Ecological Archives A025-045-A1
Jennifer C. Geib, James P. Strange, and Candace Galen. 2015. Bumble bee nest abundance, foraging distance, and host–plant reproduction: implications for management and conservation. Ecological Applications 25:768–778. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/14-0151.1
Appendix A. Supplementary figures showing geographic location of study sites on Pennsylvania Mountain, Colorado, species composition of Bombus workers sampled at each site, and measurement of distance between study sites.
Fig. A1. Pennsylvania Mountain, Colorado, study sites. Photo credit: J. C. Geib
Fig. A2. Species composition of Bombus worker bee samples collected at each of the four study sites.
Fig. A3. Measurement of distance between study sites, used in estimating Bombus foraging distance.
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