D. 2015. Spider diversity in canopies of Xishuangbanna rainforest (China) indicates an alarming juggernaut effect of rubber plantations. Forest Ecol. Manag. 338:200-207.

Zhong, L.S., Buckley, R.C., Wardle, C., and Wang, L.G. 2015. Environmental and visitor management in a thousand protected areas in China. Biol. Conserv. 181:219-225.

Zhou, Y., Liu, X.J., Liu, B.J., Liu, P., Wang, F., Zhang, X.M., and Yang, H.S. 2015. Unusual pattern in characteristics of the eelgrass Zostera marina L. in a shallow lagoon (Swan Lake), north China: implications on the importance of seagrass conservation. Aquat. Bot. 120:178-184.

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