W. Priawandiputra, C. Y. Barsulo, A. D. Permana and K. Nakamura
Comparison of abundance and diversity of bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) collected by window traps among four types of forest on Noto Peninsula, Japan.
Number: 287, Pages: 1 - 23
A total of 426 individuals in 25 species and 5 families of bees were collected monthly from May to October in 2009 and 2010 using window traps at canopy and ground levels from four types of forest (pine, deciduous, evergreen and sugi) on Noto Peninsula. The highest numbers of individuals and species were recorded in pine forests, where no significant difference was found between managed and unmanaged sites. The abundance and diversity of bees were generally higher at canopy than at ground level.