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Influence of woody vegetation on pollinator densities in oilseed Brassica fields in an Australian temperate landscape

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Influence of woody vegetation on pollinator densities in oilseed Brassica fields in an Australian temperate landscape


Wild pollinators may benefit Brassica oilseed production in temperate Australia, yet it is not known how the density of potential pollinators varies in these landscapes. In this project we aim to assess whether the density of feral honeybees, hoverflies (probably 2 species) and native bees (multiple species) in temperate Australian Brassica oilseed... more


Ecology not elsewhere classified


https://doi.org/10.25919/5f17b34638cca


2004


2006


Steve Henry
Steve.Henry@csiro.au

Bees Hoverflies Apis Syrphid Canola Habitat condition Ecosystem service


This data is the result of bee and hover-fly surveys undertaken in Brassica crop in the Boorowa district of NSW.


Anthony D. Arthur, CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems, Jin Li, CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems (current: Data2Action, Australia), Steve Henry, CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems, Saul A. Cunningham, CSIRO Entomology


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Arthur, Anthony D; Li, Jin; Henry, Steve; Cunningham, Saul (2020): Influence of woody vegetation on pollinator densities in oilseed Brassica fields in an Australian temperate landscape. v2. CSIRO. Data Collection. https://doi.org/10.25919/5f17b34638cca


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Saul Cunningham


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