Flower-Visiting Insects
of Spring Ladies' Tresses

Spiranthes vernalis (Spring Ladies' Tresses)
(all insects suck nectar; the honeybee is effective at pollination, while the butterfly and skipper are non-pollinating; except for the wasp, observations are from Catling in Georgia, USA; the wasp observation in Rhode Island by another observer is cited by Catling – however, this may involve a misidentification, as this wasp is not known to survive the winters of temperate areas, except in greenhouses and other indoor locations)

Bees (long-tongued)
Apidae (Apinae): Apis mellifera sn

Eurytomidae: Eurytoma orchidearum sn np

Nymphalidae: Vanessa virginiensis sn np

Hesperiidae: Erynnis zarucco sn np