Information on record USGS_DRO269766

United States Geological Survey, Sam Droege database
SPECIMEN USGS_DRO269766
name Apis mellifera
sexfemale
determined bySam Droege
determined when1/19/2012 0:00:00
Entrynum28833
whoscannedDroege
datescanne1/24/2012 0:00:00
DispositionPWRC
COLLECTION USGS_DRO9876
gmt20111215213550
ip160.111.250.110
latitude3.5113
longitude-58.235
accuracy4
countryGuyana
stateUpper Essequibo
cityU. E. Conservation Reserve
time120111120xxxxxx
time220111130xxxxxx
whoSam W. Droege
emailsam_droege@usgs.gov
how0in field note
habitatPrimary Rainforest
field_noteAlso helping collect and set traps were;Nigel John, Henry James, and Marcilene Edwards;Collections were made with 4 malaise traps, 1000 plus pan traps of florescent blue, florescent yellow, white, and yellow. The yellow pan was a salad plate the others small plastic bowls, aspirators were also used as well as general net collecting both off orchid bee baits and off flowers. Weather was humid, 80s and low 90s throughout. Rain occurred largely as later afternoon showers during two thirds of the days. Flowers were few and located only on scattered rock outcrops along the river or in the canopy.

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