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Taiwan Forestry Research Institute. 2022. A bilingual open-source checklist and digitization of Taiwan’s bee fauna.
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Occurrence Taiwan Bees Apoidea; Specimen
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|Bounding Coordinates||South West [-90, -180], North East [90, 180]|
|Start Date / End Date||1959-08-20 / 2020-08-19|
This data derives from the Taiwan Forestry Research institute bee collection.
|Title||Taiwan bees-a bilingual open source checklist and digitization of Taiwan’s bee fauna|
|Study Area Description||Taiwan|
|Design Description||Primarily net collected|
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Sampling methods were primarily net collection
|Study Extent||Various localities around Taiwan|
Method step description:
- Specimens were processed by pinning to be included in the Taiwan Forestry Research Institute insect collection
|Collection Name||Taiwan Forestry Research Institute|
|Specimen preservation methods||Pinned|