Linda Newstrom-Lloyd

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InstitutionLandcare Research Research Associate
Landcare Research
Gerald Street
Lincoln 7608
New Zealand
 
Postal addressP.O. Box 38180
 Parklands
Christchurch
Canterbury
8842
New Zealand
 
Office phone+64 3 321 9999
Mobile phone+64 21 385 953
E-mailnewstroml@landcareresearch.co.nz
Alternative e-mailnewstrom.lloyd@gmail.com
Webwww.treesforbeesnz.org
 
Job /  professional statusResearcher
 
Preferred COLOSS theme(s)   Environment,Diversity & Conservation
 
Research interestsBee nutrition / bee forage
 Protein in Pollen
 
PublicationsPublication List Dr. Linda Newstrom-Lloyd (L.E. Newstrom)
Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
1. Ne'eman G, Jürgens, A; Newstrom-Lloyd, LE; Potts, S; Dafni, A 2010. A framework for comparing pollinator performance: effectiveness and efficiency. Biological Reviews 85(3):435-451.
2. Rader R, Howlett BG, Cunningham SA, Westcott DA, Newstrom-Lloyd LE, Walker M, Teulon DA, Edwards W 2009. Alternative pollinator taxa are equally efficient but not as effective as the honeybee in a mass flowering crop. Journal of Applied Ecology 46(5): 1080 1087.
3. Howlett BG, Walker MK, Newstrom-Lloyd LE, Donovan BJ, Teulon DAJ 2009. Window traps and direct observations record similar arthropod flower visitor assemblages in two mass flowering crops. Journal of Applied Entomology 133:553 564.
4. Newstrom LE, Robertson AW 2005: Progress towards understanding pollination systems in New Zealand. Invited Godley review New Zealand Journal of Botany 43:1-59.
5. Frankie GW; Thorp RW; Newstrom-Lloyd, LE; Rizzardi MA; Barthell JF; Griswold TL; Kim JY; Kappagoda S 1998. Monitoring solitary bees in modified wildland habitats – implications for bee ecology and conservation. Environmental Entomology. 27(5):1137-1148.
6. Newstrom LE, Frankie GW, Baker HG 1994. A new classification for plant phenology based on flowering patterns in lowland tropical rain forest trees. Biotropica 26(1):141–159.
7. Frankie GW, Newstrom LE, Vinson SB Vinson, Barthell JF 1993. Nesting habitat preferences of selected Centris bee species in Costa Rican dry forest. Biotropica. 25 :322-333.
8. Frankie, G.W., S.B. Vinson, L.E. Newstrom, and J.F. Barthell. 1988. Nest site habitat preferences of Centris bees in the Costa Rican dry forest. Biotropica. 20:301-310


Book Chapters
1. Newstrom-Lloyd, L.E. Pollination in New Zealand. Chapter 2.11 in Dymond, J.R. Ecosystem Services in New Zealand. Pages 408-431.
2. Frankie GW, Vinson SB, Thorp W, Rizzardi MA, Tomkins M, Newstrom-Lloyd LE 2002 Monitoring: an Essential Tool in Bee Ecology and Conservation. In: Kevan P and Imperatriz Foseca VL (eds) Pollinating Bees – The Conservation Link Betweren Agriculture and Nature – Ministry of the Environment / Brasilia p. 187-198.
3. Newstrom LE, Frankie GW, Baker HG, Colwell RK 1994. Diversity of long-term flowering patterns. Chapter 11 in La Selva: Ecology and Natural History of a Lowland Tropical Rainforest. L.A. McDade, K.S. Bawa, G.S. Hartshorn, and H.A. Hespenheide (eds.). Pages 142-160. University of Chicago Press, Chicago. Il.
4. Newstrom LE, Frankie GW, Baker HG 1991. Survey of long-term flowering patterns in tropical rain forest trees at La Selva, Costa Rica. In L’arbre. Biologie et Developpement. D. Edelin (ed.). Naturalia Montpeliensia. No. hors serie A7, Montpellier, France. pp. 345-366.
5. Frankie GW, Vinson SB, Newstrom LE, Barthell JF, Haber WA, Frankie JK 1990. Plant phenology, pollination ecology, pollinator behaviour and conservation of pollinators in neotropical dry forest. In Reproductive Ecology of Tropical Forest Plants, Vol. 7. Man and the Biosphere Series. Bawa KS and Hadley M (eds.). Parthenon Pub. Group, Paris. pp. 37-45.

Conference Proceedings Published
1. Gross CL, Newstrom-Lloyd LE, Howlett B, Plunkett G and Donovan BJ 2009. Monitoring Pollinators: Case studies from Australia and New Zealand. In Caring for Pollinators: Safeguarding agro-biodiversity and wild plant diversity – Current progress and need for action Side event at COP 09 in Bonn, May 22, 2008. BfN-Skripten 250, Federal Agency for Nature Conservation, Germany. Pages 86—92.
2. Newstrom-Lloyd LE, Cooper J, NJ Spencer NJ, Wilton AD 2009. Integrated information System for Oceania Pollinator Initiative (OPI): based on a federation of distributed databases. In Caring for Pollinators: Safeguarding agro-biodiversity and wild plant diversity – Current progress and need for action. Side event at COP 09 in Bonn, May 22, 2008. BfN-Skripten 250, Federal Agency for Nature Conservation, Germany. Pages 93-94.