Megachilidae of E. North America Presentation up
As with the other two presentations there is now a presentation on Megachilidae at:
I have also put up the original power point presentation on our ftp site at:
Feel free to download, modify, and use as you see fit.
Also let me know if you find any errors or things that I should include.
Apidae is next and last, but it will likely be a couple of weeks before that bad boy is up.
Sam Droege sdroege@...
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USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center
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NMNH bee type data available onlineThe U.S. National Entomological Collection (National Museum of Natural History) now has type specimen information for its bee collection available on the internet. Most entries also contain a series of images for the type specimen. These data are available via the following weblink and searching for your taxon of interest:
Questions, comments, or corrections are most welcome and should be sent to: bradys@...
Curator of Hymenoptera
National Museum of Natural History