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Actions to conserve biodiversity

We have summarised evidence from the scientific literature about the effects of actions to conserve wildlife and ecosystems.

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Introduce mated females to small populations to improve genetic diversity

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Awaiting assessment 1 Introduce mated females to small populations to improve genetic diversity

Rear and manage populations of solitary bees

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Awaiting assessment 9 Rear and manage populations of solitary bees

Rear declining bumblebees in captivity

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Awaiting assessment 25 Rear declining bumblebees in captivity

Reintroduce laboratory-reared bumblebee colonies to the wild

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Awaiting assessment 8 Reintroduce laboratory-reared bumblebee colonies to the wild

Reintroduce laboratory-reared bumblebee queens to the wild

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Awaiting assessment 0 Reintroduce laboratory-reared bumblebee queens to the wild

Translocate bumblebee colonies in nest boxes

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Awaiting assessment 3 Translocate bumblebee colonies in nest boxes

Translocate solitary bees

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Awaiting assessment 1 Translocate solitary bees
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