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P. E. Hallett (2011) Farmed Solitary Bees & Wasps, Data Set (generations 1997-2008) >
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06B.08 Monastery 2006

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Generation 2006.

Some of these images have stand and nest block numbers and can be compared with records in the generation 2006 SOURCE files in 11.08.

These images are best viewed after sorting by 'issue date' (=actual field date).

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LAU stand, block 154, 4.8 mm cavities. In cavity 6 up a small Osmia lignaria nest, new in June, had been replaced in August by a Potter (probably S. cristatus). The Potter failed but the outer resin-using Megachile campanulae apparently emerged next Spring.

BAR stand, block 117, 9.6 mm cavities. Stack 11X was empty in Feb 2006 but soon filled in Spring with Osmia lignaria and its mites.

BAR stand, block 218, 4.8 mm cavities. Cavity 1 up is interesting because both the inner Symmorphus cristatus and the outer Osmia coerulescens emerged without apparent losses (probably the outer emerged first). Initially, in cavity 5, the inner Symmorphus nest was cut back and blocked. Ultimately its adults, and their bombyliid parasitoid, penetrated the outer M. rotundata nest, but neither nest survived to emerge.

BAR stand, block 111, 6.4 mm cavities. Stack 11X was empty in Feb 2006 but soon filled in Spring with Osmia lignaria and its mites.

LAU stand, block 1XX. Below up: bee Osmia lignaria, and wasps Ancistocerus antilope and Trypoxylon lactitarse. In the upper cavity one can just make out the shining dark brown Trypoxylon cocoons.

 

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