| T - tree
TDB - tree, deciduous broadleaf
TEN - tree, evergreen needleleaf
TEB - tree, evergreen broadleaf
S - shrub
SEB - shrub, evergreen broadleaf
SDB - shrub, deciduous broadleaf
V - vine
VDB - vine, deciduous broadleaf
G - grass
F - forb (herbaceous flowering plants, non-woody)
C - crops/cultivated
| This column indicates whether or not the species is considered a very important nectar source species within the state and region selected. If it is a significant source, it is indicated here with a 'Y' and the row is highlighted.
In this context, important is defined by Ayers and Harman as those species that "reliably produce a large percent of the harvested honey" within the selected region.