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The Bumblebee Project - SET 82

The United States National Entomological Collection includes hundreds of thousands of specimens - plus valuable data for understanding how the world around us has changed over time. As part of Worldwide Engagement to Digitize Biocollections (WeDigBio), we are focusing on transcribing the labels of specimens of those very important pollinators: bumblebees. We have 10,322 bombus specimens and labels to transcribe and review; this is one of 21 remaining sets. Learn how to transcribe this project and get started now. This set may contain locality information and placenames that have changed; you can check and add to this spreadsheet if you cannot find the location in Geonames. "Bees are not optional" - choose to make their specimens data more useful with WeDigBio!

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The Bumblebee Project - SET 83

The United States National Entomological Collection includes hundreds of thousands of specimens - plus valuable data for understanding how the world around us has changed over time. As part of Worldwide Engagement to Digitize Biocollections (WeDigBio), we are focusing on transcribing the labels of specimens of those very important pollinators: bumblebees. We have 10,322 bombus specimens and labels to transcribe and review; this is one of 21 remaining sets. Learn how to transcribe this project and get started now. This set may contain locality information and placenames that have changed; you can check and add to this spreadsheet if you cannot find the location in Geonames. "Bees are not optional" - choose to make their specimens data more useful with WeDigBio! Bumblebees are found in the Bombus genus (Hymenoptera: Apidae). They are social insects that feed on nectar and collect pollen to feed their young. The digitization of this project has been made possible with the generous support of Pixel Acuity, LLC. Please contact Jessica Bird, Department of Entomology, for any questions or comments about the transcriptions and thanks to all of you for your help.

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The Bumblebee Project - SET 84

The United States National Entomological Collection includes hundreds of thousands of specimens - plus valuable data for understanding how the world around us has changed over time. As part of Worldwide Engagement to Digitize Biocollections (WeDigBio), we are focusing on transcribing the labels of specimens of those very important pollinators: bumblebees. We have 10,322 bombus specimens and labels to transcribe and review; this is one of 21 remaining sets. Learn how to transcribe this project and get started now. This set contains locality information and placenames that have changed since the specimens were collected; check and add to this spreadsheet if you cannot find the location in Geonames. Bees are not optional - choose to make their specimens data more useful with WeDigBio! Bumblebees are found in the Bombus genus (Hymenoptera: Apidae). They are social insects that feed on nectar and collect pollen to feed their young. The digitization of this project has been made possible with the generous support of Pixel Acuity, LLC. Please contact Jessica Bird, Department of Entomology, for any questions or comments about the transcriptions and thanks to all of you for your help.

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The Bumblebee Project - SET 85

Please join us to transcribe the labels of specimens to gain valuable data for understanding how the world around us has changed over time. Bumblebees are found in the Bombus genus (Hymenoptera: Apidae) and are very important pollinators. They are social insects that feed on nectar and collect pollen to feed their young. We have 8,665 bombus specimens and labels remaining to transcribe and review; this is one of 21 remaining historical sets from the United States Entomological Collection. Learn how to transcribe this project and get started now. This set may contain locality information and placenames that have changed since the specimens were collected; check and add to this spreadsheet if you cannot find the location in Geonames. The digitization of this project has been made possible with the generous support of Pixel Acuity, LLC. Please contact Jessica Bird, Department of Entomology, for any questions or comments about the transcriptions and thanks to all of you for your help.

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The Bumblebee Project - SET 86

Please join us to transcribe the labels of specimens to gain valuable data for understanding how the world around us has changed over time. Bumblebees are found in the Bombus genus (Hymenoptera: Apidae) and are very important pollinators. They are social insects that feed on nectar and collect pollen to feed their young. We have 7,510 bombus specimens and labels remaining to transcribe and review; this is one of 21 remaining historical sets from the United States Entomological Collection. Learn how to transcribe this project and get started now. This set may contain locality information and placenames that have changed since the specimens were collected; check and add to this spreadsheet if you cannot find the location in Geonames. The digitization of this project has been made possible with the generous support of Pixel Acuity, LLC. Please contact Jessica Bird, Department of Entomology, for any questions or comments about the transcriptions and thanks to all of you for your help.

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The Bumblebee Project - SET 87

Please join us to transcribe the labels of specimens to gain valuable data for understanding how the world around us has changed over time. Bumblebees are found in the Bombus genus (Hymenoptera: Apidae) and are very important pollinators. They are social insects that feed on nectar and collect pollen to feed their young. We have 6,897 bombus specimens and labels remaining to transcribe and review; this is one of 21 remaining historical sets from the United States Entomological Collection. Learn how to transcribe this project and get started now. This set may bees collected by L.W. Macior in Yukon Territory; please transcribe the District/County as [Not Stated] and Precise Locality as Kluane. You can find information and add pages to this spreadsheet if you cannot find the location in Geonames. The digitization of this project has been made possible with the generous support of Pixel Acuity, LLC. Please contact Jessica Bird, Department of Entomology, for any questions or comments about the transcriptions and thanks to all of you for your help.

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477 Total Pages 16 Contributing Members

The Bumblebee Project - SET 88

Please join us to transcribe the labels of specimens to gain valuable data for understanding how the world around us has changed over time. Bumblebees are found in the Bombus genus (Hymenoptera: Apidae) and are very important pollinators. They are social insects that feed on nectar and collect pollen to feed their young. We have 6,897 bombus specimens and labels remaining to transcribe and review; this is one of 21 remaining historical sets from the United States Entomological Collection. Learn how to transcribe this project and get started now. This set may bees collected by L.W. Macior in Yukon Territory; please transcribe the District/County as [Not Stated] and Precise Locality as Kluane. You can find information and add pages to this spreadsheet if you cannot find the location in Geonames. The digitization of this project has been made possible with the generous support of Pixel Acuity, LLC. Please contact Jessica Bird, Department of Entomology, for any questions or comments about the transcriptions and thanks to all of you for your help.

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The Bumblebee Project - SET 89

Please join us to transcribe the labels of specimens to gain valuable data for understanding how the world around us has changed over time. Bumblebees are found in the Bombus genus (Hymenoptera: Apidae) and are very important pollinators. They are social insects that feed on nectar and collect pollen to feed their young. We have 5,953 bombus specimens and labels remaining to transcribe and review; this is one of 21 remaining historical sets from the United States Entomological Collection. Learn how to transcribe this project and get started now. You can find information and add pages to this spreadsheet if you cannot find the location in Geonames. The digitization of this project has been made possible with the generous support of Pixel Acuity, LLC. Please contact Jessica Bird, Department of Entomology, for any questions or comments about the transcriptions and thanks to all of you for your help.

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The Bumblebee Project - Set 9

Please help us create digital records for the United States National Entomological Collection! We will be transcribing the labels of specimens of bumblebees. Bumblebees are found in the Bombus genus (Hymenoptera: Apidae). They are social insects that feed on nectar and collect pollen to feed their young. Bumblebees are very important pollinators! Learn how to transcribe this project and get started. The digitization of this project has been made possible with the generous support of Pixel Acuity, LLC. Please contact Jessica Bird (birdj@si.edu), Department of Entomology, for any questions or comments about the transcriptions and thanks to all of you for your help!

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386 Total Pages 8 Contributing Members

The Bumblebee Project - SET 90

Please join us to transcribe the labels of specimens to gain valuable data for understanding how the world around us has changed over time. Bumblebees are found in the Bombus genus (Hymenoptera: Apidae) and are very important pollinators. They are social insects that feed on nectar and collect pollen to feed their young. We have 1,058 bombus specimens and labels remaining to transcribe and review; this is one of 21 remaining historical sets from the United States Entomological Collection. Learn how to transcribe this project and get started now. You can find information and add pages to this spreadsheet if you cannot find the location in Geonames. The digitization of this project has been made possible with the generous support of Pixel Acuity, LLC. Please contact Jessica Bird, Department of Entomology, for any questions or comments about the transcriptions and thanks to all of you for your help.

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