Flower-Visiting Insects
of Great St. John's Wort

Hypericum pyramidatum (Great St. John's Wort)
(Bees collect pollen, the checkered beetle probably feeds on pollen, the plant bugs either feed on floral tissue or they search in vain for nectar; observations are from Robertson and Wilhelm & Rericha as indicated below; Hypericum ascyron is a scientific synonym of this plant)

Bees (long-tongued)
Apidae (Bombini): Bombus bimaculatus cp (WR), Bombus griseocollis cp (WR), Bombus impatiens cp (WR), Bombus pensylvanicus cp (Rb), Bombus vagans cp (Rb); Anthophoridae (Ceratinini): Ceratina dupla cp (WR), Ceratina mikmaqi cp (WR); Anthophoridae (Xylocopini): Xylocopa virginica cp (WR)

Bees (short-tongued)
Halictidae (Halictinae): Augochlora pura pura cp (WR), Halictus confusus cp (WR), Halictus ligatus cp (WR), Lasioglossum coeruleum cp (WR), Lasioglossum hitchensi cp (WR), Lasioglossum truncatum cp (WR)

Cleridae: Enoclerus rosmarus (WR)

Plant Bugs
Miridae: Lygus lineolaris (WR), Metriorrhynchomiris dislocatus (WR), Plagiognathus obscurus (WR)