Talk:List of Northern American nectar sources for honey bees

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US-centric - Name change to reflect scope?[edit]

This article, in it's current status, is very US centric! When the article has any relevance to northern European nectar sources it is when describing species of European origin that then are named as 'feral'. Major European nectar sources such as The Linden Tilia cordata are completely absent.

Mind, I don't protest the make up of the article as such but rather its claim of substance. The title is 'Northern nectar sources for honey bees'. If the Idea is to write an article about nectar sources in the northern North America, then let the title say so. if not, remember that the English Wikipedia is to be relevant for Great Britain and that it is also read by a huge number of people around the world. Therefore the article should either be expanded to cover all relevant areas of the temperate northern hemisphere (a huge task) or the title changed to reflect its scope!

--Kristoffersson (talk) 10:18, 8 August 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]

I completely agree. Was startled reading this to see that it is mis-named. Am changing it. Cooke (talk) 10:00, 30 September 2011 (UTC)Reply[reply]


Would Anyone with knowledge of good sources be able to add tupelo species to this list? It is a major source of honey in some Southern US states. --SV Resolution(Talk) 15:49, 11 January 2014 (UTC)Reply[reply]

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