Pollinator interactions between Episyrphus balteatus and Mentha aquatica

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Authors Title Journal Pub Year Pub Vol DOI Methology Pollinator Survey Plant Survey NBN Pollinator Code Pollinator Species Caste NBN Plant Code Plant Species Interactions Date Month Year Grid Letter Grid Code Latitude Longitude Habitat Pollina-tion Quality Pollen Nectar Record
S. Falk (2016) Buglife Report: Promoting pollinators along Highways England's Area 9 road network Submitted dataset 2016 DO All All NBNSYS0000006916 Episyrphus balteatus NBNSYS0000004198 Mentha aquatica 1 11 8 2016 SP 240638 52.2718 -1.6496 Suburban 3 32663
J.C Willis et al. (1895) Flowers and Insects of Great Britain. Part I Annals of Botany 1895 9 10.1093/oxfordjournals.aob.a090737 DO All Group NBNSYS0000006916 Episyrphus balteatus NBNSYS0000004198 Mentha aquatica 1894 NZ 0 0 3 N N 32486
R.E. Walton et al. (2020) Nocturnal pollinators strongly contribute to pollen transport of wild flowers in an agricultural landscape. Biology Letters 2020 16 10.1098/rsbl.2019.0877 DO All All NBNSYS0000006916 Episyrphus balteatus NBNSYS0000004198 Mentha aquatica 1 TG 128402 52.917 1.164 Riparian Zone 3 57817
D. Goulson et al. (1998) Flower constancy in the hoverflies Episyrphus balteatus (Degeer) and Syrphus ribesii (L.) (Syrphidae) Behavioral Ecology 1998 9 10.1093/beheco/9.3.213 DO Group Group NBNSYS0000006916 Episyrphus balteatus NBNSYS0000004198 Mentha aquatica 1995 SU 417139 50.923 -1.408 Fen, Marsh and Swamp 3 33335