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- Hopfenmüller, Sebastian; Holzschuh, Andrea; Steffan-Dewenter, Ingolf
- Biological conservation 2020 v.242 pp. 108406
- chalk grasslands, etc ; Osmia; bees; grazing intensity; habitat connectivity; habitat fragmentation; natural resources conservation; nesting; parasitism; pollinators; population dynamics; population size; sheep; shell (molluscs); Show all 14 Subjects
- ... The effects of habitat loss and fragmentation on wild bee populations are still not fully understood. Availability of resources, parasitism and habitat connectivity might influence population sizes of bees. Whereas floral resources for wild bees have been considered in research and conservation, nesting resources have been largely neglected as these are challenging to investigate. Snail shells are ...