Sap- and Pollen-visiting Insects
of Sugar Maple

Acer saccharum (Sugar Maple)
(Insects suck oozing sap [ss] or collect pollen as indicated below; the flowers of Sugar Maple are wind-pollinated; observations are from Robertson and Wilhelm & Rericha)

Bees (long-tongued)
Apidae (Apinae): Apis mellifera ss cp fq (Rb, WR)

Bees (short-tongued)
Andrenidae (Andreninae): Andrena rugosa ss (Rb)

Braconidae: Earinus limitaris ss (Rb)

Tenthredinidae: Dolerus sericeus ss (Rb)

Syrphidae: Helophilus fasciatus ss (Rb), Syrphus ribesii ss (Rb); Tachinidae: Gonia capitata ss fq (Rb); Sarcophagidae: Ravinia derelicta ss (Rb); Calliphoridae: Calliphora vicina ss (Rb), Calliphora vomitoria ss (Rb), Cynomya cadaverina ss (Rb), Lucilia illustris ss (Rb); Muscidae: Helina rufitibia ss fq (Rb), Hydrotaea houghi ss (Rb), Muscina levida ss (Rb), Neomyia cornicina ss (Rb); Aulacigastridae: Aulacigaster leucopeza ss (Rb); Scathophagidae: Scathophaga furcata ss fq (Rb); Piophilidae: Prochyliza xanthostoma ss fq (Rb)

Nymphalidae: Nymphalis antiopa ss (Rb), Polygonia comma ss (Rb), Vanessa atalanta ss (Rb)