All, I recognize that this is a ‘beemonitoring’ group – but thought I would throw out the following query as I have found you all to be quiteMessage 1 of 7 , Jan 5, 2010View Source
I recognize that this is a ‘beemonitoring’ group – but thought I would throw out the following query as I have found you all to be quite resourceful:
I am looking for information on construction of a temporary (~ 2 months) large outdoor butterfly enclosure (~ 20 m x 10m X 2 m high) to be installed on a short-grass prairie for research purposes. Does anyone have experience/information on suitable low-cost materials and design for such a flight cage for small skipper-sized butterflies?
Happy New Year, all! I am writing to see if anyone can help me on short notice, with some ideas or references. I am collaborating with several mathematiciansMessage 2 of 7 , Jan 6, 2010View Source
Happy New Year, all!
I am writing to see if anyone can help me on short notice, with some ideas or references. I am collaborating with several mathematicians and other biologists on a proposal that seeks to model the effects of climate change on habitats and organisms. I would like to tie in my future work with native bees and pollination. Does anyone know of any data sets or publications relating to this, particularly for the mid-Atlantic region or for blueberry pollinators?
Thanks and apologies for the lack of “homework” on this. I was asked to participate just before the holidays and the proposal is due on Feb. 11.
Barbara J. Abraham, Ph.D.
SEEDS Ecology Chapter Advisor
Department of Biological Sciences
Hampton, VA 23668
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