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  • Illinois town provides a historical foundation for today's bee research

    John Marlin, a research affiliate with the Illinois Sustainable Technology Center and Illinois Natural History Survey, displays one of Charles Robertson's original accession books in which he recorded data about the more than 25,000 insects he collected in Carlinville, Ill.

    John Marlin, a research affiliate with the Illinois Sustainable Technology Center and Illinois Natural History Survey, displays one of Charles Robertson's original accession books in which he recorded data about the more than 25,000 insects he collected in Carlinville, Ill.

    Photo by Michael Knapp

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      John Marlin, a research affiliate with the Illinois Sustainable Technology Center and Illinois Natural History Survey, displays one of Charles Robertson's original accession books in which he recorded data about the more than 25,000 insects he collected in Carlinville, Ill.

      Photo by Michael Knapp

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