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Migratory Pollinators Program

Publications Supported by the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum's Migratory Pollinators Program (1998 -2001). Literature Cited is listed separately.

** = Refereed publications.
ASDM = Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Tucson, Arizona.

**Allen-Wardell, G., P. Bernhardt, R. Bitner, A. Burquez, S. Buchmann, J. Cane, P.A. Cox, V. Dalton, P. Feinsinger, M. Ingram, D. Inouye, C. E. Jones, K. Kennedy, P. Kevan, H. Koopowitz, R. Medellin, S. Medellin-Morales, G. P. Nabhan. 1998. The potential consequences of pollinator declines on the conservation of biodiversity and stability of food crop yields. Conservation Biology 12(1): 8-17.

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. 1999. Migratory Pollinators and Their Corridors/Polinizadores Migratorios y sus Corredores. Conservation and Science Department, ASDM. 16 pp.

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. 1999. Colibries en tus Jardines. Conservation and Science Department, ASDM. 4 pp.

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. 2000. Migratory Pollinators and Their Corridors/Polinzadores Migratorios y sus Corredores- Brochures. Conservation and Science Department, ASDM. 10 pp.

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. 2000. Los Murcielagos Migratorios: Los Viajes Por La Vida. ASDM. 7 pp.

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. 2000. Migrating the Distance. Supplement, Desert Trek Outreach Program, ASDM. 18 pp.

**Brower, L. P. and R. M. Pyle. In press. The interchange of migratory monarchs between Mexico and the western United States, and the importance of floral corridors to the Fall and Spring migrations. In G. Nabhan (ed.), Conservation of Migratory Pollinators and their Nectar Corridors in North America. Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Natural History of the Sonoran Desert Region, No. 2. University of Arizona Press, Tucson, Arizona.

**Calder, W. A. 1999. Hummingbird migrants in Rocky Mountain meadows. Chapter 10 in, K. P. Able (ed.), A Gathering of Angels: conservation of Migrating Birds. Cornell Univ. Press.

**Calder, W. A. In press. Rufous and broad-tailed hummingbirds: pollination, migration, and population biology. In G. Nabhan (ed.), Conservation of Migratory Pollinators and their Nectar Corridors in North America. Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Natural History of the Sonoran Desert Region, No. 2. University of Arizona Press, Tucson, Arizona.

Carmondy, S. P. 1999. Triggers of floral anthesis of plants of the Sonoran Desert. Report to the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Tucson.

Castillo Gámez, R. A. 2001. Polinizadores migratorios fenologia de plantas visitadas por colibries en el area de Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico. DICTUS, Universidad de Sonora. 21 pp.

**Fleming, T. H. 2000. Pollination of Sonoran Desert cacti. American Scientist 88: 432-440.

Fleming, T.H. 2001. Bats and columnar cacti: coevolutionary partners. Pp. 780-781 in D. MacDonald (ed.), Encyclopedia of Mammals, Vol. 2. Andromeda Press, London.

Fleming, T. H. 2002. Chasing El Duende: the Adventures of a Batman. University of California Press.

**Fleming, T. In press. Spatio-temporal variation in the interaction between four species of Sonoran Desert columnar cacti and their pollinators. Ecological Monographs.

**Fleming, T. In Press. Nectar corridors: migration and the annual cycle of lesser long-nosed bats. In G. Nabhan (ed.), Conservation of Migratory Pollinators and their Nectar Corridors in North America. Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Natural History of the Sonoran Desert Region, No. 2. University of Arizona Press, Tucson, Arizona.

**Fleming, T. and P. Eby. In press. The ecology of bat migration. In, T. Kunz and M. B. Fenton (eds.), Bat Ecology. University Chicago Press, Chicago.

**Fleming, T. H. and J. Nassar. In press. The population biology of a nectar feeding bat, Leptonycteris curasoae, in Mexico and northern South America. In, T. H. Fleming and A. Valiente-Banuet (eds.), Columnar Cacti and their Mutualists: Evolution, Ecology, and Conservation. University Arizona Press, Tucson, Arizona.

**Fleming, T. H., C. T. Sahley, J. N. Holland, J. D. Nason, and J. L. Hamrick. 2001. Sonoran Desert columnar cacti and the evolution of generalized pollination systems. Ecological Monographs 71: 511-530.

Fleming, T. H., T. Tibbetts, Y. Petryszyn and V. Dalton. In press. Current status of pollinating bats in the southwestern United States. In, T. O'Shea and M. Bogan (eds.), Monitoring Bat Populations in the United States. USGS, Washington, D.C.

**Fleming, T. H., and A. Valiente-Banuet (eds). 2002. Columnar Cacti and Their Mutualists: Evolution, Ecology, and Conservation. University of Arizona Press.

**Holland, J. N., and T. H. Fleming. 1999. Mutualistic interactions between Upiga virescens (Pyralidae), a pollination seed-consumer, and Lophocereus schottii (Cactaceae). Ecology 80: 2074-2084.

**Holland, J. N., and T. H. Fleming. 1999. Geographic and population variation in mutualistic interactions between senita cacti (Lophocereus schottii) and senita moths (Upiga virescens). Oecologia 121: 405-410.

Hutchison, K. 2001. Kiss of the Hummingbird. Juneau Empire, Sunday, June 17, 2001. Juneau, Alaska.

Inouye, D. W., B. Barr, K. B. Armitage, and B. D. Inouye. In Press. Climate change is affecting altitudinal migrations and hibernating species. In G. Nabhan (ed.), Conservation of Migratory Pollinators and their Nectar Corridors in North America. Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Natural History of the Sonoran Desert Region, No. 2. University of Arizona Press, Tucson, Arizona.

IMADES/ASDM. 2001. Polinizadores migratorios en Alamos. IMADES and the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum, Tucson, Arizona. 4 pp.

Jaffe, M. 2001. The glorious Sonoran. Sunset Magazine, January, 2001, pp. 66-73.

Martínez del Rio, C. 2001. Travels and tribulations of two migrant pollinators: long-nosed bats & white-winged doves. Wild Earth 11(2): 14-21.

**Martínez del Rio, C., B. O. Wolf and R. A. Haughey. In Press. Saguaros and white-winged doves: the natural history of an uneasy partnership. In G. Nabhan (ed.), Conservation of Migratory Pollinators and Their Nectar Corridors in North America. Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Natural History of the Sonoran Desert Region, No. 2. University of Arizona Press, Tucson, Arizona.

**Medellín, R. A., J. Guillermo Téllez and J. Arroyo. In Press. Conservation through research and education: an example of collaborative integral actions for migratory bats. In G. Nabhan (ed.), Conservation of Migratory Pollinators and Their Nectar Corridors in North America. Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Natural History of the Sonoran Desert Region, No. 2. University of Arizona Press, Tucson, Arizona.

Nabhan, G. P. 1999. The killing fields: Monarchs and transgenic corn. Wild Earth 9(40): 49-52.

Nabhan, G. P. 1999. Cultivating lasting relationships. Wild Garden, Winter 1999, pg. 102.

**Nabhan, G. P. 2001. Nectar trails of migrating pollinators: Restoring corridors on private lands. Conservation Biology in Practice 2(1): 21-27.

Nabhan, G. P. 2001. On the nectar trail. Audubon Magazine, March/April, 2001, pp. 80-84.

**Nabhan, G. P., (ed.). In Press. Conservation of Migratory Pollinators and Their Nectar Corridors in North America. Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Natural History of the Sonoran Desert Region, No. 2. University of Arizona Press, Tucson, Arizona.

**Nabhan, G. P. (ed.). In Press. Stresses on pollinators during migration: is nectar availability at stopovers the weak link in plant-pollinator conservation? In G. Nabhan, Conservation of Migratory Pollinators and their Nectar Corridors in North America. Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Natural History of the Sonoran Desert Region, No. 2. University of Arizona Press, Tucson, Arizona.

Nabhan, G. P. and J. Donovan. 2000. Nectar trails for pollinators: designing corridors for conservation. Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Technical Series, No. 4. Tucson, Arizona.

Navarro, L. and J. Sebastián. 2000. Flowers for Lucia, the Bat. Bat Conservation International, Austin, TX.

Reina, G., A. L., T. R. Van Devender, W. Trauba and A. Búrquez M. 1999. Caminos de Yécora. Notes on the vegetation and flora of Yécora, Sonora. Pp. 137-144 in, D. Vasquez del Castillo, M. Ortega N., C. A. Yocupicio C. (eds.), Memorias II Simposium Internacional Sobre la Utilización y Aprovechamiento de la Flora Silvestre de Zonas Aridas. Universidad de Sonora, Hermosillo.

**Solis Calderon R. In Press. Monarchs in Mexico: Protection of corridors and hibernation sties. In, G. Nabhan, Conservation of Migratory Pollinators and their Nectar Corridors in North America. Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Natural History of the Sonoran Desert Region, No. 2. University of Arizona Press, Tucson, Arizona.

Schwartz, D. M. 2000. Birds, bees and even nectar-feeding bats do it. Smithsonian Magazine, 31(1): 58-71.

Van Devender, T. R., K. Krebbs, A. L. Reina-Guerrero, M. Stephen, S. M. Russell, R. Russell and W. A. Calder. 2000. Hummingbird plants in east-central Sonora, Mexico. Pp. 203-208 in, Memorias II Simposium Internacional Sobre la Utilización y Aprovechamiento de la Flora Silvestre de Zonas Aridas.

**Van Devender, T. R., W. A. Calder, K. Krebbs, A. L. Reina G., S. M. Russell and R. O. Russell. In Press. Hummingbird plants and potential nectar corridors for the rufous hummingbird in Sonora, Mexico. In G. Nabhan (ed.), Conservation of Migratory Pollinators and their Nectar Corridors in North America. Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Natural History of the Sonoran Desert Region, No. 2. University of Arizona Press, Tucson, Arizona.

Withgott, J. 1999. Pollination migrates to top of conservation agenda. BioScience 49(11): 857-862.

Wolf, B. O., C. M. Del Rio, J. Babson. 2002. Stable isotopes reveal that saguaro fruit provides different resources to two desert dove species. Ecology 83(5): 1286-1293.

**Wolf, B. O. and C. Martínez del Rio. 2000. Use of saguaro fruit by white-winged doves: Isotopic evidence of a tight ecological association. Oecologia 124: 536-543.

**Wolf, B. O. and C. Martínez del Rio. 2001. Saguaros, doves, and isotopes: differential water and carbon acquisition by animals feeding on a single resource. Ecology (in press) (Featured report)

Wong, D. A. 2001. Polinizadores naturales - en busca de su conservación ecológia. El Imparcial, 26 August 2001, pp. 1-2M. Hermosillo, Sonora.

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