More than protein? Bee-flower interactions and effects of disturbance regimes revealed by rare pollen in bee nests

Periodo de realización: 1900/01/01 al 2016/06/01

Tipo: Artículo científico

Lugar(es) de estudio: Felipe Carrillo Puerto, Q.R., México, Chetumal, Q.R., México
Resumen: "Bees and their host flower populations were studied by identifying pollen to species or genus, from trap nests where bees were reared. Rare plant species in bee diets, and disturbance regimes, have not previously been researched and are emphasized here. Two focal bee groups with one species each (Megachilidae and Apidae) were studied in a 500,000-ha tropical reserve in the Yucata´n Peninsula nine complete years. The number of rare or major pollen species in nests had no statistical correlation"

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