Pollinating insects collected during a two-year survey by researchers at SUNY ESF of restored, managed freshwater marshes in central New York, USA.
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Jacobson M, Schummer M, Fierke M, Leopold D (2022): Pollinating insects of restored, managed freshwater marshes in central New York, USA.. v1.3. Vermont Center for Ecostudies. Dataset/Samplingevent. https://ipt.vtatlasoflife.org/resource?r=mollyjacobson&v=1.3
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Northern Montezuma Wildlife Management Area – Wayne Co., Cayuga Co., New York Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge – Seneca Co., New York Seneca Meadows Wetlands Preserve – Seneca Co., New York
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [42.723, -77.662], North East [43.421, -75.817]|
Primarily Hymenoptera: Aculeata and Diptera: Syrphidae. A small amount of specimens from other families or orders.
|Start Date / End Date||2019-05-20 / 2020-09-14|
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Insects were captured using a combination of yellow, blue, and white pan traps along transects and sweep-netting, monthly from June – September 2019 – 2020. Specimens stored in 70% ethanol until processing. All specimens were pinned and retained. Non-Lasioglossum and non-Nomada bees, flies, and wasps identified by Molly Jacobson. Lasioglossum and Nomada bees identified by Sam Droege (USGS). Details on sampling and specimen processing methodology can be found in forthcoming publications by Jacobson et al.
|Study Extent||Northern Montezuma Wildlife Management Area – Wayne Co., Cayuga Co., New York Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge – Seneca Co., New York Seneca Meadows Wetlands Preserve – Seneca Co., New York|
|Quality Control||Records identified only to the genus level were omitted from this dataset unless considered notable.|
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