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Pollinators 'lured away by farms'

Kabul : Afghanistan | Jul 30, 2011 at 5:34 PM PDT
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Pollinators lured away by farmland, study shows Environment reporter, BBC News The researchers say their findings could be applied to habitats around the globe A study has challenged the idea that areas such as farmland provide pollinating insects with a "corridor" between fragmented habitats.... FULL ARTICLE AT BBC
 
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