Flowering Plants Visited by Lasioglossum coriaceus in Illinois

Lasioglossum coriaceus Smith: Halictidae (Halictinae), Hymenoptera
(An alternative spelling of the scientific name is Lasioglossum coriaceum. Observations are from Robertson, Graenicher, Moure & Hurd, Reed, Evans, Mitchell, Wyatt & Hellwig, Stoutamire, Cane et al., Krannitz & Maun, Grundel et al., Tuell et al.)

Amaryllidaceae: Hypoxis hirsuta cp (Rb); Apiaceae: Osmorhiza longistylis sn cp (Rb), Sanicula marilandica sn (Rb), Sium suave sn (Rb), Zizia aurea sn (Rb); Apocynaceae: Apocynum androsaemifolium [plup sn] (MH); Asclepiadaceae: Asclepias incarnata [plpr sn] (Rb); Asteraceae: Ageratina altissima sn (Gr), Antennaria plantaginifolia [unsp] (Ev), Arctium lappa sn cp (Gr), Aster drummondii sn (Gr), Aster furcatus sn cp (Gr), Aster laevis sn (Gr), Aster lanceolatus sn (Rb, Gr), Aster lateriflorus sn (Rb, Gr), Aster macrophyllus sn cp (Gr), Aster pilosus sn (Rb), Aster puniceus sn (Gr), Bidens aristosa sn (Rb), Conyza canadensis sn (Gr), Coreopsis tripteris sn (Rb, Gnd), Erigeron annuus sn (Gr), Erigeron philadelphicus sn cp (Rb, Gr), Eupatorium serotinum sn cp (Rb), Euthamia graminifolia sn (Gr), Helenium autumnale sn (Gr), Helianthus strumosus sn cp (Gr), Helianthus tuberosus sn cp (Rb), Oligoneuron rigidum (Re), Rudbeckia hirta (Ev), Rudbeckia laciniata sn (Gr), Rudbeckia subtomentosa sn (Rb), Rudbeckia triloba sn (Rb), Senecio aureus sn cp (Gr, Gnd), Solidago sp. (Gnd), Solidago canadensis sn cp (Rb), Solidago juncea (Ev), Verbesina alternifolia sn (Rb), Verbesina helianthoides sn (Rb); Berberidaceae: Caulophyllum thalictroides sn (Rb), Jeffersonia diphylla cp (Gr); Brassicaceae: Arabis shortii sn (Rb); Campanulaceae: Lobelia siphilitica cp np (Rb, Tll); Caprifoliaceae: Lonicera dioica cp np (Gr), Lonicera oblongifolia sn (Gr), Lonicera reticulata cp (Gr), Symphoricarpos orbiculatus sn (Rb), Viburnum dentatum sn cp (Rb), Viburnum opulus (KM); Convolvulaceae: Cuscuta cephalanthi sn (Rb); Cornaceae: Cornus florida sn (Rb); Ebenaceae: Diospyros virginiana [stam sn cp np] (Rb); Ericaceae: Vaccinium stamineum (Cn); Fabaceae: Amorpha canescens (MH, Re), Cercis canadensis sn (Rb), Orbexilum onobrychis sn (Rb), Trifolium hybridum (Gnd), Trifolium repens sn cp fq (Rb); Gentianaceae: Frasera caroliniensis sn cp np (Rb); Geraniaceae: Geranium maculatum sn (Rb); Grossulariaceae: Ribes americanum cp (Gr), Ribes hirtellum sn cp (Gr), Ribes missouriense sn np (Rb); Hydrophyllaceae: Hydrophyllum appendiculatum sn cp fq (Rb), Hydrophyllum virginianum sn cp (Rb); Lamiaceae: Blephilia ciliata cp (Rb), Lycopus americanus sn (Rb), Monarda bradburiana cp np (Rb); Liliaceae: Allium canadense sn cp (Gr), Asparagus officinalis cp (Gr); Malvaceae: Abutilon theophrastii sn (Rb), Malva neglecta sn (Rb); Nymphaeaceae: Nymphaea tuberosa dead np (Rb); Orchidaceae: Cypripedium pubescens dead np (Stm); Polemoniaceae: Polemonium reptans sn cp (Rb); Polygonaceae: Persicaria hydropiperoides sn fq (Rb); Portulacaceae: Claytonia virginica sn cp (Rb); Ranunculaceae: Anemonella thalictroides sn (Rb), Enemion biternatum cp/exp (Rb), Ranunculus fascicularis sn (Rb), Ranunculus septentrionalis sn cp fq (Rb); Rosaceae: Aruncus dioicus [pist sn] (Rb), Prunus serotina [flwr sn cp fq] (Rb), Rosa setigera cp fq (Rb), Rubus flagellaris (Ev); Rubiaceae: Houstonia caerulea (WH), Houstonia lanceolata (Mch), Houstonia longifolia (Ev); Rutaceae: Ptelea trifoliata sn (Rb), Zanthoxylum americanum [stam sn] (Rb); Scrophulariaceae: Penstemon digitalis cp np (Rb), Penstemon grandiflorus cp np (Re), Scrophularia marilandica sn cp (Rb), Verbascum thapsus cp (Rb), Veronicastrum virginicum cp (Rb); Smilacaceae: Smilax tamnoides hispida sn (Gr); Staphyleaceae: Staphylea trifolia sn (Rb); Verbenaceae: Verbena hastata sn (Rb); Tiliaceae: Tilia americana sn (Rb); Violaceae: Viola pubescens sn (Rb), Viola striata sn (Rb)


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