Landscape effects on extremely fragmented populations of a rare solitary bee, Colletes floralis.

@article{Davis2010LandscapeEO,
  title={Landscape effects on extremely fragmented populations of a rare solitary bee, Colletes floralis.},
  author={Emily S. Davis and T{\'o}mas E. Murray and Una Fitzpatrick and Mark J F Brown and Robert J Paxton},
  journal={Molecular ecology},
  year={2010},
  volume={19 22},
  pages={4922-35}
}
Globally, there is concern over the decline of bees, an ecologically important group of pollinating insects. Genetic studies provide insights into population structure that are crucial for conservation management but that would be impossible to obtain by conventional ecological methods. Yet conservation genetic studies of bees have primarily focussed on social species rather than the more species-rich solitary bees. Here, we investigate the population structure of Colletes floralis, a rare and… CONTINUE READING
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