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Professor Natalie Lemanski in Entomology Today

Dr. Natalie Lemanski standing among trees in front of a lake.

Dr. Natalie Lemanski, assistant professor of biology, spoke about the importance of biodiversity in the environment in Entomology Today. The article brings awareness to Lemanski’s research published in Nature & Ecology Evolution in 2022, finding that the number of bee species needed over a growing season was greater than in a single day, suggesting that biodiversity may be critical to ecosystem function at longer timescales if different species are needed to provide function at different times.