Native Pollinators in Anthropogenic Habitats

@inproceedings{Winfree2011NativePI,
  title={Native Pollinators in Anthropogenic Habitats},
  author={Rachael Winfree and Ignasi Bartomeus and Daniel P Cariveau},
  year={2011}
}
Animals pollinate 87% of the world’s flowering plant species. Therefore, how pollinators respond to human-induced land-use change has important implications for plants and the species that depend on them. Here, we synthesize the published literature on how land-use change affects the main groups of pollinators: bees, butterflies, flies, birds, and bats. Responses to land-use change are predominantly negative but are highly variable within and across taxa. The directionality of pollinator… CONTINUE READING
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