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Australian Native Bees

Handbook / Manual
By: David Brouwer(Editor), Anne Dollin(Foreword By), Katja Hogendoorn(Introduction By)
174 pages, colour photos, colour & b/w illustrations
Australian Native Bees
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Combining the substantial expertise of many of Australia's leading native bee researchers, this book is a guide to observing and keeping Australia's broad range of native bee species.

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- Bee biology and behaviour
- Bees as pollinators
- Agricultural beescapes
- native bees for pollination services
- Urban bee ecology
- Creating artificial nest sites for Australian solitary and semi-social bees
- Bee identification
- Stingless bees
- Capturing, photographing and classifying bees
- Bee biosecurity
- FAQ about Australian native bees

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Handbook / Manual
By: David Brouwer(Editor), Anne Dollin(Foreword By), Katja Hogendoorn(Introduction By)
174 pages, colour photos, colour & b/w illustrations
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