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Spatial and temporal variations in floral resource availability affect bumblebee communities in heathlands

Bibliographic reference Moquet, Laura ; Bacchetta, Rossana ; Laurent, Estelle ; Jacquemart, Anne-Laure. Spatial and temporal variations in floral resource availability affect bumblebee communities in heathlands. In: Biodiversity and Conservation, Vol. 26, no.3, p. 687-702 (2017)
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