Defining the Insect Pollinator Community Found in Iowa Corn and Soybean Fields: Implications for Pollinator Conservation

M. J. Wheelock
M. J. Wheelock
K. P. Rey
K. P. Rey

ENVIRONMENTAL ENTOMOLOGY, pp. 1099.0-1106.0, 2016.

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Although corn (Zea mays L.) and soybeans (Glycine max L.) do not require pollination, they offer floral resources used by insect pollinators. We asked if a similar community of insect pollinators visits these crops in central Iowa, a landscape dominated by corn and soybean production. We used modified pan traps (i.e., bee bowls) in both c...More

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