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Hardy S, Sharp N, Veit M, Faccio S (2023): Pilot Study of Wild Bees in Working Sugar Maple Stands. v1.5. Vermont Center for Ecostudies. Dataset/Samplingevent. https://ipt.vtatlasoflife.org/resource?r=maple&v=1.5
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Northern Vermont, USA
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [44.095, -73.323], North East [45.004, -71.84]|
|Start Date / End Date||2021-04-27 / 2021-05-20|
|Title||Vermont Atlas of Life|
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Three locations at each sugar maple stand were surveyed using 15 bee bowls each (5 white, 5 blue, 5 yellow). Bee bowls were set on the forest floor 3-5 meters apart along a transect through mixed hardwood forest. Bowls were left for the equivalent of a full day, either from early morning to early evening, or for 24 hours. All bees caught were pinned, labeled, and identified as part of the Vermont Wild Bee Survey at the Vermont Atlas of Life.
|Study Extent||Seven working sugar maple stands in northern Vermont. Six sites were surveyed once, one site was surveyed twice.|
|Quality Control||Identifications were completed by Spencer Hardy and Michael Veit.|
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