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*  Lestrimelitta limao
While bees of Lestrimelitta limao colonies have never been observed on flowers, they have been seen on poisonous plants. It is ... they must raid to obtain enough protein in their diet in the form of pollen and nectar. Lestrimelitta limao secrete a lemon- ...
*  Monofloral honey
List of honey plants List of Northern American nectar sources for honey bees Nectar source The range of the origin plant is ... a type of honey which has a distinctive flavor or other attribute due to its being predominantly from the nectar of one plant ... While there may never be an absolute monofloral type, some honeys are relatively pure due to the prodigious nectar production ... Beekeepers learn the predominant nectar sources of their region, and often plan harvests to keep especially fine ones separate ...
*  Pollination syndrome
Bats drink the nectar, and these plants typically offer nectar for extended periods of time. Sight, smell, and echo-location ... Nectar can be cheap, but pollen is generally expensive as it is relatively high in nitrogen compounds. Plants have evolved to ... Such plants are far less common than myophilous ones. Although hummingbirds are the most familiar nectar-feeding birds for ... Nectar, pollen, or both are offered as rewards in varying amounts. The sugar in the nectar tends to be sucrose-dominated. A few ...
*  Neonympha mitchellii
"Host and Nectar Plants". USF Water Institute. Retrieved 2017-12-06. "Butterflies of North Carolina". NC Parks Service. ... "Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; Emergency Rule To List the Saint Francis' Satyr as Endangered". Federal Register ...
*  Hermeuptychia sosybius
"Host and Nectar Plants". USF Water Institute. Retrieved 2017-12-06. ...
*  Microstegium vimineum
"Host and Nectar Plants". USF Water Institute. Retrieved 2017-12-06. Thieret, John W. (2006), "Mictrostegium", in Flora of North ... Invasive plant removal method determines native plant community responses. Journal of Applied Ecology. 4:434-442. DeMeeste, J.E ... However, removal of Microstegium can lead to recovery of native plant communities. As this plant serves as a host for satyr ... Forest roads facilitate the spread of invasive plants. Invasive Plant Science and Management. 2:191-199 Knight TM, Dunn JL, ...
*  Townsend's warbler
In winter, they also eat berries and plant nectar. The song of the male bird is a buzzed zee-zee-zee-bzz-zee, somewhat similar ...
*  Myrmecocystus mexicanus
M. mexicanus collects food mainly in the form of nectar from yucca plants (Yucca glauca) and sugary galls formed on scrub oaks ... Additionally, these ants feed on a variety of flower nectars, cacti fruit, and the excretions of aphids feeding on yucca plants ... Other workers feed the developing repletes with plant nectar collected in the evenings. The repletes become so swollen that ... The summer months are when most nectar is collected. The ants forage in cooler temperatures ranging from 0.5 to 30 °C (32.9 to ...
*  Spider
Juveniles of some spiders in the families Anyphaenidae, Corinnidae, Clubionidae, Thomisidae and Salticidae feed on plant nectar ... Since many spiders are nocturnal, the extent of nectar consumption by spiders may have been underestimated. Nectar contains ... and studies have shown that other spider species live longer when nectar is available. Feeding on nectar avoids the risks of ... removing Enki's semen from her vagina and planting it in the ground to produce eight previously-nonexistent plants. In a story ...
*  Parasitic flies of domestic animals
Males feed on plant nectar and similar sources of sugars. Nematocerans are very important as transmitters of viruses, protozoa ... Feeding by females is on a wide variety of mammals and birds, whilst males feed on plant sugars. Biting stress can be severe in ... Females suck blood using medium length complex mouthparts, whilst males feed on plant sugars. Species of Phlebotomus and ... females lay eggs on plants at surface of streams and rivers; larvae settle onto solid substrate in water and feed on suspended ...
*  Historic Spanish Point
The flowering plants in the garden are nectar plants. Milkweed is both a larval and nectar plant. The entrance to Mrs. Palmer's ... This area showcases larval and nectar plants for monarchs, swallowtails, zebra longwings, and other butterflies. ... including Pups and Plants which leads pets and their owners on a tour on the grounds and teaches them about what plants are pet ... John Webb and his family planted citrus, sugar cane, and vegetables; and built a packing house to prepare their goods for ...
*  Monarch butterfly migration
... payments to local residents to monitor forest habitats mass planting of milkweed and nectar plants. Concerned individuals ... Habitat restoration contributes to conservation by planting larval food plants, nectaring plants and overwinter plants ... These locations provide access to nectar plants. If there is a hard frost in these areas they do not survive. Asclepias ... areas too early while it is still too cold in the north to stimulate the emergence of food plants and nectar plants Spring The ...
*  Estero River (Florida)
Both males and females are pollinators and consume plant nectar for sustenance. The orb-weaver spider is found in abundance ... Their diet is omnivorous, consisting of berries, plants, smaller vertebrates, and invertebrates. It is not uncommon to see one ...
*  Sarcophaga bullata
Specialized flies have been proven capable of detecting and selectively favoring plant nectars with high amino acid ... bullata females in particular favor amino acid-containing nectars as opposed to strictly sugary nectars, perhaps to secure ... sugar-amino acid nectars". American Midland Naturalist. University of Notre Dame. 124 (2): 379-389. doi:10.2307/2426188. JSTOR ... A brief historical review of the chemistry of floral nectar. New York: Columbia University Press. pp. 126-152. Rathman, Eric S ...
*  Honey
Instead of taking nectar, bees can take honeydew, the sweet secretions of aphids or other plant sap-sucking insects. Honeydew ... The rheological and melissopalynological properties of honey can be used to identify the major plant nectar source used in its ... Bees produce honey from the sugary secretions of plants (floral nectar) or other insects (aphid honeydew) through regurgitation ... Sucrose synthesized by a C3 plant (e.g. sugar beet) can be distinguished from sucrose synthesized by a C4 plant (e.g. sugarcane ...
*  Oeneis jutta
Ledum palustre is the preferred nectar plant of the adult butterflies. The species has one generation every one or two years, ...
*  Cuban oriole
As a result, the Cuban oriole takes the plant's nectar without contributing to pollination. Cuban orioles are nesting songbirds ... When eating nectar, the Cuban oriole will create an opening under the flower and consume nectar through this opening instead of ... The birds are frequently observed foraging in coral trees for insects and nectar, and tend to attach nests to the underside of ... The Cuban oriole is omnivorous and capable of eating insects, soft fruit, and nectar from sources such as banana trees, citrus ...
*  Vespula pensylvanica
Yellowjackets forage for insects and dead animals for meat and plant nectar for carbohydrates. The captured prey is typically ... Within four days of emergence, workers begin foraging for fiber, nectar, water, and prey, larval feeding, construction of ...
*  Prionomyrmex
These ants may have collected plant nectar, as Myrmecia species use this as a food source. Workers may have not recruited nest ...
*  Raetzer's ringlet
The females visit different nectar plants and are especially fond of thyme. They lay their eggs on the dry grass stems of ...
*  Scopula gracilis (Brandt, 1941)
Afro Moths Nectar plants and larval food-plants of the genus Glossotrophia. ...
*  Danaus genutia
The butterfly ranges forth in search of its host and nectar plants. It visits gardens where it nectars on the flowers of ... Nectar host plant selection and floral probing by the Indian butterfly Danaus genutia (Nymphalidae). Journal of Research on the ... It first eats the eggshell and then proceeds to eat leaves and vegetative parts of the plant. The chrysalis (pupa) is green and ... The most common food plants of the common tiger in peninsular India are small herbs, twiners and creepers from the family ...
*  Myrtle's silverspot
Maintaining larval and nectar plants is critical for conservation of these butterflies. Changes in natural fire patterns, ... introduction of exotic plants, and successional changes in the plant community have reduced the availability of host plants. ... Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; Six plants and Myrtle's Silverspot Butterfly from Coastal Dunes in Northern and ... The larvae immediately seek out the food plant at the end of their diapause in the spring. After 7 to 10 weeks each larva ...
*  Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History
... butterfly host and nectar plants, and ethnobotany. The museum's Annual Wildflower Show is held the third weekend of April. The ... The museum began the show in 1962 in partnership with the Monterey Bay Chapter of the California Native Plant Society. The ... The museum is a living field guide of the California Central Coast showcasing local native plants, animals, geology, and ... The museum's exhibits provide a field guide of the California Central Coast: birds and wildlife, plants, geology and cultural ...
*  Galium saxatile
The mountain ringlet butterfly uses the plant for nectar. Galium saxatile is widespread across much of northern and central ... Galium saxatile or heath bedstraw is a plant species of the genus Galium. It is related to cleavers (also known as sticky willy ... Biota of North America Project Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families Altervista Flora Italiana The Wild Flower Key ... "Heath Bedstraw Galium saxatile". Postcode plants database. London: Natural History Museum. Retrieved 19 August 2013. ...
*  Schefflera actinophylla
The up to 1,000 flowers produced by the plant generate large amounts of nectar, attracting honey-eating birds which pollinate ... "RHS Plant Selector - Aruncus dioicus". Retrieved 3 June 2013. Beasley, John. (2006). Plants of Tropical North Queensland: The ... Hawaii's Most Invasive Horticultural Plants : octopus tree Schefflera actinophylla RHS A-Z encyclopedia of garden plants. ... This plant has gained the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit. Rainbow lorikeets feeding on umbrella tree Trunk ...
*  Fluid feeder
It can refer to: Hematophagy, feeding on blood Nectarivore, feeding on nectar Plant sap feeders. ...