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378 Index to scientific names, Diptera 7 56 193 291 295 MEGACHILIDAE 291 306 359 Proctolaelaps kirmsei 295. 296 298 300 361 363 368 Promerops cafer 221, Drosophila 295 296 Megachiroptera 320 Promerops gurneyi 314. Drosophila flavohirta 296 MELIPHAGIDAE 291 313 Prosoeca peringueyi 314. Drosophila melanogaster 300 Melipona 303 306 309 Pseudacteon tricuspis 300. Melipona panamica 307 Pseudomyrmex 311, ENCYRTIDAE 291 304 MELITTIDAE 291 306 PSITTACIDAE 291. Euglossa imperialis 303 Microchiroptera 320 Psittaciformes 291. Euglossini 222 306 MURIDAE 291 PTEROPODIDAE 291 320. Eulemur 321 MUSCIDAE 291 299,EULOPHIDAE 304 Myrmecocystus 311 Reptilia 291. Rodentia 291, FORMICIDAE 222 291 310 12 Nectarinia amethystina 314.
FRINGILLIDAE 291 Nectarinia chalybea 303 SALTICIDAE 291. Nectarinia osea 317 319 SATYRIDAE 323, GEKKONIDAE 291 Nectarinia talatala 316 318 SCARABAEIDAE 291 297 98. Gerbillurus paeba 314 319 323, Glossophaga soricina 303 NECTARINIIDAE 291 313 325 Selasphorus platycercus 318. Glossophaginae 320 327 Nematocera 298 Selasphorus rufus 303. NEMESTRINIDAE 291 299 314 SPHECIDAE 291 304 305, HALICTIDAE 291 306 325 323 SPHINGIDAE 220 282 291 297. Heliconius 302 Neuroptera 296 300 301 323, Heteroptera 295 NOCTUIDAE 291 297 301 302 Squamata 291. Homoptera 224 323 Sturnus vulgaris 317, Hopliini 297 323 NYMPHALIDAE 291 303 Syconycteris australis 321.
Hoplodactylus 313 Sylvia 313, Hymenoptera 7 193 291 295 Oecophylla smaragdina 311 SYRPHIDAE 291 297 299 361. 296 297 304 12, Pachycondyla villosa 303 312 TABANIDAE 291 299 323. ICHNEUMONIDAE 291 304 PAPILIONIDAE 291 TARSIPEDIDAE 291. Inachis io 302 Papio hamadryas 321 Tarsipes rostratus 322. Insecta 291 Passeriformes 291 TEPHRITIDAE 299,Phaetornis eurynome 316 THOMISIDAE 291. LEMURIDAE 291 Phelsuma 313 THRAUPIDAE 294, Lepidoptera 7 193 291 295 Phelsuma cepediana 314 THRIPIDAE 291. 296 300 304 Phoebis sennae 303 Thymelicus lineola 303. Leptonycteris curasoae 321 PHORIDAE 300 Thysanoptera 291 295. LYCAENIDAE 291 310 Phylidonyris novaehollandiae Trabutina mannipara 5. LYCIDAE 291 297 298 314 303 Trichostetha fascicularis 297. Lycus 297 298 PHYLLOSTOMIDAE 291 320 TROCHILIDAE 232 291 313. Lycus fernandezi 314 PHYMATIDAE 295,PHYTOSEIIDAE 291 Vanessa cardui 301 303.
Macroglossum stellatarum 301 PIERIDAE 291 301 302 303 VESPIDAE 291 304. 302 303 305 Vespula vulgaris 304,Mammalia 291 320 22 Pieris brassicae 302 305. Manduca sexta 282 301 Pieris napi 303 Xylocopa 307. Marsupialia 291 POMPILIDAE 291 304 Xylocopa californica 294. Masarinae 305 Ponerinae 222 312 Xylocopa capitata 306. Mausoleopsis aldabrensis 298 Primates 291 Xylocopa mordax 308. Index to scientific names 379, Abutilon 137 139 143 152 ALSTROEMERIACEAE 60 124 Arbutus unedo 349. 159 171 233 202 Archytaea 69, Abutilon striatum 281 Alstroemeria aurea 202 Arecales 61 85. Acacia 240 310 311 326 ALTINGIACEAE 66 ARECACEAE 53 61 127. Acacia terminalis 312 ALZATEACEAE 68 ARGOPHYLLACEAE 83 127. ACANTHACEAE 6 25 33 37 AMARANTHACEAE 46 64 122 ARISTOLOCHIACEAE 29 30 57. 80 122 126 294 AMARYLLIDACEAE 124 241 58 125 130, Acanthus spinosus 352 AMBORELLACEAE 56 85 Aristolochia 130. ACHARIACEAE 69 124 Amborella trichopoda 56 Asclepiadaceae See Apocyna. ACHATOCARPACEAE 64 Amphilochia 45 ceae Asclepiadoideae. Aconitum 44 62 191 Amygdalus communis 349 Asclepias 192. Acorales 58 ANACARDIACEAE 29 33 75 Asclepias quadrifolia 202. ACTINIDIACEAE 46 77 122 Asclepias syriaca 4, Adenanthos 233 Anacardium occidentale 75 Asparagales 59 85.
ADOXACEAE 29 84 125 Anadenanthera colubrina 26 ASPARAGACEAE 25 33 59. Adoxa 84 Anagallis 77 122 127, Aerangis 220 ANARTHRIACEAE 61 ASPHODELACEAE 177 179. Aerangis verdickii 177 178 Anchusa strigosa 182 191 199 217 227 230. 179 180 Anemone 352 308 321, AEXTOXICACEAE 63 122 Angraecum 45 Asphodelus aestivus 348 355. AGAVACEAE 313 321 Anisodus tanguticus 26 Aspidosperma 52. Agave 321 ANISOPHYLLEACEAE 73 ASTELIACEAE 59 127, Agave deserti 216 ANNONACEAE 33 56 57 85 Asterids 76 86 230 270. Agrostemma githago 201 236 125 126 Asterales 83, 238 356 Anthurium hookerianum 4 ASTERACEAE 25 31 37 46 47. Ailanthus altissima 10 Anthyllis hermanniae 351 83 122 127 134 138 140. Ailanthus glandulosa 76 156 Antirrhinum majus 201 279 153 179 196 225 231. 157 281 297 299 358, AIZOACEAE 21 30 64 122 APHLOIACEAE 66 122 ATHEROSPERMATACEAE 57 125.
134 138 Apiales 83 AUSTROBAILEYACEAE 56 85, Mesembryanthemoideae 21 64 APIACEAE 25 33 83 127 176 126. Ruschioideae 64 177 179 185 202 217 Austrobaileyales 57 85. AKANIACEAE 73 124 297 299,Akania 73 APOCYNACEAE 30 33 122 BALANOPACEAE 69. Alismatales 58 176 178 179 BALANOPHORACEAE 246, ALISMATACEAE 58 125 127 Apocynoideae 25 79 Balbisia 67. Alkanna orientalis 308 Asclepiadoideae 21 79 202 Ballota acetabulosa 354. ALLIACEAE 25 27 59 125 307 BALSAMINACEAE 35 44 77, 127 179 233 241 deceit pollination in 52 125 175 187 203 204. Allium 241 APONOGETONACEAE 58 127 220 310, Allium cepa 179 233 363 Aptenia cordifolia 134 138 Balsamocarpon 71.
Allium porrum 240 240 278 Aquifoliales 82 Banksia 233 312 322. 279 AQUIFOLIACEAE 82 BARBEYACEAE 72, Aloe 151 154 155 190 191 Aquilegia 44 62 86 191 232 BASELLACEAE 64. 199 230 233 248 319 Arabidopsis thaliana 86 134 BATACEAE 73. Aloe castanea 177 178 179 147 151 173 227 265 Bauhinia 71. 180 202 217 266 269 272 278 279 281 BEGONIACEAE 72. Aloe greatheadii 308 ARACEAE 4 58 125 126 241 Bellardia trixago 352. Aloe marlothii 206 235 321 Aragoa 80 BERBERIDACEAE 62 125 126. Aloe vryheidensis 247 319 ARALIACEAE 36 83 127 140 BERBERIDOPSIDACEAE 63 124. Aloysia wrightii 314 141 185 191 197 202 205 BETULACEAE 46 73. ALSEUOSMIACEAE 83 127 ARALIDIACEAE 83 BIEBERSTEINIACEAE 75 124. 380 Index to scientific names, BIGNONIACEAE 6 7 21 29 31 Calotropis procera 307 Chamelaucium uncinatum 134. 33 37 46 80 122 126 Caltha 50 62 151, 130 132 134 135 156 CALYCANTHACEAE 30 57 124 Chasmanthe 323. 169 181 191 244 245 310 126 130 Chenopodiaceae See Amaran. deceit pollination in 52 CALYCERACEAE 83 125 thaceae. BIXACEAE 33 75 122 Camellia 78 Chimonanthus 130, BLANDFORDIACEAE 59 127 CAMPANULACEAE 25 31 37 CHLORANTHACEAE 56 57 85. 178 44 54 83 125 127 202 CHRYSOBALANACEAE 69 124,Blandfordia nobilis 178 248 320 Circaea 68.
Bombacaceae See Malvaceae Campanula 37 CIRCAEASTERACEAE 62. Bombacoideae Campsis 156 Circaeaster 62, BONNETIACEAE 69 123 CAMPYNEMATACEAE 60 124 CISTACEAE 75 123. BORAGINACEAE 31 79 126 Canellales 57 Cistus 360,135 182 202 217 218 308 CANNABACEAE 72 Citrus 225. Borago officinalis 353 CANNACEAE 61 128 CLETHRACEAE 77 126. BORYACEAE 59 128 Capparaceae See Brassicaceae Cleyera 78. Brassicales 73 Capparoideae Clintonia borealis 218. BRASSICACEAE 31 33 35 46 Capparis 360 365 CLUSIACEAE 69 126. 47 48 73 130 134 153 Capparis ovata 365 Clytostoma 52 132. 173 177 179 184 185 Capparis retusa 134 185 Cneorum 58 76. 186 190 193 196 197 Capparis spinosa 346 348 Cneorum tricoccum 154. 201 227 270 355 358 365 COLCHICACEAE 60 124, Capparoideae 29 74 124 CAPRIFOLIACEAE 25 45 84 Colchicum 352. Brassica 197 122 125 135 138 185 Collinsia 80, Brassica napus 134 177 179 191 198 244 COLUMELLIACEAE 82. 184 279 Capsicum 27 51 COMBRETACEAE 25 67 124, Brassica rapa 47 CARDIOPTERIDACEAE 82 177 179 226 227.
Bretschneideraceae See Akani Carica papaya 74 Combretum fruticosum 177. aceae CARICACEAE 74 128 179 226 227, Bretschneidera 73 CARLEMANNIACEAE 80 Commelinids 60 85. BROMELIACEAE 21 28 46 61 Carum carvi 176 177 178 Commelinales 61 85. 85 122 128 155 156 231 179 202 217 299 COMMELINACEAE 46 61. 294 CARYOCARACEAE 69 124 Condalia microphylla 26, BRUNELLIACEAE 71 123 Caryophyllales 31 64 CONNARACEAE 71 125. BRUNIACEAE 82 127 CARYOPHYLLACEAE 25 27 30 Consolida 191. BUDDLEJACEAE 135 54 64 125 179 201 203 CONVOLVULACEAE 25 29 31. Bunias orientalis 367 244 33 36 37 46 82 126 176,BURMANNIACEAE 60 128 CASUARINACEAE 46 73 216. Burmeistera tenuiflora 320 Catalpa 132 CORIARIACEAE 72. BURSERACEAE 76 123 Catalpa bignonioides 310 Cornales 76. BUTOMACEAE 58 128 Catalpa speciosa 181 244 CORNACEAE 46 76 127. BUXACEAE 33 63 126 128 Celastrales 43 68 Coronilla varia 71. Buxus 63 130 CELASTRACEAE 68 123 CORSIACEAE 60 124. BYBLIDACEAE 82 Centranthus 45 CORYNOCARPACEAE 73,CENTROLEPIDACEAE 61 COSTACEAE 21 28 61 122. CABOMBACEAE 30 130 CEPHALOTACEAE 30 71 123 127 325. Cabomba 130 130 CRASSULACEAE 31 46 66 122,CACTACEAE 28 33 45 64 Cephalotus 130 Crocus 352.
124 156 219 226 246 321 Ceratophyllales 62 85 Crocus cancellatus 347. Caesalpinioideae See Fabaceae CERATOPHYLLACEAE 46 Crossosomatales 21 66. Caesalpinioideae CERCIDIPHYLLACEAE 66 CROSSOSOMATACEAE 66 123. Caesalpinia 71 Cercidium 71 Croton 49, CALCEOLARIACEAE 46 80 Cevallia 77 Croton sarcopetalus 6 33 49. Calceolaria 245 Chamaecytisus 71 CTENOLOPHONACEAE 69 124. Callitriche 80 Chamaerops humilis 53 Cucumis 48,Index to scientific names 381. Cucumis melo 201 DORYANTHACEAE 59 128 EUPHORBIACEAE continued. Cucumis sativus 173 174 279 DROSERACEAE 64 125 pollinators 50. Cucurbitales 72 Drosera 64 Euphorbia 6 7 49 70 137. CUCURBITACEAE 29 31 46 DROSOPHYLLACEAE 64 Euphorbia acanthothamnos 349. 48 49 73 122 124 134 Euphorbia boetica 202, 137 149 173 177 179 EBENACEAE 77 Euphorbia dendroides 313. 185 191 194 197 201 Ecballium 48 Euphorbia neriifolia 135 157. 226 280 Ecballium elaterium 134 149 185,Cucurbita 48 144 185 Euphorbia pulcherrima 281. Cucurbita maxima 176 177 Eccremocarpus scaber 134 169 Euphronia 45. 178 179 ECDEIOCOLEACEAE 61 EUPOMATIACEAE 57, Cucurbita pepo 4 133 134 Echinacea purpurea 134 138 EUPTELEACEAE 62.
137 140 143 149 150 140 179 Eurosids I 68, 151 174 176 177 178 Echinocereus coccineus 219 Eurosids II 73. 179 188 191 193 197 226 Echium plantagineum 218, CUNONIACEAE 71 123 Echium vulgare 182 200 202 Fabales 71. CURTISIACEAE 76 127 217 FABACEAE 26 28 31 37 71, Cycadales 21 ELAEAGNACEAE 72 124 122 123 125 135 136. Cyclamen 352 ELAEOCARPACEAE 70 123 149 169 174 179 185. CYCLANTHACEAE 60 ELATINACEAE 69 186 190 193 196 199. Cyclanthera 194 Elingamita 77 200 204 229 230 231, Cyclanthera pedata 137 185 EMBLINGIACEAE 74 123 233 246 297 306. 192 Embothrium coccineum 216 Caesalpinioideae 71,Cydista 52 132 EPACRIDACEAE 313 Mimosoideae 25 71.
Cymbidium 240 Ephedra 3 21 22 23 Papilionoideae 25 71. CYMODOCEACEAE 58 Epilobium 68 Fagales 73, CYPERACEAE 46 61 Epilobium angustifolium 216 FAGACEAE 73. CYRILLACEAE 77 123 282 Fagopyrum 65, Cytisophyllum 72 Epipactis helleborine 245 Fatsia japonica 141 191 193. EREMOSYNACEAE 82 Faurea 224,Dactylanthus taylorii 246 Ericales 77 Ficus 72. Daphne sericea 141 153 ERICACEAE 31 54 77 123 Flacourtiaceae See Salicaceae. DASYPOGONACEAE 60 85 128 186 224 294 FLAGELLARIACEAE 61. DATISCACEAE 72 Erica 224 233 247 FOUQUIERIACEAE 77 126. Datura stramonium 301 Erinacea 72 Fouquieria splendens 294. Datura wrightii 282 ERIOCAULACEAE 61 126 128 Francoaceae See Melianthaceae. Davidia 76 Erodium 67 FRANKENIACEAE 65, DEGENERIACEAE 57 Erythrina 229 231 234 319 Fraxinus 81. Delphinium 44 62 191 202 324 Fremontia 248, Delphinium nelsonii 217 Erythrina crista galli 230 Fremontia californica 240.
Desfontainia 82 Erythrina lysistemon 229 234 Fremontia mexicana 240. DIAPENSIACEAE 77 ESCALLONIACEAE 82 127 Fritillaria 360. DIDIERACEAE 64 123 Euasterids I 79 Fritillaria imperialis 216. Diervillaceae See Caprifoliaceae Euasterids II 82 Fuchsia 323. Digitalis purpurea 134 140 Eucalyptus 177 178 179 197 Fumariaceae See Papaveraceae. 143 185 219 225 226 296 310 312 Fumarioideae,DILLENIACEAE 63 322. Dioscoreales 60 85 Eucalyptus globulus 225 Galanthus nivalus 240. DIOSCOREACEAE 60 128 Eucalyptus incrassata 308 Galega officinalis 26. Dipsacales 21 29 84 86 EUCOMMIACEAE 79 Garryales 79. Dipsacaceae See Caprifoliaceae Eudicots 62 85 GARRYACEAE 79. DIPTEROCARPACEAE 75 core 63 85 86 Gasteria 151 154 155 190. DIRACHMACEAE 72 125 EUPHORBIACEAE 6 31 33 42 230, Disa 323 46 49 50 70 122 123 124 Gaura mutabilis 202. Donatiaceae See Stylidiaceae 135 185 202 310 Gayophytum 68. 382 Index to scientific names, GEISSOLOMATACEAE 66 123 Helleborus 7 50 143 191 193 Jacaranda ovalifolia 245. Gelsemium sempervirens 248 194 JOINVILLEACEAE 61, Genista 72 Helleborus bocconei 146 JUGLANDACEAE 73. Gentianales 79 231 Helleborus foetidus 137 145 Jumellea 45. GENTIANACEAE 25 30 37 45 146 169 198 201 203 JUNCACEAE 61. 79 125 126 226 227 JUNCAGINACEAE 58, Gentiana 80 HEMEROCALLIDACEAE 128 Justicia aurea 294.
Geraniales 34 67 HERNANDIACEAE 57 125, GERANIACEAE 45 67 76 124 HETEROPYXIDACEAE 67 124 Kingdonia 62. GESNERIACEAE 31 33 35 37 Hexisea imbricata 136 148 KIRKIACEAE 76 123. 81 123 227 230 231 324 149 185 Klattia 323,Sinningieae 232 Hibiscus 152 191 Kniphofia 314. Gladiolus 323 24 Hibiscus rosa sinensis 135 KOEBERLINIACEAE 74 125. Glaucium flavum 352 139 152 171 206 Koelreuteria 58 76. Glaux 78 Hildewintera 45 Koelreuteria paniculata 154. Globulariaceae See Plantagina HIMANTANDRACEAE 57 Krameria 245. ceae Himatanthus 52 Krameriaceae See Zygophylla,Globularia 80 Hippophae 72 ceae. Glycine canescens 238 Hippuris 80, Glycine max 10 135 145 146 Hoffmannseggia 71 LACISTEMATACEAE 69. 279 HUACEAE 68 LACTORIDACEAE 57,Glycine tomentella 238 Huertea 73 Lagenaria 48.
Gnetales 21 23 HUMIRIACEAE 70 123 Lamiales 34 80, Gnetum 3 21 22 23 HYACINTHACEAE 224 314 LAMIACEAE 21 25 26 31 35. GOMORTEGACEAE 57 125 HYDATELLACEAE 61 36 46 81 122 126 129. Gonylocarpus 68 HYDNORACEAE 57 135 200 216 230 231. GOODENIACEAE 35 83 127 HYDRANGEACEAE 76 127 232 239 293 297 325. Gossypium 152 Hydrastis 51 348 355 356 358 360 362. Gossypium hirsutum 238 246 HYDROCHARITACEAE 58 126 Lamium amplexicaule 358 362. GOUPIACEAE 69 HYDROLEACEAE 31 82 126 LANARIACEAE 59 128. Grevillea robusta 179 180 HYDROSTACHYACEAE 76 Lantana camara 301 302. Greyiaceae See Melianthaceae HYPERICACEAE 69 Lapeirousia silenoides 314. GRISELINIACEAE 83 Hypericum 352 LARDIZABALACEAE 62 125. GROSSULARIACEAE 66 123 HYPOXIDACEAE 59 Lathraea clandestina 239 240. GRUBBIACEAE 76 127 244, Guarea macrophylla 193 ICACINACEAE 79 Latouchea 80. Gunnerales 63 Impatiens capensis 203 204 Laurales 57 85. Gymnadenia 45 235 LAURACEAE 57 125, Gymnadenia conopsea 136 Impatiens glandulifera 175 Lavandula latifolia 293. 149 150 187 201 220 LECYTHIDACEAE 77 78 123, GYROSTEMONACEAE 73 Impatiens holstii 240 Ledocarpaceae See Vivianiaceae. Impatiens sultani 236 238 310 LENTIBULARIACEAE 29 30 35. Habenaria 45 Ipomoea 36 37 176 216 300 44 81 125, HAEMODORACEAE 21 27 61 Ipomopsis 232 LEPIDOBOTRYACEAE 69 123.
128 Ipomopsis aggregata 294 Leucospermum 224 233, Halenia 45 80 Ipomopsis longiflora 200 217 Ligaria cuneifolia 178 179. HAMAMELIDACEAE 66 126 226 Liliales 59 60 85, Hamelia patens 295 IRIDACEAE 21 30 54 59 124 LILIACEAE 21 30 60 122 124. HANGUANACEAE 61 126 128 125 128 297 314 323 24 218 241. Haworthia 227 Iris versicolor 54 LIMNANTHACEAE 74 126. Hedera helix 36 140 185 193 IRVINGIACEAE 70 123 LIMNOCHARITACEAE 58 128. 197 205 IXERBACEAE 66 123 Limodorum 45, HELICONIACEAE 46 61 128 IXIOLIRIACEAE 59 128 Limodorum abortivum 136. Heliconia 229 IXONANTHACEAE 70 123 138 149,Index to scientific names 383. LINACEAE 70 126 Mandevilla pentlandiana 176 Musa itinerans 320. Linaria 80 178 Musa paradisiaca 136 155, Linaria genistifolia 130 202 Mandevilla pentlandiana 179 MYODOCARPACEAE 83.
Linaria vulgaris 4 145 177 MARANTACEAE 61 122 128 Myosotis sylvatica 135. 178 179 181 191 192 MARCGRAVIACEAE 78 122 MYRICACEAE 73. 193 198 203 MARTYNIACEAE 81 MYRISTICACEAE 57, Linnaeaceae See Caprifoliaceae Massonia depressa 224 314 MYRSINACEAE 29 77. LOASACEAE 34 76 126 127 Maxillaria coccinea 136 137 Myrtales 67. Lobeliaceae See Campanulaceae 142 146 149 MYRTACEAE 6 25 31 68 124. Lobelia 44 83 MAYACACEAE 61 127 134 151 177 179, Lobelia cardinalis 202 Medicago citrina 354 197 202 225 308 312. Lobelia telekii 316 Medicago sativa 179 182 313 315 321 322. LOGANIACEAE 80 248 Medinilla 68 Mystacidium venosum 177 179. Lonicera 45 138 Megacodon 80 180 181,Lonicera japonica 143 191 MELANOPHYLLACEAE 83. 198 MELANTHIACEAE 60 124 NARTHECIACEAE 60 128,Lopezia 68 MELASTOMATACEAE 21 28 NELUMBONACEAE 62. LOPHOPYXIDACEAE 69 67 125 126 Neobathiea 45, LORANTHACEAE 31 65 127 MELIACEAE 34 76 123 NEPENTHACEAE 30 65 125.
178 179 221 MELIANTHACEAE 21 31 34 Nepenthes 4,Lotus corniculatus 238 35 67 124 Nerium 52. Lotus creticus 307 Melianthus 248 Nesocodon mauritanicus 248. LOWIACEAE 61 128 Melianthus major 34 NEURADACEAE 74. Ludwigia 68 Melosperma 80 Nicotiana 36 51 216 232 235. Luffa 48 MENISPERMACEAE 62 240 279 300 323,Lundia cordata 52 Mentha 26 Nicotiana alata 235. LUZURIAGACEAE 60 124 MENYANTHACEAE 84 Nicotiana glauca 319. Lycium 51 216 227 Mercurialis annua 49 Nicotiana langsdorffii. Lycium cestroides 204 Mesembryanthemaceae See N sanderae 238 242 266. LYTHRACEAE 35 67 124 126 Aizoaceae Mesembryan Nicotiana longiflora 26. themoideae Nicotiana plumbaginifolia 235, Macaranga tanarius 310 Metrosideros collina 202 308 Nicotiana tabacum 151. MACKINLAYACEAE 83 Metrosideros excelsa 313 Nigella 50 360. Macleania bullata 294 Miconia 68 Nigella damascena 281. MAESACEAE 78 127 Milla biflora 154 NITRARIACEAE 34 76 123. Magnoliids 57 85 Mimosoideae See Fabaceae Nitraria retusa 34. Magnoliales 57 85 Mimosoideae NOTHOFAGACEAE 73, MAGNOLIACEAE 56 57 85 Mimulus 203 325 NYCTAGINACEAE 65 123. 125 126 Mimulus cardinalis 325 NYMPHAEACEAE 56 85 125. Malpighiales 34 69 Mimulus lewisii 325 Nyssaceae See Cornaceae. MALPIGHIACEAE 69 MISODENDRACEAE 66,Malus 142 MOLLUGINACEAE 65 123 Oblaria 80.
Malvales 21 34 74 Momordica 48 OCHNACEAE 69, MALVACEAE 26 29 75 125 MONIMIACEAE 56 57 85 126 Oenothera biennis 353. 135 137 139 171 174 MONTINIACEAE 82 127 OLACACEAE 66 123. 191 194 246 270 Monttea 80 OLEACEAE 34 81 126,Bombacoideae 29 75 MORACEAE 72 Olea 81. Byttnerioideae 29 75 Morinaceae See Caprifoliaceae Oligomeris 74. Dombeyoideae 29 75 MORINGACEAE 74 124 OLINIACEAE 68. Grewioideae 29 75 Mouriri myrtilloides 245 ONAGRACEAE 34 68 124 126. Helicterioideae 29 75 Mouriri nervosa 245 127 202 216 231 322. Malvoideae 29 75 MUNTINGIACEAE 75 123 ONCOTHECACEAE 79. Sterculioideae 29 75 MUSACEAE 61 128 136 234 OPILIACEAE 66 123. Tilioideae 29 75 320 ORCHIDACEAE 4 28 30 31 34, Malvella leprosa 26 Musa 148 154 234 35 45 46 53 59 85 122. 384 Index to scientific names, ORCHIDACEAE continued PERIDISCACEAE 69 POTAMOGETONACEAE 46 58. 125 136 137 138 142 Pernettya rigida 54 Prasium majus 355. 146 148 149 177 178 PETROSAVIACEAE 58 128 PRIMULACEAE 29 78 127. 179 185 191 199 241 Petteria 72 Prosopis glandulosa 204. 245 323 Petunia 203 279 326 Proteales 62, deceit pollination in 53 352 Petunia axillaris 326 PROTEACEAE 25 62 63 179.
evolution of 53 Petunia hybrida 279 326 180 216 221 224 230. floral rewards in 53 Petunia integrifolia 326 233 312 315 322. nectarless 292 Phacelia glaberrima 79 Protea 220 221 224 233 312. raffinose 225 Phacelia tanacetifolia 367 322,spurs in 220 PHELLINACEAE 83 Protea aurea 220. Ornithogalum exscapum 355 Phenakospermum 312 Protea caffra 314. OROBANCHACEAE 81 PHILESIACEAE 60 125 Protea compacta 220. Oxalidales 70 Phillyrea 81 Protea coronata 220, OXALIDACEAE 71 126 PHILYDRACEAE 61 Protea eximia 220. Phlomis fruticosa 348 349 Protea humiflora 322, Pachycereus pecten aborigenum 350 351 358 Protea longifolia 220. 204 Phormium tenax 313 Protea neriifolia 220, Pachysandra 63 Phryganocydia 52 132 Protea obtusifolia 220. PAEONIACEAE 28 66 122 125 PHRYMACEAE 35 81 126 Protea repens 220. 156 PHYLLANTHACEAE 70 123 124 Prunus 179, Palicourea padifolia 204 PHYLLONOMACEAE 83 Prunus persica 175.
PANDACEAE 69 Physalis 51 PSILOXYLACEAE 67 124, Pandanales 60 85 PHYSENACEAE 64 Pteridium aquilinum 2 7. PANDANACEAE 60 PHYTOLACCACEAE 46 65 123 Pulsatilla cernua 221. PAPAVERACEAE 44 46 62 125 PICRAMNIACEAE 67 PUTRANJIVACEAE 69. Fumarioideae 25 44 62 PICRODENDRACEAE 69 Pyrus 142. Papaver 352 Piperales 57 85 Pyrus communis 179,Papilionoideae See Fabaceae PIPERACEAE 57 122 130. Papilionoideae Pisum sativum 135 169 279 QUILLAJACEAE 72. PARACRYPHIACEAE 82 PITTOSPORACEAE 83 126, Parkinsonia 71 PLANTAGINACEAE 31 35 46 Rangaeris 220. PARNASSIACEAE 69 126 80 127 Ranunculales 44 62 85, PASSIFLORACEAE 6 70 124 Plantago 80 RANUNCULACEAE 12 25 28. 135 136 185 204 Platanthera 45 177 29 44 46 50 51 62 86. Passiflora 133 135 144 146 Platanthera bifolia 136 149 125 137 169 191 192. 148 150 152 153 156 Platanthera chlorantha 136 198 201 202 217 221. 157 185 308 137 138 149 178 179 226 232,Passiflora biflora 149 181 199 Ranunculus 360.
PAULOWNIACEAE 81 PLOCOSPERMATACEAE 81 RAPATEACEAE 61. PEDALIACEAE 35 81 122 126 PLUMBAGINACEAE 65 126 Ravenala 312. Pedilanthus 50 Plumeria 52 RESEDACEAE 74 124,Pelargonium 45 67 Poales 61 85 RESTIONACEAE 61. PENAEACEAE 68 POACEAE 4 122 Retama 72, PENNANTIACEAE 83 PODOSTEMACEAE 69 RHABDODENDRACEAE 64. Penstemon 80 232 324 POLEMONIACEAE 25 37 78 RHAMNACEAE 21 26 72 124. Penstemon barbatus 324 123 200 217 226 232 Rheum 65. Penstemon gentianoides 180 Polemonium viscosum 216 RHIPOGONACEAE 60 125. Penstemon strictus 225 324 POLYGALACEAE 25 72 123 Rhipsalis 64. PENTADIPLANDRACEAE 74 124 POLYGONACEAE 21 30 65 123 RHIZOPHORACEAE 70 123. PENTAPHRAGMATACEAE 84 Polyscias sambucifolia 202 Rhododendron luteum 349. 127 PONTEDERIACEAE 61 128 RHYNCHOCALYCACEAE 68,Pentaphylax 78 Populus 70 Rhynchotheca 67. Peperomia 130 PORTULACACEAE 65 123 Richea scoparia 313. Pereskia 64 POSIDONIACEAE 58 Ricinus 173,Index to scientific names 385. Ricinus communis 8 49 135 Schismocarpus 77 STYLIDIACEAE 84 127. 157 172 174 185 193 280 Schizanthus 51 Styloceras 63. Robinia pseudacacia 240 SCHLEGELIACEAE 81 127 Stylosanthes 72. Rosids 66 85 270 Sclerophylax caducifructus 26 STYRACACEAE 78 127. Rosales 72 SCROPHULARIACEAE 25 27 35 SURIANACEAE 71. ROSACEAE 25 31 72 124 175 45 81 127 130 134 140 SYMPLOCACEAE 78 126. 179 280 297 177 179 180 185 186 Symplocarpon 78, Rosmarinus 144 191 192 198 201 202 Syzygium cormiflorum 321.
Rosmarinus officinalis 133 135 203 230 232 244 245. 148 149 247 349 362 324 325 Tabebuia serratifolia 6 135 193. ROUSSEACEAE 127 314 Secale cereale 4 TAMARICACEAE 65 123. Roussea simplex 314 Sechium 194 Tanacetum vulgare 225. RUBIACEAE 25 31 34 46 80 SETCHELLANTHACEAE 73 TAPISCIACEAE 73 123. 127 204 231 295 Sideroxylon 308 Tapiscia 73, Ruellia radicans 6 Silene 179 TECOPHILAEACEAE 59 128. RUPPIACEAE 58 Silene alba 244 TETRAMELACEAE 73, RUTACEAE 76 123 Silene dioica 203 Thalictrum 50 62. Ruta bracteosa 154 Silene latifolia 203 279 Thapsia garganica 348 349. Ruta graveolens 349 SIMAROUBACEAE 76 123 THEACEAE 78. SIMMONDSIACEAE 64 THEOPHRASTACEAE 29 78 126, SABIACEAE 62 Sinapis alba 177 179 Thryptomene calycina 6. Sabia 62 Sinningia 35 Thunbergia 80, SALICACEAE 25 46 70 SIPARUNACEAE 57 THURNIACEAE 61. Salix 70 Sisyrinchium 30 THYMELAEACEAE 46 75 124,SALVADORACEAE 74 122 SMILACACEAE 60 125 141 153.
Salvia 232 325 Solanales 34 82 Thymelaea hirsuta 347. Salvia africana lutea 325 SOLANACEAE 21 25 26 27 Thymus capitatus 200 353. Salvia fruticosa 239 348 31 34 36 37 46 51 82 354 355 356 362. Salvia lanceolata 325 127 135 156 179 185 TICODENDRACEAE 73. Salvia verbenaca 358 203 204 227 231 270 Tiliaceae See Malvaceae. Sambucus 84 157 282 301 319 326 Tilioideae, Sambucus nigra 135 148 185 pollinators 51 Tilia 174 225 239 240. Sanango racemosum 135 Solanum 51 352 Tillandsia 154 155 294 295. Santalales 65 Solanum stramonifolium 135 TOEFIELDIACEAE 58 128. SANTALACEAE 66 123 156 185 TORRICELLIACEAE 83, Sapindales 75 Sophora fernandeziana 179 TOVARIACEAE 74 124. SAPINDACEAE 35 58 76 124 SPARGANIACEAE 61 TRIBELACEAE 82. SAPOTACEAE 78 127 308 Spartium 72 Trichocereus andalgalensis 245. Sarcococca 63 Spartocytisus 72 Trifolium pratense 149 238. SARCOLAENACEAE 75 124 SPHAEROSEPALACEAE 75 123 Trifolium repens 179 200 353. SARRACENIACEAE 30 78 127 SPHENOCLEACEAE 82 Tristerix corymbosus 221. 130 Stachys cretica 348 355 356 TRIURIDACEAE 60 125. Sarracenia 4 78 130 358 TROCHODENDRACEAE 63 126, Sarracenia purpurea 238 STACHYURACEAE 67 127 TROPAEOLACEAE 29 30 31. Saruma 58 154 STAPHYLEACEAE 66 123 44 45 74 125 139 201. Satureja thymbra 239 348 355 STEMONACEAE 60 Tropaeolum majus 139 201. 356 STEMONURACEAE 82 Turneraceae See Passifloraceae. Saurauia 77 Sterculiaceae See Malvaceae Turnera subulata 204. SAURURACEAE 57 Sterculioideae Turnera ulmifolia 6 136 146. Saxifragales 66 STILBACEAE 81 157, SAXIFRAGACEAE 66 123 126 STRASBURGERIACEAE 66 123 TYPHACEAE 61. Scabiosa columbaria 238 STRELITZIACEAE 61 128 312,SCHEUCHZERIACEAE 58 Strelitzia 312 ULMACEAE 72.
Schiedea 54 248 Strelitzia reginae 10 Urginea maritima 348 349 351. SCHISANDRACEAE 57 125 Streptosolen jamesonii 179 URTICACEAE 72. 386 Index to scientific names, Valerianaceae See Caprifolia Viola 70 XERONEMATACEAE 59 128. ceae Virgilia divaricata 306 Xylosma 70,Vanhouttea 35 VITACEAE 34 67 124 XYRIDACEAE 61. VELLOZIACEAE 60 85 128 VIVIANIACEAE 67 124,VERBENACEAE 30 81 127 Viviania 67 Zeyheria 191. 231 301 314 VOCHYSIACEAE 45 68 122 Zingiberales 61 85. Viburnum 84 ZINGIBERACEAE 61 127 156, Viburnum costaricanum 244 Wahlenbergia berteroi 54 325. Vicia faba 136 139 169 184 Welwitschia 3 21 22 23 ZOSTERACEAE 58. 185 199 WINTERACEAE 56 57 85 126 Zuccagnia 71, Vigna unguiculata 8 156 174 Witsenia 323 ZYGOPHYLLACEAE 46 68 245.
VIOLACEAE 27 45 70 XANTHORRHOEACEAE 27 59,Subject index. This index lists common names place names and subjects mentioned in the text Bold page numbers. indicate figures and tables, amylase 273 alliinase 240 241 278 amyloplasts continued. glucosidase 309 altitude degeneration of 173 74,effect on nectar 204 amylose 272. alanine 235 and flies 299 anabasine 248,amylase 273 America 313 anemophily See wind. carotene 151 267 270 71 amino acids 9 186 206 215 pollination. 276 233 38 246 300 344 345 angiosperms,347 349 356 361 63 basal 56.
aminobutyric acid See GABA attractive 361 cladogram 55. thionin 275 and bees 309 gene expression in 270,in bird nectars 319 nectaries in 24. AABA 347 in butterfly nectars 302 4 animal pollination See biotic. abiotic pollination 58 80 concentration 229 294 pollination. See also water pollination ecological significance 344 annuals 357. wind pollination environmental factors and anthocyanins 36 157. acetic acid 302 235 36 antibiotics 186 240 241 242. acids 246 evolutionary significance 344 antifeedants 235 248. adaptation 290 in extrafloral nectars 235 310 anti herbivore protection 304. to pollinators 20 and nectar taste 237 38 310 11, See also co evolution non protein 235 244 249 antioxidants 186. adaptive radiation 11 322 origin of 348 ants 5 7 32 155 206 291. Africa 313 repellent 361 293 303 310 12, alanine 234 237 347 350 taste classes 237 38 attractants 311. Aldabra 298 toxic 235 and caterpillars 310, algae as nectar contaminant variability in concentration crops 311. 206 204 formicine 222,alkaloids 10 186 244 248 ammonia 244 honeypot 311.
319 345 amygdalin 248 349 mouthparts 312, pyrrolizidine 247 amylochromoplasts 150 271 as nectar robbers 294. allicin 241 amylopectin 272 as pollinators 310, alliin 241 amyloplasts 31 150 151 175 ponerine 222 312. alliin lyase See alliinase 148 51 repellents 244 310. 388 Subject index, aphids 225 240 300 311 bees continued beetles 21 296 297 98. apoplastic route 169 171 73 bumble See bumblebees and asparagine 361. aquatic plants 58 62 76 carpenter 230 233 293 294 cetoniid 297 98. arabinose 224 346 306 307 308 hopliine 297 323,arbutin 349 colletid 361 larvae 21. Arctic 299 competition between 367 mouthparts 297 298. Argentina 231 299 concentrating nectar 308 nectar 361. arginine 237 347 350 conservation of wild 367 net winged 291 298. army worms 291 crops 306 309 pollination by 56 57 61 362. ascorbate 242 247 274 276 desert 307 scarab 291,275 76 285 diet 367 biochemistry 265.
ascorbate oxidase 240 diversity of 312 344 364 biological control 304. Asia 313 euglossine 222 biotic pollination 50 51 54 66. asparagine 234 236 237 246 evolution 305 295,347 361 and flower colour 309 origin of 2. as nectar contaminant 206 foraging behaviour of 292 See also bats bees beetles. aspartic acid 237 347 glucose absorption 309 birds butterflies flies. ATPase 280 halictid 325 insects moths wasps, attractants 235 247 248 honey See honeybees birds 175 312 313 19. aurones 248 invasive 366 69 and amino acids 319, Australasia 313 larvae 295 305 effects of dilute nectar on. Australia 5 157 224 289 296 learning behaviour 310 316 17. 308 311 312 313 315 321 long tongued 227 291 297 evolution of nectarivory 313. 322 368 306 309 323 350 359 feeding mechanisms 222. autogamy 54 361 363 369 frugivorous 317,auxin 281 mason 307 and honeydew 5. megachilid 361 363 368 as nectar robbers 294 315, babblers 313 mouthparts 306 nitrogen requirements 319.
baboons 291 321 as nectar robbers 294 non passerine 313. bacteria 10 142 225 241 neotropical 222 passerine 219 227 229 230. as nectar contaminant 206 oil 245 231 247 313 315 317 324. Balearic Islands 313 optimal nectar concentration pollination by 50 51 65 71. barbets 313 306 9 73 218 221 230 323 326, basal angiosperms 56 orchid 303 pollination syndrome 227 292. basking 299 phagostimulants for 238 sturnid muscicapid 317. bats 7 175 204 303 312 320 and phenylalanine 239 361 sucrase activity in 317. 21 pollination by 22 50 51 57 sugar preferences of 317 19. blossom 321 61 68 71 221 230 232 tongues 222, fruit 291 320 323 325 326 350 362 water management in 316 17. glossophagine 327 pollination in greenhouses 368 See also hummingbirds sun. leaf nosed 291 pollination syndrome 227 292 birds, Neotropical 227 231 recruitment 305 307 308 blossom classes 25 26. phyllostomid 320 response to amino acids 309 Borneo 325. pollination by 51 69 71 218 short tongued 227 291 297 breeding systems 20. 226 231 245 320 321 324 306 309 359 361 369 bubbling behaviour 300. pollination syndrome 227 social 305 312 bugs, sucrase acitivity in 320 solitary 305 307 363 367 ambush 295. sugar preferences of 320 369 and asparagine 361, beekeeping 308 366 69 stingless 303 305 306 307 bulbuls 313 319.
bees 175 193 305 10 315 309 363 bumblebees 220 222 226 244. 324 362 sugar preferences of 309 293 303 306 307 308. andrenid 361 temperature 307 327 366 69, anthophorid 323 325 361 tropical 363 butterflies 175 291 297 303. 363 visiting bird flowers 316 300 304 344 361, and asparagine 361 water needs 307 8 and amino acids 234 236. Subject index 389,butterflies continued colour energy 290 301. cabbage white 237 flower 323 324 requirements of pollinators. egg production 304 nectar 247 313 175, mouthparts 300 301 of nectaries 36 51 151 267 values of nectar 217. mud puddling 304 concentration See nectar entomophily See insects. as nectar robbers 294 concentration pollination by. nymphalid 303 contamination 241 273 enzymes 9 186 218 225. painted lady 301 pollen 234 238 43 273 280 345, peacock 302 contigs tentative 276 epidermis 28 39 132 33.
pierid 301 convergence 44 227 295 313 137 41,pollination by 51 230 317 essential oils 248 49. pollination syndrome 227 Costa Rica 289 319 esterase 240. preferred nectar concentration cotton See Gossypium hirsutum ethanol 245 302. 301 in scientific name index ethylene 277,satyrid 323 coumarins 244 Europe 305 313. sugar preferences of 302 CRABS CLAW 86 269 70 278 evaporation 219. buzz pollination 51 59 63 68 279 evolution 21 24 43. 82 crystals 144 157 of breeding systems 19,cuculli 192 of deceit pollination 51. caffeine 248 cuticle 30 133 137 138 154 of flowering plants 19 56. calcium 232 33 281 156 of flowers 20 37 50, mobilization 275 cyanoglycosides 349 in Gesneriaceae 81. calcium oxalate 144 157 cyathia 50 of gymnosperms 24. California 363 cysteine 234 237 346 of monocotyledons 59. CAM plants 175 cytochrome oxidase 239 of nectaries 1 2 20 49 50. Canary Islands 325 51 64 87, cantharophily See flies pollina Darwin s finches 313 in Orchidaceae 53.
tion by deceit pollination 51 53 59 60 See also co evolution conver. carbohydrates 9 186 80 352 gence, carbon dioxide 236 282 301 defence genes 274 76 experimental design 205 6 224. carnivorous plants 4 236 deserts 129 204 307 308 321 extrafloral nectaries 4 6 7 33. carotenoids 36 271 344 38 49 131 144 155 57, See also carotene dichogamy 176 206 235 245 246 304. carpellodes 52 dicotyledons 21 amino acids in 310, catalase 243 spurs in 44 and environmental factors 236. caterpillars with septal nectaries 154 functions of 310. and amino acids 303 diglycerides 245 sugars 311,and ants 310 dioecious plants 203 types of 33 156. attractants for 244 disaccharides 9 224 361 See also nectar extrafloral. lycaenid 310 discs 27 41 46 66 68 79 82,chalcone synthase 275 83 fast producers 175.
channels 27 See also nectaries receptacular fatty acids 246. chemoreceptors 237 38 300 drought 216 308 344 351 feeding. Chihuahuan desert 204 355 56 attractants 244,China 320 ducts 27 mechanisms 5 222 301 306. chitinase 241 275 277 responses 5 9 237 244 247,chloroamyloplasts 151 early branching 248 249 300. chloroplasts 31 150 173 lineages 56 85 finches 313. 148 51 271 monocots 58 fixation chemical 159, chromoplasts 150 151 271 Ecuador 231 flavonoids 247. classification systems 19 Egypt 308 flies 175 296 297 298 300. Coca Cola 248 elaiophores 4 10 59 60 68 361 362, co evolution 43 227 1 2 244 80 245 and amino acids 234. 290 315 322 360 361 endothermy 290 294 297 300 anthomyiid 361. 363 366 305 315 and asparagine 361,390 Subject index.
flies continued flowers continued gibberellic acid 281. bee 291 299 diurnal 365 giraffes 321,blow 291 300 flag shaped 25 26 glands 29 30. bombyliid 297 299 fly 300 glucanase 275, bubbling behaviour 300 funnel shaped 25 26 glucose 9 171 224 280 302. carrion 300 gullet 25 26 359 309 345, chemoreceptors in 237 38 hawkmoth 301 glucose fructose ratios 346. crop emptying 300 head shaped 25 26 359 glucose oxidase 242. dung 234 heliotropic 299 glucosyl 239, foraging behaviour of 292 hummingbird 228 229 295 glutamic acid 234 237 347. fruit 295 299 300 303 300 glutamine 234 235 236 237. house 291 long tubed 299 246 347 356, hover 291 299 nocturnal 282 301 365 glycine 237 310 347.
long proboscid 323 open 292 299 glycolysis 280, long tongued 291 299 protected 219 221 292 glycosides 244 345 349. mouthparts 5 298 revolver 50 65 77 grayanotoxins 349. muscoid 299 shallow 218 Greece 362, parasitoid 300 tube shaped 25 26 218 293 gymnosperms. and phenylalanine 239 361 294 299 300 315 358 360 nectaries in 21 23. pollination by 22 50 51 56 vertebrate pollinated 223 pollination drops in 3 4 22. 57 61 231 323 zygomorphic 77 pollination syndromes in 21. pollination syndrome 227 fluorescence 248 gynostemia 59. replacing bees as pollinators food bodies See elaiophores. 299 foraging behaviour 182 292 haemolymph 237 296 309 363. syrphid 297 299 361 effect of robbing on 294 hairs 60 75 139 156 221 360. floral rewards 51 fossils hydathode 49, See also elaiophores nectar angiosperm 20 lollipop 298. oils perfume pollen hummingbird 313 penitent 49,flower insect 20 secretory 139 159 171 172. age 226 227 235 fragrance See perfume 194 233,classes 25 free radicals 242 spherical 67.
colour 323 324 fructose 9 171 224 280 300 See also trichomes. depth 358 302 309 345 Hawaii 308 313,mites 294 95 fumarate 246 Hawaiian Archipelago 54. shapes 25 fungi 4 10 142 205 225 241 hawkmoths 45 175 204 291. size 359 242 243 300 302 303 315 365, types 296 297 as nectar contaminant 206 and carbon dioxide 282. flowerpeckers 291 hummingbird 301, flowerpiercers 291 293 313 GABA 235 236 249 347 350 pollination by 232 282 326. 317 356 361 362 363 sugar preferences of 302,flowers receptors in insects 249 heather 247. actinomorphic 77 gall midges 57 herbivory 32 38 156 236 301. artificial 282 307 309 garrigue 350 351 310 11,bee 221 292 315 geckos 291 313 heterochrony 59.
bell shaped 25 26 geitonogamy 250 356 hexose 233 280 300 317 320. bird 221 229 292 294 315 gelsemine 248 346 355, bowl shaped 25 297 359 genes 86 131 269 70 272 nectars 218. brush shaped 25 219 312 defence 274 76 and viscosity 223. 315 321 322 expressed in nectaries 279 See also fructose glucose. butterfly 301 expression of 273 78 monosachharides. chasmogamous 25 Nec1 277 78 histidine 237 347, closed 360 and nectar traits 203 histochemical techniques 158. deep 219 unigenes 276 histology 157 59, dimorphic 204 genetics 266 holocrine secretion 146 156. dish shaped 25 26 geraniol 249 holonectaries 64,Subject index 391. homoserine 235 idioblasts 29 light intensity 354, honey 296 349 Indian Ocean islands 298 308 linalool 249.
ascorbate in 246 312 313 lipids 68 186 245 46 345, phenolics in 247 indole ascetic acid 281 stains for 158. proteins in 241 insects 221 295 312 lizards 313, honeybees 230 240 246 247 chemoreceptors 237 38 long range attractants 249. 303 305 306 308 349 crops 296 299 306 309 311 lorikeets 291 313 319. 351 361 362 363 366 69 ectothermic 297 301 LxS8 241. glucose absorption 309 endothermic 296 297 300 lysigenous cavities 39. and honeydew 5 305 315 lysine 237 347,learning behaviour 310 feeding mechanisms 222. recruitment 308 hairy 297 306 367 Madagascar 312 321. response to amino acids 309 larvae 21 295 301 304 305 magnesium 232 33. as secondary robbers 294 learning behaviour 248 310 malate 246. sugar preferences of 309 mouthparts 222 295 297 malate dehydrogenase 240. toxic nectar 225 300 301 304 306 312 malonate 246, honeycreepers 291 313 pollination by 21 23 47 48 maltose 224 345. honeydew 5 8 224 225 246 49 54 56 57 60 61 72 mammals 7 320 22. 298 300 304 310 311 218 230 323 mannitol 345,315 367 sense of taste 237 38 mannose 224 225 346.
honeyeaters 229 291 303 312 intoxicants 244 mannose binding lectins 239. 313 321 324 invasive 241 278, honey leaves 50 360 bees 366 69 mannosephosphate isomerase. honey pockets 360 plants 220 319 366 67 225, honey possums 291 322 wasps 304 marsupials 7 312 321 322. hormones 281 310 invertase 9 172 174 203 Mauritius 308 313 314. hovering 290 299 300 301 218 224 239 240 Mediterranean 129 200 216. 315 317 320 280 346 224 237 238 297 343 69, H serine 347 ions 4 8 9 186 217 melezitose 224 300 311. humidity 354 232 281 melibiose 224 345, hummingbirds 6 7 50 53 73 iridoid glycosides 244 mellitophily See bees. 204 219 222 223 228 islands 54 298 299 304 308 pollination by. 229 291 303 313 315 313 325 369 merocrine secretion 146 156. 316 320 324 pollination syndromes on 53 meronectaries 64. arthropod foraging 319 isoleucine 237 347 mesenchyma 29. foraging behaviour of 292 Israel 237 307 319 348 358 metallothionein 275 277. fossils 313 362 365 368 369 methionine 234 237 347 350. as nectar robbers 294 Mexico 232 321, pollination by 230 231 32 jasmone 249 mice 224 291.
292 323 324 325 jasmonic acid 310 microchannels 30 138 137 38. pollination syndrome 227 Juan Fernandez Archipelago 53 microclimate 219. sensitivity to sugar concen micropores 30, tration 318 Kent Island 54 micropylar secretions 22. sucrase in 317 Krebs cycle 246 minerals 344 348 363. sugar preferences of 231 32 mites,317 19 lacewings 296 flower 291 293 295 294 95. hydathodes 4 lactose 346 predatory 291 295, hydrogen peroxide 242 43 243 latitude mockingbirds 317. 273 274 275 effect on nectar 204 molecular biology 265. hydrolysis and flies 299 monkeys 291 322, postsecretory 311 leafhoppers 246 monocotyledons 21 58 85. starch 173 74 175 leek See Allium porrum in early branching 58. sucrose 171 73 218 315 324 scientific name index lectins in 240. hydroxyproline 235 237 346 lemurs 291 312 321 nectaries 154.

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