Data for Rosenberger & Conforti. Native and agricultural grassland use by stable and declining bumble bees in Midwestern North America. Insect Cons. & Div.

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Little is known about how agricultural and native grasslands impact bumble bee populations in the Midwestern United States. We surveyed bumble bee populations over 3 years (2017-2019) at Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie in restored prairie, cattle and bison pastures. Raw data from that work is included in this file. These data were used in the manuscript "Native and agricultural grassland use by stable and declining bumble bees in Midwestern North America" by Derek Rosenberger and McKenna Conforti, and published in the journal Insect Conservation and Diversity in 2020.

The data set used by the authors for their research into the habitat of bumble bees in Midwestern North America in their article published in Insect Conservation and Diversity in September 2020.

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