Fig. 8. Images showing crop pollination areas, i.e., the area being serviced by pollinating bees based on forest patches ≥ 1 ha in the Madagascar case study. On the left, the area is serviced under the assumption that the distance within which most pollinator foraging occurs is set to 1400 m. On the right, the area is serviced with much more restricted foraging of < 400 m (see Bodin et al. 2006).