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114Re: [beemonitoring] An Evaluation of Bowls vs. Netting captures from the Eastern U.S.

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  • Leslie Saul
    Jul 6, 2007
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      Re: [beemonitoring] An Evaluation of Bowls vs. Netting cap
      Hi Sam,

      Thanks very much for this. I have been wondering whether Habropoda and Anthophora come readily to the bowls since some localities in Utah have caught very few of these in bowls.  So this is good information.

      Regards,

      Leslie

      All:

      I have put together a brief evaluation of the species/genera patterns of our past captures of native bees in bowls and while netting.

      That summary is attached or you can take a look at it at:

      http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/beemonitoring/files/

      Enjoy.

      sam

                                                        
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