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Pollinator species richness: Are the declines slowing down?

Abstract : Changes in pollinator abundances and diversity are of major concern. A recent study inferred that pollina-tor species richnesses are decreasing more slowly in recent decades in several taxa and European countries. A more careful interpretation of these results reveals that this conclusion cannot be drawn and that we can only infer that declines decelerate for bees (Anthophila) in the Netherlands.
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Tom Van Dooren. Pollinator species richness: Are the declines slowing down?. Nature Conservation-Bulgaria, 2016, pp.11-22. ⟨10.3897/natureconservation.15.9616⟩. ⟨hal-01408957⟩

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