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    Quote Originally Posted by prakel View Post
    That would be the Moritz 'Royal Families' paper again
    Was it you prakel? Or perhaps it was Robin? I met him at a thing in Florida recently. My brain really is going to mush.

    At least the weekend is nearly here ... time for wine and beekeeping. Separately.

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    Default Scottish native bee on a thistle ...

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    D'oh! Wrong sort of bee. Common carder, Bombus pascuorum, I think.

    I expect the Amm were all out hammering the lime. For once we had a lovely calm evening and you could hear the trees humming with activity from 100 yards away. It sounded wonderful (to a beekeeper at least).

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    SNHBS Winter workshop on identifying native honey bees in Aberdeen on the 18th November !

    Should be good day and pretty hands on.

    Its free to members (www.SNHBS.scot to join !) and there are about 15 tickets remaining.

    https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ident...ts-38578048983

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    Thanks to the 40 odd members of SNHBS who attended at the weekend ! Great fun and very informative. Hope to run similar workshops next year and to start on a larger survey.

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