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Landscape type and floral resources modify plant-pollinator network structure and stability: implications for pathogen exchange. VOODOO Consortium

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A.J. Vanbergen
Willem Proesmans
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Matthias Albrecht
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Hajnalka Szentgyörgyi
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Anna Gajda
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Peter Neumann
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Maryline Pioz
Josef Settele
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Oliver Schweiger
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Robert Paxton
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Abstract

Pollinators face multiple, potentially interacting threats from human activities. The Biodiversa VOODOO project (https://voodoo-project.eu/) seeks to understand how landscape-use, through its impact on floral resources, affects plant-pollinator communities and the transmission of viruses between pollinator species. We present initial results to show how the architecture of plant-pollinator networks varies among agricultural, habitat mosaic, and urban landscapes, with consequences for co-extinctions. We show how modification of floral resources can affect network structure to shape interspecific transmission of viral pathogens and we provide early results that show how niche overlap among species governs the degree of viral pathogen sharing among wild and managed bees.
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hal-03926670 , version 1 (06-01-2023)

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A.J. Vanbergen, Willem Proesmans, Matthias Albrecht, Hajnalka Szentgyörgyi, Anna Gajda, et al.. Landscape type and floral resources modify plant-pollinator network structure and stability: implications for pathogen exchange. VOODOO Consortium. 6th European Congress of Conservation Biology “Biodiversity crisis in a changing world”. ECCB 2022, Aug 2022, Prague, Czech Republic. ⟨hal-03926670⟩
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