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Fwd: A Beekeeper's Dream: From Iran to Missouri

... From: USDA NRCS Missouri Date: Thu, Aug 27, 2015 at 10:12 AM Subject: A Beekeeper's Dream: From Iran to Missouri To:
Peter Bernhardt
Aug 27
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4078

Fwd: PterostylisDiminuta

Rudie Kuiter is a wildlife photographer living in Seaford, Victoria, Australia. He used to work with David Attenborough. For several years he's been updating
Peter Bernhardt
Aug 24
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Re: Megachile frigida/mucida ID [5 Attachments]

Hi Joel, *Megachile mucida* males do not have the sharp ridge on the apex of the front femur that is seen in *M. frigida*. That character should help you
Jason Gibbs
Aug 21
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Megachile frigida/mucida ID

Hi all, this bee has me puzzled. It was determined by Mitchell as Megachile frigida, and it seems to agree with M. frigida in all respects except for the
Joel Gardner
Aug 20
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Re: Need help in identification

Yes, the bright yellow one is a vespoid wasp. The other one is a bee, looks like Lipotriches. Joel Gardner
Joel Gardner
Aug 19
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pollinator plants in Guatemala

I recently had someone ask whether they knew of any good pollinator resources in Guatemala- specifically trees, but other plants as well. Anyone know of any
Hillary Sardiñas
Aug 18
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Need help in identification

Hello everyone, Can you please help me identify these? Is the bright yellow banded one a wasp? Thank You Manjishtha Bhattacharyya
manjishthabhattacharyya
Aug 18
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August 15 officially Oregon Native Bee Conservation Awareness Day

Hello Bee Monitoring folks, Good news! Oregon Governor Brown declared August 15 as Oregon Native Bee Conservation Awareness Day – attached is her
Brian Dykstra
Aug 15
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Re: Need help in IDing bees [9 Attachments]

Ceratina - likely subgenus Pithitis. The pearly banded one is Nomia the dark one - not so sure, maybe Lipotriches. Sent: Saturday, August 15, 2015 at 8:53 AM
laurence packer
Aug 15
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Need help in IDing bees

Hello everyone, I recently caught these bees on Parthenium at my study site. Can you please help me ID them? The green bee looks like Ceratina but I don't know
manjishthabhattacharyya
Aug 15
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next week?

Hi Berry and Emily, hope you are doing well. I did take my time Berry like you suggested but because I got a bug on the plane or somewhere along the way, but I
Melina Lozano Duran
Aug 14
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Bee talks/posters at the ESA's annual meeting

The 100th annual meeting is still going on in Baltimore, but here's a list of presentations with the key-word "bee" in the titles or abstracts. David Inouye
David Inouye
Aug 13
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Fwd: Special Symposium Notice

... From: Peter Hoch Date: Thu, Aug 13, 2015 at 1:19 AM Subject: Special Symposium Notice To: Research ,
Peter Bernhardt
Aug 12
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parasitized Bombus?

These two photos are from a queen? collected in Nova Scotia, Canada this summer. A colleague was hanging on to them to show to someone else and I happened to
Ann Fraser
Aug 12
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Re: Yes, some Chinese Eat Immature Wasps [1 Attachment]

Yes, another friend visited China and was served the giant hornet (not sure if adult or pupa) in a large round mass of them boiled in a cabbage leaf. I
Liz Day
Aug 9
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