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Pollinator conference: Early registration deadline is near

August 1 is the last day for early registration (lowest rates) for the Protecting Pollinators in Ornamental Landscapes Conference in Hendersonville, NC
Elsa Youngsteadt
Jul 23
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Re: Need help with an ID [1 Attachment]

... This one looks like a male Bombus griseocollis on its perch territory looking for females. Each male sits on an elevated spot, and they chase each other
Liz Day
Jul 22
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Re: Need help with an ID

Where are you/is the bee - somewhere in the U.S.? Wild guess - it could be Bombus impatiens (Common Eastern Bumblebee) or B. griseocollis (Brown belted
Sellers, Elizabeth
Jul 22
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Need help with an ID

Need a hand with an id. Ill be collecting a specimen later this morn but wanted to see if you could all could help. Have a school that is a buzz with this
Don Shump
Jul 22
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Re: Native Bees of GA website FINALLY up-&-running...

... ....yea, the site's URL might be good to share too... Native Bees of GA http://native-bees-of-georgia.ggc.edu/ I am glad to see this new tool, and I will
pollinator2001
Jul 15
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Smooth Cone Flower

Dear All, I am updating a document on the biology and pollination of Smooth Coneflower (Echinacea laevigata) and was wondering if anyone had any recent papers
Rob
Jul 15
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Re: Help the US Forest Service to choose a few good plants for nativ

Interested in learning how to support this effort for the American Affiliated Western Pacific, the Marianas and Micronesia? Bart Lawrence Assistant Director,
Bart Lawrence
Jul 15
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Re: Native Bees of GA website FINALLY up-&-running...

....yea, the site's URL might be good to share too... Native Bees of GA *Nicholas Glynn Stewart* *Project Designer
Nicholas Stewart
Jul 14
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Re: Native Bees of GA website FINALLY up-&-running...

Oh, and overlook the Flower Preferences for most of the groups at this point - they're either far from complete or simply say 'Generalists/polylectic. We're
Nicholas Stewart
Jul 14
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Native Bees of GA website FINALLY up-&-running...

Hello melitto-philes one and all: Our website is finally up and running. Thanks to the continuing support (5-yrs running thus far) from the USDA-SSARE, we've
Nicholas Stewart
Jul 14
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Re: [Apoidea] RE: Help the US Forest Service to choose a few good pl

I checked the Pollinator Partnership guides for my area (Prairie Parkland - a term I hadn't encountered before  and Southwest Plateau and Plains Dry Steppe).
Jack Neff
Jul 14
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Re: Help the US Forest Service to choose a few good plants for nativ

Hi Jim, I would be happy to collaborate. Just don't have much forest experience with best bee plants. But, give me some help for 2016 (spr. and summer) , and
Gordon W. FRANKIE
Jul 14
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Re: Help the US Forest Service to choose a few good plants for nativ

Hi Jim, Attached is the paper by Alexandra and I that outlines what we think are "bee plants" in tall grass prairies (and why we think that). Of course, some
Hendrix, Stephen D
Jul 14
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Help the US Forest Service to choose a few good plants for native be

Folks- this will be relevant for some of you in the USA. As part of the President's new Pollinator Initiative, each regional botanist in the US Forest Service
Cane, Jim
Jul 14
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Fwd: RE: [beemonitoring] deformed wing virus in Koppert bumblebees?

Here's some info from one of the honey bee virologists at Beltsville, MD. Anita Collins, Ph.D. Research Geneticist, USDA, ARS, Bee Research, retired Adjunct
Anita M. Collins
Jul 13
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