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Record #139035:

Micrometeorological impacts on insect activity and plant reproductive success in an Alpine environment, Swedish Lapland / Peter Bergman, Ulf Molau, Björn Holmgren.

Title: Micrometeorological impacts on insect activity and plant reproductive success in an Alpine environment, Swedish Lapland / Peter Bergman, Ulf Molau, Björn Holmgren.
Author(s): Bergman, Peter.
Molau, Ulf.
Holmgren, Björn.
Date: 1996.
In: Arctic and Alpine Research. (1996.), Vol. 28(2) (1996)
Abstract: Effects of weather on flight and flower-visiting by bumblebees and butterflies were studied to examine insects' role as pollinators. Both creatures showed diurnal activity pattern, butterflies being more constrained. 1% of butterflies visited flowers, compared to 69% of bees.
Notes:

Arctic and Alpine Research. Vol. 28(2) :196-202 (1996).

Keywords: 574 -- Ecology.
581.16 -- Reproduction, botany.
595.78 -- Lepidoptera.
595.79 -- Hymenoptera.
F -- Biological sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*571.1) -- Norrbottens lan.
SPRI record no.: 139035

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