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The Buzz: Swarming Pollinator Issues for Restoration

The Buzz: Swarming Pollinator Issues for Restoration EDITORIAL The Buzz: Swarming Pollinator Issues for Restoration Steven N. Handel e Th Need Home Depot aisles for bee species. They must naturally One out of three bites, that’s what we owe to pollinators for colonize your site from the wider landscape, and this may our diet. Most plant species, over 90% by some estimates, be a slow process. rely on animal pollinators for seed reproduction. Conse- e S Th ting: The Human Community Strikes Back quently, food, sustainable plant reproduction, and many Even when one does secure a functioning diversity of bee other ecological services of plants that restorationists tout species, the shadow of human anxiety soon darkens this must lead our community to being grateful to bees for accomplishment. e Th fear of stinging insects is intense, their labors. Yup, they really are busy. Yet keeping bees no surprise, and bees are usually filed away in the cat - in our restoration world is not easy. Most people in the egory labelled dangerous, not beneficial. Bee specialists world live in cities and the usefulness of plant communities exhaust themselves explaining the reality: only females providing food and habitat advantages is oen diffic ft ult to have stings, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Ecological Restoration University of Wisconsin Press

The Buzz: Swarming Pollinator Issues for Restoration

Ecological Restoration , Volume 37 (2) – May 28, 2019

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Abstract

EDITORIAL The Buzz: Swarming Pollinator Issues for Restoration Steven N. Handel e Th Need Home Depot aisles for bee species. They must naturally One out of three bites, that’s what we owe to pollinators for colonize your site from the wider landscape, and this may our diet. Most plant species, over 90% by some estimates, be a slow process. rely on animal pollinators for seed reproduction. Conse- e S Th ting: The Human Community Strikes Back quently, food, sustainable plant reproduction, and many Even when one does secure a functioning diversity of bee other ecological services of plants that restorationists tout species, the shadow of human anxiety soon darkens this must lead our community to being grateful to bees for accomplishment. e Th fear of stinging insects is intense, their labors. Yup, they really are busy. Yet keeping bees no surprise, and bees are usually filed away in the cat - in our restoration world is not easy. Most people in the egory labelled dangerous, not beneficial. Bee specialists world live in cities and the usefulness of plant communities exhaust themselves explaining the reality: only females providing food and habitat advantages is oen diffic ft ult to have stings,

Journal

Ecological RestorationUniversity of Wisconsin Press

Published: May 28, 2019

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