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Wild bee and floral diversity co-vary in response to the direct and indirect impacts of land use

Papanikolaou, Alexandra D. , Kühn, Ingolf, Frenzel, Mark, Kuhlmann, Michael, Poschlod, Peter, Potts, Simon G. , Roberts, Stuart P. M. and Schweiger, Oliver (2017) Wild bee and floral diversity co-vary in response to the direct and indirect impacts of land use. Ecosphere 8 (11), e02008.

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Loss of habitat area and diversity poses a threat to communities of wild pollinators and flowering plants in agricultural landscapes. Pollinators, such as wild bees, and insect-pollinated plants are two groups of organisms that closely interact. Nevertheless, it is still not clear how species richness and functional diversity, in terms of pollination-relevant traits, of these two groups influence ...


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Item type:Article
Institutions:Biology, Preclinical Medicine > Institut für Pflanzenwissenschaften > Lehrstuhl für Botanik
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Keywords:CROP POLLINATION SERVICES; AGRICULTURAL LANDSCAPES; FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY; PLANT TRAITS; ECOSYSTEM MULTIFUNCTIONALITY; BIODIVERSITY EVALUATION; SPECIES RICHNESS; FLOWERING PLANTS; MULTIPLE TRAITS; APPLE ORCHARDS; arable land cover; flowering plants; functional diversity; habitat richness; land use; piecewise structural equation models; pollination; species richness; wild bees
Dewey Decimal Classification:500 Science > 580 Botanical sciences
Refereed:Yes, this version has been refereed
Created at the University of Regensburg:Yes
Item ID:39594
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