In bold bartomeus lab members
(postdocs, graduate and under-gradued students)

46- Sol D, I Bartomeus, C Gonzalez-Lagos, S Pavoine (2017) Urbanisation and the loss of phylogenetic diversity in birds. Ecology Letters. In Press.

45- Godoy O, I Bartomeus, S Saavedra, R Rhor. (2017) Towards the integration of niche and network theories. Submitted.

44- Magrach A, J Gonzalez-Varo, M Vilà, I Bartomeus (2017) Honeybee spillover reshuffles pollinator diet and decreases reproductive success in plants. Submitted.

43- Stavert JR, DE Pattemore, JR Beggs, AC Gaskett, I Bartomeus (2017) Exotic species stabilize pollinator abundance across a landuse intensification gradient via response diversity despite loss of functional trait redundancy. Submitted.

42- MA Collado, D Sol, I Bartomeus. Pollinator bees generally use natural and humanized habitats, despite strong habitat preferences. Submitted.

41- D Perals, AS Griffin, I Bartomeus, D Sol (2017) Revisiting the open-field test: what does it really tell us about animal personality? Animal Behaviour, 123, 69-79

40- M Winsa, E Öckinger, R Bommarco, R Lindborg, SPM Roberts, J Wärnsberg, I Bartomeus (2017) Sustained functional composition of pollinators in restored pastures despite slow functional restoration of plants. Ecology and Evolution, In Press.

39- A Magrach, A Holzschuh, I Bartomeus, V Riedinger, SPM Roberts, et al. (2017) Plant-pollinator networks in semi-natural grasslands are resistant to the loss of pollinators during blooming of mass-flowering crops. Ecography, In Press. [Link]

38- Stavert JR, Liñán-Cembrano G, Beggs JR, Howlett BG, Pattemore DE, Bartomeus I (2017) Hairiness: the missing link between pollinators and pollination. PeerJ 4:e2779 [Pre-print][Link] #OpenAccess

37- Bartomeus I, Cariveau D, Harrison T, Winfree R. On the inconsistency of pollinator species traits for predicting either response to agricultural intensification or functional contribution. Submitted [Pre-print]

36-Hill B, Bartomeus I. Maintained electrical transmission corridors can provide valuable bumblebee habitat for conservation and ecosystem service provision. Submitted [Pre-print] [Link] #OpenAccess

35- Coux, C; Rader, R; Bartomeus, I; Tylianakis, J (2016) Linking Species Functional Roles To Their Network Roles. Ecology Letters 19: 762–770. [Code][Link][PDF]

34-Rodríguez-Sánchez F, Pérez-Luque AJ, Bartomeus I, Varela S (2016) Reproducible science: what, why, how / Ciencia reproducible: qué, por qué, cómo. Ecosistemas 25(2): 83-92. [Trailer][Pre-print][Link] #OpenAccess

33- Cariveau, DP, GK Nayak, I Bartomeus, J Zientek, JS Ascher, J Gibbs, R Winfree. (2016) The Allometry of Bee Proboscis Length and Its Uses in Ecology. PloS one 11 (3), e0151482 [Link][Code] #OpenAcces

32- Bartomeus, I.,, , , ,  2016. A common framework for identifying linkage rules across different types of interactions. Functional Ecology. In press. [Pre-print] [Code&Data] [Link] [PDF]

31- R. Rader, I. Bartomeus, LA Garibaldi, MPD Garratt, BG Howlett, R Winfree , SA Cunningham, MM Mayfield, AD Arthurk, GKS Andersson, R Bommarco, C Brittain, LG Carvalheiro, NP Chacoff, MH Entling, B Foully, BM Freitas, B Gemmill-Herren, J Ghazoul, SR Griffin, CL Gross, L Herbertsson, F Herzog, J Hipólito, S Jaggar, F Jauker, A-M Klein, D Kleijn, S Krishnan, CQ Lemost, SAM Lindström, Y Mandelik, VM Monteirot, W Nelson, L Nilsson, DE Pattemore, N de O Pereira, G Pisanty, SG Potts, M Reemer, M Rundlöf, CS Sheffield, J Scheper, C Schüepps, HG Smith, DA Stanley, JC Stout, H Szentgyörgyi, H Taki, CH Vergara, BF Viana, M Woyciechowski. 2016. Non-bee insects are important contributors to global crop pollination. PNAS,113:146–151  [Link][Data&Code][PDF]

30- Garibaldi, L., Bartomeus, I., Bommarco R, Klein AM, Cunningham SA, Aizen MA, Boreux V, Garratt MPD, Carvalheiro LG, Kremen C, Morales CL, Schüepp C, Chacoff NP, Freitas BM, Gagic V, Holzschuh A, Klatt BK, Krewenka KM, Krishnan S, Mayfield MM, Motzke I, Otieno M, Petersen J, Potts SG, Ricketts TH, Rundlöf M, Sciligo A, Sinu PA, Steffan-Dewenter I, Taki H, Tscharntke T, Vergara CH, Viana BV and Woyciechowski M. 2015. Trait matching of flower visitors and crops predicts fruit set better than trait diversity. Journal of Applied Ecology. 52: 1436–1444 [Link][PDF]

29- Kleijn, D., Winfree, R., Bartomeus, I., Carvalheiro, L.G., Henry, M., Isaacs, R., Klein, A-M. et al. 2015. Delivery of crop pollination services is an insufficient argument for wild pollinator conservation. Nature Communications 6, 7414. [Link] #OpenAccess

28- I Bartomeus, V Gagic, R Bommarco (2015). Pollinators, pests and soil properties interactively shape oilseed rape yield. Basic and Applied Ecology, 16 (8), 737–745 [Pre-print] [Link][PDF]

27- V Gagic*, I Bartomeus*, T Jonsson, A Taylor, C Winqvist, C Fischer, EM Slade, I

Functional identity and diversity of animals predict ecosystem functioning better than species-based indices. - F1000Prime Steffan-Dewenter, M Emmerson, SG Potts, T Tscharntke, W Weisser, R Bommarco (2015). Functional identity and diversity predict ecosystem functioning better than species-based indices. Proc. R. Soc. B 282: 2014-2620 [Link][PDF][Data][Code][F1000Recomendation] *equal contribution

26- LG Carvalheiro, JC Biesmeijer, G Benadi, J Fründ, M Stang, I Bartomeus, CN Kaiser‐Bunbury, M Baude, SIF Gomes, V Merckx, KCR Baldock, ATD Bennett, R Boada, R Bommarco, R Cartar, N Chacoff, J Dänhardt, LV Dicks, CF Dormann, J Ekroos, KSE Henson, A Holzschuh, RR Junker, M Lopezaraiza‐Mikel, J Memmott, A Montero‐Castaño, IL Nelson, T Petanidou, EF Power, M Rundlöf, HG Smith, JC Stout, K Temitope, T Tscharntke, T Tscheulin, M Vilà, WE Kunin (2014) The potential for indirect effects between co‐flowering plants via shared pollinators depends on resource abundance, accessibility and relatedness. Ecology Letters. 17: 1389–1399 [Link] #OpenAccess

25- Albrecht M, Padrón B, Bartomeus I, Traveset A (2014) Consequences of plant invasions on compartmentalization and species’ roles in plant–pollinator networks. Proc. R. Soc. B 281: 20140773. [Link][PDF][Code]

24- R Rader, I Bartomeus, JM Tylianakis, E Laliberté (2014) The winners and losers of land use intensification: pollinator community disassembly is non-random and alters functional diversity. Diversity and Distributions, 20(8),908–917 [Link] [PDF][Code]

23- Bartomeus I, Potts SG, Steffan-Dewenter I, Vaissière BE, Woyciechowski M, Krewenka KM, Tscheulin T, Roberts SPM, Szentgyörgyi H, Westphal C, Bommarco R (2014) Contribution of insect pollinators to crop yield and quality varies with agricultural intensification. PeerJ 2:e328 [Link] [Top10 Agri.] #OpenAccess


22- I Bartomeus, MG Park, J Gibbs, BN Danforth, AN Lakso, R Winfree (2013) Biodiversity ensures plant–pollinator phenological synchrony against climate change. Ecology Letters 16 (11), 1331-1338[Link] [PDF] [Data]

21- Bartomeus, I.  and Winfree, R (2013) Pollinator declines: reconciling scales and implications for ecosystem services. F1000Research 2:146 [Link] [Data] #OpenAccess

20- Bartomeus, I. (2013) Understanding Linkage Rules in Plant-Pollinator Networks by Using Hierarchical Models That Incorporate Pollinator Detectability and Plant Traits. PLoS One 8 (7), e69200 [Link] [Data] [Code] #OpenAccess

19- R Rader, J Reilly, I Bartomeus, R Winfree (2013) Native bees buffer the negative impact of climate warming on honey bee pollination of watermelon crops. Global change biology 19 (10), 3103-3110 [Link] [PDF]Bartomeus_etal_2013Cover

18- Bartomeus, I, J S Ascher, J Gibbs, B Danforth, D Wagner, S H Hedke, and R Winfree. (2013). Historical changes in northeastern US bee pollinators related to shared ecological traits. PNAS 110 (12), 4656-4660 [Link] [Data] [PDF]

17-  Garibaldi LA, I Steffan-Dewenter, R Winfree, MA Aizen, R Bommarco, SA Cunningham, C Kremen, LG. Carvalheiro,  LD Harder, O Afik, I Bartomeus, F Benjamin, V Boreux, D Cariveau, NP Chacoff, JH Dudenhöffer, BM Freitas, J Ghazoul, S Greenleaf, J Hipólito, A Holzschuh, B Howlett, R Isaacs, SK Javorek, CM Kennedy, K Krewenka, S Krishnan, Y Mandelik, MM Mayfield, I Motzke, T Munyuli, BA Nault, M Otieno, J Petersen, G Pisanty, SG Potts, R Rader, T Ricketts, M Rundlöf, CL Seymour, C Schüepp, H Szentgyörgyi, H Taki, T Tscharntke, CH Vergara, BF Viana, TC Wanger, C Westphal, N Williams, AM Klein (2013) Wild pollinators enhance fruit set of crops regardless of honey-bee abundance. Science 339 (6127) 1608-1611 [Link] [PDF]

16- Sol D, Maspons J, Vall-llosera M, Bartomeus I, Garcia-Peña GE, Piñol J, FF8Freckelton RP. (2012) Unraveling the life history of successful invaders. Science 337, 580-583 [PDF] [Link] [F1000 Evaluation]

15- Novy A., T Schuler, I Bartomeus, J Katz, and M Robson. (2012) Honey bee colony winter losses and treatments against Varroa destructor in New Jersey, USA, 2010-11 Science of Bee Culture 4(1): 6-8 [PDF]

14- Bartomeus, I., J Ascher, S Colla, D Wagner, B Danforth, S Kornbluh, and R Winfree. (2011) Climate-associated phenological advances in bee pollinators and bee-pollinated plants. PNAS  108(51): 20645–20649 [Link] [PDF] [Comic]

13- Winfree, R., Bartomeus I., Cariveau, D. (2011) Native pollinators in anthropogenic habitats. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 42: 1-22 [Link (free PDF)]

12- Bartomeus I., Winfree, R. (2011) The Circe Principle: Are Pollinators Waylaid by Attractive Habitats? Current Biology 21(17): 653-655 [PDF] [Link]

11- Sol, D., Bartomeus I., Griffin, AS. (2012) The paradox of invasion in birds: Competitive superiority or ecological opportunism? Oecologia 169 (2), 553-564 [PDF] [Link]

10- Sol, D., Griffin, AS., Bartomeus I. (2012) Consumer and motor innovation in the invasive common myna: the role of motivation and emotional responses. Animal Behavior 83(1):179–188 [PDF] [Link]

9- Bartomeus I., Sol, D., Pino J., Vicente, P., Font, X. (2012) Deconstructing the native-exotic richness relationship in plants. Global Ecology and Biogeography 21(5):524-533 [Link] [PDF]

8- Sol, D., Griffin, AS., Bartomeus I., Boyce H. (2011) Exploring or Avoiding Novel Food Resources? The Novelty Conflict in an Invasive Bird. PLoS ONE 6(5): e19535 [Link] #OpenAccess

7- Andreu, J., Manzano, E., Bartomeus, I., Dana, ED., Vilà, M. (2010) Vegetation response after removal of the invader Carpobrotus spp. in coastal dunes. Ecological Restoration 28(4): 440-448 [Link] [PDF]

6- Bartomeus, I., Vila, M., Steffan-Dewenter, I. (2010) Combined effects of Impatiens glandulifera invasion and landscape structure on native plant pollination. Journal of Ecology 98: 440–450. [Link] [PDF]

5- Vila, M., Bartomeus, I., Dietzsch, A., Petanidou, T., Steffan-Dewenter, I., Stout, J., Tscheulin, T. (2009) Invasive plant integration into native plant-pollinator networks across Europe. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 276: 3887–3893. [Link] [PDF]

4- Bartomeus, I., Vilà, M. (2009) Breeding system and pollen limitation of two supergeneralist alien plants invading Mediterranean shrublands. Australian Journal of Botany 57: 109-115. [Link] [PDF]

3- Bartomeus, I., Bosch, J.,Vilà, M. (2008) High Invasive Pollen Transfer, Yet Low Deposition on Native Stigmas in a Carpobrotus-invaded Community. Annals of Botany 102 : 417-424 [Link] [PDF]AOB

2- Bartomeus, I., Vilà, M., Santamaria, L. (2008) Contrasting effects of invasive plants in plant–pollinator networks. Oecologia 155 : 761-770. [Link] [PDF] [Data]

1- Vilà, M., Bartomeus, I., Gimeno, I., Traveset, A., Moragues, E. (2006) Demography of the Invasive Geophyte Oxalis pes-caprae Across a Mediterranean Island. Annals of Botany 97: 1055-1062. [Link] [PDF]

I am open to share the review process of any paper
(e.g. for journal clubs), just ask for it.

Books Chapters and other publications:

6- El declive de las abejas: cinco conceptos mal entendidos. 2016. Grupo de trabajo ECOFLOR (coordinado por I. Bartomeus). Quercus Marzo 2016. [Link][PDF]

5- Bartomeus, I., Fründ, J., Williams, N.M. 2016. Invasive plants as novel food resources, the pollinators’ perspective. In Biological Invasions and Behaviour. Editors: D. Sol, J. Weiss. Cambridge University Press. [Pre-print]

4- Walthall, C.L., J. Hatfield, P. Backlund, L. Lengnick, E. Marshall, M. Walsh, S. Adkins, M. Aillery, E.A. Ainsworth, C. Ammann, C.J. Anderson, I. Bartomeus, L.H. Baumgard, F. Booker, B. Bradley, D.M. Blumenthal, J. Bunce, K. Burkey, S.M. Dabney, J.A. Delgado, J. Dukes, A. Funk, K. Garrett, M. Glenn, D.A. Grantz, D. Goodrich, S. Hu, R.C. Izaurralde, R.A.C. Jones, S-H. Kim, A.D.B. Leaky, K. Lewers, T.L. Mader, A. McClung, J. Morgan, D.J. Muth, M. Nearing, D.M. Oosterhuis, D. Ort, C. Parmesan, W.T. Pettigrew, W. Polley, R. Rader, C. Rice, M. Rivington, E. Rosskopf, W.A. Salas, L.E. Sollenberger, R. Srygley, C. Stöckle, E.S. Takle, D. Timlin, J.W. White, R. Winfree, L. Wright-Morton, L.H. Ziska. 2012. Climate Change and Agriculture in the United States: Effects and Adaptation. USDA Technical Bulletin 1935. Washington, DC. 186 pages. [Link]

3- Vila, M., Bartomeus, I., Dietzsch, A., Petanidou, T., Steffan-Dewenter, I., Stout, J., Tscheulin, T. (2010) Mapping plant-invader integration into the plant-pollinator network, In: Atlas of Biodiversity Risks – from Europe to the globe, from stories to maps. Editors: Settele, J. et al., Pensoft, Sofia & Moscow. ISBN 978-954-642-446-4 [Link]

2- Traveset, A., Morales, C., Nogales, M., Padrón, B., Bartomeus, I. (2008) Los mutualismos facilitan las invasiones, y las invasoras impactan sobre los mutualismos nativos. In: Invasiones Biológicas. Libro de Colección-divulgación del CSIC.[Link]

1- Bartomeus, I., Gassó, N, Domenech, R. Las invasiones biológicas. Suplemento enciclopedico Salvat 25 Pag. 2006

0- Bartomeus, I. PhD Thesis