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Wild solitary bees offer a vital pollination service – but their nutritional needs aren’t understood

By Ellen Baker, PhD Candidate, Nutritional Ecology, University of Oxford
The nutritional needs of bees are complex and monoculture crops aren’t providing a diverse diet. Introducing more diverse wildflower meadows and green spaces could benefit wild pollinators.The Conversation

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