Subject: [ SDV ] Life Sciences [q-bio] | microsatellite haplotypes | colony density | feral honey bees | population size
International audience; AbstractApis mellifera is an important pollinator but is sometimes associated with adverse effects on natural ecosystems. We surveyed pairs of disturbed and undisturbed sites across three biomes in South East Australia. We used pheromone lures to... View more
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