Bumble bee morphology and flight buzz frequency - alpine species
datasetposted on 25.11.2019 by Nicole E. Miller-Struttmann, David Heise, Johannes Schul, Jennifer C. Geib, Candace Galen
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Morphological measurements (tongue length, wing length, intertegular distance) and flight buzz frequency for two alpine bumble bee species (Bombus balteatus and B. sylvicola) as collected by Nicole Miller-Struttmann and colleagues in 2014 at Niwot Ridge Long Term Ecological Research Site in Colorado. COLUMN DETAILS: BeeNumber - a unique identifier given to each individual collected Species - bumble bee species Caste - bumble bee caste BuzzNumber - the buzz replicate (1 through 3) for each individual FlightBuzzFrequency - the characteristic frequency of the buzz in mm TongueLength - tongue length in mm WingLength - wing length in mm IntertegularDistance - the distance between the bases of the wings in mm