The Pollinators Project of the National Biological Information Infrastructure (NBII), is pleased to announce the publication of eleven new dichotomous bee keys
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, Oct 6, 2009
The Pollinators Project of the National Biological
Information Infrastructure (NBII), is pleased to announce the publication
of eleven new dichotomous bee keys completed this year by Michael Arduser
(Natural History Biologist, Missouri Department of Conservation).
Initially developed as part of a "Bees
of Missouri" project that is now being expanded to include all species
east of the Great Plains, the keys are all works-in-progress, and will
be updated/improved/corrected as necessary. Each key can be downloaded
as a PDF document from <http://www.nbii.gov/beekeys/>.
The NBII Pollinators Project <http://pollinators.nbii.gov/>
supports efforts to increase access to information about the taxonomy,
biology, ecology, conservation status, and threats to native pollinators,
pollinator-dependent species, and pollinator habitats in the United States
Please address any corrections/suggestions
for the keys to Mike at <michael.arduser@...> and any comments
regarding the Web page may be addressed to Elizabeth Sellers (Manager,
NBII Pollinators Project) <esellers@...>.
National Biological Information Infrastructure <www.nbii.gov>
National Program Office
United States Geological Survey
12201 Sunrise Valley Drive, Mail Stop 302
Reston, VA 20192 USA
Ph 703.648.4385 | Fax 703.648.4224 | esellers@...
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