Re: [beemonitoring] Halictidae Slide Show now up on SlideShare
- Quoting Sam Droege <sdroege@...>:
Thanks for the slides; images, information and foot note at the bottom of the
slideshow page are very useful.
Since images arent grouped on the slides, I could blowup the images and could
see the little details - just thought to share it. If I'm blowing up the images
and moving around the images on a slide, I wouldn't save the file when I'm done.
> We have put up a presentation on the identification of the Halictidae
> genera at:
> I have also put up the original power point presentation on our ftp site
> along with the Andrenidae ppt
> You can download the presentation from either site, but the ftp site
> doesn't require you to set up an account.
> Note that those files may not show up on the ftp site until tomorrow due
> to how the IT department manages uploads.
> I have also added a resources page at the end of each of the presentation
> that has links to online guides and books on bee identification.
> Megachilidae will be next.
> Sam Droege sdroege@...
> w 301-497-5840 h 301-390-7759 fax 301-497-5624
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> Gnats Inside the Wind
> Some gnats come from the grass to speak with Solomon.
> ?O Solomon, you are the champion of the oppressed.
> you give justice to the little guys, and they don?t get
> any littler than us! We are tiny metaphors
> for frailty. Can you defend us??
> ?Who has mistreated you??
> ?Our complaint is against the wind.?
> ?Well, says Solomon, ?you have pretty voices,
> you gnats, but remember, a judge cannot listen
> to just one side. I must hear both litigants.?
> ?Of course,? agree the gnats.
> ?Summon the East Wind!? calls out Solomon,
> and the wind arrives almost immediately.
> What happened to the gnat plaintiffs? Gone.
> Such is the way of every seeker who comes to complain
> at the High Court. When the presence of God arrives,
> where are the seekers? First there?s dying,
> then union, like gnats inside the wind.
> P Please don't print this e-mail unless really needed.
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