Social network of bees and wasps investigated

A YOUNG researcher at the University of Western Australia is researching bee and wasp networks in WA's Wheatbelt – and one offshoot of his work will be a greater knowledge of the native pollinators and pest-controllers operating in farming landscapes.

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Researcher Mark Murphy is from UWA's School of Animal Biology and has been working at 48 sites of remnant bushland on farmland around Brookton, Corrigin, Narrogin, Pingelly and Wagin as part of