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Título: Opportunities and challenges in Asian bee research and conservation
Autor(es): Warrit, Natapot
Ascher, John
Basu, Parthib
Belavadi, Vasuki
Brockmann, Axel
Buchori, Damayanti
Dorey, James B
Hughes, Alice
Krishnan, Smitha
Ngo, Hien T.
Williams, Paul
Zhu, Chao-Dong
Abrol, Dharam
Bawa, Kamal
Bhatta, Chet
Borges, Renee M.
Bossert, Silas
Cervancia, Cleofas
Chatthanabun, Nontawat
Chesters, Douglas
Chinh, Phung Huu
Devkota, Kedar
Duc, Hanh Pham
Ferrari, Rafael
Garibaldi, Lucas Alejandro
Ge, Jin
Ghosh, Dibyajyoti
Huang, Dunyuan
Jung, Chuleui
Klein, Alexandra-Maria
Berenguer, Jonathan
Krichilsky, Erin
Kunte, Krushnamegh
Ling, Tial C.
Liu, Shanlin
Liu, Xiuwei
Luo, Arong
Luo, Shiqi
Mu, Junpeng
Nidup, Tshering
Niu, ZeQing
Nur-Zati, A. Mustafa
Olsson, Shannon B.
Otis, Gard W.
Ouyang, Fang
Peng, Yan-Qiong
Priawandiputra, Windra
Proshchalykin, Maxim
Raffiudin, Rika
Rameshkumar, Anandhan
Ren, Zongxin
Suruliraj, Azhagarraja
Sane, Sanjay
Shi, Xiaoyu
Palatty, Allesh Sinu
Smith, Deborah R.
Soh, Zestin W.W.
Somananthan, Hema
Sritongchuay, Tuanjit
Stewart, Alyssa B.
Sun, Cheng
Tang, Min
Thanoosing, Chawatat
Tscharntke, Teja
Vereecken, Nico
Wang, Su
Wayo, Kanuengnit
Wongsiri, Siriwat
Zhou, Xin
Xie, Zhenghua
Zhang, Dan
Zou, Yi
Zu, Pengjuan
Orr, Michael
Fecha de publicación: sep-2023
Editorial: ElSevier
Citación: Warrit, N., Ascher, J., Basu, P., Belavadi, V., Brockmann, A., Buchori, D., ... & Orr, M. (2023). Opportunities and challenges in Asian bee research and conservation. Biological Conservation, 110173.
Revista: Biological Conservation
Abstract: The challenges of bee research in Asia are unique and severe, reflecting different cultures, landscapes, and faunas. Strategies and frameworks developed in North America or Europe may not prove applicable. Virtually none of these species have been assessed by the IUCN and there is a paucity of public data on even the basics of bee distribution. If we do not know the species present, their distribution and threats, we cannot protect them, but our knowledge base is vanishingly small in Asia compared to the rest of the world. To better understand and meet these challenges, this perspective conveys the ideas accumulated over hundreds of years of cumulative study of Asian bees by the authors, including academic, governmental, and other researchers from 13 Asian countries and beyond. We outline the special circumstances of Asian bee research and the current state of affairs, highlight the importance of highly social species as flagships for the lesser-known solitary bees, the dire need for further research for food security, and identify target research areas in need of further study. Finally, we outline a framework via which we will catalyze future research in the region, especially via governmental and other partnerships necessary to effectively conserve species.
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ISSN: 0006-3207
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