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wintering immature bees

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This is very similar to the Colletes succinctus group in Western Europe. They fly in late summer - C. succinctus predominantly feeds on Erica, C. halophilus on
woodtho4
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11:59 AM

Cleaning Dried Bee Specimens

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Thanks James. I have used ultrasound cleaners too...(trick for me was using them at a low water leverl) but found that I got the same result with hot water in
Droege, Sam
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Aug 14

Night insect pollinators

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I didn't know! Thanks. Explains the litter of wings on ground. "Although rarely seen due to their very brief (1 week) adult lives, luna mothsare considered
Marilynn Mendell
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Aug 11

Shangri-La Autumn flowers

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Ooh, yeah! Peter On Thu, Aug 10, 2017 at 5:38 PM, David Boufford
Peter Bernhardt
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Aug 10

Can you identify this bee

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Parker, It looks like a halictid to me as well. Too grainy and wing out of focus to confirm. 2 cents and thanks, John John A. Skinner, PhD Professor and
Skinner, John A
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Jul 21

Destructive Sampling-- What Would You Do?

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​Thanks, Tom and Jack, for the additional replies. Since I am primarily interested in the species that the bees are collecting pollen from, it sounds like my
Denning, Kathy
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Jun 30
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