Taxonomic voucher specimens for study of post-wildfire forest habitat in Douglas County, Oregon

Sara M. Galbraith, Jim H. Cane, Andrew R. Moldenke, Lincoln R Best, James W. Rivers


this publication provides data about voucher specimens deposited in the museum in conjunction with a research project on pollinators.


Forest Entomology, Taxonomy, Pacific Northwest, Pollinators

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