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Observations on bee species visiting white clover in New Zealand pastures

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Title: Observations on bee species visiting white clover in New Zealand pastures
Author: Malone, Louise; Aulsford, James; Howlett, Brad; Scott-Dupree, Cynthia D.; Bardol, Nicolas; Donovan, Barry
Abstract: There is currently worldwide concern about a loss of pollinating insects, with wild species being adversely affected by habitat destruction and managed honey bees decreasing in number because of the global spread of bee pests and diseases such as the varroa mite (Varroa destructor Anderson & Trueman). There have been no recent studies to determine whether New Zealand, like other countries, is suffering from a decline in pollinators.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10214/2634
Date: 2010
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Citation: Malone, L., Aulsford, J., Howlett, B., Scott-Dupree, C.D., Bardol, N., and Donovan, B. "Observations on bee species visiting white clover in New Zealand pastures." Journal of Apicultural Research 49.3 (2010): 284-286


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