Decline in Bee Diversity Leaves Gap

A Colorado study showed that when a single species of bumblebee was removed from an area, the remaining bumblebees foraged more generally. That would be good news, except for none of the bumblebees were interested in one of the flowers, the tall larkspur.

Read the abstract from the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, here.
Read an article on the paper in the New York Times, here.

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