About 94 per cent of wild bee and native plant species networks lost, York study finds

Professor Sandra Rehan, along with her University of New Hampshire graduate student, Minna Mathiasson, found there is a loss of 94 percent of plant-pollinator networks in northeastern North America.  This was due to the loss of bees, plants, or  both, or because bees no longer visit certain plants.  Their findings are published in Insect Conservation and Diversity.

Y-file article: About 94 per cent of wild bee and native plant species networks lost, York study finds