Good question, warlonmaynes. Bee populations definitely effect biodiversity, but I am not sure it has to go the other way around. For example, when bees are used to pollinate crops such as cucumbers, strawberries, or grapes, bees are let loose by the millions and don’t seem to mind the fact that they only have one type of crop to work with. I think bees would thrive just fine with low biodiversity, but extensive biodiversity can’t exist without bees.
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