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Pollinator extinctions alter structure of ecological networks

The absence of a single dominant bumblebee Species from an ecosystem disrupts foraging patterns among a broad range of remaining pollinators in the system -- from other bees to butterflies, beetles and more, field experiments show. Swallowtail Butterfly [Credit: iStock]Biology Letters published the research, which may have implications for the survival of both rare wild plants and major food crops as many Pollinator species are in...

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