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Re: bee sounds

Subject: Re: bee sounds
From: "Kin Corning" kincorning
Date: Sun Jun 17, 2012 3:01 am ((PDT))
Not sure if this is any help, but in case:

It was recorded in Surrey in the much nicer May of last year.  There were 
dozens of bees on the bush, mostly honeybees, but there were a number of 
Red-tailed Bumblebees (Bombus lapidaries) among them.


--- In  "Jez" <> wrote:
> Hi all,
> i'm currently working on a project here in the UK related to bee sounds. One 
> of the sounds i'm trying to capture is the middle c buzz when the common 
> bumble bee is collecting pollen. The weather here in Yorkshire isn't exactly 
> playing fair & I wondered if anyone out there had any examples they'd be 
> prepared to share so that I can compare between the ones I already have & 
> ones from different countries perhaps ? I've been reading up & it seems that 
> some from North America & Canada have a different pattern to the buzz rate 
> for example.
> ta.

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