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Ecological method of evaluating observation areas or landscapes as a habitat for nectar-sucking and pollen-eating insects



Ecological method of evaluating observation areas or landscapes as a habitat for nectar-sucking and pollen-eating insects



Beitrage fur Forstwirtschaft und Landschaftsokologie 27(2): 85-87



A method is outlined whereby existing vegetation inventories or survey data can be used to evaluate the nutritional status of an area for insects such as colonial or solitary bees, butterflies, etc.

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