Buzzyear

21.05.2018 4 Comments

Shrill carder bee Bombus sylvarum by Stuart Connop Forage patches sown with favoured forage species of the bees Lotus glaber, Odontites verna, Ballota nigra, Lotus corniculatus and Trifolium pratense successfully attracted B. A field full of perfect forage for the brown-banded and shrill carder bees. Fabaceae, Scrophulariaceae and Lamiaceae were recorded as being the floral families most frequently and consistently visited by the bees with pollen being most commonly collected from Fabaceae and Scrophulariaceae. Bombus humilis and B. Studying their habitat use, and spatial movements within the landscape is critical to developing the understanding needed to restore habitat for these species on a landscape scale. These distances were considered to be appropriate spatial scales for nesting and foraging habitat management. Results from this study were fed into a year habitat management program for the bees at Hadleigh Park, South Benfleet, Essex. That includes remaining involved in research projects in South Essex investigating best practice for habitat creation for the bees, including a long-term monitoring project at Hadleigh Park.

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Such collaborative initiatives are vital if we are to ensure that we continue to experience this beautiful species across our landscapes for a long time to come. Mean minimum foraging distances estimated from distances separating sister bees were calculated as m for B. Trying to unravel the mysteries of bumblebee movements in the landscape using mark-recapture. By Stuart Connop Whilst my research focus now has expanded to take a more holistic approach to habitat creation for biodiversity, particularly in an urban context, I still take a keen interest in the plight of these two species. Studying their habitat use, and spatial movements within the landscape is critical to developing the understanding needed to restore habitat for these species on a landscape scale. A field full of perfect forage for the brown-banded and shrill carder bees. Part of the Roscommon Way Study. Rarefaction analysis of dietary preference data revealed that the mean number of plant species B. Results from this study were fed into a year habitat management program for the bees at Hadleigh Park, South Benfleet, Essex. That includes remaining involved in research projects in South Essex investigating best practice for habitat creation for the bees, including a long-term monitoring project at Hadleigh Park. Following a few chats and requests related to this project, I have now made it a bit easier to track down my PhD thesis. No technique was found for reliably locating nests, and only three nests were located in the study. Bombus humilis and B. By Stuart Connop For the first time, microsatellite DNA analysis was used to assess foraging distances of rare bumblebees. Fabaceae, Scrophulariaceae and Lamiaceae were recorded as being the floral families most frequently and consistently visited by the bees with pollen being most commonly collected from Fabaceae and Scrophulariaceae. The mean number of plant species B. The aim being to identify gaps in understanding and develop a Species Recovery Plan. Created at Hadleigh Park by green haying. One of these metapopulations was in the East Thames Corridor South Essex and North Kent and the project was an investigation of why the populations were able to persist in these areas. This will bring together and consolidate current understanding, and identify gaps in understanding as foci for future research efforts. The Working Group is carrying out a critical review of current understanding in relation to the conservation of the species in the UK. Brown-banded carder bee Bombus humilis by Stuart Connop Maps were produced of the South Essex distributions of the bees and a combination of field surveys, pollen sampling, habitat manipulation and microsatellite DNA analysis were used to investigate the forage requirements, nesting preferences and spatial dynamics of the bees. Those that were found were situated in relatively undisturbed tall rough grassland with a sunny exposure. At the time of my studies, both species were limited to a handful of metapopulations across the country. These distances were considered to be appropriate spatial scales for nesting and foraging habitat management. Shrill carder bee Bombus sylvarum by Stuart Connop Forage patches sown with favoured forage species of the bees Lotus glaber, Odontites verna, Ballota nigra, Lotus corniculatus and Trifolium pratense successfully attracted B.

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4 thoughts on “Buzzyear”

  1. These distances were considered to be appropriate spatial scales for nesting and foraging habitat management. Those that know me will know that this species is a passion of mine and formed a key part of my PhD studies.

  2. Trying to unravel the mysteries of bumblebee movements in the landscape using mark-recapture.

  3. Bombus humilis and B. Shrill carder bee Bombus sylvarum by Stuart Connop Forage patches sown with favoured forage species of the bees Lotus glaber, Odontites verna, Ballota nigra, Lotus corniculatus and Trifolium pratense successfully attracted B.

  4. The aim being to identify gaps in understanding and develop a Species Recovery Plan. Mean minimum foraging distances estimated from distances separating sister bees were calculated as m for B.

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