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Diversity of Bees ( Hymenoptera : Apoidea ) as Insect Pollinators on Physic uts ( Euphorbiaceae : Jatropha curcas L . ) in Thailand

@inproceedings{Inson2012DiversityOB,
  title={Diversity of Bees ( Hymenoptera : Apoidea ) as Insect Pollinators on Physic uts ( Euphorbiaceae : Jatropha curcas L . ) in Thailand},
  author={C. In-son and S. Malaipan},
  year={2012}
}
Insect pollinators are very important for fruit setting of Jatropha curcas L. All insect pollinators were surveyed and identified in 20 provinces of Thailand during from April to August 2009. The results revealed 311 species, 138 genera and 64 families in eight orders namely Hymenoptera, Lepidoptera, Diptera, Coleoptera, Hemiptera, Mantodea, Orthoptera and Blattodea. All insect species were segregated into major and minor groups according to their behavioral activities and importance to J… Expand

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