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By: Stephen L Buchmann(Author), Gary Paul Nabhan(Author), Paul Mirocha(Illustrator), Edward O Wilson(Foreword By)
292 pages, B/w illus
Plant-pollinator relationships offer vivid examples of the connections between endangered species and threatened habitats. The authors explain how human-induced changes in pollinator populations - caused by overuse of chemical pesticides, unbridled development, and conversion of natural areas into monocultural cropland - can have a ripple effect on disparate species, ultimately leading to a `cascade of extinctions'.
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