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P. E. Hallett (2011) Farmed Solitary Bees & Wasps, Data Set (generations 1997-2008) >
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07.06 Project 2006 (E.S.O. 2008)

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Two species may use the same cavity without conflict because the earlier inner one dies or the outer later nest emerges earlier the next year. In other instances construction of the later nest cuts back the earlier nest or blocks its emergence, or emerging insects from the earlier nest pierce the later. Counting such outcomes provided a 'pecking order' for the species presented at the ESO2010 meeting.

See 01.03 or 08.03 for slide show.

The 'war' page for the BAR stand in the file 'MONASTERY_Information' in 11.07 is a work sheet that was used for scoring the intra- and inter-generational conflicts of generation 2006. These conflicts have to include the generation 2004 biennial species Osmia texana as well as generation 2005 and 2007. The unexplained symbols are k for a supersedure that matters, k0 for a supersedure of no importance (because ultimately no damage was inflicted), C for cutback damage of an earlier by a later nest, B for blocking damage of an earlier by a later nest, E for exit damage to a later nest by an earlier nest, some other codings for exit damage by parasitoids from earlier nests, and AF (adult failures) for adult deaths attributed to natural causes rather than conflict. Data basing might provide an easier approach.

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