Burnt Lands Provincial Park (woodland site: pitfall traps)
Basic information
Sample name: Burnt Lands Provincial Park (woodland site: pitfall traps)

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, pitfall traps
Sample size: 46
Years: 2008
Days: 55
Seasons: spring, summer, autumn
Nets or traps: 10
Net or trap nights: 550
Sampling comments: bees "were collected for a second 15 minute period" after recording butterflies "along transects 100 m in length in each site... Ten pitfall traps... were set out... The traps were checked five days after setting... The dates... were 16 May, 1, 9, June, 1, 5, 12 July, 16, 21, 26 August, and 8, 13 September"
Sample: 3071
Contributor: John Alroy
Enterer: John Alroy
Created: 2018-08-18 15:24:38
Modified: 2018-08-18 15:24:55
Abundance distribution
12 species
6 singletons
total count 46
extrapolated richness: 27.1
Fisher's α: 5.278
geometric series k: 0.7652
Hurlbert's PIE: 0.7739
Shannon's H: 1.9227
Good's u: 0.8705
Each square represents a species. Square sizes are proportional to counts.