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Champlain Valley, Vermont
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [43.723, -73.389], North East [45.074, -72.686]|
Bees were collected using the pan trap method for a 2019 pilot study recording baseline data at pollinator-friendly solar installations throughout Vermont's Champlain Valley. Pan traps were deployed in transects just outside of proposed pollinator habitats along access roads or hedgerows, with 15 bowls in each transect. The traps were deployed for ~24 hours at each location.
|Title||UVM Pollinator-friendly Solar Installations|
|Funding||Funding provided by the Lintilhac Foundation and the Gund Institute for Environment.|
|Study Area Description||Champlain Valley VT|
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Each site was trapped 2 or 3 times during summer
|Study Extent||Near solar panel installations in the Champlain Valley, VT that are targets to receive pollinator plantings|
|Quality Control||Final determinations by Spencer Hardy and Sam Droege (not yet entered).|
Method step description:
- 15 bee bowls were deployed at each site for ~24 hours.
|Collection Name||Universtiy of Vermont - Gund Institute|
|Specimen preservation methods||Pinned|