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Andrena carlini (Mining bee)

Protected Areas

Name IUCN Category Area acres Location Species Website Climate Land Use
Edwin S. George Reserve 1297 Michigan, United States

Consumers

Pollinator of 
Amelanchier canadensis (Canadian serviceberry)[1]
Boechera dentata (Short's rockcress)[1]
Calyptrion arboreum (marsh blue violet)[1]
Cardamine angustata (slender toothwort)[2]
Cardamine concatenata (Cutleaf Toothwort)[1]
Cercis canadensis (Judas Tree)[1]
Chaerophyllum procumbens (spreading chervil)[1]
Chamaedaphne calyculata (leatherleaf)[3]
Claytonia virginica (narrow-leaved spring beauty)[1]
Cornus florida (flowering dogwood)[1]
Cornus oblonga (gray dogwood)[1]
Dicentra cucullaria (dutchman's breeches)[1]
Endotropis lanceolata subsp. lanceolata (Lanceleaf buckthorn)[4]
Enemion biternatum (eastern false rue anemone)[1]
Erigenia bulbosa (harbinger of spring)[1]
Erythronium albidum (white fawnlily)[1]
Erythronium umbilicatum (dimpled troutlily)[2]
Galium trifidum (threepetal bedstraw)[4]
Hepatica nobilis var. acuta (Sharp-lobed hepatica)[1]
Hepatica nobilis var. obtusa (Roundlobe hepatica)[4]
Heracleum sphondylium var. nipponicum (cow parsnip)[1]
Hibiscus laevis (halberdleaf rosemallow)[4]
Hydrophyllum appendiculatum (great waterleaf)[1]
Hypoxis hirsuta (common goldstar)[4]
Ilex mucronata (catberry)[3]
Lespedeza virginica (slender lespedeza)[4]
Lilium superbum (turk's-cap lily)[4]
Linaria vulgaris (Butter-and-Eggs)[4]
Lindera triloba (sassafras)[1]
Maianthemum racemosum (feathery false lily of the valley)[4]
Maianthemum stellatum (starry false lily of the valley)[1]
Malva pusilla[4]
Mertensia virginica (Virginia bluebells)[4]
Mollugo verticillata (green carpetweed)[4]
Oxalis corniculata (creeping woodsorrel)[4]
Parthenocissus quinquefolia (Virginia creeper)[4]
Passiflora lutea (passionflower)[4]
Pastinaca sativa (wild parship)[4]
Phlox glaberrima (smooth phlox)[4]
Polemonium reptans (Greek valerian)[1]
Potentilla canadensis (dwarf cinquefoil)[4]
Pycnanthemum verticillatum var. pilosum (whorled mountainmint)[4]
Pycnanthemum virginianum (Virginia mountain-mint)[4]
Rhododendron groenlandicum (rusty labrador-tea)[3]
Rhus typhina (staghorn sumac)[1]
Ribes cynosbati (pasture currant)[1]
Rubus canadensis (Highbush Blackberry)[1]
Rubus occidentalis (black raspberry)[1]
Salix amygdaloides (peachleaf willow)[1]
Salix cordata (heartleaf willow)[1]
Salix fragilis (crack willow)[3]
Salix humilis (prairie willow)[1]
Salix interior (sandbar willow)[1]
Salix nigra (black willow)[1]
Sanguinaria canadensis (bloodroot)[1]
Solidago missouriensis (Missouri goldenrod)[4]
Staphylea trifolia (american bladdernut)[4]
Stellaria pubera (star chickweed)[2]
Thalictrum thalictroides (rue anemone)[1]
Thaspium aureum trifoliatum <Unverified Name>[1]
Trifolium repens (Ladino Clover)[4]
Trillium catesbaei (bashful wakerobin)[2]
Trillium sessile (Toadshade)[4]
Ulmus americana (American elm)[4]
Uvularia grandiflora (Fairybells)[1]
Vaccinium myrtilloides (velvetleaf huckleberry)[3]
Valerianella radiata (beaked cornsalad)[4]
Veratrum virginicum (Bunchflower)[4]
Verbascum thapsus (great mullein)[4]
Verbena bracteata (bracted vervain)[4]
Verbena hastata (blue verbena)[4]
Verbena simplex[4]
Verbena stricta (hoary vervain)[4]
Verbena urticifolia (white verbena)[4]
Verbesina glabrata[4]
Vernonia fasciculata (prairie ironweed)[4]
Veronica peregrina (Neckweed)[4]
Veronicastrum virginicum (Culver's root)[4]
Viburnum deamii[1]
Viburnum prunifolium (blackhaw)[1]
Viola cucullata (Marsh blue violet)[4]
Viola pedata (birdfoot violet)[4]
Viola pedatifida (prairie violet)[4]
Viola pubescens (downy yellow violet)[1]
Viola sagittata (arrow-leaved violet)[4]
Viola striata (striped cream violet)[1]
Vitis vulpina (fox grape)[4]
Zanthoxylum americanum (Common pricky-ash)[4]
Zea mays (corn)[4]
Zizia aurea (golden zizia)[4]

Distribution

North America;

Photos

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. 2Motten, A. F. 1986. Pollination ecology of the spring wildflower community of a temperate deciduous forest. Ecological Monographs 56:21-42. 3Small, E. 1976. Insect pollinators of the Mer Bleue peat bog of Ottawa. Canadian Field Naturalist 90:22-28. 4Jorrit H. Poelen, James D. Simons and Chris J. Mungall. (2014). Global Biotic Interactions: An open infrastructure to share and analyze species-interaction datasets. Ecological Informatics.
Protected Areas provided by Edwin S. George Reserve, University of Michigan, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
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