Phenological Trends in Wild Bees with Diverse Life History Traits

McCarthy, Max W.


  • Although phenological shifts are known from many species, predicting their occurrence and severity remains a difficult task. Understanding how life history traits relate to patterns of change may be an efficient approach to predicting phenological shifts in large and variable taxonomic groups. I used 167 years of museum specimen and citizen science data to analyze rates of phenological change in ... read more
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