Report - Long Ashton Research Station

Report - Long Ashton Research Station

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In pears, Bibionids, Cordilurids and Muscids were all more abundant in the air than bees, and visual examination of the ... On apple blossoms, l7% of the insects seen were bees; Syrphids were slightly more common (l9%), and Bibionids (l2%) and Mycetophilids (ll%) nearly as common. When winds blew directly (90Ad + 45Ad) against the windbreaks, the total number of insects flying in the sheltered zoneanbsp;...

Title:Report - Long Ashton Research Station
Author:Long Ashton Research Station
Publisher: - 1968


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