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Re: UV/Fan Mosquito Dyna Trap as Generalized Bee/Insect Collecting D

There's an "ultralight" version here that's basically just the head of it and you'd have to rig up a cover for it. On one hand, it does not have a
    Dave Almquist
    10:35 AM
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    Fwd: Re: [beemonitoring] Scare Tactics?

    Anita Collins, Ph.D. Research Geneticist, USDA, ARS, Bee Research, retired Adjunct Professor, Pennsylvania State University, Entomology If we knew what we were
    Anita M. Collins
    8:47 AM
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    Re: Scare Tactics?

    In reading the article, I'd say the wording used by the writer and the authors of the study is misleading, to say the least. In fact it's no surprise that the
    Anita M. Collins
    8:40 AM
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    UV/Fan Mosquito Dyna Trap as Generalized Bee/Insect Collecting Devic

    All I was recently on a Georgia Sea Isle and saw two of the illustrated traps below. I looked in their baskets and in addition to a bunch of midge/mosquito
      Droege, Sam
      4:41 AM
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      Scare Tactics?

      Please go to the following link. Do you think the media is overdoing it, just a bit, or is the situation as grim as they make it? Some sites are referring to
      Peter Bernhardt
      3:18 AM
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      2016 U.S. Bee Course

      Folks: THE BEE COURSE is a 10-day workshop offered for conservation biologists, pollination ecologists and other biologists who want to gain greater knowledge
      Cane, Jim
      Feb 5
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      Solar energy sites & pollinator plantings

      Hi, folks. This is Crystal Boyd, the bee researcher with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. Do you know of any research on pollinators and habitat
      Crystal Boyd
      Feb 3
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      Fwd: Corpse in bloom in Adelaide

      ... From: John Martin Date: Tue, Feb 2, 2016 at 12:29 PM Subject: Corpse in bloom in Adelaide To: Adam Tietz
        Peter Bernhardt
        Feb 1
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        Re: Fwd:

        Peter, thank you for clarifying the situation here. Anita Anita Collins, Ph.D. Research Geneticist, USDA, ARS, Bee Research, retired Adjunct Professor,
        Anita M. Collins
        Jan 28
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        Re: species ID in bee house [2 Attachments]

        Dear Dr. Ai Wen, Based on the photos, description and dates of activity, I suggest that a solitary grass-carrying wasp (e.g. Genus Isodontia Family Specidae)
        Brian Dykstra
        Jan 27
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        species ID in bee house

        Hello all, Earlier last year I sent out some emails asking suggestions on building bee houses, and we got some very helpful feedbacks. My student and I tried a
        Ai Wen
        Jan 27
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        Fwd:

        Thanks to Mary I have an answer to all the questions posed earlier. As usual, things were not quite s they seemed in the video. Peter ... From: Matthew Smart
        Peter Bernhardt
        Jan 27
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        Re: Fwd: [Pollinator] USGS Pollinator Research and Monitoring Video

        Watching the video, I had concerns similar to Dr. Bernhardt’s. The video uses the inclusive term "pollinator," but made a token mention of "wild"
        Crumbling, Deana
        Jan 27
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        Fwd: [Pollinator] USGS Pollinator Research and Monitoring Video

        Dear Mary: Please congratulate whoever made this smooth, competent and attractive video. It does leave some questions. 1) How many hives are under study at
        Peter Bernhardt
        Jan 27
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        Re: Soil Organic Matter and Ground nesters

        Zach and others- I agree, if there is an effect, it is likely to reflect soil attributes (fine roots perhaps, or water-holding capacity, or water logging, or
        Cane, Jim
        Jan 23
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