SCIENTIFIC NAME: Lysimachia quadriflora
COMMON NAMES: Slender Yellow Loosetrife, Prairie Loosetrife, Four-flower Yellow Loosestrife, Linear Loosestrife, Narrowleaf Loosestrife, Whorled Loosestrife
- Flowers are cross-pollinated by oligolectic Melittid bees. These bees collect floral oil & pollen of flowers to make pollen balls they feed to their larvae.
- Loosestrife Bud Gall Midge larvae, sawfly, & Loosestrife Borer Moth larvae feed on the foliage, pith of stems, & other parts of loosestrife.
- No information is available about this plant's relationships to vertebrate animals.