How to tag a bevy of bees

Johnson, Donna
February 1993
National Wildlife (World Edition);Feb/Mar93, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p24
Discusses the ingenious methods devised by scientists to tag and study small creatures. Radio telemetry; Intermec bar codes chips; Silver rice rats; `Shake and Bake' method; Powdered fluorescent paint; Backpacks for toads; Belts wrapped diaper-style; Pine Barrens tree frogs; Ban on hands-on research; AVM Systems in California.


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