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7-Apr-2011Management, major aims and preliminary findings – in briefHallett, Peter
IMGP0326Hylaeus_in_O.coerulans_nest.JPG.jpg12-Aug-2004Masked Bees (Hylaeus) trapped within nest of Osmia coerulescens.Hallett, Peter
IMG0005founding1987.jpg.jpg4-May-1997May 4th 1997, Saugeen, 1st 2 nest boxes in the field.Hallett, Peter
Img0001founding1987.jpg.jpg4-May-1997May 4th 1997, Saugeen, 1st 2 nest boxes in the field.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0959mpA_on_nest.JPG.jpg19-Jul-2005Megachile pugnata on nest. Lower cavity has leafcutter nest 'of nested cups' or spiralling leaf edges (Megachile ?rotundata).Hallett, Peter
IMGP0938tlA_release_bags.JPG.jpg6-Jul-2005Mesh bag for release of selected and counted Trypoxylon lactitarse cocoons.Hallett, Peter
IMG0001.jpg.jpg2000Metamorphosing Mason Bee pupae (Osmia sp.).Hallett, Peter
Feb-2001A method for 'hiving' solitary bees and waspsHallett, Peter
Feb-2001A method for 'hiving' solitary bees and waspsHallett, Peter
3-Sep-2011MID00SOURCE_1.Hallett, Peter
3-Sep-2011MID01SOURCE_0.Hallett, Peter
3-Sep-2011MID01SOURCE_1Hallett, Peter
3-Sep-2011MID02SOURCE_0.Hallett, Peter
3-Sep-2011MID02SOURCE_1.Hallett, Peter
3-Sep-2011MID03SOURCE_1.Hallett, Peter
3-Sep-2011MID04SOURCE.Hallett, Peter
3-Sep-2011MID05SOURCE.Hallett, Peter
3-Sep-2011MID06SOURCE.Hallett, Peter
3-Sep-2011MID07SOURCE.Hallett, Peter
DSCN0635MID111A.JPG.jpg29-Sep-2006MID111, 4.8 mm cavities. The Potter Wasp Symmorphus cristatus, the bee Osmia coerulescens (cavities 4 and 5), and a failed Aphid Wasp Passaloecus in cavity 3 (thin light resin walls, naked immature).Hallett, Peter
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