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Michelle Boone: Using detection probabilities to find rare bumble bees - an example from the Midwest

Washington Native Bee Society

Monthly Meeting

May 23rd, 2024 @ 7:00

Pressed plants in a herbarium collection

David Giblin: Using the University of Washington Herbarium of the Burke Museum's online resources to locate populations of Washington's native and introduced flora

May 23rd, 2024 at 7:00pm on Zoom

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David Giblin

David Giblin wearing a hiking outfit and brimmed hat stands in a mountaintop environment

David Giblin, Ph.D. is Collections Manager and Research Botanist at the University of Washington Herbarium, Burke Museum, where he researches the diversity and distribution of Pacific Northwest vascular plants. He conducts field work throughout Washington, and is currently focusing on alpine plant diversity of Washington's Cascade Range. He is lead editor and co-author of Flora of the Pacific Northwest, 2nd edition, Taxon Editor for multiple families for the Flora of North America Project, and manages the Plants and Fungi of Washington Image Gallery and Washington Flora Checklist.

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