Data from: Effects of landscape complexity on pollinators are moderated by pollinators’ association with mass-flowering crops

Thijs Fijen, Jeroen Scheper, Bastiaen Boekelo, Ivo Raemakers & David Kleijn
Conserving and restoring semi-natural habitat, i.e. enhancing landscape complexity, is one of the main strategies to mitigate pollinator decline in agricultural landscapes. However, we still have limited understanding of how landscape complexity shapes pollinator communities in both crop and non-crop habitat, and whether pollinator responses to landscape complexity vary with their association with mass-flowering crops. Here, we surveyed pollinator communities on mass-flowering leek crops and in nearby semi-natural habitat in landscapes of varying complexity. Surveys...
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