Symposium: Advances in hymenopteran biodiversity research and conservation
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Hymenoptera represents one of the largest and economically most important orders of insects. They include many pollinators (e.g. bees) and natural enemies of other insects (parasitic and predatory wasps), but their diversity is still largely poorly known, even in developed countries. Many hymenopterans are vulnerable to environmental changes and human impact, since they often have complex life cycles, narrow habitat requirements and represent high trophic levels in food webs. Their conservation is important for maintaining viable ecosystems and for ensuring food security in the future.
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