Museum collections are an extremely valuable resource for recording the history of populations of bee species. Physical insect specimens are essential for 1) morphological identification of species, 2) recording when adults are active during the season, 3) where the bees were found, and 4) what flowers they were visiting. All of this provides rich historical data of bee populations over time. However, some data can be sparse, sometimes inaccurate, or incomplete because identifying bees is […]