Data from: Negative effects of pesticides on wild bee communities can be buffered by landscape context

Mia G. Park, Eleanor J. Blitzer, Jason Gibbs, John E. Losey & Bryan N. Danforth
Wild bee communities provide underappreciated but critical agricultural pollination services. Given predicted global shortages in pollination services, managing agroecosystems to support thriving wild bee communities is, therefore, central to ensuring sustainable food production. Benefits of natural (including semi-natural) habitat for wild bee abundance and diversity on farms are well documented. By contrast, few studies have examined toxicity of pesticides on wild bees, let alone effects of farm-level pesticide exposure on entire bee communities. Whether beneficial...
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