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Food in a row: urban trees offer valuable floral resources to pollinating insects

Bibliographic reference Somme, Laurent ; Moquet, Laura ; Quinet, Muriel ; Vanderplanck, Maryse ; Michez, Denis ; et. al. Food in a row: urban trees offer valuable floral resources to pollinating insects. In: Urban Ecosystems, Vol. 19, p. 1149-1161 (2016)
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