Southern Oregon University Insect Museum

Title

Southern Oregon University Insect Museum

Subject

Bumblebees

Description

The SOU Insect Museum Bumblebee Collection showcases digital images and field collection data of preserved bumblebee (Bombus sp.) specimens that were collected by students, researchers, and amateur collectors from diverse sites in North America, primarily the Klamath-Siskiyou ecoregion of Southern Oregon and Northern California. In all, the Southern University Oregon Insect Museum contains about 30,000 prepared specimens of insects collected from around the world.

Creator

Southern Oregon University Biology Department

Source

soda.sou.edu/butterflies

Publisher

Southern Oregon University. Hannon Library

Date

2012

Contributor

Peter C. Schroeder

Rights

Under Copyright: See http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/
For fair use/educational reproduction, please provide the following credit: Courtesy of Southern Oregon University Hannon Library."

Relation

Format

Three-dimensional object

Type

Still Image

Identifier

https://digital.sou.edu/digital/collection/p16085coll6/id/173

Coverage

Colorado, Gunnison Co., Gothic Rocky Mountains.

Collection Items

Golden-Belted Bumblebee (Queen)
The pictured queen bumblebee belongs to the Bombus family. Students and local researchers collected and prepared the bumblebee specimen.

Great Spangled Fritillary
The pictured Great Spangled Fritillary belongs to the Nymphalidae family. Medford District BLM owns the specimen.
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