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FW: Honey bees native to North America

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  • Sam Droege
    ...Of interest to the group given recent discussions and a nice presentation of the information on Apis in the Americas. sam -----Forwarded by Sam
    Message 1 of 1 , May 13, 2009
    ...Of interest to the group given recent discussions and a nice presentation of the information on Apis in the Americas.
     
    sam


    -----Forwarded by Sam Droege/BRD/USGS/DOI on 05/13/2009 05:29PM -----

    To: "Brady, Sean" <BRADYS@...>, "Harris, Brian" <HARRISBR@...>, "Schultz, Ted" <SCHULTZT@...>, "Sam Droege" <sdroege@...>
    From: "Furth, David" <FURTHD@...>
    Date: 05/13/2009 05:20PM
    Subject: FW: Honey bees native to North America

    FYI

     

    ******************************************************

    David G. Furth, Ph.D.

    Department of Entomology

    MRC 165, P.O. Box 37012

    National Museum of Natural History

    Smithsonian Institution

    Washington , D. C. 20013-7012  USA

    Phone: 202-633-0990

    Fax: 202-786-2894

    Email: furthd@...

    Website: www.entomology.si.edu


    From: Engel, Michael S [mailto:msengel@...]
    Sent: Wednesday, May 13, 2009 5:06 PM
    To: Engel, Michael S
    Subject: Honey bees native to North America

     

     

    Dear Friends,

     

    I'm happy to announce that honey bees (Genus Apis) are now understood to have been native to North America (at least at one time!).  See attached.  Enjoy.

     

    All the best,

    Michael

     

    _______________________________________________ 

    Prof. Dr. Michael S. Engel

    Division of Entomology, Natural History Museum

    1501 Crestline Drive - Suite # 140

    University of Kansas

    Lawrence , Kansas 66049 -2811, USA


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