Pollinator interactions between Bombus hortorum and Rosa arvensis

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Authors Title Journal Pub Year Pub Vol DOI Methology Pollinator Survey Plant Survey NBN Pollinator Code Pollinator Species Caste NBN Plant Code Plant Species Interactions Date Month Year Grid Letter Grid Code Latitude Longitude Habitat Pollina-tion Quality Pollen Nectar Record
T. J. Wood (2017) The effect of agri-environment schemes on farmland bee populations Revide Biologischemes Tropit l 2017 DO Group Group NHMSYS0000875562 Bombus hortorum NHMSYS0000462445 Rosa arvensis 4 TQ 359094 50.8681 -0.07 Arable and Horticulture 2 Y Y 10290
L. G. Carvalheiro et al. (2008) Pollinator networks, alien species and the conservation of rare plants: Trinia glauca as a case study Journal of Applied Ecology 2008 45 10.1111/j.1365-2664.2008.01518.x DO All All NHMSYS0000875562 Bombus hortorum NHMSYS0000462445 Rosa arvensis 1 ST 5674 51.46 -2.63 Calcareous Grassland 3 10160
T. J. Wood et al. (2015) Pollinator-friendly management does not increase the diversity of farmland bees and wasps Biological Conservation 2015 187 10.1016/j.biocon.2015.04.022 DO Group All NHMSYS0000875562 Bombus hortorum Q NHMSYS0000462445 Rosa arvensis 1 15 7 2013 SU 740359 51.118 -0.944 Arable and Horticulture 2 Y 10489
T. J. Wood et al. (2015) Pollinator-friendly management does not increase the diversity of farmland bees and wasps Biological Conservation 2015 187 10.1016/j.biocon.2015.04.022 DO Group All NHMSYS0000875562 Bombus hortorum W NHMSYS0000462445 Rosa arvensis 3 4 7 2014 SU 347512 51.259 -1.503 Arable and Horticulture 2 Y 10509