[LMB] LISTBIZ: Preemptive pizza (was Global warning)

Jennifer Johnson jennifer.johnson2557 at gmail.com
Mon May 18 04:42:13 BST 2015

On 17 May 2015 at 22:47, Paula Lieberman <paal at filker.org> wrote:
<snip interesting details>
> The Massachusetts Butterfly branch of the national butterfly association has
> data, both its own records, and there are records going back nearly four
> centuries of butterfly sightings, with specimens at e.g. Harvard collected
> since Harvard started its biological collections of plants and animals,
> which have since gotten used in classification (it's one of something like
> two sites/organizations in the world with major responsibilities for
> typing/classification of plants and animals taxonomically)
Thanks Paula for that information on butterfly sightings - I plan to
give the reports a good read. The recent crash in the monarch
population has been worrying me lately. I'm doing my little bit by
planting milkweed in my garden!

Do we know much about pollinators on Barrayar? I know they have bees.

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