Exploring the prevalence and diversity of pollen carried by four species of migratory Old World warbler (Sylvioidea) on arrival in the UK

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Wood, Matthew J; Morgan, Peter J; Webb, Julia C; Goodenough, Anne E; Chambers, Frank M; Hart, Adam G;

Capsule Pollen encrusted around the bill of migrating warblers can reveal marked differences in foraging ecology between bird species.\ud Aims To examine patterns of the prevalence and diversity of pollen in four species of warbler, and explore the potential of pollen t... View more
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