The Impact of Anthidium manicatum on Native Pollinators.

O'Brien, Isabel S.

2015

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  • Exotic species often confer fitness effects on existing species through the alteration of the native landscape. Anthidium manicatum, commonly known as the European wool carder bee, is a nonnative species introduced to North America in the 1960s that has been documented to alter the foraging patterns of native bumblebees. This study looked at the fitness effects of A. manicatum on a native bumblebe... read more
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