Ecological Archives A025-053-A6

Fabrice Requier, Jean-Franc, Ois Odoux, Thierry Tamic, Nathalie Moreau, MickaŽl Henry, Axel Decourtye, and Vincent Bretagnolle. 2015. Honey bee diet in intensive farmland habitats reveals an unexpectedly high flower richness and a major role of weeds. Ecological Applications 25:881Ė890. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/14-1011.1

Appendix F. Seasonal patterns of (a) total brood area and (b) colony size of honey bee colonies from the same study area (redrawn from Odoux et al. (2014) with one year update (2008 to 2012).

Seasonal patterns of (a) total brood area (GAMM, F4,1455=200.9, p < 0.001) and (b) colony size (adult population, GAMM, F4,1455=78.16,p<0.001) of honey bee colonies from the same study area (redrawn from Odoux et al. (2014) with one year update (2008 to 2012).

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Literature cited

Odoux, J. F., P. Aupinel, S. Gateff, F. Requier, M. Henry, and V. Bretagnolle. 2014. ECOBEE: a tool for long-term bee colony monitoring at landscape scale in West European intensive agrosystems. Journal of Apicultural Research 53:57–66.


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