Burnt Lands Provincial Park (woodland site: sweep nets)
Basic information
Sample name: Burnt Lands Provincial Park (woodland site: sweep nets)

Reference: A. N. Taylor and P. M. Catling. 2011. Bees and butterflies in burned and unburned alvar woodland: evidence for the importance of postfire succession to insect pollinator diversity in an imperiled ecosystem. Canadian Field-Naturalist 125(4):297-306 [ER 2844]
Country: Canada
State: Ontario

Coordinate: 45.256901° N, -76.143700° W
Basis of coordinate: stated in text
Geography comments: "6 km NE of Almonte in the Ottawa valley"
Habitat: boreal forest/taiga
Protection: national/state park
Substrate: ground surface
Habitat comments: "4 hectares" that "had been semi-open, mixed boreal forest until 23 June 1999 when a fire swept through" although this site was unburned
Life forms: bees
Sampling methods: line transect, sweep nets
Sample size: 155
Years: 2008
Days: 11
Seasons: spring, summer, autumn
Sampling comments: bees "were collected for a second 15 minute period" after recording butterflies "by sweeping vegetation... along transects 100 m in length in each site... The dates... were 16 May, 1, 9, June, 1, 5, 12 July, 16, 21, 26 August, and 8, 13 September"
Sample: 3070
Contributor: John Alroy
Enterer: John Alroy
Created: 2018-08-18 14:58:36
Modified: 2018-08-18 15:25:11
Abundance distribution
30 species
7 singletons
total count 155
extrapolated richness: 42.3
Fisher's α: 11.082
geometric series k: 0.8937
Hurlbert's PIE: 0.9215
Shannon's H: 2.9204
Good's u: 0.9553
Each square represents a species. Square sizes are proportional to counts.