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Flower visitor on C. divaricata var bifaria

Hello, Beefolk and other insect-animal-plant heads! I want to share with you some amazing photos and ask from your expertise, wisdom, and knowledge. Do you
Melina Lozano Duran
Jun 16
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Sorting of recycled pins

Hi All, Perhaps this question has been asked and answered, but I didn’t have much luck searching the archives. In any case, I had a student recycle a huge
Kimberly N. Russell
Jun 16
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Fwd: Notice of Funding Opportunity: Northeast NWR Bumble Bee Survey

Forwarding...get in contact with Rebecca Longenecker directly if interested...sam ... From: Longenecker, Rebecca Date: Wed, Jun
Droege, Sam
Jun 14
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5073

Honeybee slums?

Had a day trip into the foothills of the Himalayas yesterday and was taken to the edge of an apiary for Apis mellifera. These photos were taken with an
Peter Bernhardt
Jun 11
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Re: Seasonal educational signaged

I don't think you deserve any criticism for wanting other species' needs and challenges to be recognized. The one thing I would say is that the plight of the
Paul Charland
Jun 9
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5071

Re: Seasonal educational signaged

Hello Melina: I am with you 100% on teaching people about other pollinators. Too many are stuck on the iconic species, monarchs and honey bees! A few
insectpollinators
Jun 9
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Re: Moth family? [2 Attachments]

... This is in the genus Achelura (Zygaenidae). Peace, -- Doug Yanega Dept. of Entomology Entomology Research Museum Univ. of California, Riverside,
Doug Yanega
Jun 9
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5069

Seasonal educational signaged

Good Morning Beefolk and other nature loving freaks We are working on some educational seasonal signage for five pollinator gardens that we build in five
Melina Lozano Duran
Jun 9
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5068

Moth family?

Would anyone be willing to assign a family (maybe a genus) to this moth? It was photographed in Yunnan, China t 1700 m. Peter
Peter Bernhardt
Jun 8
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Label Printers

All: I am considering using some end of the year money to buy a printer that will be dedicated to printing labels. Am unhappy with the quality of the old HP
Droege, Sam
Jun 8
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5066

Prices for Processing and Pinning Bees

All I am working with a nonprofit that works on environmental projects in underserved communities. We have discussed the possibility that, with supervision of
Droege, Sam
Jun 8
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Interesting Trap for Bees

All Passing this interesting capture technique on to the group. Might have some possibilities for bee surveys. Note that the author is offering up
    Droege, Sam
    Jun 7
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    Washing and Drying Bees - Some recent advances.

    All Time for an update on bulk processing bee specimens that were stored in water, alcohol, or glycol. Use of Washers and Driers Can't be beat for processing
    Droege, Sam
    Jun 6
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    5063

    Re: Fw: listening session re: National Monitoring Plan for Native Be

    Hi all, My group is just establishing a native bee monitoring project and although we're over the pond we'd be keen to at least be in the loop with your US
    Tonya Lander
    Jun 6
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    5062

    Re: Fw: listening session re: National Monitoring Plan for Native Be

    Hi Sam, I want in on this project. We have been monitoring native bees in urban and Ag environments for the past 8 years in Calif. We know a lot! Gordon On
    Gordon W. FRANKIE
    Jun 5
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