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Seasonal jobs in research on bee pollination of pumpkins and squash Hi bee group, CT Agricultural Experiment Station is taking applications for three anticipated positions from May to October 2014 studying pollination and bees
Fwd: Nature vol 506 pg 364-366 Feb 20, 2014 That big paper on bumblebee and honeybee disease associations has finally been published in the journal, Nature. A copy is attached. Peter
Pollination deficits The most recent issue of the Journal of Pollination Ecology has a special section devoted to crop plants with inadequate pollination rates. This may be useful
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Re: New paper about bumble bee decline, no decline in other bees in Thanks to those who sent me copies of the paper. I’m not sure I can post the paper online, due to copyright, but here is the link:
Epipactis pollinated by wasps This Youtube site will take you to three videos on Epipactis pollination by wasps. The plants are growing near Darwin's House in Kent, England. The old
Re: smart phone/field microscope/camera - $10.00 U.S. Hi, All – Thanks to yet another snowstorm, I had a chance to try the camera platform mentioned below.
New paper about bumble bee decline, no decline in other bees in Nort Hi all, Came across this press release from the American Museum of Natural History, but the paper isn't up on the PNAS website yet, as far as I can tell. Kim
Re: Gaylussacia vs Vaccinium Sam, I know we collected a number of bees on Gaylussacia especially in 2010-2011, but I would have to look up which ones and how many when I am at work with my
Women's collective in Mexico raises stingless bees Meliponi beecheii, an endangered bee that produces honey? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4c4v1E2mRhw&feature=share
Gaylussacia vs Vaccinium All My impression is that despite what is often an abundant understory plant and its close relationship to Blueberries that Huckleberries rarely have fewer
Re: 3D Eulaeuma What an excellent teaching tool! Clay Bolt | Natural History Photographer www.claybolt.com | 198 Jenkins Way, Easley, SC 29640, USA, 1.864.385.4616 | SKYPE:
3D Eulaeuma An interesting presentation of bee architecture...models for other plants and animals are also present at this site. http://3d.si.edu/explorer?modelid=58 Sam
New Program to Improve Pollinator Health Hi, Bee Folk- A few days ago USDA released an exciting announcement: ‘Agriculture Secretary Announces $3 Million for a New Program to Improve Pollinator
Bumble Bee Pathology Post Doc Logan Bee Lab Posted for Jamie Strange....reply directly to email below....sam Research Associate (Post-doc) in Bumble Bee Pathology at the USDA-ARS Logan Bee Lab GS-0414-11
Re: Bee Reference Collection We don't have enough specimens of most species here at WVU to ship them away unfortunately, but if you wanted to bring your specimens here and compare with
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Bee Reference Collection Hello everyone, I am MaLisa Spring from Marietta College. I am currently finishing up a project looking at the bee diversity in Washington County, Ohio. I was
Re: Fwd: [Pollinator] Workshop: California's Native Bees: Biology, E Does anyone know of any upcoming workshops (in the next ~ 6-9 months) that would focus on Midwest or Eastern US bee groups?
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Fwd: [Pollinator] Workshop: California's Native Bees: Biology, Ecolo More Identification Workshops! *Workshop Announcement* California's Native Bees: Biology, Ecology, and Identification June 4-8, 2014 at UC Hastings Reserve in
Bee biologists in Japan? We are looking for a laboratory in Japan that might open its facilities to a PhD student here at St. Louis University for a couple of weeks in June or July or
Re: Identification of Northeastern Nomada Workshop It is a shame this is scheduled at the exact same time as the ESA eastern branch meeting. WebRep Overall rating ... -- Matthew McKinney West Virginia
Identification of Northeastern Nomada Workshop Hello All, We are pleased to announce a Nomada identification workshop. The details are in the attached announcement. Please feel free to distribute.
Re: 5 month bee identification position available I love the tedium of bee ids, unfortunately I cannot play with my little native bee friends this summer so I passed the info on to a coworker at the Logan Bee
Re: 5 month bee identification position available Jack, clearly you will have create an Austin like Zen mind around Dialictus... sam ... -- *Bees are Not Optional* *Apes sunt et non liberum*
Re: 5 month bee identification position available Yes, Leo is right, on both account. For the enlightened and experienced souls who know already that staring through a scope until your eye sockets are
Re: 5 month bee identification position available I am currently wading my way through the identification of thousands of specimens of Texas Dialictus from pan trap studies. I believe tedium is an entirely
Re: 5 month bee identification position available I am absolutely certain he was joking. Or perhaps he meant "àa great tolerance of tedium" BUT organizing and identifying bees--the very antithesis of
Fwd: Bee disease paper The attached looks relevant considering the collapse of certain bumblebee species here in America.
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Re: 5 month bee identification position available I am currently doing some work on the biodiversity of carabids. Working on carabids will take the tedium right out of bees. From: firstname.lastname@example.org
Re: 5 month bee identification position available T'ai I can't believe you put the word "tedium" in the same sentence as "organizing and identifying bees".... sam "We believe that it requires great enthusiasms
5 month bee identification position available All: Please pass on to anyone you think would be interested. T'ai Bee Technician Wanted, mid April to mid September. Northern Shenandoah Valley, Virginia.
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