GREAT LAKES, GREAT BEES

Michigan State University, Department of Entomology

This blog is dedicated to the amazingly diverse Michigan bees. Learn about past, current and future research projects related to both managed and wild bees. 

 

This blog is written and curated by members of the Isaacs Lab at Michigan State University. 

 

February 27, 2018

Landscape simplification is bad for bees. As agriculture becomes more widespread, less natural and semi-natural areas remain intact, and fewer valuable foraging and nesting resources are available to wild bees. Most wild bees are solitary, meaning that unlike their soc...

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