Specimen records of Bombus (Alpinobombus) in the Oregon State Arthropod Collection as of December 2018
AbstractDigital records for 88 specimens of Bombus (Alpinobombus) are provided in an attached supplemental data file, including an important state record for Bombus (Alpinobombus) kirbiellus Curtis 1835 from Mount Baker, Whatcom County, Washington collected in 1980 by D. Shaw.
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