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Complete Index to the Aussie Bee Back Issue Collection

Issues 1–18

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The following index shows the issue number of Aussie Bee Bulletin, followed by the page number in brackets.  References in bold are major articles on particular bees.

Australian Native Bees
Introduction
Native Bee Species Overview. 1(2)
Native Bee Families Overview.  18(6)
Victorian Native Bees Overview.  15(22)
Worldwide Perspective. 10(13) 

Stingless Social Bees
(Members of Family Apidae)
Austroplebeia australis. 3(4), 3(14), 4(6), 11(7), 17(24)
Austroplebeia essingtoni.  5(20), 7(6)
Austroplebeia percincta.  1(7), 18(16)
Austroplebeia symei.  4(6), 5(14), 6(8)
Tetragonula carbonaria (previously called Trigona carbonaria*).  1(1), 1(4),1(14), 2(14), 2(15), 4(7), 4(12), 8(22), 10(19), 10(21), 11(20), 11(23), 12(8), 12(17), 12(18), 13(14), 14(13), 15(16), 17(22), 18(24)

Tetragonula clypearis (previously called Trigona clypearis*).  1(12), 2(12), 4(4), 9(14), 10(24), 16(24), 17(8)
Tetragonula hockingsi (previously called Trigona hockingsi*).  2(4), 2(12), 4(7), 9(14), 12(18), 15(8), 18(24)
Tetragonula mellipes (previously called Trigona mellipes*).  3(13), 4(7)
Tetragonula sapiens (previously called Trigona sapiens*).  16(22), 17(8)
*: Why has their name been changed?

Solitary & Semi-Social Bees
(a) Family Apidae (continued)
Amegilla paraclava.  11(5), 12(5)
Blue Banded Bees (Amegilla).  1(2), 2(1), 2(2), 5(24), 6(7), 6(12), 6(14), 9(22), 9(23), 12(16), 13(22), 17(20)
Cuckoo Bees (Thyreus). 9(22), 10(1), 10(4)
Dawson’s Burrowing Bees (Amegilla dawsoni). 11(1), 11(4), 12(1), 12(4), 12(17)
Great Carpenter Bees (Xylocopa). 3(10), 3(11), 6(7), 8(1), 8(4), 8(6), 10(23), 11(9), 12(17)
Metallic Carpenter Bees (Xylocopa(Lestis)).  3(1),3(2), 3(10), 3(11), 4(24), 6(7), 8(6), 9(23), 11(14), 12(17), 13(22)
Reed Bees (Exoneura, Braunsapis).  6(1), 6(4), 9(23)
Teddy Bear Bees (Amegilla (Asaropoda)).  6(7), 6(12), 7(1), 7(4), 7(22), 9(23), 12(16), 17(23)

(b) Family Megachilidae
Leafcutter Bees (Megachile).  9(1), 9(4),  9(6), 9(8), 9(23), 12(24), 13(22), 16(11)
Resin Bees  (Megachile, formerly Chalicodoma).  5(1), 5(4),10(23)

(c) Family Halictidae
Green and Gold Nomia Bees (Lipotriches australica, formerly Nomia).16(1), 16(4)
Homalictus.  16(11), 17(1), 17(4), 17(7)
Lasioglossum.  18(22)

(d) Family Colletidae
Banksia Bees (Hylaeus alcyoneus). 18(1), 18(4)
Euryglossine Bees.  4(2), 16(11)
Feathery Leioproctus Bees (Leioproctus plumosus).  15(1), 15(4)
Hylaeus.  9(16), 16(10), 16(11), 18(4)
Persoonia Bees (Leioproctus).  4(13)
Yellow-spotted Masked Bees (Hylaeus nubilosus, Amphylaeus morosus &similar species).  14(1), 14(4), 14(10), 16(10), 16(11)
Wasp-mimic Bees (Hyleoides). 13(1), 13(4), 13(22)
World’s Smallest Bees (Quasihesma).  4(1), 4(2)

(e) Family Stenotritidae 
General Description.  12(6)

Technical Features
Eyes of a Bee.  5(12), 7(13)
Front Legs of a Bee.  3(16)
Hind Legs & Feet of a Bee.  4(8)
Identifying Bees, Wasps and Flies.  1(11)
Marking & Tracking Bees.  13(13), 14(12)
Stingless Bee Communication.  14(13)
Wings of a Bee.  2(11)

Wildflower Pollinators
Bee’s Eye View of Wildflowers.  5(13)
Buzz Pollination of Wildflowers.  3(11), 8(5), 11(12), 12(16), 14(10)
Dendrobium monophyllum & Trigona.  2(15)
Dendrobium Orchids &Hylaeus.  9(16)
Melastoma affine & Carpenter Bees.  3(11)
Native Bees on WA Wildflowers (Book Review).  15(15)
Persoonia & Leioproctus.  4(13)
Senna acclinis & bees from Amphylaeus, Hylaeus & Lasioglossum.  14(10)
Trigona Fossils 80 Million Years Old. 7(10)

Crop Pollination
Avocado & Stingless Bees.  15(20)
Buzz Pollination of Crop Flowers.  3(10), 11(12), 12(16), 17(20)
Cardamom &Amegilla.  6(12)
Capsicums &Tetragonula.  10(9), 12(8), 13(15)
Crop Pollination Advice.  10(10)
Garlic Chives & Trigona.  6(13)
How Does Crop Pollination Occur?  6(13)
How Do Trigona Select Flowers?  13(14)
Lucerne & Leafcutter Bees.  9(6)
Macadamia & Stingless Bees.  7(8)
Mangos & Flies or Stingless Bees?  11(11)
Passionfruit & Carpenter Bees.  8(6)
Pollination inside Greenhouses.  10(9), 12(8), 13(15), 15(16), 17(20)
Tomatoes & Blue Banded Bees.  17(20)
Tomatoes & Lestis Bees.  3(10)
Tetragonula Experiments in Japan.  15(16)

Nest Rescues
Rescue Stories.  2(16), 4(12), 6(24), 7(24), 8(24), 9(24), 10(22), 12(20), 13(12), 13(24), 14(22), 16(24)
Rescue Tips.  10(20), 10(21), 12(20)

Keeping Stingless Bees
Ant Control.  5(25)
Boxing Methods (Austroplebeia symei).  5(14), 6(8)
Boxing Methods (Tetragonula carbonaria*).  4(12), 5(23), 6(22), 7(24), 8(22), 9(9), 10(21), 12(20), 13(12), 15(16), 16(18), 17(23), 18(12)
Boxing Methods (Tetragonula clypearis*).  17(8)
Hive Orientation.  9(9)
Hive Ventilation.  17(23)
Finding Nests.  10(20)
Future Developments.  11(23), 18(14)
Honey Harvesting.  8(23), 16(19)
Honey Marketing.  6(10)
Monitoring Hive Weight.  15(7)
Natural Nest Division.  9(12)
Queen Bee Mating.  11(7)
Predatory Fly Control. 5(23), 13(12), 17(23)
Stingless Beekeeping in Vietnam.  7(9)
Strengthening Hives.  10(21), 11(23), 12(20), 17(24)
Swarms: List of Different Types. 18(15)
Swarms: Successful Boxing of Austroplebeia swarm. 10(8)
Torelliana/Cadagi Resin Problem.  18(24)
Tetragonula*  Sharing Nest Cavity with Apis. 11(22), 12(22)
(*: Previously called Trigona - Why has their name been changed?)

Predators & Parasites
Cuckoo Bees.  7(5), 9(22), 10(1), 10(4)
Flies.  5(23), 17(22)
Parasitic Wasps.  5(5), 5(7), 9(5), 15(5)

Exotic Bees
Bumble Bees (Bombus terrestris).  3(10), 5(7), 6(6), 8(5), 8(9), 11(9), 13(8), 13(10), 17(19)
Bumble Bees (Bombus vosnesenskii).  11(9), 13(11)
Canadian Leafcutter Bees (Megachile rotundata).  5(6), 9(8), 16(20)vCommercial Honey Bees (Apis mellifera).  5(6), 6(7), 6(11), 7(8), 7(9), 8(6),11(22), 12(8), 12(16), 12(22), 12(23), 18(15)
South African Carder Bees (Afranthidium repetitum). 14(7)

ANBRC News Updates
Aussie Bee Online Launch.  18(8)
Aussie Bee Winter Residence.  2(7), 3(6)
Australian Bees in World Review.  11(8)
Blue Banded Bees in Mudbricks.  6(14)
Field Guide to Native Bees.  10(12), 11(8), 13(7), 14(14), 17(15)vField Guide Wins Whitley Award.  18(7)
International Bee Res Assoc Listing.  6(19)
Seminars, Honey Tastings, Shows.  3(7), 5(11), 14(23)
Share Our Vision: Native Bees Back to Urban Australia.  5(8)
Trigona Scientific Paper.  5(10)
Trip Report: Central Australia 1996.  1(7)
Trip Report: Queensland 1998.  8(10)
Trip Report: Queensland 2001.  18(10)
Trip Report: Victoria 2001.  16(7), 16(10)
Website Colour Photos.  17(15)

ANBRC Research Surveys
Australia’s Strangest Native Bee Nests.  11(24), 12(24), 16(24)
Plants Loved by Native Bees.  2(19), 3(19), 4(23), 5(26), 6(20), 9(23)
Stingless Beekeeping Survey (Australia’s First ) 1999.  8(8), 9(10), 10(6)
Stingless Beekeeping Survey 2000.  12(7), 13(7)
Stingless Bee Swarm Survey.  18(15)
Winter/Spring/Summer Research Surveys. 2(20), 3(19), 4(22), 5(26)

On Native Bee Safari
1983.  Cape York, Qld.  1(12), 2(12)
1985.  Kimberleys, WA.  3(12)
1985.  Aboriginal Bee Farms, NT.  4(14)
1987.  Arnhem Land, NT.  5(20)
1987.  Gulf of Carpentaria, NT/Qld.  7(14)
1989.  Somerset, Qld & Japan.  10(14), 11(20), 12(18)
1990.  Croydon, Qld.  13(20)
1990.  Cape York, Qld. 14(20), 15(8), 16(22)
1996. Central Australia, NT.  18(16)
1998.  Cape York, Qld.  8(14), 9(14)

Out of the Past
Fabricius, Johann Christian.(1st Book on Australian Bees, 1775).  13(22)
Hockings, Harold.  Stingless Bees in 1883. 1(14), 2(14), 3(14)
Rayment, Tarlton.  4(16). 7(20), 17(16), 18(19), 18(22)

Aboriginals & Native Bees
Hunting and Harvesting.  3(12), 4(14), 15(8), 15(10)
Stories and Art. 15(10), 16(15)
Use of Honey and Resins.  16(15)

Miscellaneous
Australian Native Apis  Report.  15(24)
Bee Watching Methods. 5(27), 11(19), 11(24)
BHP Re-establishing Bee Nests.  6(24)
Gardening Australia (ABC TV).  12(12)
Stingless Beekeeping on Video.  10(19)
Native Bees in Classrooms.  14(8),17(23)
Native Bees in Tourist Resort.  10(24)
New Zealand’s Buzzy Bee.  8(16)
Stingless Bee Carved in Stone.  11(10)


Main Contributors to Aussie Bee Bulletin

Adams, Ernest.  3(18), 4(21), 8(4)
Alcock, Dr John, Arizona State Uni.  11(4), 12(4), 18(4)
Alsop, Amber, Uni of Sydney.  2(6), 4(7)
Amano, Dr Kazuhiro, NIAI, Japan.  8(11), 15(16)
Anderson, Dr Denis, CSIRO.  5(6), 9(8), 11(11), 16(20)
Ayala, Dr Ricardo, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico.  11(8)
Banks, Sir Joseph. 2(2), 3(2), 13(4), 13(22)
Barrett, Peter.  5(22), 15(11)
Bartareau, Tad,  James Cook Uni.  2(15), 8(13), 9(16), 14(12), 14(13)
Bates, Colin, Molly & Danny. 1(16), 8(7), 8(10)
Batley, Michael & Robyn, Macquarie Uni.  10(12), 11(14), 14(5), 14(15), 15(5), 17(5), 18(1), 18(4)
Bell, Melissa, UWS- Hawkesbury.  17(20)
Bennett, Tricia. 12(6)
Brassington, Gary, BHP.  6(24), 8(12)
Buchmann, Dr Steve, Carl Hayden Bee Res Ctr, Arizona.  11(12), 12(16)
Burwell, Dr Chris, Qld Museum. 14(7)
Buttermore, Dr Roger, Tas Mus & Art Gallery. 13(9), 17(19)
Cardale, Jo, Australian National Insect Collection.  2(3), 7(4), 10(4)
Carter, Tom & Coral.  5(14), 5(25), 6(8), 8(10), 9(12), 10(10)
Craig, Athol & Skaidra.  8(10), 16(24)
Davenport, Peter & Meg.  9(10), 10(8), 12(24), 13(12), 18(10), 18(15)
Dollin, Dr Anne,  ANBRC. 1(7), 5(8), 7(12) (& many feature articles)
Dollin, Les, ANBRC.  1(6), 5(8), 7(12) (& the On Native Bee Safari series)
Drumond, Dr Patricia, Uni of Sydney.  2(6), 4(6), 11(7)
Dyer, Adrian, Monash Uni.  5(13)
Exley, Dr Elizabeth, Uni of Qld.  4(2)
Fabricius, Johann Christian.  3(4), 13(22)
Faulkner, Dr Brian.  3(6), 6(6), 6(14), 10(12), 11(9), 13(10), 14(15)
Forno, Dr Wendy, CSIRO. 17(8)
Greene, Mick. 4(20), 9(24), 10(23), 15(7)
Grimaldi, Dr David, American Museum of Natural History.  7(10)
Gross, Dr Caroline, James Cook Uni. 3(11)
Grosskopf, Mark. 13(24), 14(22), 14(23), 17(23), 18(11)
Hasenpusch, Jack, Sue & Paul, Aust Insect Farm.  8(12), 12(15)
Hayward, Mark.  4(21), 6(24)
Heard, Dr Tim, CSIRO, & son Tomas. 2(3), 2(17), 6(12), 7(8), 8(6), 8(8), 8(11), 9(6), 10(6), 11(10),11(11), 14(23), 14(24), 15(20), 16(19), 18(11)
Heather, Cec. 10(22), 12(20), 14(23), 18(10)
Hingston, Andrew, Uni of Tas.  5(7), 6(21), 10(13), 13(8), 17(19)
Hockings, Harold. 1(14), 2(4), 2(14), 3(14)
Hogendoorn, Dr Katja, Flinders Uni. 3(2), 3(10), 8(5), 12(17), 13(9), 14(6)
Houston, Dr Terry, WA Museum.  11(4), 12(4), 13(4), 14(6), 15(15), 17(6), 18(4)
King, Dr Judy, QDPI.  5(4), 9(5), 14(7)
Klumpp, John. 16(18), 18(11)
Kukuk, Dr Penelope, Uni Montana. 16(6)
Lane, Larry.  17(24)
Leijs, Remko, Flinders Uni.  8(4), 11(15), 15(22)
Maguire, Maureen.  2(18), 6(23), 10(23), 16(4)
Michener, Prof Charles, Uni of Kansas.  7(10), 10(13), 16(5), 17(15), 18(7)
Middlebrook, Scott. 6(10), 10(20)
Milne, Bill & Pearl.  2(18), 8(10), 10(21), 11(23), 18(11), 18(12)
Milson, Kevin & Pat.  3(17), 4(19), 4(21), 8(11), 10(24)
Moody, Mary, Gardening Aust.12(12)
Nieh, Dr James, Wurzburg Uni. 14(13)
Occhiuzzi, Pablo, UWS - Hawkesbury.  10(9), 12(8), 13(15)
Oldroyd, Dr Ben, Uni of Sydney.  2(6), 4(7), 11(7)
Perkins, Bob.  6(23), 11(19), 11(24)
Raabe, Rob.  10(20), 10(22), 11(24), 12(22), 14(23), 17(22), 18(10)
Ramm, Peter. 4(20), 12(23)
Rayment, Tarlton.  2(3), 4(13), 4(16), 6(4), 7(4), 7(14), 7(20), 9(4), 10(4), 11(5), 13(5), 14(4), 15(22), 15(24), 16(5), 16(9), 17(4), 17(16), 18(5), 18(19), 18(22)
Robinson, Martyn, Aust Museum.  6(4), 7(22), 10(12), 14(15), 14(23)
Rodd, Norman.  4(13), 7(19), 18(5)
Sakagami, Prof Shôichi, Hokkaido Uni.  1(15), 5(10), 10(14), 11(20), 12(18), 16(23)
Shepherd, Denis & Carol.  6(22), 7(24), 8(10), 8(22), 9(9), 10(19), 10(24), 14(11)
Simmons, Leigh, Uni of WA. 11(4), 12(4)
Sinnamon, Viv. 8(14), 15(8), 15(10), 16(15)
Somerville, Doug, NSW Agric.  7(9)
Spessa, Dr Allan, Aust Nat Uni. 14(6)
Steen, Zeta,  Flinders Uni.  3(2), 4(24)
Synstra, Eddie.  6(13)
Sweeney, Morrie.  8(10), 14(8)
Tacon, Dr Paul, Aust Museum.  16(17)
Torchio, Dr Philip, Utah State Uni. 16(10)
Walker, Dr Ken, Museum Victoria.  4(3), 15(22), 16(9), 17(4), 17(7)
Wallace, Dr Helen, Uni of Sunshine Coast.  18(11), 18(24)
Wesche, Ray.  2(17), 3(18), 4(20), 5(23), 7(23)
White, Daniel, Uni Qld. 13(13), 13(14)
Williams, Dr Geoff. 14(10)
Zabel, Russell & Janine.  2(17), 4(12), 15(16), 18(10)

 


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