When the subject is species and habitat preservation, most thoughts turn to the countryside where vast tracts of open land can be home to many species. Often, urban habitats are overlooked but should not be, especially on the insect scale. Some insect species can thrive in small patches of habitat if appropriately managed.
Managed agricultural land can have large tracts of monoculture that may not provide all the resources insects need to survive. Urban spaces are managed at a…
Source: Living With Insects Blog