Bombus pensylvanicus vs Bombus auricomus

This is part three for ID-a-thon.
This goes over pensylvanicus vs auricomus predominantly, but also touches on a couple of other species.
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/e/2PACX-1vQ6e77ybbD3lHw8VGD-027CsrWkE0e6zvC7-M1JLy7RvTdKoXyulLmQqktpi6rK4Oo4rb87KIthtxAq/pub?start=false&loop=false&delayms=60000

Updated to Google Slides which looks a lot better then it did on Google Docs and fixed a lot of the problems that I was having before. At this point I do need to add a section covering Bombus terricola.

Publicado el mayo 20, 2021 08:33 TARDE por neylon neylon

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Wonderful guide. For me as a west coaster, one of the takeaways is that for Bombus it can be particularly useful to see an image where the abdomen is not covered by the wings. A clean view of the top of the head also appears useful.

Publicado por wildnettle hace alrededor de 3 años

Thanks for the guide, and the recent ID of the auricomus from CT. I am waiting for confirmation from a few others, because it would be a very significant find for our state....last detected in 1919!

Publicado por zarrillot hace casi 3 años

@zarrillot Glad it could help. Just to point out, when I made these on my computer and uploaded them to Google Drive (a database that I passionately despise), it scrambled the positions of a lot of my photos, and I just noticed one I missed when I went through them trying to fix them: on the first page the picture of pensylvanicus and auricomus are switched.

Publicado por neylon hace casi 3 años

ok, thank you

Publicado por zarrillot hace casi 3 años

Yes, this is indeed a wonderful guide, and very helpful. Much appreciation, Ruth

Publicado por grinnin hace alrededor de 2 años

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