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Introductory remarks on publicationslist
Ph.D. Study: Solitary bees and bumblebees in a Danish agricultural landscape - See Google Scholar link in right-hand menu.
In my Ph. D. project I studied and clarified several aspects of the ecology and biology of solitary bees and bumblebees occurring in the fragmented semi-natural habitats of a Danish agricultural landscape:
- Behavioural adaptations in a solitary bee species, to reduce parasitism from a nest parasite.
- Foraging- and nesting conditions for wild bees in hedgerows, forest edges, field- borders and other linear and areal habitats.
- Seasonal activity and succession of bee species.
- Species richness and relative abundance, including estimation of the actual number of species occurring in the agricultural landscape.
- Dispersal patterns in a winter oilseed rape field, importance of bees in pollination and potential competition from honeybees.
Supervisor at the Biological Institute, University of Copenhagen: Associate Professor Mikael Münster-Swendsen (deceased).
- PublishedCalabuig, Isabel, Dieguez, C., Izquierdo, I., Ramos, M., Scharff, Nikolaj & Enghoff, Henrik, 2003, ENHSIN, The European Natural History Specimen Information Network. Scoble, M. J. (ed.). London, UK: Natural History Museum, London, p. 41-75 35 p.
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Book chapter › Communication
Distribution and co-existence of the Macropis species and their cleptoparasite Epeoloides coecutiens (Fabr.) in NW Europe Hymenoptera: Apoidea, Melittidae and Apidae)Pekkarinen, A., Berg, Ø., Calabuig, Isabel, Janzon, L. & Luig, J., 2003, In : Entomologica Fennica. 14, 1, p. 53-59 7 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Journal article › Research › peer-review