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Verena Riedinger, Oliver Mitesser, Thomas Hovestadt, Ingolf Steffan-Dewenter, and Andrea Holzschuh. 2015. Annual dynamics of wild bee densities: attractiveness and productivity effects of oilseed rape. Ecology 96:13511360. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/14-1124.1

Appendix B. Recorded bee species and number of individuals.

Table B1. Recorded bee species and number of individuals pooled for 32 oilseed rape fields studied in 2011 and 2012.

 

No. of Individuals

Bombus

 

B. hortorum

1

B. lapidarius

93

B. pascuorum

13

B. pratorum

1

B. sylvarum

6

B. terrestris

37

unknown/not catched

2

 

 

Solitary bees

 

  Andrena

 

A. bicolor

2

A. chrysosceles

1

A. cineraria

30

A. dorsata

2

A. flavipes

16

A. fulva

2

A. fulvata

2

A. fulvicornis

1

A. gravida

2

A. haemorrhoa

16

A. helvola

4

A. labiata

1

A. lagopus

2

A. minutula

4

A. minutuloides

1

A. nana

2

A. nigroaenea

12

A. nitida

2

A. strohmella

1

A. subopaca

1

Anthophora aestivalis

1

Eucera nigrescens

1

Halictus

 

H. maculatus

1

H. tumulorum

6

Lasioglossum

 

L. calceatum

4

L. fulvicorne

7

L. glabriusculum

2

L. interruptum

3

L. laticeps

22

L. malachurum

9

L. morio

4

L. nitidulum

3

L. pauxillum

6

L. xanthopus

2

Nomada succinata

1

Osmia

 

O. aurulenta

1

O. bicolor

12

O. bicornis

12

O. brevicornis

2

Sphecodes ephippius

2

unknown/not catched

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