Quantifying nectar production by flowering plants in urban and rural landscapes

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Floral resources (nectar and pollen) provide food for insect pollinators but have declined in the countryside due to land use change. Jane Memmott discusses the nectar supply of urban areas, farmland and nature reserves in the UK by combining floral abundance and nectar sugar production data for 536 flowering plant taxa.

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