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Helophilus fasciatus

Synonyms: Eristalis decisus; Eristalis impositus; Helophilus appensus; Helophilus similis; Helophilus susurrans

Consumers

Pollinator of 
Amelanchier canadensis (Canadian serviceberry)[1]
Aronia melanocarpa (Black chokeberry)[2]
Bidens laevis (bur-marigold)[1]
Capsella bursa-pastoris (Shepherd's Purse)[1]
Cardamine concatenata (Cutleaf Toothwort)[3]
Cerastium nutans (nodding chickweed)[1]
Chamaedaphne calyculata (leatherleaf)[2]
Claytonia virginica (narrow-leaved spring beauty)[3]
Crataegus coccinea (Scarlet Hawthorn)[1]
Crataegus crus-galli (cockspur hawthorn)[1]
Crataegus mollis (Downy Hawthorn)[1]
Endotropis lanceolata subsp. lanceolata (Lanceleaf buckthorn)[1]
Enemion biternatum (eastern false rue anemone)[3]
Erigenia bulbosa (harbinger of spring)[1]
Gaylussacia baccata (black huckleberry)[2]
Heracleum sphondylium var. nipponicum (cow parsnip)[1]
Kalmia angustifolia (sheep laurel)[2]
Krigia biflora (twoflower dwarfdandelion)[1]
Lepidium virginicum (Wild Pepper-Grass)[1]
Lindera triloba (sassafras)[1]
Pastinaca sativa (wild parship)[1]
Phyla lanceolata (frog fruit)[1]
Prunus americana (Wild Plum)[1]
Rhododendron groenlandicum (rusty labrador-tea)[2]
Salix cordata (heartleaf willow)[1]
Salix humilis (prairie willow)[1]
Salix interior (sandbar willow)[1]
Salix nigra (black willow)[1]
Solidago altissima subsp. altissima (Canada goldenrod)[1]
Solidago ulmifolia (Elm-leaved Goldenrod)[1]
Stylocline citroleum (grass-leaved goldenrod)[1]
Symphyotrichum lateriflorum (Side-flowering Aster)[1]
Symphyotrichum turbinellum (smooth violet prairie aster)[1]
Zanthoxylum americanum (Common pricky-ash)[1]
Zizia aurea (golden zizia)[1]

Distribution

British Columbia to Quebec, s. to California, Mexico & Florida;

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Citations

Attributes / relations provided by
1Robertson, C. Flowers and insects lists of visitors of four hundred and fifty three flowers. 1929. The Science Press Printing Company Lancaster, PA.
2Small, E. 1976. Insect pollinators of the Mer Bleue peat bog of Ottawa. Canadian Field Naturalist 90:22-28.
3Schemske, D. W., M. F. Willson, M. N. Melampy, L. J. Miller, L. Verner, K. M. Schemske, and L. B. Best. 1978. Flowering Ecology of Some Spring Woodland Herbs. Ecology 59:351-366.
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