Tag Archives: Puerto Rico

What to plant in your pollinator-garden in Puerto Rico

In the past few months, I’ve received a few emails from people interested in planting their own pollinator garden in Puerto Rico. So, here I finally provide you with that information. As some of you know, in 2013, I did … Continue reading

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Another new generic record for Puerto Rico – Hylaeus

Last month, I collected two female Hylaeus from Puerto Rico. There are no known Hylaeus recorded for the island, so I’m not sure what species these ladies are. I’m working on trying to identify them, and will update this post, … Continue reading

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My first bee survey in Puerto Rico

Imagine working every day to this! Well that’s what I’m lucky enough to do every time I go to Puerto Rico. In October 2012, I was hired to work on the best project in the world: studying native and naturalized … Continue reading

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