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Robert A. Cannings
Royal British Columbia Museum
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#1Robert A. Cannings (Royal British Columbia Museum)H-Index: 4
Last. D. Knopp
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#1Robert A. Cannings (Royal British Columbia Museum)H-Index: 4
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#1Gregory R. Pohl (NRCan: Natural Resources Canada)H-Index: 5
#2Robert A. Cannings (Royal British Columbia Museum)H-Index: 4
Last. G. G. E. Scudder (UBC: University of British Columbia)H-Index: 11
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This list documents 2832 Lepidoptera species reported for the province of British Columbia, Canada. It is based on examination of the major public insect collections in the province and the Canadian National Collection of Insects, Arachnids and Nematodes, Ottawa, Ontario. Records from relevant literature sources and online databases have also been examined and reliable ones have been included. The entry for each species includes the scientific name, the author and year of publication of the orig...
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#1Gregory R. Pohl (NRCan: Natural Resources Canada)H-Index: 5
#2Robert A. Cannings (Royal British Columbia Museum)H-Index: 4
The Entomological Society of British Columbia (ESBC) is publishing a new checklist of the Lepidoptera of British Columbia as the third volume in the ESBC's Occasional Papers series (Pohl et al., in press). Occasional Paper No. 1, published in 1951, was "An annotated check list of the macrolepidoptera of British Columbia" by J. R. J. Llewellyn Jones. Llewellyn Jones was an active ESBC member who willed some of his estate to the Society so that insect lists and other projects might be published fo...
#1Claudia CopleyH-Index: 2
#2Elizabeth ElleH-Index: 26
Last. Robert A. CanningsH-Index: 4
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Bombus vosnesenskii, the distinctively-patterned Yellow-faced Bumble Bee, has undergone a significant and rapid range extension in British Columbia. Known initially from a single record of a few specimens at Osoyoos in 1951, it was put forward in 1996 as a species that warranted a threatened or endangered status because of its severely restricted range in the province. However, since 2000, the species has expanded north in the Okanagan Valley, west to the Similkameen Valley and, especially, has ...
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#1David F. Fraser (Indian Ministry of Environment and Forests)H-Index: 2
#2Claudia CopleyH-Index: 2
Last. Robert A. CanningsH-Index: 4
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Bombus vosnesenskii , the distinctively-patterned Yellow-faced Bumble Bee, has undergone a significant and rapid range extension in British Columbia. Known initially from a single record of a few specimens at Osoyoos in 1951, it was put forward in 1996 as a species that warranted a threatened or endangered status because of its severely restricted range in the province. However, since 2000, the species has expanded north in the Okanagan Valley, west to the Similkameen Valley and, especially, has...
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#1Robert A. Cannings (Royal British Columbia Museum)H-Index: 4
Abstract Efferia okanagana sp. nov. is described from specimens collected in the grasslands of the southern Interior of British Columbia, Canada, mainly the Okanagan Valley. The male and female genitalia are described and illustrated. The existing key to species of Efferia Coquillett is modified to enable identification of male and female E. okanagana. The species belongs to the E. arida species group and perhaps is most closely related to E. arida (Williston) and E. pinali Wilcox. Efferia coule...
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