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Hardy S, Laramie D, Veit M, Milam J, Droege S (2022): Bee Specimens from a Malaise-Type Trap in Addison County, Vermont, USA. v1.10. Vermont Center for Ecostudies. Dataset/Samplingevent. https://ipt.vtatlasoflife.org/resource?r=deb&v=1.10
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Near Snake Mountain, Addison County, Vermont, USA
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [44.036, -73.316], North East [44.084, -73.264]|
|Start Date / End Date||2019-07-20 / 2021-09-18|
|Title||Vermont Atlas of Life|
|Study Area Description||Vermont, USA|
The personnel involved in the project:
Detailed trap design can be found here: https://bioone.org/journals/northeastern-naturalist/volume-24/issue-2/045.024.0204/Seasonal-Abundance-of-Tabanus-calens-and-Other-Tabanidae-Diptera-Near/10.1656/045.024.0204.short
|Study Extent||All specimens came from a two-tiered, homemade horsefly trap in a rural yard. Specimens were collected daily during peak horse and deer fly abundance (May - Sept) in 2019 - 2021. Specimens from May and June of 2019 were not retained, though many were recorded on iNaturalist.org|
|Quality Control||Identifications done by Spencer Hardy, Michael Veit, Joan Milam, and Sam Droege|
Method step description:
- Bees were frozen and later pinned and identified following procedures from the Vermont Wild Bee Survey.