Data from: Bees use anthropogenic habitats despite strong natural habitat preferences

Miguel A. Collado, Daniel Sol & Ignasi Bartomeus
Aim: Habitat loss and alteration are widely considered one of the main drivers of current pollinator diversity loss. Yet little is known about habitat importance and preferences for major groups of pollinators, although this information is crucial to anticipate and mitigate the current decline of their populations. We aim to rank and assess the importance of different habitats for bees, to determine the preference for and avoidance of particular habitat types by different bees, and...
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