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Urban domestic gardens support populations an anthrophilic native bee Leioproctus (Leioproctus) plumosus- supplementary material videos

Curtin University
Prendergast, Kit
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These videos record the nesting behaviour of an Australian native bee, Leioproctus plumosus (Colletidae) in residential gardens in Perth, Western Australia. Videos 1-3 were recorded in a backyard in Perth, in September 2010, and videos 4-5 were recorded at a property in Claremont, in September 2020.

SuppInfo1.mov: Male L. plumosus flying rapidly over the nesting substrate in which females were burrowing at Perth, in September 2019. Video by Kit Prendergast.
SuppInfo2.mov: A female L. plumosus entering her nest located in an urban backyard in Perth, in September 2019. Video by Kit Prendergast.
SuppInfo3.mov: The parasitic ichneumonid wasp Labium pattetum flying over the nesting area of L. plumosus in an urban backyard in Perth, September 2019. Video by Kit Prendergast.
SuppInfo4.mov: The large nesting aggregation of L. plumosus along the side of a house in Claremont, September 2020. Video by Kit Prendergast.
SuppInfo5.mov: Female L. plumosus searching for her nesting burrow along the side of a house in Claremont, September 2020. Video by Kit Prendergast.

 

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Created: 01 09 2019 to 30 09 2020

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