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(3)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
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(6)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
(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
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(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
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