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Help with bee id

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? ________________________________ From: beemonitoring@yahoogroups.com on behalf of Gretchen Lebuhn lebuhn@sfsu.edu
Connal Eardley
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Jul 29

Native Bees of GA website FINALLY up-&-running...

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... ....yea, the site's URL might be good to share too... Native Bees of GA http://native-bees-of-georgia.ggc.edu/ I am glad to see this new tool, and I will
pollinator2001
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Jul 15

Help the US Forest Service to choose a few good plants for native be

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Hi Jim, I would be happy to collaborate. Just don't have much forest experience with best bee plants. But, give me some help for 2016 (spr. and summer) , and
Gordon W. FRANKIE
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Jul 14

how long should pan traps be placed out?

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... I often set out traps for only 2-3 hours, as we drive around to various locations, and you can get a surprisingly good catch in that limited time, when the
Doug Yanega
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Jul 8

The Potential Management of a Ground-Nesting, Solitary Bee: Anthopho

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Dear Peter, Thanks for your feedback. I agree that Florida probably does represent the extreme distribution of *A. abrupta. *It seems that* A. abrupta* is more
Jason Graham
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Jun 27

Hand Held Bug Zapper for Capturing Bees

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I have one of these bug zappers, and I've collected some hornets and wasps with mine. I have to stun them more than once, and it does burn little parts on
Jessica Newbern
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Jun 17

Fwd: Epipactis wasp

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Wasp picture shown to James Carpenter @ AMNH, his diagnosis: It’s colored like some (*Polistes*) *tenebricosus*; if the specimen is large, that is probably
Parker Gambino
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Jun 15

pollen ID references

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Classification: UNCLASSIFIED Caveats: NONE Aw, yeah: https://archive.org/details/pollengrainsofca00crom -- Wes Messinger Willamette Valley Project Botanist
Messinger, Wes NWP
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Jun 5
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