BES Virtual Issue: Pollinator Ecology

pollinator VI adTo celebrate the joint meeting on the impact of pesticides on bee health in January, hosted by the Biochemical Society, the British Ecological Society and the Society for Experimental Biology, the BES has compiled a free virtual issue on Pollinator Ecology. The papers included are drawn from all five BES journals and provide examples of the latest research in pollinator ecology from flower visitation and ecosystem services, to the effects of invasive pollinators, agriculture, pesticides and bee pathogens. Click here to read the virtual issue.

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