The program will follow the traditions of SCAPE meetings, with the scientific program consisting of poster sessions and short talks followed by questions and discussion in an informal atmosphere. We especially encourage students to present their research, and to discuss their findings and ideas in this international forum.

Thursday 13 October

15:00-18:00 Arrival and registration

18:00-19:15 Dinner

19:15-19:25 Welcome

19:25-20:55 Session 1: Managing pollination. Chair: Anders Nielsen
19:25 Ainhoa Magrach: Increasing pollinator functional complementarity does not translate into increased reproductive success when involving the dominance of honeybees
19:40 Lina Herbertsson: Mass-flowering rapeseed benefits wild plant pollination – but not always!
19:55 Juho Lämsä: Field realistic exposure to imidacloprid reduces foraging motivation of Bombus terrestris
20:10 Dara Stanley: Investigating sublethal pesticide effects on bumblebee learning and foraging
20:25 Beate Strandberg: Pollinators and resources at organic farms – results from the BeeFarm project
20:40 Jane Stout, Jeff Ollerton & Tina D’Hertefeldt: Journal updates

21:00- Get-together

Friday 14 October

07:30-08:45  Breakfast

09:00-10:00  Session 2: Invited talk. Chair: Nina Sletvold
09:00 Bruce Anderson: Tracking pollen: A giant leap for evolutionary biologists

10:00-10:30 Coffee break

10:30-12:00 Session 3: Behaviour and divergence. Chair: Magne Friberg
10:30 Tonya Lander: A novel method for investigating pollinator foraging in heterogeneous landscapes
10:45 Rosalie Burdon: Multimodal signal honesty in Penstemon digitalis enhances bumblebee foraging
11:00 Klaus Lunau: How bee-pollinated flowers cope with pollenophagous pollinators
11:15 Mohamed Abdelaziz: Plant speciation and mating system evolution driven by pollinators
11:30 Katarzyna Roguz: Evolution of flower characters in the genus Fritillaria L. (Liliaceae) in response to pollinator shift
11:45 Kathleen Kay: Testing the Grant-Stebbins hypothesis: experimental sympatry between divergently adapted flowers

12:00-13:30  Lunch

13:30-14:30  Session 4: Invited talk. Chair: Johan Ehrlén
13:30 Sharon Strauss: Beyond competition: the challenges to coexistence of congeners through reproduction

14:30-15:00 Coffee break

15:00-16:30 Session 5: Communities and networks. Chair: Jens Mogens Olesen
15:00 James Rodger: Pollinator sharing: competition, facilitation or interference in the co-flowering Oxalis namaquana and Romulea citrina?
15:15 Gita Benadi: Can optimal foraging of pollinators promote the pollination success of rare plants?
15:30 Sara Reverté Saiz: Pollinators show flower colour preferences but flowers with similar colours do not attract similar pollinators
15:35 Saskia Klumpers: The influence of plant traits and generalization degree on year-to-year fluctuation in flower-visitors and visitation rate
16:00 José M. Iriondo: Disintegrating a network: within-season dynamics of plant-pollinator interactions
16:15 Jeff Ollerton: Spatio-temporal stability of an island endemic plant-pollinator interaction

16:30 Leg-stretcher

16:40- Poster session

18:30-20:00 Dinner

20:00- Get-even-more-together

Saturday 15 October

07:30-08:45 Breakfast

09:00-10:00 Session 6: Invited talk. Chair: Jon Ågren
09:00 James Thomson: Pollination deficits in theory and practice

10:00-10:30 Coffee break

10:30-12:00 Session 7: Climate and habitat. Chair: Tommy Lennartsson
10:30 Jane Ogilvie: Climate, flowering phenology, and bumble bee abundance
10:45 Marilin Mõtlep: Pollinators of Platanthera bifolia and P. chlorantha in populations under different management regimes in Estonia
11:00 Amy Parachnowitsch: Patch size is more important for fitness than urbanization in fireweed
11:15 Maria Steinert: Plant communities in power-line clearings: maintaining open-canopy habitats through frequent clearing could positively affect diversity of pollinating insects
11:30 Solveig Haug & Arrian Karbassioon: Pollinator interactions between wild raspberry and the surrounding plant community along an altitudinal gradient
11:45 Kate Gallagher: Effects of experimental shifts in soil moisture and flowering phenology on plant-pollinator interactions

12:00-13:15 Lunch

13:15-15:30 Field trip in the close surroundings

15:30-16:30 Session 8: Pollinator-mediated selection. Chair: Renate Wesselingh
15:30 Liedson Carneiro: Geographic selection mosaic in an oil bee-plant mutualism across Brazilian dry diagonal
15:45 Judith Trunschke: Pollinator assemblage and patterns of selection in woodland and grassland populations of the orchid Platanthera bifolia
16:00 Karin Gross: Floral perfumes become different: region-specific selection in a terrestrial orchid
16:15 Yuval Sapir: Rethinking flower evolution in irises: are pollinators the agents of selection?

16:30-17:00 Coffee break

17:00-18:30 Session 9: Mating systems. Chair: Marcin Zych
17:00 Jane Stout: Pollination ecology of Shea (Vitellaria paradoxa) in West Africa
17:15 Thomas Martignier: Variation in sex ratios and sex allocation in trioecious populations of the herb Mercurialis annua
17:30 Åsa Lankinen: Sexually antagonistic evolution caused by male-male competition in the pistil
17:45 Marcos Méndez: Sexual dimorphism in the scent of gynodioecious Silene vulgaris
18:00 Marc Stift: Did low genetic load facilitate the evolution selfing in North American Arabidopsis lyrata?
18:15 John Pannell: On the loss of outcrossing mechanisms under mate limitation

19:00- SCAPE banquet

Sunday 16 October 

08:00-09:30 Breakfast

09:30-10:00 Concluding discussion

10:30-11.00 Coffee

11.30- Departure