RE: Bee observer cards
- I also wanted to acknowledge the more than 85 photographers who contributed images to these cards, I'm sure many of them are on this listserve. Thanks you!
JessicaFrom: email@example.com [firstname.lastname@example.org] on behalf of Rykken, Jessica [jrykken@...]
Sent: Thursday, May 30, 2013 4:21 PM
Subject: [beemonitoring] Bee observer cards
Hi All,In collaboration with the Encyclopedia of Life (eol.org), we've developed a set of "Bee Observer Cards" that are intended to teach naturalists, teachers, resource managers and other interested public something about the diverse anatomies, natural history, and behaviors of bees. The cards are not a guide to taxonomic identification, but more a tool to help people observe the remarkable diversity of body structures, nesting habits etc. when they are out in the field. They are freely available to anyone as a pdf on the EOL website:From there, they are easy to print up as cards or for use on screen devices. Please take a look, and spread the word! Thanks.JessicaJessica RykkenResearch AssociateMuseum of Comparative ZoologyHarvard University26 Oxford St.Cambridge, MA 02138phone: 617-496-1221 or 413-665-0412fax: 617-495-5667
- On the page with carpenter bee nest burrows, number 5, the far left
cell, looks different to me. I wonder if the animal in it is an Anthrax fly.