I second this assertion. I asked for a similar thing couple years back, but I understand how busy Dr. Pickering, Sam and the DL team are! If anyone knows aMessage 1 of 4 , Feb 18View Source
I second this assertion. I asked for a similar thing couple years back, but I understand how busy Dr. Pickering, Sam and the DL team are!
If anyone knows a good way to compile species lists for states - even better, regions - I too am in the market.
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On Feb 6, 2013 4:33 PM, "Eric Mader" <eric@...> wrote:Hi folks,Does anyone know of a simple way to query DiscoverLife for state-level species checklists?It's pretty clear that you can do it for whole countries, and parts of states in some cases (e.g. Molokai). It would be really helpful if there was some easy way to create quick state-level checklists.Any thoughts?Thanks!-E.---Eric Mӓder- Assistant Pollinator Program Director, The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation- Assistant Professor of Extension, University of Minnesota Department of Entomology- USDA-NRCS Technical Service Provider, TSP-10-6572
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Dear All, I am searching for drawings or photographs of Hoplitis papaveris (Megachilidae), the upholsterer bee, which utilizes primarily Papaver petals in nestMessage 1 of 4 , Feb 19View SourceDear All,I am searching for drawings or photographs of Hoplitis papaveris (Megachilidae), the upholsterer bee, which utilizes primarily Papaver petals in nest cell building. This bee is native to Europe and Asia. Thanks in advance!Brian Dykstra