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(3)I don't think you deserve any criticism for wanting other species' needs and challenges to be recognized. The one thing I would say is that the plight of the
(5)Hi all, My group is just establishing a native bee monitoring project and although we're over the pond we'd be keen to at least be in the loop with your US
(3)Hi, I want to calculate the extent honeybees (species k) overlaps on Leioproctus (species j). It should be that because 50% of Leioproctus forages on resource
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(6)Dear Jack, How do you tell even with specimens (not x-ray images) whether they are alive or dead? Cheers, Kit
(5)It also depends on us (the consumer) to finally give a push to our local nurseries. Maybe, this process of switching from big store to local store will make
Melina Lozano Duran
(3)Whoops didn't quite finish that email before sending. Note... In "COMPARE IMAGES" you can unclick groups of pictures to eliminate species. By playing around
(3)Dear Peter, Thanks for the link! About 4 years ago I let the producer use some of my Ophrys pollination footage from France & Belgium, and to my surprise I
Nicolas J. Vereecken
(6)I don't know about the caffeine but bees do interact with the electric field on flowers:
(6)Dear Emily, I have been using propyl glycol in vane traps to capture bees in Australia. The only vertebrate bycatch I have had are about 5 skinks and 2 geckos.
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