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Species Bombus huntii - Hunt's Bumble Bee

 
 
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Bombus bumblebees of the world
[cite:592192]
resource maintained by Paul Williams

BeeSpotter
[cite:592221]
Survey project coordinated by M. Berenbaum (UIUC). A bounty of useful info on bees, with an emphazis on the fauna of Illinois.
Jump to Bee Topics

Xerces Society Resources on Pollinator Conservation
A good resource for people interested in the pollination services provided by native bees, as well as some other insects.

Ascher J.S., Pickering J. (2014) Discover Life bee species guide and world checklist (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Anthophila)

Aculeate Wasps (Excluding Formicidae), by A.T. Finnamore
A.T. Finnamore (1998) Aculeate Wasps in I.M. Smith & G.G.E. Scudder, eds. Assessment of species diversity in the Montane Cordillera Ecozone. Burlington: Ecological Monitoring and Assessment Network, 1998.

The HYM Course Lectures
Links to lectures on general Hymenoptera morphology and biology, as well as specific superfamilies, presented at past HYM courses.

Wasps of Africa and Madagascar, by Simon van Noort
An excellent, richly illustrated source maintained by Iziko Museums of Cape Town. Info of major taxa (distribution, life history/hosts), keys, etc.
[cite:364100]

Guides to the Genera and species of Eastern North American Bees
A set of online interactive guides to the eastern bees. Currently there is a guide to the genera and about 20+ guides to the species of some of those genera. We hope to have all the genera up on the web by the end of 2005 and then begin working our way west to include all the bees on the continent. Guides are designed for the advanced amateur to the professional. If possible we use common names rather than jargon, but at times it is necessary to get technical to separate out closely related species. We also plan to add more pictures and illustrations (including links to Bugnet photographs

 
 
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