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Declines in Bombus vagans? A strong Maryland Example.

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Nacho... Very good, it seems like the illumination here is that a species that is still regionally common to abundant can also be at least appearing to fall
Droege, Sam
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Feb 11

Fwd: Pollinator plots and fogging for mosquitoes

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Please do forward it. I think even in Al Gore's worst nightmare, sustaining populations of Aedes aegypti are unlikely to be found in Ohio - way too far north
askartie@aol.com
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Feb 11

Re: [Pollinator] [beemonitoring] Scare Tactics?

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The picture has already been changed on the New York Times article, and the correction noted. Maria L. Stanko, PhD Dept. of Biological Sciences New Jersey
Stanko, Maria L.
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Feb 10

Insect Vacuum Question

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Hi Hanna, Just wanted to let you know that I had great success using handheld vacuums to collect bees. I used the dust buster that's recommended in the Handy
Michael Fizdale
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Feb 10

Plants used by leafcutter bees

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Personal observations of fem. Megachilids harvesting nesting material in northern Harris County, TX (north of Houston proper): American beautyberry Callicarpa
Howlett, Anita
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Feb 9

Scare Tactics?

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Hi Russel and others, Deformed wing virus and black queen cell virus have been found in some species of bumble bees here in the US. We collected Bombus
Stoner, Kimberly
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Feb 8

UV/Fan Mosquito Dyna Trap as Generalized Bee/Insect Collecting Devic

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hi all, They installed a couple of these traps at the preschool my daughters attend in Atlanta. I monitored one of the traps, not very closely / consistently,
Brosi, Berry J
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Feb 6

Soil Organic Matter and Ground nesters

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Zach and others- I agree, if there is an effect, it is likely to reflect soil attributes (fine roots perhaps, or water-holding capacity, or water logging, or
Cane, Jim
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Jan 23

Ground nesting bees in flood zones

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Dear all, From what I see so far, there are bees that are acclimated to continual floods. In a side discussion with Russel (below) the San Juan Island bees
Dave
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Jan 5

Early Evidence of Honey Hunting

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My less than exhaustive research suggests the Minoans were big on snakes and bulls but no mention of bees in their religious symbolism. The god of Ekron, one
Jack Neff
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Jan 4
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