Flower-Visiting Insects and Birds
of Common Morning Glory

Ipomoea purpurea (Common Morning Glory) introduced
(Insects & hummingbirds suck nectar; some bees also collect pollen, as indicated below; observations are from Robertson and Stucky)

Trochilidae: Archilochus colubris sn (Rb)

Bees (long-tongued)
Apidae (Bombini): Bombus pensylvanica sn fq (Rb, Stk), Bombus vagans sn (Rb); Anthophoridae (Emphorini): Melitoma taurea sn cp fq olg (Rb, Stk); Anthophoridae (Eucerini): Cemolobus ipomoea sn (Stk), Melissodes bimaculata bimaculata sn (Rb), Peponapis pruinosa pruinosa sn (Rb), Xenoglossa strenua sn (Rb)

Bees (short-tongued)
Halictidae (Halictinae): Agapostemon virescens sn (Rb)

Sphingidae: Hyles lineata sn (Rb)