Bombus affinis

Here is part four, on identifying Bombus affinis from some similar species. Updated to Google Slides.

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/e/2PACX-1vQ5c3ya-xVj2vrMwX_N1HKy2-uh9-OfGLXfi7HBw7FVu_mLv_OeCKX3JVTsOEdmrxE70cHPLV7U2ENj/pub?start=false&loop=false&delayms=60000

Posted on 21 de mayo de 2021 by neylon neylon

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Agosto 2021

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Great detail and pics. A great resource.

Publicado por sarahwilson1 hace casi 2 años (Marca)

This part is now updated to Google slides

Publicado por neylon hace más de 1 año (Marca)

hello there! sorry I totally vanished for a while, my health tanked completely.
wondering if we could work together to create some compilations of resources -- basically a journal post Table of Contents sorted by taxon, linking to posts within iNat and by iNatters.

Publicado por trh_blue hace más de 1 año (Marca)

@trh_blue Sure I can help out with that, I don't know of many but I do of a know of a Bee guide or two, and I just found a Red-tailed Hawk subspecies guide the other day. I'll send them to you as I find them. I'm getting my guides switched over to Google Slides which is a lot more workable than Google Docs.

Publicado por neylon hace más de 1 año (Marca)

thanks!
there is no rush at all, but I figure that the easier it is for the curious to find resources, the easier it will be for newbies (and experts) to learn
send to me any way you want, iNat, email, whatever. if you want to save me a bit of time, you can list links to yours sorted by taxon

Publicado por trh_blue hace más de 1 año (Marca)

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