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Bees associated with mammal dung

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Since meliponines technically are bees (I would prefer to drum them out on the grounds that they are annoying) a useful reference on filth loving behavior is
Jack Neff
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Oct 12

Pulling genitalia/sternites

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Doug's advice is pretty standard on dissections. Best to start practicing on something unimportant.  You can to store the parts in microvials with glycerin
Jack Neff
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Sep 18

Fwd: Bee and Wasp Use of Upturned Tree Root Masses

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Your green bees are probably Augochlora pura who are well known to nest in rotting wood. Jack John L. Neff Central Texas Melittological Institute 7307 Running
Jack Neff
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Sep 16

Status of B. affinis in 2017

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from southern Wisconsinà At UW-Madison Arboretum, RPBB 2017 records are similar to the past 5 yearsÆù1-2 individuals of RPBB photographed most days via
Susan Carpenter
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Sep 9

washing bumble bees

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No B. affinis seen in Ohio this year (over 150 sites across the state). Randy Mitchell Department of Biology University of Akron
Mitchell,Randall J
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Sep 7
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