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Early spring floral foraging resources for pollinators in wet heathlands in Belgium

Bibliographic reference Moquet, Laura ; Mayer, Carolin ; Michez, Denis ; Wathelet, Bernard ; Jacquemart, Anne-Laure. Early spring floral foraging resources for pollinators in wet heathlands in Belgium. In: Journal of Insect Conservation : an international journal devoted to the conservation of insects and related invertebrates, Vol. septembre, p. 1-12 (2015)
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