Worldwide importance of honey bees for natural habitats captured in new report

An unprecedented study integrating data from around the globe has shown that honey bees are the world's most important single species of pollinator in natural ecosystems and a key contributor to natural ecosystem functions. The report weaves together information from 80 plant-pollinator interaction networks. The results clearly identify the honey bee (Apis mellifera) as the single most frequent visitor to flowers of naturally occurring (non-crop) plants worldwide.

Worldwide importance of honey bees for natural habitats captured in new report

An unprecedented study integrating data from around the globe has shown that honey bees are the world's most important single species of pollinator in natural ecosystems and a key contributor ...

Wed 10 Jan 18 from Phys.org

Worldwide Importance of Honey Bees for Natural Habitats Captured in New Report, Wed 10 Jan 18 from Newswise

Worldwide importance of honey bees for natural habitats captured in new report, Wed 10 Jan 18 from ScienceDaily

Worldwide importance of honey bees for natural habitats captured in new report, Wed 10 Jan 18 from Eurekalert

New tipping point prediction model offers insights to diminishing bee colonies

A new method to predict tipping points - the moment at which sudden change occurs in complex networked systems - may offer insights that prevent colony collapse disorder (CCD), a phenomenon ...

Wed 10 Jan 18 from Phys.org

New tipping point prediction model offers insights to diminishing bee colonies, Wed 10 Jan 18 from ScienceDaily

New Tipping Point Prediction Model Offers Insights to Diminishing Bee Colonies, Wed 10 Jan 18 from Newswise

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