Data from: Effects of neonicotinoid insecticide exposure and monofloral diet on nest-founding bumblebee queens

Mar Leza, Kristal M. Watrous, Jade Bratu & S. Hollis Woodard
Bumblebees are among the world’s most important groups of pollinating insects in natural and agricultural ecosystems. Each spring, queen bumblebees emerge from overwintering and initiate new nests, which ultimately give rise to workers and new reproductives later in the season. Nest initiation and survival are thus key drivers of both bumblebee pollination services and population dynamics. We performed the first laboratory experiment with the model bumblebee species Bombus impatiens that explores how early nesting success...
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