Symposium: From the ground up: threats and solutions for ground-nesting bees
Ground-nesting bees, much like their above-ground counterparts encounter a suite of stressors that may jeopardise pollination. Unlike above-ground bees however, ground-nesting species spend most their life underground. This unique life history trait may increase the magnitude with which environmental stressors affect this group, yet little is known regarding susceptibility and key threatening processes. The proposed symposium will highlight current research in this area and the actions required to ensure this group is not left out of global discussions on pollinator health and conservation.
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