monitoring pollinators and photography
Posted in the Entomology Forum
#1 Dec 2, 2013
I want to study the pollinators that visit certain eucalyptus flowers for part of my research. Has anyone had any luck monitoring flying insects with cameras (video or still shots)? I have heard some entomologist have used time lapse cameras but with little luck.
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