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.

Anotado por neylon neylon, 20 de mayo de 2021 a las 08:33 PM

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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.

Anotado por wildnettle hace más de un año (Advertencia)

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!

Anotado por zarrillot hace más de un año (Advertencia)

@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.

Anotado por neylon hace más de un año (Advertencia)

ok, thank you

Anotado por zarrillot hace más de un año (Advertencia)

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

Anotado por grinnin hace 8 meses (Advertencia)

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