- Sam- I ve attached a file with the extra refs that I have from a much larger European (esp Polish) literature that has used pan trapping for decades, plusMessage 1 of 2 , Oct 20, 2008View Source
Sam- I’ve attached a file with the extra refs that I have from a much larger European (esp Polish) literature that has used pan trapping for decades, plus others scattered around in Europe, here and South America . I don’t enter most of it unless the objective was of interest.
Curious that you should send this now, Sam, for last week, I was talking with the editor of the J Kansas Ent Soc, Larry Kipp. He asked if I would be interested in kicking off a new series of invited review papers with one on sampling methods for bees. They would waive page charges. I don’t feel that I have the expertise with enough methods, nor the depth of evaluation experience that you have with pan trapping in particular, which I’d expect to be a big part of any such review. Would you like me to suggest you as a potential author?
James H. Cane
USDA-ARS Bee Biology and Systematics Lab
Utah State University , Logan , UT 84322 USA
tel: 435-797-3879 FAX: 435-797-0461
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