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Department of Defense 
Legacy Resource Management Program 


PROJECT NUMBER # 09-391 

A Study of Insect Pollinators Associated with DoD 
TER-S Flowering Plants, Including Identification of 
Habitat Types Where They Co-Occur by Military 

Installation in the Southeastern United States 

Laurie Davies Adams 
Stephen Buchmann, Ph.D. 

Anna D. Howell 
Jennifer Tsang 

December 2010 


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Executive Summary.3 

Background.4 

Research Methods.4 

Results.6 

Conclusions.8 

Acknowledgements.9 

Bibliography.10 


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Executive Summary 

This project provides information on new biological and pollination ecology for military natural 
resource managers to employ when managing their natural resources in accordance with their 
Integrated Natural Resource Management Plan (INRMP) as per the Sikes Act. 

Land managers can utilize findings from this project to help plan, conserve, protect and restore 
lands under their stewardship mandates and control. The project will help DoD advance 
pollinator-related natural resource management, conservation and restoration issues, along with 
promoting the tenets of the already established DoD-COE Pollinator MOU signed June 26, 2007. 

Phase 1 

The Phase I Legacy project (08-391) created an integrated Excel spreadsheet database of 
pollinator-plant associations (floral visitors and true pollinators) for DoD threatened, endangered, 
and at-risk flowering plants (angiosperms). This completed project focused on determining the 
floral visitors for several hundred species of at-risk flowering plants (angiosperms) found on DoD 
installations in southern California, Arizona, Nevada and New Mexico. The spreadsheet/database 
can be utilized by other DoD environmental stewardship personnel, along with other 
environmental scientists and DoD civilian contractors to help conduct their own on-the-ground 
observational studies of pollinators visiting TER-S flowering plants at specific southwestern DoD 
in s tallations. 

Phase II 

This final narrative report outlines the work that has been conducted during Phase II of the 
Department of Defense Legacy project. We continued documenting plant-pollinator associations 
for 87 threatened, endangered, and at-risk flowering plants located on military installations in 7 
southeastern States. 

The project constiste of extensive literature (library and online) searches for insect and vertebrate 
visitors to all known TER-S (87 species) flowering plants found on DoD lands in the southeastern 
United States. The target states were: 

• North Carolina 

• South Carolina 

• Georgia 

• Florida 

• Alabama 

• Mississippi 

• Louisiana 

Our findings for the Phase II Legacy project were similar to those findings for Phase I. We found 
that 68 of the 87 threatened, endangered, and at-risk flowering plants had no previous 
observational studies on plant-pollinator associations. Of those 68 plant species, 8 had no 
previous observational studies on related plants, e.g. plants in the same genera. For these 8 
species, we assigned likely pollinators (e.g. bee, bird, bat, moth, butterfly, beetle, and fly) based 
on the established pollination syndrome. Several floral morphological features (flower color, 
scent, floral rewards, bloom time, etc) are used by pollination biologists to associate specific 
pollinators (likely pollinators) to specific flowering plants. In all, the project conducted extensive 
searches, including literature (scientific journals and gray literature, online (taxonomy or research 
websites)) and interviews with biologists who conducted observations, for all pollinators or 
visitors to all known TER-S (87 species) found on DoD lands in the southeastern United States. 


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Background 

In 2003, the General Accounting Office (GAO) Report recommended and the resulting Action 
Plan signed by DoD, DOI, and USDA committed these agencies to work together in areas of 
science, management, and natural resource training. This project will promote more informed 
natural resource management including pollinators and their flowering host plants. In June of 
2007, the Department of Defense signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Pollinator 
Partnership (www.pollinator.org . formerly known as the Coevolution Institute), the 501(c)3 
parent organization of the North American Pollinator Protection Campaign (www.nappc.org) to 
facilitating a framework for cooperative programs that promote conservation and management of 
pollinators, their habitat, and associated ecosystems. 

The bee fauna of North America is extremely diverse, consisting of almost 7,000 species. The 
United States alone has approximately 4,000 species of native solitary and social bees. These 
diverse taxa live underground, in twigs and dead wood, and in various cavities. When all bee 
species are combined along with other pollinating insects such as flies, beetles, wasps, butterflies 
and moths, and examined in relation to the scattered populations of rare, threatened and 
endangered flowering plants, it is a formidable task to document and “connect the dots” between 
the plants and their known or suspected pollinators. This report documents these connections for 
a subset of TER-S listed plants occurring on DoD installations in the Southeast U.S. 

This Department of Defense Legacy Resource Management Program FY 2008 contract was 
awarded to the Pollinator Partnership (P2), under the direction of: 

• Laurie Davies Adams, Executive Director 

• Stephen Buchmann, Ph.D, Interim NAPPC Coordinator and project lead researcher 

• Lewis E. Gorman, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and project advisor 

• Anna Howell, University of Arizona graduate student and researcher 

• Jennifer Tsang, project manager 

Research Methods 

At the start of our investigation, we created a list of the TER-S rare plants kn own to occur on 
DoD facilities in the Southeast, based off the 2001 Species at Risk inventory doen for DoD by 
NatureServ along with the help and advice of Mr. Lewis Gorman. From this list we then began 
our work to determine the plant-pollinator relationships. It is important to note that no 
observational, collection, or trapping methods were used to monitor floral visitors and potential 
pollinators at target plant species in the field in our research area. 

Instead, the study focused on published and unpublished records of pollinators or visitors to TER- 
S plant species accessible in online databases, primary literature (journals), library resources, and 
from interviews and consultation with pollination biologists. Further, since original or 
summarized published observations of pollinating animal visitations does not exist for our 
numerous target TER-S flowering plant species, we broadened our search areas. For a very few 
plants, we had to use pollinator information for related (same genera) plant species in states 
outside of the seven southeastern states. Eight of the 87 TER-S plants had no pollinator data 
available, even for related plant species. Thus, in those cases we assigned a broad pollinator class 
(e.g. bee, fly, wasp, butterfly, moth, beetle, bird, and bat) based on examination of quality macro 
photographs of flowers, examining taxonomical descriptions, or examining pressed herbarium 
voucher specimens. This pollinator assignment is possible because “pollination syndromes” exist 
whereby floral morphology, shape, colors, rewards, and records of scents are all clues that lead to 
approximate predictions, of at minimum, orders and types of pollinating animals likely to visit a 


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given flower. This method of pollinator identification does not, however, replace collecting field 
data. 

In all cases, for the southeastern states we surveyed the existing pollination literature. This is 
because no data existed from observations actually made on these facilities. We also expanded 
our search criteria to include any and all sites where the plants grew within the seven states. 
Therefore, we believe that environmental stewardship divisions and contractors serving 
installations in all of the southeastern states may derive a benefit from our findings. 

Our investigative team chose an integrative and interdisciplinary approach to finding and 
documenting disparate pollinator and floral visitation records of TER-S plants in a wide variety of 
sources including: 

• primary print 

• electronic journals 

• electronic databases 

• industry and trade gray literature periodicals 

• http://www.monarchbutterfly.org/index.htmlunpublished sources 

• Interviews with field researchers 

1. IDENTIFICATION 

The following two websites were used to search for pollinators of specific flowering plants: 

• USDA “PLANTS” (http://plants.usda. gov) 

• Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS) (http://www.itis.gov). 

Essential information gathered from these websites included: 

• plant scientific name identification verification 

• common names 

• scientific names 

• taxonomic synonyms 

This was a crucial step since the exact Genus species/spelling allows for broader searches and 
confidence in the name of the species tracked across scientific publications and bibliographies. 
Once all scientific, common, and synonym names were found and confirmed, online searches 
were performed beginning with the plant name listed on the spreadsheet (Appendix). 

2. INITIAL INFORMATION GATHERING 

Google’s search engine (http://google.com) was used to gather initial information on pollinators 
for each TER-S plant. We also searched for scientific publications (bibliographic citations) using 
the beta version of Google Scholar. If no records were found using the species name listed, we 
would then use synonyms, then common names, and lastly the plant genus. Most records, even 
those found in peer-reviewed scientific journals, could be found using Google. 

3. INFORMATION GATHERING 

If a record was found in a peer-reviewed journal, the next step involved using the website Web of 
Science (http://apps.isiknowledge.com/WOS) to access articles. The most valuable records were 
found in peer-reviewed articles, the primary scientific literature found in print and online 
biological journals. Therefore, Web of Science was considered one of our most useful search 
engines. 

The search engine Google Scholar (http://scholar.google.com) was used if no records were found 
using Google or Web of Science. Google Scholar allowed access to a broader search of peer 
review records, such as articles in small journals. The last search engine used was Google Images 


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(http://images.google.com). A search of all photos pertaining to the plant listed would be 
produced (shown in column Z of the Excel spreadsheet). Some images would show a pollinator 
on the plant and that record would be used. We also searched for images using the USDA Plant 
database and archives. The main search engines used were: 

• Google 

• Google Scholar 

• Google Image 

• Web of Science 

Additional websites and databases used: 

• Center for Plant Conservation (http://www.centerforplantconservation.org) 

• National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis Interaction Web 
(http://www.nceas.ucsb.edu/interactionweb). 

• Zipcode Zoo ( http://zipcodezoo.com) 

4. UNAVAILABLE INFORMATION 

If all online resources had been exhausted and unsuccessful, a note was made on the spreadsheet. 
Additional ‘gray’ literature searches (written material that is generally not published 
commercially or is not generally accessible) were conducted. ’’Gray” searches included e-mailing 
individuals in the field of pollination biology for information. Both published and non-published 
data was accepted. 

5. GENERAL 

When pollinator records for a specific plant species were found, the author’s name, publication 
year, and a brief description of the type and quality of the data gathered, were recorded in the 
spreadsheet. 

Results 

Pollination ecology is a relatively young science and field observations on floral visitors, 
followed by their confirmation as pollinators are lacking for most of the more than 250,000 
flowering plants (angiosperms) worldwide. This is true even for some of the most familiar crop 
species. As a result, and as expected, pollinator records for a majority of the plant species listed 
could not be found; therefore, many of the records found describe pollinators for plants of the 
same genera as those found in our master list, but not for that particular species. Nonetheless, 
this project has created an extraordinary record and is a major accomplishment in bringing 
practical plant-pollinator relationship data to light for use by researchers, land managers, 
restoration ecologists, and more. 

Our findings from online records, published and unpublished literature, and interviews of subject 
matter experts for our TER-S flowering plant species found on DoD installations in seven 
southeastern states are presented in an extensive and comprehensive spreadsheet (Appendix 2) 
and in the annotated table (Appendix 2). We were able to document pollinators for 79 known 
TER-S threatened, endangered and rare angiosperm species found on military installations in 
North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana. We 
were unable to document the pollinators for the following 8 plant species: 

• Crossopetalum ilicifolium (Homestead Air Force Base (Closed), FL). 

• Ctenium floridanum (Cecil Field Naval Air Station (Closed), FL), 

• Hartwrightia floridana (Avon Park Air Force Bombing Range, FL, Camp Blanding , FL, 
Paisley LTA*, FL), 

• Nyssa ursina (Tyndall Air Force Base, FL), 


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• Phyllanthuspentaphyllus var. floridanus (Homestead Air Force Base (Closed), FL), 

• Sachsia polycephala (Homestead Air Force Base (Closed), FL), 

• Sideroxylon thornei (Eglin Air Force Base, FL and Fort Stewart, GA), 

• Tragia saxicola (Homestead Air Force Base (Closed), FL), 

For these few remaining species, we indicated the most likely pollinator in broad taxonomic 
categories (bee, fly, beetle, wasp, butterfly, bird and moth) in the species column for those plants. 
Very little primary or gray literature published information on pollinators of native plants exists, 
especially rare or threatened species. Data on insect pollinators provided in the Appendix and the 
associated spreadsheet are the only information available on the visitors to these southeastern 
TER-S plants. 

An additional 8 species were found to be autogamous (self-fertilizing) or wind pollinated, 
meaning these plant species do not require pollination for reproduction. The following plant 
species were found to be autogamous. 

• Basiphyllaea Corallicola (Homestead Air Force Base (Closed), FL; autogamous). 

• Brickellia cordifolia (Fort Benning Military Reservation, GA and Lake Seminole, GA; 
autogamous). 

• Carex impressinervia (R. B. Woodruff Lake, AL; wind pollinated). 

• Lachnocaulon beyrichianum (Military Ocean Terminal Sunny Point, NC, Bogue Field, 
N.C., and Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base, N.C.; wind pollinated). 

• Pteroglossaspis ecristata (Avon Park Air Force Bombing Range, FL, TS H H Buckman 
(Barge Canal, FL, 'Fort Stewart, GA, Hunter Army Airfield, GA, Lake Seminole, GA, 
Kings Bay Naval Submarine Support Base, GA, Fort Polk Military Reservation, LS, Fort 
Bragg Military Reservation, NC, Fort Jackson, SC, and Leesburg Training Site, SC; 
autogamous). 

• Rhynchospora crinipes (Eglin Air Force Base, FL and Fort Bragg Military Reservation, 
NC; wind pollinated). 

• Rhynchospora pleiantha (Military Ocean Terminal Sunny Point, NC and Camp Lejeune 
Marine Corps Base, NC; wind pollinated). 

• Schizachyrium niveum (Avon Park Air Force Bombing Range, FL; wind pollinated). 

One plant overlapped from the Western states: 

• Rudbeckia scabrifolia (Fort Polk Military Reservation, LA) 

Nine plants within the same genera that overlapped from the Western states: 

• Arabis sp. 

• Argythamnia sp. 

• Asclepias sp. 

• Carex sp. 

• Eriogonum sp. 

• Helianthus sp. 

• Lupinus sp. 

• Phacelia sp. 

• Symphyotrichum sp. 

It is rare for any flowering plant species to have just one pollinating animal association. Most 
angiosperms have a small guild of 6 to 12 or more animal species as floral visitors and 
pollinators. This redundancy ensures that if one pollinator declines or fails to visit its host plant, 


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some level of fruit and seed set occurs. This is exactly what we found; small guilds of a dozen or 
more pollinators are associated with most of the species. This pollinator guild redundancy (i.e. 
that often 5 or more pollinating insects can equally pollinate a single flowering plant species) was 
accounted for and is reflected in our Excel spreadsheet of pollinators and TER-S plants. 

Conclusions and Long-Term Benefits to Military 

This project provides a vast amount of new biological and pollination ecology information for 
military natural resource managers to employ when managing their natural resources in 
accordance with their Integrated Natural Resource Management Plan (INRMP) as per the Sikes 
Act. 

Now that insect pollinators (scientific names and some common names) have been associated 
with these flowering plant species, land managers can better plan, conserve, protect and restore 
lands under their stewardship mandates and control. Pollination systems, plants, and their 
associated pollinators cannot be viewed in isolation or singly. Protecting a threatened, 
endangered or rare flowering plant does not guarantee its survival as viable, reproductively stable, 
genetically diverse and stable populations. In order to protect and continue reproduction of TER- 
S plants, land managers must also take into account their respective pollinators. Often, 
pollinating animals do not nest or gather nesting materials from exactly the same habitats where 
TER-S plants live. Further, pollinators themselves may be naturally rare and are not frequently 
encountered even during extensive and expensive multi-year survey research programs. Land 
management plans should contain provisions to protect and conserve both plants and their 
pollinators, including providing host plants for pollinators compatible to the TER-S plants or 
leaving nesting materials available. 

These plant/pollinator associations can form the basis of more extensive field studies to associate 
specific TER-S plants with their corresponding pollinators, or more in-depth studies (i.e. Pollen 
and nectar diet breadth of bees or minimum and maximum flight distances for native bees). This 
information can be used to further refine habitat management plans and restoration/reintroduction 
efforts on degraded lands. DoD biologists will be able to make use of this plant/pollinator 
relational database to plan further studies and safeguard existing TER-S plant populations under 
their jurisdiction and care. Further, monitoring programs and voucher identification collections 
are a logical next step for installations. 

The project will help DoD advance pollinator-related natural resource management, conservation 
and restoration issues, along with promoting the tenets of the already established DoD-COE 
Pollinator MOU signed June 26, 2007. 

The natural resource information gathered for the southeastern states can assist military 
installations in their partnership activities over a broader range. Private landowners outside the 
fence line will be provided with new natural resource management information promoting the 
extension of benefits of wise natural resource management for pollinators occurring on military 
installations to adjacent non DoD lands. This adds value to installation natural resource 
management efforts by encouraging private landowners to employ conservation practices that are 
friendly to TER-S pollinators and TER-S plants of natural resource interest to the military. 

This information has been collected and synthesized for the first time in any format. An Excel 
spreadsheet was created for these data sets. It is presented in two alphabetical versions: one 
organized by plant species and the other by state. This information is easily searchable and can 
be queried by DoD land managers, environmental stewardship divisions, contractors, NGOs and 


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other partners. Our comprehensive listing of floral visitors to TER-S plants in the southeastern 
states increases the searchable database for these animal visitors and plants. 

Neighboring lands (private, Bureau of Land Management, State lands, parks or refuges) likely 
contain some populations of the same TER-S plants and their floral visitors. Therefore, 
environmental stewardship division chiefs can interact with contractors and partner land 
managers and biologists with plant and pollinator information in hand. 

Land management plans often neglect any consideration of animal pollinators. Both studies we 
have conducted (western and southeastern states) will allow DoD personnel and their partners to 
plan wisely and cost-effectively for military and recreational uses (e.g. hunting, driving, and 
hiking) of their diverse lands, habitats, and landscapes. It should help set a precedent that in order 
to preserve and protect native plants, it is crucially important to consider and implement habitat 
plans that include their pollinators, along with other materials needed by these animals (nesting 
habitat, water, leaves, resins etc.) in order to maintain plant reproduction and gene flow to create 
healthy populations of TER-S plants. 


Acknowledgements 

We thank the Department of Defense Legacy Resource Management Program for their support of 
pollinators! We would especially like to tha nk Mr. L. Peter Boice, Deputy Director of Natural 
Resources in the Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense and his Arlington office 
Legacy Resource Management Program staff (especially Natural Resource Management 
Specialists Jane Mallory and Pedro Morales) for assisting us during all phases of this important 
pollinator/plant literature research and database creation. 


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PH.D. Dissertation, Stanford University 
Keywords: 


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The author collected pollinators on various plant species along 10 communities/transects 
across Central California. All pollinators caught were identified to species as well as the 
flowers they were visiting. Pollinators were caught with a net. 

National Biological Information Infrastructure (nbii). Species Profile for Alabama Anglepod 
(Matelea alabamensis) 

http://export.nbii.gOv/xml/natureserv/htmPAsclepiadaceae/0/ELEMENT GLOBAL 2 1 

61566.html#ecology 

Pinto-Torres E. and S. Koptur. 2009. Hanging by a coastal strand: breeding system of a federally 
endangered morning-glory of the south-eastern Florida coast, Jacquemontia reclinata. 
Annals of Botany 1-11. 

Keywords: 

Breeding system, conservation, beach clustervine, Jacquemontia reclinata, 
Convolvulaceae, endangered species, floral visitors, coastal dunes, pollination, 
reproductive biology, Florida, Caribbean, bees,butterflies. 

Pitts-Singer, T.L., J.L. Hanula, and J.L. Walker. 2002. Insect pollinators of three rare plants in 
Florida longleaf pine forest. Florida Entomologist. 85(2): 308-316. 

Keywords: 

Harperocallis flava (McDaniel), Macbridea alba Chapman, Scutellaria floridana 
Chapman, Pinuspalustris Miller, threatened species, endangered species. Direct 
observation of pollinators on related species 
B. uniflora. 

Robertson, C. 1929. Flowers and insects: lists of visitors to four hundred and fifty-three flowers. 
Carlinville, IL, USA, C. Robertson. National Center for Ecological Analysis and 
Synthesis Interaction Web Database: 

http://www.nceas.ucsb.edu/interactionweb/html/robertson 1929.html . 

Keywords: 

Lists plant-pollinator interactions for 456 plant species in Illinois obtained by direct 
observation. 

Sahapiro, A. M., J. Zimpfer, and M. Bates. 2000. Reproductive ecology of the Sandhills Pyxie 
Moss ( Pyxidanthera barbulata var brevifolia ) in North Carolina. U. S. Army Coips of 
Engineers. Engineer and Development Center. ERDC/CERL TR-00-42. 
http://www.dtic.mil/cgibin/GetTRDoc?Location=U2&doc=GetTRDoc.pdf&AD=ADA38 

6590 

Keywords: 

Pyxidanthera barbulata var brevifolia, pollination, natural history, reproductive biology, 
pollinator observations. 

Schneider, E. L. and L. A. Moore. 1977. Morphological Studies of the Nymphaeaceae. VII. The 
Floral Biology of Nuphar Lutea Subsp. 

Macrophylla. Brittonia, 29(l):88-99. 

Keywords: 

Nymphaeaceae, Nuphar Lutea, Nuphar Lutea Subsp. Macrophylla , pollinators of Nuphar 
Lutea Subsp. Macrophyl I a. 


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Spigler, R. B. and S. Chang. 2008. Effects of plant abundance on reproductive success in the 

biennial Sabatia angularis (Gentianaceae): spatial scale matters. Journal of Ecology, 96: 
323-333. 

Keywords: 

competition, density, facilitation, fruit set, local neighbourhood size, pollen load, 
population size, reproductive success, Sabatia angularis, seed set. 

Spira, T. P. 1980. Floral parameters, breeding system and pollinator type in Trichostema 
(Labitae). American Journal of Botany 67(3): 278-284. 

Keywords: 

Trichostema biology, pollination, morphology. 

Thien, L. B. 1974. Floral biology of magnolia. American Journal of Botany 61(10): 1037-1045. 
Keywords: 

Magnolia, Coleoptera, pollination floral biology, floral morphology, insect pollination, 
Southeastern 

Todd, B. L., H. R. Owen, and J. M. Coons. 2002. Pollen Comparison From Insect Visitors to 
Stylisma pickeringii (Convolvulaceae), an Endangered Plant of Illinois Sand Prairies. 
Poster Presentation. 

http://www.eiu.edu/~bio data/posters/2002/poster 005.htm 

Keywords: 

Stylisma pickeringii, pollination biology, pollen comparisons, pollinators. 

Top Tropicals.com 

http://toptropicals.com/htmFtoptropicals/catalog/photo db/G.htm?NumPer 

Page=20&NumPerFine=4&listonly=0&first=740 

Keywords: 

Photo of related Guajacum officinale showing a honeybee visiting 
flowers. 

Trapnell, D.W., J.F. Hamrick, and D.E. Giannasi. 2004. Genetic Variation and Species 

Boundaries in Calopogon (Orchidaceae). Systematic Botany, 29(2): pp. 308-315. 
Keywords: 

States the plants on the genus Calopogon are pollinated by bees, particularly by large 
bees such as bumblebees. 

U.S. Fish and Wildlife: 

http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/recovery plans/vp final recovery plan/hoovers spur 

ge.pdf 

Keywords: 

Pollinators observed on related C. hooveri. 

U.S. Fish and Wildlife: 

http://www.fws.gov/verobeach/images/pdflibrary/chga.PDF 

Keywords: 

Pollinators observed on specific species of C.porteriana. 

Watson, F., and Dallwitz, M.J. 1992 onwards. The families of flowering plants: descriptions, 
illustrations, identification, and information retrieval. Version: 25th November 2009. 
http://delta-intkey.com . 


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Keywords: 

Eriocaulaceae, biology, reproduction and pollination of plants in the Eriocaulaceae 
family. 

Wall, M. A., A. P. Teem, and R. S. Boyd. 2002. floral manipulation by Lasioglossum zephyrum 
(hymenoptera: halictidae) ensures first access to floral rewards by initiating premature 
anthesis of xyris tennesseensis (xyridaceae) flowers. Florida Entomologist 85(1): 290- 
291. http://www.fcla.edu/FlaEnt/fe85n290.pdf 
Keywords: 

endangered species, pollination biology, Lasioglossum zephyrum, Xyris tennesseensis. 

White, D. A. and L. B. Thien. 1985. The pollination of Illicium parviflorum (Illiciaceae). The 
Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society. 101 (1): 15-18. 

Keywords: 

Illicium , pollination, incompatibility, Diptera. direct observation of pollinators. 

Zettler, L.W., N. S. Ahuja, and T. M. Mclnnis, Jr. 1996. Insect Pollination of the 

Endangered Monkey-Face Orchid ( Platanthera integrilabia) in McMinn County, 
Tennessee: One Last Glimpse of a Once Common Spectacle. Castanea, Vol. 61, No. 1 
(Mar., 1996), pp. 14-24. 

Keywords: 

Platanthera integrilabia, pollination, reproduction. 


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Appendix to DoD TER-S Pollinator Project (Legacy 09-391) 

List of TER-S angiosperms, state where populations are found, and a list of 

corresponding pollinators. 


Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) 
and (Common Name) Names in which 

Plant Species 
Occur 


Aesculusparviflora (GA) Andrena subtilis (2) Fort Benning 

(Small-flowered Buckeye) Anthemoessa abrupta (1) Military 

Anthophora ursina (1) Reservation 

Bombus americanorum (1) 

Bombus auricomus (1) 

Bombus impatiens (1) 

Bombus scutellaris (1) 

Bombus separatus (1) 

Centrosmia bucephala (1) 

Eupliydryas chalcedona (2) 

Listrus sp. (2) 

Lycaena orota (2) 

Osmia cordata (1) 

Strymon californica (2) 

Strymon saepium (2) 

Tetralonia belfragei (1) 

Tetralonia dilecta (1) 

Trochilus colubris (1) 

Amorpha georgiana var. confuse Agapostemon texanus Military 

(NC) (Georgia false indigo) Alcidamea simplex Ocean 

Anthrax sinuosa Terminal 

Bicyrtes ventralis Sunny Point 

Bombias separatus 

Bombus americanorum 

Calliopsis andreniformis 

Centrias americanus 

Ceratina dupla 

Cerceris bicornuta 

Chloralictus pilosus 

Chloralictus sparsus 

Chloralictus tegularis 

Chloralictus versatus 

Coelioxys 8-dentata 

Coelioxys sayi 

Colletes eulophi 

Curtisapis forbesii 

Diabrotica 12-punctata 

Diabrotica atripennis 

Elis 5-cincta 


Conservation 
Status (Global 
GRANK -G; 

State SRANK - S; 
Federal Listing - 

C or PS) _ 

G2G3, S2S3 


G3T2, S2 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 
and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 
Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Eumenes fraternus 
Evylaeus pectoralis 
Halictus lerouxii 
Halictus parallelus 
Hoplitis cylindricus 
Isodontia apicalis 
Leionotus anormis 
Leionotus dorsalis 
Macrobasis unicolor 
Megachile brevis 
Neotiypetes truncatus 
Oxystoglossa confusa 
Oxystoglossa similis 
Paragus bicolor 
Philanthus ventilabris 
Priononyx atrata 
Priononyx thomae 
Prosopis pygmaea 
Prosopis saniculae 
Prosopis sayi 
Prosopis ziziae 
Psithyrus variabilis 
Seladonia fasciata 
Sphaerophoria cylindrica 
Sphex nigricans 
Sphex pictipennis 
Sphex procera 
Sphex vulgaris 
Tachytes elongatus 
Tachytes pepticus 
Toxophora amphitea 

_ Tropidia mamillata _ 

Amorpha georgiana var. Agapostemon texanus Pope Air G3T2, S2 

georgiana (NC) Alcidamea simplex Force Base 

(Georgia Leadplant) Anthrax sinuosa 

Bicyrtes ventralis 
Bombias separatus 
Bombus americanorum 
Calliopsis andreniformis 
Centrias americanus 
Ceratina dupla 
Cerceris bicornuta 
Chloralictus pilosus 

_ Chloralictus sparsus _ 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 
and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 
Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Chloralictus tegularis 
Chloralictus versatus 
Coelioxys 8-dentata 
Coelioxys sayi 
Colletes eulophi 
Curtisapis forbesii 
Diabrotica 12-punctata 
Diabrotica atripennis 
Elis 5-cincta 
Eumenes fraternus 
Evylaeus pectoralis 
Halictus lerouxii 
Halictus parallelus 
Hoplitis cylindricus 
Isodontia apicalis 
Leionotus anormis 
Leionotus dorsalis 
Macrobasis unicolor 
Megachile brevis 
Neotiypetes truncatus 
Oxystoglossa confusa 
Oxystoglossa similis 
Paragus bicolor 
Philanthus ventilabris 
Priononyx atrata 
Priononyx thomae 
Prosopis pygmaea 
Prosopis saniculae 
Prosopis sayi 
Prosopis ziziae 
Psithyrus variabilis 
Seladonia fasciata 
Sphaerophoria cylindrica 
Sphex nigricans 
Sphex pictipennis 
Sphex procera 
Sphex vulgaris 
Tachytes elongatus 
Tachytes pepticus 
Toxophora amphitea 

_ Tropidia mamillata _ 

Arabis georgiana (AL) Agapostemon radiatus (1) William G2, S2, C 

(Georgia Rockcress) Allograpta obliqua (1) Dannelly 

_ Andrena arabis (1) _Reservoir_ 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 

Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Andrena carlini (1) 

Andrena geranii (1) 

Andrena nasonii (1) 

Anthomyiella pluvialis (1) 

Apis mellifera (1) 

Augochlora viridula (1) 

Bombias separatus (1) 

Bombus flavifrons dimidiatus (2) 

Bombus impatiens (1) 

Bombylius major (1) 

Ceratina dupla (1) 

Chloralictus caeruleus (1) 

Chloralictus obscurus (1) 

Chloralictus sparsus (1) 

Chloralictus tegularis (1) 

Chloralictus versatus (1) 

Chloralictus zephyrus (1) 

Curtis apis coriacea (1) 

Dialictus microlepoides (2) 

Empis humilis (1) 

Empis nuda (1) 

Evylaeus 4-maculatus (1) 

Evylaeus foxii (1) 

Evylaeus pectoralis (1) 

Gnathias cuneatus (1) 

Gnathias ovatus (1) 

Gnathias xanthoparius (1) 

Halictus lerouxii (1) 

Leionotus foraminatus (1) 

Mesogramma geminata (1) 

Opandrena cressonii (1) 

Opandrena miserabilis (1) 

Opandrena per sonata (1) 

Osmia atriventris (1) 

Osmia pumila (1) 

Oxystoglossa confusa (1) 

Oxystoglossa pur a (1) 

Oxystoglossa similis (1) 

Pachymeria pudica (1) 

Prosopis sayi (1) 

Proteraner ranunculi (1) 

Sapyga centrata (1) 

Seladonia fasciata (1) 

Siphona geniculata (1) 

_ Syrphus americanus (1) _ 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), 
and (Common Name) 

Pollinators Scientific or Common 
Names 

Installation(s) 
in which 

Plant Species 
Occur 

Conservation 
Status (Global 
GRANK -G; 

State SRANK - S; 
Federal Listing - 
C or PS) 


Syrphus ribesii (1) 

Syrphus torvus (1) 

Tetralonia belfragei (1) 

Xanthidium luteolum (1) 

Zaodontomerus calcaratus (1) 



Argythamnia blodgettii (FL) 
(Blodgett's Wild Mercury) 

Apis mellifera 

Archytas apicifer 

Callophrys gryneus 

Key West 
Naval Air 
Station 

G2, S2, C 

Asclepias viridula (FL) 

(Southern Milkweed) 

Eristalis tenax 

Hylaeus cressuni cressoni 

Hylaeus episcopalis 

Hylaeus modestus citrinifrons 
Moredella atrata albosuturalis 

Mordella hubbsi 

Paragus sp. 

Sphecodes sp. 

Stelis sp. 

Stigmus sp. 

Zodion americanum 

Eglin Air 

Force Base 

G2, S2 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 
Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Balduina atropurpurea (GA) Agapostemon splendes (4) Fort Stewart G2G3, S2 

(Purple Balduina) Anthidiellum notatum rufimaculatum 

(4) 

Anthidiellum perplexum (4) 

Apis mellifera (4) 

Augochlora pur a (4) 

Augochlorella aurata (4) 

Augochloropsis metallica (4) 

Augochloropsis sumptuosa (4) 

Bombus impatiens (4) 

Bombus pennsylvanicw (4) 

Coelioxys dolichos (4) 

Coelioxys gerrnana (4) 

Coelioxys mexican (4) 

Coelioxys sayi (4) 

Coelioxys texana (4) 

Dialictus coreopsis (4) 

Dialictus miniatulus (4) 

Dialictus nymphalis (4) 

Dialictus placidensis (4) 

Dialictus tegularis (4) 

Dolichostelis louisae (4) 

Evylaeus pectoralis (4) 

Halictus ligatus (4) 

Hesperapis or aria (3) 

Megachile albitarsis (4) 

Megachile brevis pseudobrevis (4) 

Megachile georgica (4) 

Megachile inimical (4) 

Megachile petulans (4) 

Megachile policaris (4) 

Megachile pruiita (4) 

Megachile texana (4) 

Megachile xylocopoides (4) 

Nomad a fer\’ida (4) 

Nomia heteropoda (4) 

Perdita bequaerti (4) 

Trachusa fontemvitae (4) 

Xylocopa micans (4) 

_ Xylocopa virginica (4) _ 

Baptisia megacarpa (FL) Bombus americanorum Lake G2, S2 

(Apalachicola Wild Indigo) Callidryas eubule Seminole 

Centrosmia bucephala 
Tetralonia dilecta 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), 
and (Common Name) 

Pollinators Scientific or Common 
Names 

Installation(s) 
in which 

Plant Species 
Occur 

Conservation 
Status (Global 
GRANK -G; 

State SRANK - S; 
Federal Listing - 
C or PS) 

Basiphyllaea corallicola (FL) 
(Carter's Orchid) 

autogamous 

Flomestead 

Air Force 

Base (Closed) 

Gl, SI 

Brickellia cordifolia (GA) 

(Flyr's Brickell-bush) 

autogamous 

Fort Benning 

Military 

Reservation 

G2G3, SI 

Calopogon multiflorus (FL) 
(Many-flowered Grass-pink) 

Bombus sp. (2) 

Tosohatchee 

LTA* 

G2G3, S2S3 

Calydorea coelestina (FL) 
(Bartram's Ixia) 

Epicauta strigosa 

Camp 

B landing 

G2, S2 

Carex impressinervia (AL) 
(Impressed-nerved sedge) 

wind pollinated 

R. B. 

Woodruff 

Lake 

G1G2, SI 

Chamaesyce cumulicola (FL) 
(Sand-dune Spurge) 

Beetles 

Flies 

Bees 

Wasps 

Butterflies 

Moths 

Cape 

Canaveral Air 
Force Station 

G2, S2 

Chamaesyce porteriana (FL) 
(Porter's Broom Spruge) 

Beetles 

Flies 

Bees 

Wasps 

Butterflies 

Moths 

Flomestead 

Air Force 

Base (Closed) 

G2, S2 

Chysopsis godfreyi (FL) 
(Godfrey's Golden-Aster) 

Bombus centralis 

Eglin Air 

Force Base 

G2, S2 

Chysopsis gossypina ssp. 
Cruiseana (FL) 

(Cruise's Golden-Aster) 

Bombus centralis 

Eglin Air 

Force Base 

G5T2, S2 

Crataegus ashei (AL) 

(Fiarbison's hawthorn) 

Acmaeodera culta 

Alophora grandis 

Ancistrocerus capra 

Ancistrocerus tigris 

Andrena dunningi 

Andrena erythrogastra 

Andrena mandibularis 

Andrena nasonii 

Andrena personata 

Andrena pruni 

Andrena sayi 

Anosia plexippus 

Anthemois centuncularis 

Apis mellifera 

R. B. 

Woodruff 

Lake 

Gl, SI 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 

Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Asclera puncticollis 
Augochlora viridula 
Bombias auricomus 
Bombias separatus 
Bombus americanorum 
Bombus impatiens 
Bombylius major 
Bombylius pulchellus 
Brachypalpus frontosus 
Calliphora erythrocephala 
Calliphora vomitoria 
Camptoneura picta 
Cemonus inornatus 
Centrias americanus 
Ceratina dupla 
Chilosia punctulata 
Chloralictus cressonii 
Chloralictus pilosus 
Chloralictus sparsus 
Chloralictus tegularis 
Chloralictus versatus 
Chloralictus zephyrus 
Chrysogaster Ontario 
Coccinella sanguinea 
Colletes inaequalis 
Colletes inaequalis 
Compsomyia macellaria 
Criorhina umbratilis 
Cyan iris pseudargiolus 
Cynomyia cadaverina 
Cynomyia cadaverina 
Diabrotica vittata 
Didea fasciata 
Disonycha limbicollis 
Empis avida 
Empis distans 
Empis humilis 
Empis nuda 
Empis otiosa 
Enoplium 4-punctatum 
Eristalis aeneus 
Eristalis dimidiatus 
Eristalis latifrons 
Eristalis transversus 

_ Eumenes fraternus _ 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 

Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Euphoria fulgida 
Evylaeus arcuatus 
Evylaeus foxii 
Evylaeus pectoralis 
Gonia capitata 
Halictus lerouxii 
Helicobia 4-setosa 
Helophilus similis 
Hippodamea 15-maculata 
Laertias philenor 
Leionotus anormis 
Leionotus foraminatus 
Lucilia caesar 
Mallota cimbiciformis 
Mesogramma geminata 
Microchrysa polita 
Molorchus bimaculatus 
Morellia micans 
Myiolepta strigilata 
Myopa vesiculosa 
Odontalictus ligatus 
Opandrena cressonii 
Opandrena miserabilis 
Opandrena personata 
Orthoneura nitida 
Orthoneura pictipennis 
Oxystoglossa confusa 
Oxystoglossa similis 
Parandrena andrenoides 
Phorbia acra 
Phorbia platura 
Phormia regina 
Phormia terraenovae 
Pipiza nigribarba 
Polistes pallipes 
Polistes variatus 
Polygon ia in terrogationis 
Prochelostoma philadelphi 
Prosopis crataegi 
Prosopis illinoensis 
Prosopis pygmaea 
Prosopis saniculae 
Prosopis ziziae 
Pseudopyrellia cornicina 
Psilota buccata 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 
and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 
Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Rhamphomyia mutabilis 
Rhamphomyia pil igeron is 
Rhamphomyia priapulus 
Rhamphomyia sordida 
Rhamphomyia tersa 
Rhopalum scutellatum 
Sarcophaga sinuata 
Seladonia fasciata 
Stratiomyia quaternaria 
Symmorphus debilis 
Symmorphus walshianus 
Syritta pipiens 
Syrphus americanus 
Syrphus torvus 
Tetralonia dilecta 
Tiphia clypeata 
Trachandrena claytoniae 
Trachandrena crataegi 
Trachandrena forbesii 
Trachandrena hippotes 
Trachandrena nuda 
Trachandrena rugosa 
Vanessa huntera 
Vespula germanica 
Volucella vesiculosa 
Xanthogramma emarginata 

_ Xylota fraudulosa _ 

Crataegua triflora (AL) Acmaeodera culta R. B. G2, S2 

(Three-flowered Hawthorn) Alophora grandis Woodruff 

Ancistrocerus capra Lake 

Ancistrocerus tigris 

Andrena dunningi 

Andrena erythrogastra 

Andrena mandibularis 

Andrena nasonii 

Andrena personata 

Andrena pruni 

Andrena sayi 

Anosia plexippus 

Anthemois centuncularis 

Apis mellifera 

Asclera puncticollis 

Augochlora viridula 

Bombias auricomus 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 

Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Bombias separatus 
Bombus americanorum 
Bombus impatiens 
Bombylius major 
Bombylius pulchellus 
Brachypalpus frontosus 
Calliphora erythrocephala 
Calliphora vomitoria 
Camptoneura picta 
Cemonus inornatus 
Centrias americanus 
Ceratina dupla 
Chilosia punctulata 
Chloralictus cressonii 
Chloralictus pilosus 
Chloralictus sparsus 
Chloralictus tegularis 
Chloralictus versatus 
Chloralictus zephyrus 
Chrysogaster Ontario 
Coccinella sanguinea 
Colletes inaequalis 
Colletes inaequalis 
Compsomyia macellaria 
Criorhina umbratilis 
Cyan iris pseudargiolus 
Cynomyia cadaverina 
Cynomyia cadaverina 
Diabrotica vittata 
Didea fasciata 
Disonycha limbicollis 
Empis avida 
Empis distans 
Empis humilis 
Empis nuda 
Empis otiosa 
Enoplium 4-punctatum 
Eristalis aeneus 
Eristalis dimidiatus 
Eristalis latifrons 
Eristalis transversus 
Eumenes fraternus 
Euphoria fulgida 
Evylaeus arcuatus 

_ Evylaeus foxii _ 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 

Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Evylaeus pectoralis 
Gonia capitata 
Halictus lerouxii 
Helicobia 4-setosa 
Helophilus similis 
Hippodamea 15-maculata 
Laertias philenor 
Leionotus anormis 
Leionotus foraminatus 
Lucilia caesar 
Mallota cimbiciformis 
Mesogramma geminata 
Microchrysa polita 
Molorchus bimaculatus 
Morellia micans 
Myiolepta strigilata 
Myopa vesiculosa 
Odontalictus ligatus 
Opandrena cressonii 
Opandrena miserabilis 
Opandrena personate 
Orthoneura nitida 
Orthoneura pictipennis 
Oxystoglossa confusa 
Oxystoglossa similis 
Parandrena andrenoides 
Phorbia acra 
Phorbia platura 
Phormia regina 
Phormia terraenovae 
Pipiza nigribarba 
Polistes pallipes 
Polistes variatus 
Polygonia interrogationis 
Prochelostoma philadelphi 
Prosopis crataegi 
Prosopis illinoensis 
Prosopis pygmaea 
Prosopis saniculae 
Prosopis ziziae 
Pseudopyrellia cornicina 
Psilota buccata 
Rhamphomyia mutabilis 
Rhamphomyia pil igeron is 

_ Rhamphomyia priapulus _ 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 
and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 
Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Rhamphomyia sordida 
Rhamphomyia tersa 
Rhopalum scutellatum 
Sarcophaga sinuata 
Seladonia fasciata 
Stratiomyia quaternaria 
Symmorphus debilis 
Symmorphus walshianus 
Syritta pipiens 
Syrphus americanus 
Syrphus torvus 
Tetralonia dilecta 
Tiphia clypeata 
Trachandrena claytoniae 
Trachandrena crataegi 
Trachandrena forbesii 
Trachandrena hippotes 
Trachandrena nuda 
Trachandrena rugosa 
Vanessa huntera 
Vespula germanica 
Volucella vesiculosa 
Xanthogramma emarginata 
Xylota fraudulosa 

Crossopetalum ilicifolium (FL) wind pollinated Flomestead G2, S2 

(Christmas Berry) Air Force 

_ Base (Closed) _ 

Croton Elliottii (FL) Anthidiellum, Lake G2G3, SF1 

(Elliot's Croton) Colletes, Seminole 

Exomalopsis, 

Halictus, 

Heriades, 

Hylaeus, 

Megachile, 

Melissodes, 

Mesoxaea, 

Nomia, 

Osmia, 

Oxaea, 

Perdita, 

Prosapis (a subgenus of Hylaeus), 

Prosopis (a subgenus of Hylaeus), 

Protandrena, 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 
and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 
Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Synhalonia, 

Xylocopa. 


Ctenium floridanum (FL) wind pollinated Cecil Field G2, S2 

(Florida Orange-Grass) Naval Air 

Station 

_ (Closed) _ 

Dicerandra radfordiana (GA) Apis mellifera Townsend G1Q, SI 

(Radford Dicerandra) Bombus impatiens Range 

Augochlorella gratiosa 

_ Exprosopa fasciata _ 

Elliottia racemosa (GA) Plant mainly self fertilizes (1) Fort Stewart G2G3, S2S3 

(Georgia Plume) Bumblebee (2) 

Eriogonum longifolium var. Agriades glandon (2) Redstone G4T2, SI 

Harperi (AL) Anastocchus melanohalteralis (2) Arsenal 

(Flarper's Umbrella-Plant) Ancistrocerus catskill (2) 

Ancistrocerus lineativentris (2) 

Andrena birtwelli (2) 

Andrena errans (2) 

Andrena nigrocaerulea (2) 

Andrena sp. (1) 

Anthidium sp. (1) 

Asemosyrphus polygrammus (2) 

Ashmeadiella rufitarsis (2) 

Ashmeadiella sp. (1) 

Augochlorella pomoniella (2) 

Bombus bifarius nearcticus (2) 

Bombus occidentalis nigroscutatus (2) 

Bombus sylvicola (2) 

Ceratina acantha (2) 

Ceratina nanula (2) 

Cerceris sp. (2) 

Chelostoma sp. (1) 

Chry’sobothn’s fragrariae (2) 

Chrysura densa (2) 

Colletes fulgidus fulgidus (2) 

Colletes kincaidii (2) 

Colletes nigrifrons (2) 

Cylindromyia sp. (2) 

Dialictus incompletus (2) 

Dialictus microlepoides (2) 

Dialictus nevadensis (2) 

_ Dialictus punctatoventris (2) _ 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 

Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Dialictus tegulariformis (2) 

Dianthidium sp. (1) 

Epeolus americanus (2) 

Eristalis hirtus (2) 

Eugnoriste sp. (2) 

Euodymerus foraminatus scutellaris(2) 

Euodymerus tempifer eldorada (2) 

Eupeodes volucris (2) 

Evylaeus sp. (2) 

Exetastes sp. (2) 

Geron subauratus (2) 

Halictoides sp. (1) 

Halictus rubicundus (2) 

Hedychridium fletcheri (2) 

Helophilus latifrons (2) 

Heriades sp. (1) 

Hesperapis sp. (1) 

Hesperia harpalis yosemite (2) 

Hoplitis sp. (1) 

Hylaeus basalis (2) 

Hylaeus coloradensis (2) 

Hylaeus ellipticus (2) 

Hylaeus personatellus (2) 

Hylemya cinerella (2) 

Judiola instabilis (2) 

Lasiops medius (2) 

Lithurgus sp. (1) 

Lycaena cupreus (2) 

Lycaena editha (2) 

Lycaena heteroneura (2) 

Lycaena nivalis (2) 

Lycaena phlaeas (2) 

Lycaena rubidus (2) 

Megachileperihirta (2) 

Megachile sp. (1) 

Mericia sp. (2) 

Metacosmus sp. (2) 

Microdynerus sayi (2) 

Mordella atrata albosuturalis (2) 

Nomada sp. (2) 

Nomadopsis edwardsii (2) 

Notoxus sp. (2) 

Nowickia sp. (2) 

Odontomyia hirtocculata (2) 

_ Orphilus subnitidus (2) _ 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 
and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 
Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Osmia paradisica (2) 

Osmia sp. (1) 

Oxybelus emarginatus (2) 

Oxybelus uniglumis quadrinotatus (2) 

Pantarbes sp. (2) 

Papilio indra (2) 

Paragus sp. (2) 

Philotes battoides (2) 

Plebejus acmon (2) 

Plebejus argyrognomon (2) 

Plebejus icarioides icarioides (2) 

Plebejus melissa (2) 

Plebejus saepeolus (2) 

Plebejus shasta comstocki (2) 

Polites sabuleti tecumseh (2) 

Proteriades sp. (1) 

Pseudomasaris zonalis (2) 

Pyrgus communis (2) 

Pyrgus ruralis (2) 

Saxinis saucia (2) 

Schoenomyza litorella (2) 

Serica sp. (2) 

Solierella sp. (2) 

Sphecodes sp. (2) 

Stator limbatus (2) 

Stelis sp. (2) 

Stenochidis sp. (2) 

Stenodynerus blandus (2) 

Tachysphex sp. (2) 

Tenthredo retura (2) 

Tenthredo subnigriceps (2) 

Toxomerus occidentalis (2) 

Trupanea femoralis (2) 

Vanessa milberti (2) 

Vespula pennsylvanica (2) 

Vila fulviana (2) 

_ Zodion americanum (2) _ 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 
Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Euphorbia pinetorum (FL) Allograpta obliqua (1) Flomestead G2, S2 

(Pineland Poinsettia) Alophora aeneoventris (1) Air Force 

Anacrabro ocellatus (1) Base (Closed) 

Ancistrocerus campestris (1) 

Anthrax alternata (1) 

Ceratosoma fasciata (1) 

Cerceris finitima (1) 

Chariesterus anntennator (1) 

Chloralictus pilosus (1) 

Chloralictus sparsus (1) 

Chloralictus tegularis (1) 

Chloralictus versatus (1) 

Cistogaster pallasii (1) 

Cyphocera fucata (1) 

Elis 5-cincta (1) 

Eucerceris zonatus (1) 

Exoprosopa fasciata (1) 

Exoprosopa fascipennis (1) 

Hedychrum parvum (1) 

Hedychrum wiltii (1) 

Helicobia helicis (1) 

Holopyga ventralis (1) 

Larropsis distincta (1) 

Leionotus dorsalis (1) 

Leucospis affinis (1) 

Lindenius errans (1) 

Megastizus brevipennis (1) 

Mesogramma marginata (1) 

Mesogramma polita (1) 

Mimesa cressonii (1) 

Morellia micans (1) 

Notoglossa frontalis (1) 

Orthoneura nitida (1) 

Oxybelus 4-notatus (1) 

Oxybelus packardii (1) 

Pachyophthalmus signatus (1) 

Paragus bicolor (1) 

Paragus sp. (2) 

Paragus tibialis (1) 

Phorantha purpurascens (1) 

Pipiza pulchella (1) 

Polistes pallipes (1) 

Polistes variatus (1) 

Pontia protodice (1) 

_ Priocnemoides fulvicornis (1) _ 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common 
and (Common Name) Names 


Installation(s) Conservation 



Forestiera godfreyi (GA) 
(Godfrey's Privet) 


Forestiera segregata var. 
pinetorum (FL) 

(Florida Pinewood Privet) 


Guajacum sanctum (FL) 
(Flolywood Lignumvitae) 


Hartwrightia floridana (FL) 
(Florida Flartwrightia) 


Helianthus smithii (GA) 
(Smith's Sunflower) 


Hymenocallis henryae (FL) 
(Flenry's Spider-lily) 


Prion onyx atrata (1) 

Prosopis pygmaea (1) 
Prosopis ziziae (1) 
Protothyreopus bigeminus (1) 
Psammochares relativus (1) 
Pseudopyrellia cornicina (1) 
Sceliphron cementarius (1) 
Seladonia fasciata (1) 
Senotainia trilineata (1) 
Sparnopolius fulvus (1) 
Sphaerophoria cylindrica (1) 
Sphecodes arvensis (1) 

Syritta pipiens (1) 

Toxomerus sp. (2) 

Trichopoda pennipes (1) _ 


Flies 

Butterflies 


Flies 

Butterflies 

Bees 


Apis mellifera 


Medium/Large bees 


Calliopsis andreniformis 
Ceratina dupla 
Chloralictus tegularis 
Chloralictus versatus 
Mesogramma marginata 
Odontalictus ligatus 
Oxystoglossa confusa 
Oxvstoglossa similis 


Paratrea plebeja 
Battus philenor 


in which 
Plant Species 
Occur 


Status (Global 
GRANK -G; 

State SRANK - S; 
Federal Listing - 
C or PS) 



G4T2, S2 


G2, S2 


Kings Bay G2, SI 
Naval 
Submarine 
Support Base 


Flomestead 
Air Force 
Base (Closed) 


Key West 
Naval Air 
Station 


Avon Park Air G2, S2 
Force 
Bombing 
Range_ 


Fort Benning 

Military 

Reservation 


G2Q, SI 


Eglin Air 
Force Base 


G2Q, S2 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 
Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Hypericum edisonianum (FL) Agapostemon viridulus (1) Avon Park Air G2, S2 

(Edison's Ascyrum) Bombias auricomus (1) Force 

Bombias separatus (1) Bombing 

Bom bus americanorum (1) Range 

Bombus consimilis (1) 

Chelostomoides rufimanus (1) 

Chloralictus pilosus (1) 

Chloralictus versatus (1) 

_ Toxomerus sp. (2) _ 

Hypericum lissophloeus (FL) Agapostemon viridulus (1) Sunny Hills G2, S2 

(Smooth-barked St. John's-wort) Bombias auricomus (1) LTA* 

Bombias separatus (1) 

Bombus americanorum (1) 

Bombus consimilis (1) 

Chelostomoides rufimanus (1) 

Chloralictus pilosus (1) 

Chloralictus versatus (1) 

_ Toxomerus sp. (2) _ 

Illicium parviflorum (FL) Bothriocera datura (2) Paisley LTA* G2, S2 

(Yellow Anisetree) Clinodiplosis sp. (2) 

Cycloptilium sp. (2) 

Forcipomyia fuliginosa (2) 

Giardomyia sp. (2) 

Lestodiplosis sp. (2) 

Sisyra apicalus (2) 

_ Threticus sp. (2) _ 

Ipomoea microdactyla (LL) Agapostemon viridulus Homestead G2, S2 

(Wild Potato Morning-Glory) Apis mellifera Air Force 

Atiytone zabulon Base (Closed) 

Bombias auricomus 
Bombias separatus 
Bombus americanorum 
Bombus consimilis 
Cemolobus ipomoeae 
Cemolobus oligolege 
Deilephila lineata 
Emphor bombiformis 
Epimelissodes atripes 
Epimelissodes obliqua 
Euphoeades troilus 
Laertias philenor 
Melissodes bimaculata 
Melitoma taurea 

_ Peponapis pruinosa _ 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 
and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 
Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Sphinx eremitus 
Triepeolus remigatus 
Trochilus colubris 
Xenoglossa strenua 


Jacquemontia curtissii (FL) Melissodes bimaculata Flomestead G2, S2 

(Pineland Jacquemontia) Melissodes communis Air Force 

Apis mellifera L. Base (Closed) 

Ceratina cockerelli Smith 
Agapostemon splendens 
Augochlora pur a 
Augochlorella striata 
Augochloropsis anonvma 
Dialictus (Evylaeus) nelombensis 
Dialictus tegularis 
Dialictus sp. 

Lasioglossum sp. 

Nomia cf. maneei 
Megachile brevis pseudobrevis 
Mitchell 
Megachile sp. 

Campsomeris sp. 

Scolia nobilitata Fabricius 
Vespidae 

Chrysanthrax cypris 
Bombyliidae 
Palpada vinetorum 
Euaresta sp. Tephritidae 
Litolinga sp. Therevidae 
Hesperiidae 
Agraulis vanilla 
Acanthocelides sp 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), 
and (Common Name) 

Pollinators Scientific or Common 
Names 

Installation(s) 
in which 

Plant Species 
Occur 

Conservation 
Status (Global 
GRANK -G; 

State SRANK - S; 
Federal Listing - 
C or PS) 

Lachnocaulon beyrichianum 
(NC) 

(Southern Bog-Button) 

wind pollinated 

Military 

Ocean 

Terminal 

Sunny Point 

G2G3, S2S3 

Lantana depressa var. floridana 
(FL) 

(Florida shrubverbena) 

Ancyloxypha numitor 

Anosia plexippus 

Bombus americanorum 

Epargyreus tityrus 

Eurymus philodice 

Heraclides cresphontes 

Pieris rapae 

Plusia simplex 

Pontia protodice 

Trochilus colubris 

Cape 

Canaveral Air 
Force Station 

G3T2, S2 

Lilium iridollae (FL) 

(Panhandle Lily) 

Anosia plexippus (1) 

Argynnis cybele (1) 

Bombus caliginosus (2) 

Bombus flavifrons dimidiatus (2) 
Calypte anna (2) 

Euphoeades Troilus (1) 

Selasphorus rufus (2) 

Stellula calliope (2) 

Eglin Air 

Force Base 

G2, S2 

Lindera subcoriacea (FL) 

(Bog Spicebush) 

Papilio troilus 

Eglin Air 

Force Base 

G2, SI 

Liman carteri var. carteri (FL) 
(Carter's small-flowered Flax) 

Listrus sp. 

Flomestead 

Air Force 

Base (Closed) 

G2T1, SI, C 

Linum sulcatum var. harperi 
(AL) 

(Flarper's grooved-yellow Flax) 

Listrus sp. 

R. B. 

Woodruff 

Lake 

G5T2, S2 

Liman westii (FL) 

(West's Flax) 

Listrus sp. 

Eglin Air 

Force Base 

G2, S2 

Lobelia boykinii (GA) 

(Boykin's Lobelia) 

Agapostemon viridulus 

Alcidamea simplex 

Amegilla walshii 

Ancyloxypha numitor 

Anosia plexippus 

Anthidium psoraleae 

Apis mellifera 

Bombias separatus 

Bombus americanorum 

Bombus consimilis 

Bombus impatiens 

Ceratina dupla 

Robins Air 
Force Base 

G2G3, S2S3 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 
and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 
Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Chelostomoides rufimanus 
Chloralictus pilosus 
Chloralictus sparsus 
Chloralictus versatus 
Chrysophanus thoe 
Coelioxys 8-dentata 
Coelioxys rufitarsis 
Curtisapis coriacea 
Epimelissodes obliqua 
Euphoeades troilus 
Everes comyntas 
Hoplitis cylindricus 
Laertias philenor 
Limochores taumas 
Megachile brevis 
Megachile petulans 
Melissodes bimaculata 
Oligotropus oligolege 
Oxystoglossa confusa 
Pholisora catullus 
Pieris rapae 
Polites peckius 
Pontia protodice 
Seladonia fasciata 
Systoechus vulgaris 
Tetralonia dilecta 
Thanaos juvenalis 
Trochilus colubris 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 
and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 
Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Lupinus westianus (FL) Anthidium emarginatum Eglin Air G2, S2, (PS) 

(Gulf Coast Lupine) Anthidium mormonum Force Base 

Anthidium tenuiflorae 
Anthophora urbana 
Anthophura pacifica 
Apis mellifera 
Bombus bifarius nearcticus 
Bombus caliginosus 
Bombus centralis 
Bombus edwardsii 
Bombus flavifrons dimidiatus 
Bombus sylvicola 
Chelostomopsis rubifloris 
Eristalis hirtus 
Hylemya dexiata 

Megachile melanophaea calogaster 

Osmia bruneri 

Osmia car a 

Osmia dens a 

Osmia juxta 

Osmia lignariapropinqua 
Osmia nifonta 
Osmia nigrobarbata 
Osmia subaustralis 
Synhalonia lunata 

Lysimachiafraseri(AL) Macropis ciliata Fort G2, SI 

(Fraser Loosestrife) Macropis patellata McClellan 

Macropis steironimata steironimata Military 

Reservation 

_ (Closed) _ 

Macbridea caroliniana ( GA) Bombus sp. Fort Gordon G2G3, SI? 

(Carolina Bird-in-a-nest) _ 

Magnolia ashei (FL) Anaspis Rufa Eglin Air G2, S2 

(Ashe's Magnolia) Apis mellifera Force Base 

Copidita thoracica 
Diabrotica duodecimpunctata 
Epuraea duryi 
Mordella melaena 
Mordella octopunctata 
Ophistomis Bicolor 
Sitophilus oryzae 
Trichiotinus lunulatus 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), 
and (Common Name) 

Pollinators Scientific or Common 
Names 

Installation(s) 
in which 

Plant Species 
Occur 

Conservation 
Status (Global 
GRANK -G; 

State SRANK - S; 
Federal Listing - 
C or PS) 

Matelea alabamensis (FL) 
(Alabama Anglepod) 

small flies 

Eglin Air 

Force Base 

G2, S2 

Matelea floridana (FL) 

(Florida Milkvine) 

small flies 

Avon Park Air 
Force 

Bombing 

Range 

G2, S2 

Monotropsis reynoldsiae (FL) 
(Pigmy-pipes) 

Bombus sp. 

TSHH 
Buckman 
(Barge Canal) 

G1Q, Si 

Nuphar lutea ssp. Ulvacea (FL) 
(West Florida Cowlily) 

Apis mellifera 

Donacia piscatrix 

Halictus sp. 

Eglin Air 

Force Base 

G5T2, S2 

Nyssa ursine (FL) 

(Bear Tupelo) 

Small to medium sized bees 

Tyndall Air 
Force Base 

G2, S2 

Panicum hirstii (NC) 

(Hirsts' Panic Grass) 

Chloralictus versatus 

Camp Lejeune 
Marine Corps 
Base 

Gl, SI, c 

Phacelia covillei (NC) 

(Buttercup Scorpion-Weed) 

Acmaeodera idahoensis 

Andrena erecta 

B. Everett 
Jordan Lake 

G2, S2 


Andrena medionitens 
Anthidium clypeodentatum 
Anthidium collection 
Anthidium emarginatum 
Anthidium tenuiflorae 
Anthophora urbana 
Anthrax irroratus irroratus 
Ashimeadiella sp. 

Bombus californicus 
Bombus centralis 
Bombus flavifrons dimidiatus 
Dialictus microlepoides 
Epicauta puncticollis 
Evylaeus sp 
Formica fuse a 

Hoplitis albifrons argentifrons 
Hoplitis fulgida platyura 
Megachile melanophaea calogaster 
Megachile perihirta 
Metasyrphus lapponicus 
Osmia bruneri 
Osmia calla 
Panur,gin us sp. 

Plebejus saepeolus _ 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 
and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 
Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Pogonomyia amnicola 
Pseudomasaris coquillettae 
Pseudomasaris edwardsii 
Tenthredo anomocera 
Vanessa milberti 
Xeromelecta californica 


Phyllanthus pentaphyllus var. 
floridanus (FL) 

(Florida Five-petal Leaf-Flower) 

Generalist bees and flies 

Flomestead 

Air Force 

Base (Closed) 

G4G5T2, S2 

Physostegia correllii (LA) 
(Correll's False Dragon-Flead) 

Anosia plexippus 

Bombus americanorum 

Bombus consimilis 

Eurymus philodice 

Megachile brevis 

Melissodes bimaculata 

Trochilus colubris 

Bonnett Carre 
Spillway 

G2, SI 

Plantanthera integrilabia (AL) 
(White Fringeless Orchid) 

Epargyreus clarus 

Papilio glaucus 

Papilio troilus 

Fort 

McClellan 

Military 

Reservation 

(Closed) 

G2G3, S2, C 

Polygonella macrophylla (FL) 
(Large-Leaved Jointweed) 

Eumenidae wasps 

Glagellula sp. 

Perdita polygonellae 

Eglin Air 

Force Base 

G2, S2 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), 
and (Common Name) 

Pollinators Scientific or Common 
Names 

Installation(s) 
in which 

Plant Species 
Occur 

Conservation 
Status (Global 
GRANK -G; 

State SRANK - S; 
Federal Listing - 
C or PS) 

Pteroglossaspis ecristata (FL) 
(Crested Fringed Orchid) 

autogamous. 

Avon Park Air 
Force 

Bombing 

Range 

G2, S2 

Pyxidanthera brevifolia (NC) 

Apis mellifera 

Pope Air 

G2Q, S2 

(Well's Pixie-Moss) 

Augochlorella aurata 

Calliphora vomitoria 

Campsomeris plumipes fossulana 
Catharosianebulosa 

Colletes sp. 

Emphoropsis laboriosa laboriosa 

Gonia sp. 

Halictus sp. 

Jurinira sp. 

Linepithema humilis 

Phaenicia sp. 

Prenolepis imparis 

Force Base 


Rhexia paviflora (FL) 
(Small-flowered Meadow- 
beauty) 

Bom bus sp. 

Eglin Air 

Force Base 

G2, S2 

Rhexia salicifolia (FL) 

(Panhandle Meadow-beauty) 

Bom bus sp. 

Eglin Air 

Force Base 

G2, S2 

Rhynchospora crinipes (FL) 
(Hairy-Peduncled Beak-Rush) 

wind-pollinated 

Eglin Air 

Force Base 

Gl, SI 

Rhynchospora pleiantha \ 

wind-pollinated 

Military 

Ocean 

Terminal 

Sunny Point 

G2, SI 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 
and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 
Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Rudbeckia scabrifolia (LA) Acmaeodera pulchella Fort Polk G2G3, S2 

(Bog Coneflower) Aenignostomus longipalpus Military 

Agapostemon radiatus Reservation 

Agapostemon viridulus 

Allograpta obliqua 

Anthrax alteniata 

Anthrax fulvohirta 

Anthrax halcyon 

Anthrax parvicornis 

Apinops atra 

Apis mellifera 

Archytas analis 

Archytas aterrima 

Argynnis cybele 

Argyramoeba oedipus 

Basilarchia archippus 

Batyle suturalis 

Bembix nubillipennis 

Bembix spinolae 

Bicyrtes ventralis 

Bombias auricomus 

Bombias scutellaris 

Bombias separatus 

Bombus americanorum 

Bombus impatiens 

Calliopsis andreniformis 

Calliopsis coloradensis 

Calocoris rapidus 

Centrias americanus 

Centrinus scutellum album 

Ceratina dupla 

Ceratosoma fasciata 

Charidryas nycteis 

Chauliognathus pennsylvanicus 

Chloralictus albipennis 

Chloralictus coreopsis 

Chloralictus pilosus 

Chloralictus pruinosus 

Chloralictus sparsus 

Chloralictus versatus 

Chloralictus zephyrus 

Chrysophanus thoe 

Cistogaster occidua 

Coelioxys 8-dentata 

_ Coelioxys alternata _ 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 

Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Coelioxys sayi 
Coenosia antica 
Colletes americanus 
Colletes compactus 
Colletes eulophi 
Conops brachyrrhynchus 
Curtisapis coriacea 
Cyan iris pseudargiolus 
Cyphocera fucata 
Cyphopyga montivaga 
Diabrotica 12-punctata 
Elis 5-cincta 
Elis interrupt a 
Epeolus autumnalis 
Epeolus bifasciatus 
Epeolus interruptus 
Epicauta pennsylvanica 
Epigrimyia floridensis 
Epigrimyia geniculata 
Epigrimyia illinoensis 
Epimelissodes illinoensis 
Epimelissodes obliqua 
Eristalis aeneus 
Eristalis dimidiatus 
Eristalis latifrons 
Eristalis transversus 
Eurymus philodice 
Euschistus ictericus 
Eusiphona mira 
Everes comyntas 
Evylaeus pectoralis 
Exetastes suaveolens 
Exoprosopa decora 
Exoprosopa emarginata 
Exoprosopa fasciata 
Exoprosopa fascipennis 
Geron calvus 
Geron rufipes 
Halictus lerouxii 
Halictus parallelus 
Harmostes reflexulus 
Helophilus latifrons 
Hesperia montivaga 
Leionotus anormis 
Leionotus arvensis 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 

Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Leionotus molestus 
Lepidophora lepidocera 
Leskiomima secunda 
Leucostoma atra 
Leucostoma siphonina 
Limochores taumas 
Lygus pratensis 
Macrobasis unicolor 
Mallota cimbiciformis 
Megachile 6-dentata 
Megachile brevis 
Megachile petulans 
Melissodes agilis 
Melissodes autumnalis 
Melissodes bimaculata 
Melissodes boltoniae 
Melissodes coloradensis 
Melissodes simillima 
Melissodes trinodis 
Melissodes vernoniana 
Mesogramma geminata 
Mesogramma marginata 
Mesogramma polita 
Mordella marginata 
Mordella scutellaris 
Neotiypetes truncatus 
Notoglossa americana 
Ocyptera argen tea 
Ocyptera lata 
Ocyptera tenuis 
Odontalictus ligatus 
Odontalictus nigrirostris 
Oligotropus oligolege 
Oncomyia loraria 
Orthoneura nitida 
Oxystoglossa confusa 
Oxystoglossa pura 
Oxystoglossa similis 
Paragus tibialis 
Parempis clausa 
Peleteria robusta 
Phorantha humeralis 
Phorantha purpurascens 
Phthiria aldrichi 
Phthiria cincta 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 

Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Phthiria sulphurea 
Phyciodes tharos 
Pieris rapae 
Plusia simplex 
Polistes variatus 
Polites peckius 
Pontia protodice 
Priononyx atrata 
Priononyx thomae 
Proboscimyia siphonina 
Pseudopanurgus albitarsis 
Pseudopanurgus asteris 
Pseudopanurgus compositarum 
Pseudopanurgus labrosiformis 
Pseudopan urgus rudbeckiae 
Pseudopanurgus rugosus 
Pseudopan urgus solid agin is 
Pseudopyrellia cornicina 
Psithyrus variabilis 
Pterandrena aliciae 
Pterandrena rudbeckiae 
Pterochilus 5-fasciatus 
Ptilodexia abdominalis 
Sapromyza vulgaris 
Sayapis pugnata 
Sayapis sayi 
Scepsis fulvicollis 
Scolia bicincta 
Seladonia fasciata 
Senotainia trilineata 
Siphona geniculata 
Siphonella cinerea 
Siphoplagia anomala 
Spallanzania hesperidarum 
Sparnopolius fulvus 
Sphaerophoria cylindrica 
Sphex gracilis 
Sphex nigricans 
Sphex pictipennis 
Sphex vulgaris 
Spilomyia longicornis 
Stelidium trypetinum 
Stictiella pictifrons 
Syritta pipiens 

_ Syrphus ribesii _ 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 
and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 
Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Systoechus vulgaris 
Systropus macer 
Thecla calanus 
Toxophora amphitea 
Trichophora ruficauda 
Triepeolus concolor 
Triepeolus cressonii 
Triepeolus donatus 
Triepeolus helianthi 
Triepeolus pectoralis 
Tropidia mamillata 
Typocerus sinuatus 
Uranotes melinus 
Vanessa huntera 
Volucella fasciata 
Zaodontomerus calcaratus 
Zodion fulvifrons 
Zodion obliquefasciatum 


Rudbeckia triloba var. Acmaeodera pulchella R. B. G4G5T2, S2S3 

Pinnatiloba (AL) Aenignostomus longipalpus Woodruff 

(Pinnate-lobed Black-eyed Agapostemon radiatus Lake 

Susan) Agapostemon viridulus 

Allograpta obliqua 
Anthrax altemata 
Anthrax fulvohirta 
Anthrax halcyon 
Anthrax parvicornis 
Apinops atra 
Apis mellifera 
Archytas analis 
Archytas aterrima 

_ Argynnis cybele _ 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 

Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Argyramoeba oedipus 
Basilarchia archippus 
Batyle suturalis 
Bembix nubillipennis 
Bembix spinolae 
Bicyrtes ventralis 
Bombias auricomus 
Bombias scutellaris 
Bombias separatus 
Bombus americanorum 
Bombus impatiens 
Calliopsis andreniformis 
Calliopsis coloradensis 
Calocoris rapidus 
Centrias americanus 
Centrums scutellum album 
Ceratina dupla 
Ceratosoma fasciata 
Charidryas nycteis 
Chauliognathus pennsylvanicus 
Chloralictus albipennis 
Chloralictus coreopsis 
Chloralictus pilosus 
Chloralictus pruinosus 
Chloralictus sparsus 
Chloralictus versatus 
Chloralictus zephyrus 
Chrysophanus thoe 
Cistogaster occidua 
Coelioxys 8-dentata 
Coelioxys alternata 
Coelioxys sayi 
Coenosia antica 
Colletes americanus 
Colletes compactus 
Colletes eulophi 
Conops brachyrrhynchus 
Curtisapis coriacea 
Cyan iris pseudargiolus 
Cyphocera fucata 
Cyphopyga montivaga 
Diabrotica 12-punctata 
Elis 5-cincta 
Elis interrupt a 

_ Epeolus autumnalis _ 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 

Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Epeolus bifasciatus 
Epeolus interruptus 
Epicauta pennsylvanica 
Epigrimyia floridensis 
Epigrimyia geniculata 
Epigrimyia illinoensis 
Epimelissodes illinoensis 
Epimelissodes obliqua 
Eristalis aeneus 
Eristalis dimidiatus 
Eristalis latifrons 
Eristalis transversus 
Eurymus philodice 
Euschistus ictericus 
Eusiphona mira 
Everes comyntas 
Evylaeus pectoralis 
Exetastes suaveolens 
Exoprosopa decora 
Exoprosopa emarginata 
Exoprosopa fasciata 
Exoprosopa fascipennis 
Geron calvus 
Geron rufipes 
Halictus lerouxii 
Halictus parallelus 
Harmostes reflexulus 
Helophilus latifrons 
Hesperia montivaga 
Leionotus anormis 
Leionotus an’ensis 
Leionotus molestus 
Lepidophora lepidocera 
Leskiomima secunda 
Leucostoma atra 
Leucostoma siphonina 
Limochores taumas 
Lygus pratensis 
Macrobasis unicolor 
Mallota cimbiciformis 
Megachile 6-dentata 
Megachile brevis 
Megachile petulans 
Melissodes agilis 
Melissodes autumnalis 


48 









Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 

Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Melissodes bimaculata 
Melissodes boltoniae 
Melissodes coloradensis 
Melissodes simillima 
Melissodes trinodis 
Melissodes vernoniana 
Mesogramma geminata 
Mesogramma marginata 
Mesogramma polita 
Mordella marginata 
Mordella scutellaris 
Neotiypetes truncatus 
Notoglossa americana 
Ocyptera argentea 
Ocyptera lata 
Ocyptera tenuis 
Odontalictus ligatus 
Odontalictus nigrirostris 
Oligotropus oligolege 
Oncomyia loraria 
Orthoneura nitida 
Oxystoglossa confusa 
Oxystoglossa pura 
Oxystoglossa similis 
Paragus tibialis 
Parempis clausa 
Peleteria robusta 
Phorantha humeralis 
Phorantha purpurascens 
Phthiria aldrichi 
Phthiria cincta 
Phthiria sulphurea 
Phyciodes tharos 
Pieris rapae 
Plusia simplex 
Polistes variatus 
Polites peckius 
Pontia protodice 
Priononyx atrata 
Priononyx thomae 
Proboscimyia siphonina 
Pseudopanurgus albitarsis 
Pseudopanurgus asteris 
Pseudopanurgus compositarum 

_ Pseudopanurgus labrosiformis _ 


49 









Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 

Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Pseudopanurgus rudbeckiae 
Pseudopanurgus rugosus 
Pseudopan urgus solid agin is 
Pseudopyrellia cornicina 
Psithyrus variabilis 
Pterandrena aliciae 
Pterandrena rudbeckiae 
Pterochilus 5-fasciatus 
Ptilodexia abdominalis 
Sapromyza vulgaris 
Sayapis pugnata 
Sayapis sayi 
Scepsis fulvicollis 
Scolia bicincta 
Seladonia fasciata 
Senotainia trilineata 
Siphona geniculata 
Siphonella cinerea 
Siphoplagia anomala 
Spallanzania hesperidarum 
Sparnopolius fulvus 
Sphaerophoria cylindrica 
Sphex gracilis 
Sphex nigricans 
Sphex pictipennis 
Sphex vulgaris 
Spilomyia longicornis 
Stelidium trypetinum 
Stictiella pictifrons 
Syritta pipiens 
Syrphus ribesii 
Systoechus vulgaris 
Systropus macer 
Thecla calanus 
Toxophora amphitea 
Trichophora ruficauda 
Triepeolus concolor 
Triepeolus cressonii 
Triepeolus donatus 
Triepeolus helianthi 
Triepeolus pectoralis 
Tropidia mamillata 
Typocerus sinuatus 
Uranotes melinus 
Vanessa huntera 


50 









Plant Scientific Name, (State), 
and (Common Name) 

Pollinators Scientific or Common 
Names 

Installation(s) 
in which 

Plant Species 
Occur 

Conservation 
Status (Global 
GRANK -G; 

State SRANK - S; 
Federal Listing - 
C or PS) 


Volucella fasciata 

Zaodontomerus calcaratus 

Zodion fulvifrons 

Zodion obliquefasciatum 



Sabatia capitata (AL) 

(Rose Gentian) 

Megachilidae (leaf cutter bees) (1-2) 
Halictidae (sweat bees) (1-2) 

Syrphidae (hover fly) (1-2) 

Andrenidae (andrenid bees) (1-2) 

Fort 

McClellan 

Military 

Reservation 

(Closed) 

G2, S2 

Sachsia polycephala (FL) 
(Bahama Sachsia) 

Small bees 

Small flies 

Homestead 

Air Force 

Base (Closed) 

G2, S2 

Schizachyrium niveum (FL) 
(Scrub Bluestem) 

wind pollinated 

Avon Park Air 
Force 

Bombing 

Range 

Gl, SI 


51 





















Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 
Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Scutellaria alabamensis (AL) Alcidamea simplex (1) Anniston G2, S2 

(Alabama Skullcap) Ancyloxypha numitor (1) Army Depot 

Anthemoessa abrupta (1) 

Anthophora ursina (1) 

Atiytone zabulon (1) 

Bombias auricomus (1) 

Bombias separatus (1) 

Bombus americanorum (1) 

Bombus calignosus (2) 

Bombus consimilis (1) 

Bombus impatiens (1) 

Ceratina dupla (1) 

Chloralictus pilosus (1) 

Chloralictus pruinosus (1) 

Chloralictus sparsus (1) 

Chloralictus tegularis (1) 

Chloralictus versatus (1) 

Clisodon terminalis (1) 

Diceratosmia conjuncta (1) 

Epargyreus tityrus (1) 

Euphoeades troilus (1) 

Evylaeus pectoralis (1) 

Exoprosopa fasciata (1) 

Leionotus foraminatus (1) 

Megachile brevis (1) 

Melissodes bimaculata (1) 

Odontalictus ligatus (1) 

Osmia pumila (1) 

Oxystoglossa confusa (1) 

Papilio asterias (1) 

Pholisora catullus (1) 

Polistes variatus (1) 

Rhingia nasica (1) 

Sphaerophoria cylindrica (1) 

Syritta pipiens (1) 

_ Tetralonia dilecta (1) _ 


52 












Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 
Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Scutellaria ocmulgee (GA) Alcidamea simplex (1) Robins Air G2, S2 

(Ocmulgee Skullcap) Ancyloxvpha numitor (1) Force Base 

Anthemoessa abrupta (1) 

Anthophora ursina (1) 

Atrytone zabulon (1) 

Bombias auricomus (1) 

Bombias separatus (1) 

Bombus americanorum (1) 

Bombus calignosus (2) 

Bombus consimilis (1) 

Bombus impatiens (1) 

Ceratina dupla (1) 

Chloralictus pilosus (1) 

Chloralictus pruinosus (1) 

Chloralictus sparsus (1) 

Chloralictus tegularis (1) 

Chloralictus versatus (1) 

Clisodon terminalis (1) 

Diceratosmia conjuncta (1) 

Epargyreus tityrus (1) 

Euphoeades troilus (1) 

Evylaeus pectoralis (1) 

Exoprosopa fasciata (1) 

Leionotus foraminatus (1) 

Megachile brevis (1) 

Melissodes bimaculata (1) 

Odontalictus ligatus (1) 

Osmia pumila (1) 

Oxystoglossa confusa (1) 

Papilio asterias (1) 

Pholisora catullus (1) 

Polistes variatus (1) 

Rhingia nasica (1) 

Sphaerophoria cylindrica (1) 

Syritta pipiens (1) 

_ Tetralonia dilecta (1) _ 

Sideroxylon thornei (FL) Small bees Eglin Air G2, S1 

(Swamp Buckthorn) Flies Force Base 

_ Beetles _ 

Silene ovata ( AL) Anthidium emarginatum (2) William G2G3, SI 

(Ovate Catchfly) Anthidium tenuiflorae (2) Dannelly 

Anthophora urbana (2) Reservoir 

Apis mellifera (2) 

_ Bombus americanorum (1) _ 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 
and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 
Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Bombus sylvicola (2) 

Bombyllus cachinnans (2) 

Celerio lineata (2) 

Chloralictus pilosus (1) 

Dialictus microlepoides (2) 

Dialictus nevadensis (2) 

Hoplitis albifrons argentifrons (2) 

_ Pseudomasaris zonalis (2) _ 

Silphium brachiatum (AL) Agapostemon radiatus Redstone G2, S2 

(Cumberland Rosinweed) Agapostemon splendens Arsenal 

Agapostemon texanus 
Agapostemon viridulus 
Allograpta obliqua 
Anosia plexippus 
Anthrax alternata 
Anthrax halcyon 
Apis mellifera 
Archytas aterrima 
Atiytone delaware 
Atn’tone zabulon 
Basilarchia archippus 
Basilarchia astyanax 
Bombias scutellaris 
Bombias separatus 
Bombus americanorum 
Bombus consimilis 
Bombus impatiens 
Ceratina dupla 
Charidryas nycteis 
Chloralictus pilosus 
Chloralictus sparsus 
Chloralictus versatus 
Chrysophanus thoe 
Cistogaster occidua 
Coelioxys germana 
Cyphopyga montivaga 
Epargxmeus tityrus 
Epimelissodes obliqua 
Eristalis latifrons 
Eristalis tenax 
Eristalis transversus 
Euphoeades troilus 
Eurymus philodice 

_ Evylaeus pectoralis _ 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 

Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Exoprosopa fasciata 
Geron rufipes 
Halictus lerouxii 
Heraclides cresphontes 
Jasoniades glaucus 
Laertias philenor 
Leionotus dorsalis 
Limochores taumas 
Megachile 6-dentata 
Megachile brevis 
Megachile mendica 
Megachile petulans 
Melissodes agilis 
Melissodes bimaculata 
Melissodes coloradensis 
Melissodes simillima 
Melissodes trinodis 
Melissodes vernoniana 
Milesia ornata 
Odontalictus ligatus 
Oxystoglossa confusa 
Pholisora catullus 
Physocephala tibialis 
Polygon ia in ter rogation is 
Pontia protodice 
Pseudopanurgus labrosiformis 
Pseudopanurgus rugosus 
Pterandrena aliciae 
Pterandrena pulchella 
Sayapis pollicaris 
Sayapis pugnata 
Sayapis sayi 
Scolia bicincta 
Sparnopolius fulvus 
Sphex procera 
Systoechus vulgaris 
Triepeolus concavus 
Triepeolus concolor 
Triepeolus lunatus 
Triepeolus remigatus 
Triepeolus simplex 
Trochilus colubris 
Tropidia mamillata 
Vanessa atalanta 
Vanessa cardui 


55 









Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 
Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Vanessa huntera 
Zodion fulvifrons 
Zodion obliquefasciatum 


Solidago villosicarpa ( NC) Actiapilipennis Camp Lejeune Gl, SI 

(Leblond's Goldenrod) Agathis areolata Marine Corps 

Ageniella petiolata Base 

Allograpta obliqua 

Alophora aeneoventris 

Alydus pilosulus 

Alyson trianguliferus 

Ammobia ichneumonea 

Ammobia pennsylvanica 

Amobia distincta 

Anacrabro ocellatus 

Ancistrocerus campestris 

Ancistrocerus capra 

Ancistrocerus catskillensis 

Ancistrocerus tigris 

Andrena nubecula 

Anoplius illinoensis 

Anosia plexippus 

Anthrax altemata 

Apinops atra 

Apis mellifera 

Archytas aterrima 

Archytas aterrima 

Ashmeadiella bucconis 

Augochlora viridula 

_ Basilarchia archippus _ 


56 













Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 

Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Belvosia unifasciata 
Bembix nubillipennis 
Bombias auricomus 
Bombias scutellaris 
Bombias separatus 
Bombus americanorum 
Bombus consimilis 
Bombus impatiens 
Bracon simplex 
Brae on vernoniae 
Bruchus obsoletus 
Callida punctata 
Calliopsis coloradensis 
Calocoris rapidus 
Calythea albicincta 
Carneades velleripennis 
Ceratina dupla 
Ceratosoma fasciata 
Cerceris astarte 
Cerceris clypeata 
Cerceris compacta 
Cerceris finitima 
Cerceris fulvipes 
Cerceris kennicottii 
Cerceris prominens 
Ceropales bipunctata 
Ceropales elegans 
Ceropales fraterna 
Ceropales fulvipes 
Chauliognathus pennsylvanicus 
Chelonus sericeus 
Chilosia punctulata 
Chloralictus albipennis 
Chloralictus illinoensis 
Chloralictus sparsus 
Chloralictus tegularis 
Chloralictus versatus 
Chlorops proxima 
Chrysophanus thoe 
Cistogaster occidua 
Clytochrysus obscurus 
Coccinella 9-notata 
Coelioxys 8-dentata 
Coelioxys sayi 
Colletes americanus 


57 









Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 

Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Colletes armatus 
Colletes compactus 
Colletes eulophi 
Collops 4-maculatus 
Compsomyia macellaria 
Conops brachyrrhynchus 
Conops sylvosus 
Conops xanthopareus 
Crambus laqueatellus 
Cremastus retiniae 
Cryptocheilus agenioides 
Curtisapis coriacea 
Curtisapis forbesii 
Cyllene decorus 
Cyllene robiniae 
Diabrotica 12-punctata 
Diabrotica longicornis 
Diabrotica vittata 
Drasteria erechtea 
Elis 5-cincta 
Elis interrupta 
Ennyomma clistoides 
Ennyomma nigrifrons 
Epeolus autumnalis 
Epeolus bifasciatus 
Epeolus pusillus 
Epicauta pennsylvanica 
Epimelissodes obliqua 
Episyron biguttatus 
Eristalis bastardi 
Eristalis dimidiatus 
Eristalis flavipes 
Eristalis latifrons 
Eristalis tenax 
Eucerceris zonatus 
Eumenes fraternus 
Euphoria sepulchralis 
Eurema lisa 

Euryceromyia robertson ii 
Eurymus philodice 
Everes comyntas 
Evylaeus pectoralis 
Exoprosopa decora 
Exoprosopa fascipennis 

_ Feltia subgothica _ 


58 









Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 

Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Foenus tarsatorius 
Geron rufipes 
Gonochrysis perpulchra 
Graphomyia americana 
Gymnoprosopa clarifrons 
Gymnosoma fuliginosa 
F[alictus lerouxii 
Hedychrum violaceum 
Hedychrum wiltii 
Helicobia helicis 
Heliothis armiger 
Heloplulus latifrons 
Heloplulus similis 
Heodes hypophlaeas 
Heterosarus parvus 
Hilarella aristalis 
Hippodamea glacialiis 
Holonomada placida 
Hypocrabro 10-maculatus 
Iphiaulax rugator 
Isodontia apicalis 
Lampronota americana 
Lampronota varia 
Larropsis distincta 
Leionotus anormis 
Leionotus arvensis 
Leionotus foraminatus 
Leionotus histrionalis 
Leionotus scrophulariae 
Leionotus vagus 
Leionotus ziziae 
Leucospis affinis 
Limneria eurycreontis 
Lindenius errans 
Linnaemyia compta 
Lophocrabro singularis 
Lucilia caesar 
Lucilia sericata 
Lygaeus turcicus 
Lygus pratensis 
Machaeris stygia 
Megachile brevis 
Megastizus brevipennis 
Megilla maculata 
Melissodes autumnalis 


59 









Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 

Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Melissodes boltoniae 
Melissodes nivea 
Melissodes simillima 
Melissodes trinodis 
Mesogramma geminata 
Mesogramma marginata 
Mesogramma polita 
Metopius polycinctorius 
Microdus simillimus 
Milesia ornata 
Mimesa cressonii 
Morellia micans 
Musca domestica 
Myodites fasciatus 
Nemotelus glaber 
Neotiypetes productus 
Neotiypetes truncatus 
Nomada vicina 
Notoglossa americana 
Notoglossa frontalis 
Ocyptera tenuis 
Odontalictus ligatus 
Oncomyia loraria 
Orthoneura nitida 
Oxybelus 4-notatus 
Oxybelus niger 
Oxystoglossa similis 
Pachyophthalmus signatus 
Paradidyma singularis 
Paragus bicolor 
Paragus tibialis 
Paralictus platyparius 
Parempis clausa 
Peleteria robusta 
Perdita 8-maculata 
Perilampus cyaneus 
Perilampus fulvicornis 
Perilampus robertsonii 
Phasioclista metallica 
Philanthus punctatus 
Philanthus ventilabris 
Phorantha magna 
Phorantha pruinosa 
Phorbia acra 

_ Phyciodes tharos _ 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 

Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Physocephala texana 
Physocephala tibialis 
Planiceps niger 
Platychirus hyperboreus 
Platychirus quadratus 
Poecilopompilus interruptus 
Poecilopompilus navus 
Polidea areos 
Polistes annularis 
Polistes pallipes 
Polistes rubiginosus 
Polistes variatus 
Polites peckius 
Pompiloides marginatus 
Pompiloides subviolaceus 
Priocnemoides fulvicornis 
Priononyx atrata 
Priononyx thomae 
Prosopis illinoensis 
Prosopis pygmaea 
Prosopis sayi 
Prosopis ziziae 
Protothyreopus bigeminus 
Protothyreopus rufifem ur 
Psammochares relativus 
Pseudopanurgus asteris 
Pseudopanurgus compositarum 
Pseudopanurgus labrosiformis 
Pseudopan urgus solid agin is 
Pseudoplisus phaleratus 
Pseudopyrellia cornicina 
Psithyrus variabilis 
Pterandrena asteris 
Pterandrena solidaginis 
Rhopalum scutellatum 
Robertsonomyia palpalis 
Saparnopolius fulvus 
Sarcophaga cimbicis 
Sarcophaga hunteri 
Sceliphron cementarius 
Scepsis fulvicollis 
Scolia bicincta 
Scolia nobilitata 
Seladonia fasciata 
Senotainia rubriventris 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 

Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Senotainia trilineata 
Silaon inerme 
Siphona geniculata 
Siphoplagia anomala 
Siphoplagia flaccidirostris 
Solenius interruptus 
Spallanzania hesperidarum 
Sparnopolius fulvus 
Sphaerophoria cylindrica 
Sphecodes heraclei 
Sphecodium cressonii 
Sphecodium smilacinae 
Sphex nigricans 
Sphex pictipennis 
Sphex procera 
Sphex vulgaris 
Spilomyia 4-fasciata 
Spilomyia longicornis 
Spilomyia quadrifasciata 
Stelidium trypetinum 
Stizus unicinctus 
Stomoxys calcitrans 
Stylogaster biannulata 
Synothyreopus tumidus 
Syritta pipiens 
Syrphus americanus 
Syrphus arcuatus 
Systropus macer 
Tachysphex acutus 
Tiphia punctata 
Toxophora amphitea 
Trichopoda plumipes 
Triepeolus cressonii 
Triepeolus pectoralis 
Triepeolus pennipes 
Tropidia mamillata 
Trypeta humilis 
Tiypeta Solaris 
Utetheisa bella 
Vanessa cardui 
Vanessa huntera 
Vespula cuneata 
Vespula germanica 
Xanthogramma emarginata 
Xanthomelana arcuata 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 
and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 
Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Xanthosarus latimanus 
Xestocrabro 6-maculatus 
Zethus spinipes 
Zodion obliquefasciatum 


Stylisma pickeringii var. Agapostemon splendens Fort Benning G4T2T3, S2 

pickeringii (GA) Apis mellifera Military 

(Pickering's Morning Glory) Dialictus sp. Reservation 

Heterostylum croceum 
Perdita sp. 

_ Toxomerus marginatus _ 

Symphyotrichum georgianum Actia pilipennis Lake Sidney G2G3, S2, C 

(GA) (Georgia Aster) Agapostemon radiatus Lanier (Army 

Agapostemon splendens Corp. of 

Agapostemon texanus Engineers site, 

Agapostemon viridulus not a DoD 

Agathis vulgaris installation) 

Allograpta obliqua 
Alophora aeneoventris 
Alophora pulverea 
Alydus eurinus 
Alydus pilosulus 
Ammobia ichneumonea 
Ancistrocerus campestris 
Ancistrocerus capra 
Ancistrocerus catskillensis 
Ancistrocerus tigris 
Andrena nubecula 
Anoplius illinoensis 
Anosia plexippus 
Anthemois centuncularis 
Anthidium psoraleae 
Anthophora ursina 
Anthrax alternata 
Anthrax halcyon 
Anthrax hypomelas 
Apinops atra 
Apis mellifera 

_ Archytas analis _ 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 

Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Archytas aterrima 
Argyramoeba albofasciata 
Atalopedes huron 
Augochlora fervida 
Augochlora viridula 
Baccha clavata 
Baccha fuscipennis 
Basilarchia astyanax 
Belvosia bifasciata 
Belvosia unifasciata 
Bicyrtes ventralis 
Bombias auricomus 
Bombias scutellaris 
Bombias separatus 
Bombus americanorum 
Bombus consimilis 
Bombus impatiens 
Bombylius major 
Bracon longicauda 
Callidiyas eubule 
Calliopsis andreniformis 
Calythea albicincta 
Celatoria diabroticae 
Ceratina dupla 
Cerceris astarte 
Cerceris bicornuta 
Cerceris clypeata 
Cerceris fulvipes 
Cerceris prominens 
Ceropales fraterna 
Chaetogaedia crebra 
Chaetopsis aenea 
Chalcis flavipes 
Charidryas nycteis 
Chauliognathus pennsylvanicus 
Chelonus sericeus 
Chilosia punctulata 
Chloralictus coreopsis 
Chloralictus foveolatus 
Chloralictus illinoensis 
Chloralictus obscurus 
Chloralictus pilosus 
Chloralictus pruinosus 
Chloralictus smilacinae 

_ Chloralictus sparsus _ 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 

Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Chloralictus tegularis 
Chloralictus versatus 
Chloralictus zephyrus 
Chrysophanus thoe 
Cistogaster occidua 
Clytiomyia flava 
Coelioxys 8-dentata 
Coelioxys rufitarsis 
Coelioxys sayi 
Coenosia 6-notata 
Coenosia antennalis 
Coenosia antica 
Colletes americanus 
Colletes armatus 
Colletes compactus 
Colletes eulophi 
Compsomyia macellaria 
Conops xanthopareus 
Curtisapis coriacea 
Curtisapis forbesii 
Curtisapis fuscipennis 
Cyan iris pseudargiolus 
Cyllene robiniae 
Cynomyia cadaverina 
Cyphocera fucata 
Diabrotica 12-punctata 
Diabrotica longicornis 
Diabrotica vittata 
Dialictus anomalus 
Dialonia antennariae 
Dilophus serotinus 
Distichona varia 
Drasteria erechtea 
Elis 5-cincta 
Elis interrupta 
Ennyomma globosa 
Epargyreus tityrus 
Epeolus autumnalis 
Epeolus bifasciatus 
Epeolus pusillus 
Epicauta pennsylvanica 
Epigrimyia floridensis 
Epimelissodes obliqua 
Episyron biguttatus 
Eristalis aeneus 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 

Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Eristalis bastardi 
Eristalis dimidiatus 
Eristalis flavipes 
Eristalis latifrons 
Eristalis tenax 
Eristalis transversus 
Eucerceris zonatus 
Eumenes fraternus 
Euphoria sepulchralis 
Euphorocera claripennis 
Euptoieta claudia 
Eurema lisa 
Eurymus philodice 
Euthera tentatrix 
Everes comyntas 
Evylaeus 4-maculatus 
Evylaeus arcuatus 
Evylaeus foxii 
Evylaeus pectoralis 
Exetastes obscurus 
Exoprosopa decora 
Exoprosopa fasciata 
Exoprosopa fascipennis 
Feltia subgothica 
Geranomyia canadensis 
Geron rufipes 
Gonochrysis perpulchra 
Graphomyia americana 
Gymnosoma fuliginosa 
Halictus lerouxii 
Halictus parallelus 
Harmostes reflexulus 
Helicobia 4-setosa 
Helicobia helicis 
Heliothis armiger 
Elelophilus latifrons 
Helophilus similis 
Hesperia montivaga 
Heterosarus parvus 
Holonomada placida 
Holonomada vincta 
Hylemyia laevis 
Hylephila phylaeus 
Hypatus bachmanni 

_ Hypocrabro 10-maculatus _ 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 

Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Hypostena barbata 
Isodontia apicalis 
Junonia coenia 
Lampronota varia 
Larropsis distincta 
Leionotus anormis 
Leionotus arvensis 
Leionotus clypeatus 
Leionotus dorsalis 
Leionotus foraminatus 
Leionotus fulvipes 
Leionotus fundatus 
Leionotus histrionalis 
Leionotus scrophulariae 
Leskiomima prima 
Leucostoma atra 
Leucostoma neomexicana 
Leucostoma nigricornis 
Limnophora narona 
Limochores taumas 
Linnaemyia compta 
Lophopompilus philadelphicus 
Lucilia caesar 
Lucilia sericata 
Lucilia sylvarum 
Lygaeus turcicus 
Lygus pratensis 
Machaeris stygia 
Macquartia pristis 
Megachile brevis 
Megachile generosa 
Megachile mendica 
Melissodes agilis 
Melissodes asteris 
Melissodes autumnalis 
Melissodes bimaculata 
Melissodes boltoniae 
Melissodes nivea 
Melissodes simillima 
Melissodes trinodis 
Mesogramma geminata 
Mesogramma marginata 
Metopius polycinctorius 
Milesia ornata 
Mimesa cressonii 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 

Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Musca domestica 
Myospila meditabunda 
Nathalis iole 
Neotiypetes productus 
Neotiypetes truncatus 
Notogonidea argentata 
Ocyptera lata 
Ocyptera tenuis 
Odontalictus ligatus 
Oncomyia loraria 
Orthoneura nitida 
Osmia atriventris 
Osmia collinsiae 
Osmia illinoensis 
Osmia pumila 
Oxystoglossa confusa 
Oxystoglossa pura 
Oxystoglossa similis 
Papilio asterias 
Paradidyma singularis 
Paragus bicolor 
Paragus tibialis 
Paralictus platyparius 
Parempis clausa 
Peleteria robusta 
Perdita 8-maculata 
Philanthus politus 
Philanthus punctatus 
Philanthus ventilabris 
Phorantha asteris 
Phorantha magna 
Phorantha pruinosa 
Phorantha purpurascens 
Phorbia acra 
Phorbia platura 
Phormia regina 
Phyciodes tharos 
Physocephala texana 
Physocephala tibialis 
Pieris rapae 
Pipiza nigribarba 
Pipiza pulchella 
Planiceps feralis 
Platychirus quadratus 

_ Plusia simplex _ 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 

Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Polistes annularis 
Polistes pallipes 
Polistes rubiginosus 
Polistes variatus 
Polites peckius 
Pontia protodice 
Priononyx atrata 
Prosopis illinoensis 
Prosopis pygmaea 
Proteraner ranunculi 
Protothyreopus rufifemur 
Pseudopanurgus albitarsis 
Pseudopanurgus asteris 
Pseudopanurgus compositarum 
Pseudopyrellia cornicina 
Psithyrus variabilis 
Pterallastes thoracicus 
Pterandrena asteris 
Pterandrena helianthi 
Pterandrena pulchella 
Pterandrena sol id agin is 
Ptilodexia abdominalis 
Robertsonomyia palpalis 
Sarcophaga assidua 
Sarcophaga cimbicis 
Sarcophaga hunteri 
Sayapis sayi 
Scepsis fulvicollis 
Scolia bicincta 
Seladonia fasciata 
Senotainia rubriventris 
Senotainia trilineata 
Sericomyia chiysotoxoides 
Sinea diadema 
Siphona geniculata 
Siphoplagia anomala 
Siphoplagia flaccidirostris 
Solenius interruptus 
Spallanzania hesperidarum 
Sparnopolius fulvus 
Sphaerophoria cylindrica 
Sphecodium cressonii 
Sphex gracilis 
Sphex nigricans 

_ Sphex pictipennis _ 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 

Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Sphex procera 
Sphex vulgaris 
Spilomyia 4-fasciata 
Spilomyia longicornis 
Stelidium trypetinum 
Stizus unicinctus 
Stomoxys calcitrans 
St urmia phyciodes 
Stylogaster biannulata 
Symmorphus debilis 
Synothyreopus turn id us 
Syritta pipiens 
Syrphus americanus 
Syrphus arcuatus 
Syrphus ribesii 
Syrphus torvus 
Systoechus vulgaris 
Systropus macer 
Tachytes obscurus 
Tetralonia dilecta 
Tetralonia dubitata 
Tetralonia robertsonii 
Thanaos icelus 
Thanaos Juvenalis 
Thanaos martialis 
Toxophora amphitea 
Trichophora ruficauda 
Trichopoda pennipes 
Triepeolus concolor 
Triepeolus cressonii 
Triepeolus donatus 
Triepeolus micropygius 
Triepeolus pectoralis 
Tropidia albistylum 
Tropidia mamillata 
Trypeta humilis 
Uranotes melinus 
Vanessa cardui 
Vanessa huntera 
Vespula cuneata 
Vespula germanica 
Vespula maculata 
Winthemia 4-pustulata 
Xanthidia nicippe 

_ Xanthogramma emarginata _ 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), 
and (Common Name) 

Pollinators Scientific or Common 
Names 

Installation(s) 
in which 

Plant Species 
Occur 

Conservation 
Status (Global 
GRANK -G; 

State SRANK - S; 
Federal Listing - 
C or PS) 


Xanthomelana arcuata 

Xanthosarus latimanus 

Zaodontomerus calcaratus 

Zendalia zendaloides 

Zerene caesonia 

Zodion fulvifrons 

Zodion nanellum 




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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 
Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Symphyotrichum racemosum Actiapilipennis Lake G4G5T1Q, SI 

var. 2 (FL) Agapostemon radiatus Seminole 

( Apalachicola River Aster) Agapostemon splendens 

Agapostemon texanus 
Agapostemon viridulus 
Agathis vulgaris 
Allograpta obliqua 
Alophora aeneoventris 
Alophora pulverea 
Alydus eurinus 
Alydus pilosulus 
Ammobia ichneumonea 
Ancistrocerus campestris 
Ancistrocerus capra 
Ancistrocerus catskillensis 
Ancistrocerus tigris 
Andrena nubecula 
Anoplius illinoensis 
Anosia plexippus 
Anthemois centuncularis 
Anthidium psoraleae 
Anthophora ursina 
Anthrax altemata 
Anthrax halcyon 
Anthrax hypomelas 
Apinops atra 
Apis mellifera 
Archytas analis 
Archytas aterrima 
Argyramoeba albofasciata 
Atalopedes huron 
Augochlora fervid a 
Augochlora viridula 
Baccha clavata 
Baccha fuscipennis 
Basilarchia astyanax 
Belvosia bifasciata 
Belvosia unifasciata 
Bicyrtes ventralis 
Bombias auricomus 
Bombias scutellaris 
Bombias separatus 
Bombus americanorum 
Bombus consimilis 

_ Bombus impatiens _ 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 

Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Bombylius major 
Bracon longicauda 
Callichyas eubule 
Calliopsis andreniformis 
Calythea albicincta 
Celatoria diabroticae 
Ceratina dupla 
Cerceris astarte 
Cerceris bicornuta 
Cerceris clypeata 
Cerceris fulvipes 
Cerceris prominens 
Ceropales fraterna 
Chaetogaedia crebra 
Chaetopsis aenea 
Chalcis flavipes 
Charidryas nycteis 
Chauliognathus pennsylvanicus 
Chelonus sericeus 
Chilosia punctulata 
Chloralictus coreopsis 
Chloralictus foveolatus 
Chloralictus illinoensis 
Chloralictus obscurus 
Chloralictus pilosus 
Chloralictus pruinosus 
Chloralictus smilacinae 
Chloralictus sparsus 
Chloralictus tegularis 
Chloralictus versatus 
Chloralictus zephyrus 
Chrysophanus thoe 
Cistogaster occidua 
Clytiomyia flava 
Coelioxys 8-dentata 
Coelioxys rufitarsis 
Coelioxys sayi 
Coenosia 6-notata 
Coenosia antennalis 
Coenosia antica 
Colletes americanus 
Colletes armatus 
Colletes compactus 
Colletes eulophi 

_ Compsomyia macellaria _ 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 

Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Conops xanthopareus 
Curtisapis coriacea 
Curtisapis forbesii 
Curtisapis fuscipennis 
Cyan iris pseudargiolus 
Cyllene robiniae 
Cynomyia cadaverina 
Cyphocera fucata 
Diabrotica 12-punctata 
Diabrotica longicornis 
Diabrotica vittata 
Dialictus anomalus 
Dialonia antennariae 
Dilophus serotinus 
Distichona varia 
Drasteria erechtea 
Elis 5-cincta 
Elis interrupta 
Ennyomma globosa 
Epargyreus tityrus 
Epeolus autumnalis 
Epeolus bifasciatus 
Epeolus pusillus 
Epicauta pennsylvanica 
Epigrimyia floridensis 
Epimelissodes obliqua 
Episyron biguttatus 
Eristalis aeneus 
Eristalis bastardi 
Eristalis dimidiatus 
Eristalis flavipes 
Eristalis latifrons 
Eristalis tenax 
Eristalis transversus 
Eucerceris zonatus 
Eumenes fraternus 
Euphoria sepulchralis 
Euphorocera claripennis 
Euptoieta claudia 
Eurema lisa 
Eurymus philodice 
Euthera tentatrix 
Everes comyntas 
Evylaeus 4-maculatus 

_ Evylaeus arcuatus _ 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 

Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Evylaeus foxii 
Evylaeus pectoralis 
Exetastes obscurus 
Exoprosopa decora 
Exoprosopa fasciata 
Exoprosopa fascipennis 
Feltia subgothica 
Geranomyia canadensis 
Geron rufipes 
Gonochiysis perpulchra 
Graphomyia americana 
Gymnosoma fuliginosa 
Halictus lerouxii 
Halictus parallelus 
Harmostes reflexulus 
Helicobia 4-setosa 
Helicobia helicis 
Heliothis armiger 
Helophilus latifrons 
Helophilus similis 
Hesperia montivaga 
Heterosarus parvus 
Holonomada placida 
Holonomada vincta 
Hylemyia laevis 
Hylephila phylaeus 
Hypatus bachmanni 
Hypocrabro 10-maculatus 
Hypostena barbata 
Isodontia apicalis 
Junonia coenia 
Lampronota varia 
Larropsis distincta 
Leionotus anormis 
Leionotus arvensis 
Leionotus clypeatus 
Leionotus dorsalis 
Leionotus foraminatus 
Leionotus fulvipes 
Leionotus fundatus 
Leionotus histrionalis 
Leionotus scrophulariae 
Leskiomima prima 
Leucostoma atra 
Leucostoma neomexicana 


15 









Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 

Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Leucostoma nigricornis 
Limnophora narona 
Limochores taumas 
Linnaemyia compta 
Lophopompilus philadelphicus 
Lucilia caesar 
Lucilia sericata 
Lucilia sylvarum 
Lygaeus turcicus 
Lygus pratensis 
Machaeris stygia 
Macquartia pristis 
Megachile brevis 
Megachile generosa 
Megachile mendica 
Melissodes agilis 
Melissodes asteris 
Melissodes autumnalis 
Melissodes bimaculata 
Melissodes boltoniae 
Melissodes nivea 
Melissodes simillima 
Melissodes trinodis 
Mesogramma geminata 
Mesogramma marginata 
Metopius polycinctorius 
Milesia ornata 
Mimesa cressonii 
Musca domestica 
Myospila meditabunda 
Nathalis iole 
Neotiypetes productus 
Neotiypetes truncatus 
Notogonidea argentata 
Ocyptera lata 
Ocyptera tenuis 
Odontalictus ligatus 
Oncomyia loraria 
Orthoneura nitida 
Osmia atriventris 
Osmia collinsiae 
Osmia illinoensis 
Osmia pumila 
Oxystoglossa confusa 

_ Oxystoglossa pura _ 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 

Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Oxystoglossa similis 
Papilio asterias 
Paradidyma singularis 
Paragus bicolor 
Paragus tibialis 
Paralictus platyparius 
Parempis clausa 
Peleteria robusta 
Perdita 8-maculata 
Philanthus politus 
Philanthus punctatus 
Philanthus ventilabris 
Phorantha asteris 
Phorantha magna 
Phorantha pruinosa 
Phorantha purpurascens 
Phorbia acra 
Phorbia platura 
Phormia regina 
Phyciodes tharos 
Physocephala texana 
Physocephala tibialis 
Pieris rapae 
Pipiza nigribarba 
Pipiza pulchella 
Planiceps feralis 
Platychirus quadratus 
Plusia simplex 
Polistes annularis 
Polistes pallipes 
Polistes rubiginosus 
Polistes variatus 
Polites peckius 
Pontia protodice 
Priononyx atrata 
Prosopis illinoensis 
Prosopis pygmaea 
Proteraner ranunculi 
Protothyreopus rufifem ur 
Pseudopanurgus albitarsis 
Pseudopanurgus asteris 
Pseudopanurgus compositarum 
Pseudopyrellia cornicina 
Psithyrus variabilis 
Pterallastes thoracicus 


77 









Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 

Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Pterandrena asteris 
Pterandrena helian th i 
Pterandrena pulchella 
Pterandrena sol id agin is 
Ptilodexia abdominalis 
Robertsonomyia palpalis 
Sarcophaga assidua 
Sarcophaga cimbicis 
Sarcophaga hunteri 
Sayapis sayi 
Scepsis fulvicollis 
Scolia bicincta 
Seladonia fasciata 
Senotainia rubriventris 
Senotainia trilineata 
Sericomyia chiysotoxoides 
Sinea diadema 
Siphona geniculata 
Siphoplagia anomala 
Siphoplagia flaccidirostris 
Solenius interruptus 
Spallanzania hesperidarum 
Sparnopolius fulvus 
Sphaerophoria cylindrica 
Sphecodium cressonii 
Sphex gracilis 
Sphex nigricans 
Sphex pictipennis 
Sphex procera 
Sphex vulgaris 
Spilomyia 4-fasciata 
Spilomyia longicornis 
Stelidium trypetinum 
Stizus unicinctus 
Stomoxys calcitrans 
St urmia phyciodes 
Stylogaster biannulata 
Symmorphus debilis 
Synothyreopus tumidus 
Syritta pipiens 
Syrphus americanus 
Syrphus arcuatus 
Syrphus ribesii 
Syrphus torvus 

_ Systoechus vulgaris _ 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 
and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 
Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Systropus macer 
Tachytes obscurus 
Tetralonia dilecta 
Tetralonia dubitata 
Tetralonia robertsonii 
Thanaos icelus 
Thanaos juvenalis 
Thanaos martialis 
Toxophora amphitea 
Trichophora ruficauda 
Trichopoda pennipes 
Triepeolus concolor 
Triepeolus cressonii 
Triepeolus donatus 
Triepeolus micropygius 
Triepeolus pectoralis 
Tropidia albistylum 
Tropidia mamillata 
Trypeta humilis 
Uranotes melinus 
Vanessa cardui 
Vanessa huntera 
Vespula cuneata 
Vespula germanica 
Vespula maculata 
Winthemia 4-pustulata 
Xanthidia nicippe 
Xanthogramma emarginata 
Xanthomelana arcuata 
Xanthosarus latimanus 
Zaodontomerus calcaratus 
Zendalia zendaloides 
Zerene caesonia 
Zodion fulvifrons 

_ Zodion nanellum _ 

Tragia saxicola (FL) Small bees Flomestead G2, S2 

(Florida Key Nosebum) Flies Air Force 

_Base (Closed)_ 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 
Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Trichostema sp. 1 (NC) Anthidium edwardsii Military G2, S2 

(Dune Bluecurls) Anthidium jocosum Ocean 

Anthophora fulvicauda Terminal 

Anthophora urbana Sunny Point 

Apis mellifera 

Archilochus alexandri 

Ashmeadiella californica 

Ashmeadiella meliloti 

Bombus (Crotchiibombus) crotchii 

Bombus (Fervidobombus) sonorous 

Bombus vosnesenskii 

Calypte costae 

Ceratina nanula 

Dialictus sp. 

Dianthidium plenum 
Halictus (Seladonia) tripartitus 
Megachile (Chelostomoides) 
angelarum 
Megachile wheeled 
Melissodes lupine 
Melissodes stearnsi 
Melissodes stearnsi 
Nomadopsis trifolii 
Pseudomasaris wheeled 
Xylocopa californica diamesa 

_ Xylocopa tabiniformis orpifex _ 

Trillium pusillum var. 1 (AL) Centrinites strigicollis Redstone G3T2Q, S2 

(Interior Least Trillium) Arsenal 

Vaccinium crassifolium ssp. Bombus bifarius nearcticus Fort Jackson G4G5T1, SI 

Sempervirens (SC) Bombus nearcticus 

(Rayner's Blueberry) Evylaeus sp 

Hylaeus personatellus 
Osmia inermis 
Pseudolimnophora nigripes 

_ Stelis holocyanea _ 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 
and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 
Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Verbesina heterophylla (FL) Agapostemon viridulus Cecil Field G2, S2 

(Diverse-leaf Crownbeard) Anthraxparvicornis Naval Air 

Apis mellifera Station 

Ashmeadiella bucconis (Closed) 

Bombias auricomus 
Bombus americanorum 
Calliopsis andreniformis 
Ceratina dupla 
Chloralictus pilosus 
Chloralictus sparsus 
Chloralictus versatus 
Coelioxys 8-dentata 
Coelioxys alternata 
Coelioxys rufitarsis 
Colletes eulophi 
Curtisapis coriacea 
Cyphopyga montivaga 
Epeolus bifasciatus 
Epimelissodes obliqua 
Eristalis transversus 
Evylaeus arcuatus 
Halictus lerouxii 
Hoplitis cylindricus 
Megachile 6-dentata 
Megachile brevis 
Megachile mendica 
Megachile petulans 
Mesogramma marginata 
Neotiypetes truncatus 
Odontalictus ligatus 
Oxystoglossa pura 
Oxystoglossa similis 
Phyciodes tharos 
Pseudopanurgus albitarsis 
Pterandrena rudbeckiae 
Sayapis pollicaris 
Sayapis pugnata 
Scepsis fulvicollis 
Sphex nigricans 
Sphex pictipennis 
Sphex procera 
Stictiella pictifrons 
Systoechus vulgaris 
Tetralonia dilecta 

_ Thanaos Juvenalis _ 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), Pollinators Scientific or Common Installation(s) Conservation 

and (Common Name) Names in which Status (Global 

Plant Species GRANK -G; 
Occur State SRANK - S; 

Federal Listing - 

_ C or PS) _ 

Xanthosarus latimanus 


Vicia ocalensis (FL) Apis mellifera Paisley LTA* Gl, SI 

(Ocala Vetch) Bombus californicus 

Bombus occidentalis nigroscutatus 
Bombus vosnesenskii 
Toxomerus sp 

Xyris isoetifolia (FL) Lasioglosssum zephyrum (1-2) Tyndall Air Gl, SI 

(Quillwort Yellow-eyed Grass) Agapostemon sp. (1) Force Base 

Bombus sp. (1) 

Ocyptamus fuscipennis (1) 

Toxomerus boscii (1) 

_ Toxomerus geminatus (1) _ 

Xyris longisepala (FL) Lasioglosssum zephyrum (1-2) EglinAir G2, S2 

(Krai's Yellow-eyed Grass) Agapostemon sp. (1) Force Base 

Bombus sp. (1) 

Ocyptamus fuscipennis (1) 

Toxomerus boscii (1) 

_ Toxomerus geminatus (1) _ 


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Plant Scientific Name, (State), 
and (Common Name) 

Pollinators Scientific or Common 
Names 

Installation(s) 
in which 

Plant Species 
Occur 

Conservation 
Status (Global 
GRANK -G; 

State SRANK - S; 
Federal Listing - 
C or PS) 

Zephyranthes simpsonii (FL) 
(Rain Lily) 

Bee 

Tosohatchee 
LTA* (Army 
Corp. 

Engineer site, 
not a DoD 
installation) 

G2G3, S2S3 


Notes on abbrevations and names in the table: 

• The abbreviation sp. following the Genus name indicates a pollinator visitor that 
could not be identified to the species level. 

• The abbreviation spp. following the Genus name indicates that there are multiple 
pollinator species within a Genus that could not be identified to the species level. 

• Species abbrevations followed by letters (e.g., sp. A) or numbers (e.g., sp. 1) 
indicate identification to morphospecies - although the species is unknown, there 
are unique and distinct identifiable characteristics that have been noted. 

• Some species have a number as part of their scientific name (e.g., Elis 5-cincta ). 
This represents an older naming convention that is no longer used by modem 
taxonomists. 

• *Local Training Area 


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