By K.A. Spencer
The unique stimulus which began KENNETH SPENCER on a examine of the Agro myzid flies used to be a call for participation, which he authorised, to translate from the German the monograph on Leaf Miners via Professor E. M. HERING. From this constructed approximately twenty years of collaboration until eventually Professor HERING's demise in 1967. Dr. SPENCER has himself defined over six hundred new species within the kin, a lot of which he amassed and reared from recognized host crops in the course of his broad travels to the entire 5 major continents. mostly due to his paintings, the variety of species recognized in Britain has elevated from ninety in 1945 to 313 this day. he's hence uniquely certified to jot down this e-book in regards to the hundred and fifty or so species that are frequently linked to cultivated vegetation. a lot of the taxonomic aspect supplied the following should be of price basically to experts; yet with assistance from a microscope and the botanical host checklist (Chapter 2) and the varied illustrations (mostly ready via ANN SPENCER) these in agri cultural institutes and somewhere else should still now be capable to establish nearly all of species came across attacking vegetation in any a part of the world.
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Fragaria ananasa Duchesne Fragaria vesca L. Fragaria virginiana Duchesne Malus spp. Prunus avium L. Prunus cerasifera Ehrh. Prunus domestica L. Prunus insititia L. Prunus persica L. Rubus idaeus L. Rubus occidentalis L. RUBIACEAE Coffea arabica L. RUTACEAE Citrus sp. SALICACEAE Populus spp. ) Agromyza spiraeae Kalt. Agromyza fragariae Mall. Agromyza spiraeae Kalt. Agromyza fragariae Mall. ) Phytomyza heringiana Hd. Phytobia pruni (Grossenbacher) Phytobia cerasiferae (Kangas) Phytobia cerasiferae (Kangas) Phytobia pruni (Grossenbacher) Phytobia cerasiferae (Kangas) Phytomyza persicae Frick Agromyza spiraeae Kalt.
Aedeagus as in Fig. 36, basiphallus with unusually long side-arms; described in great detail by IPE (1967). IPE (1966) has also described the female genitalia. EARLY STAGES. 66 mmlong. 5 mm in thickness. The puparium (Fig. 37) is yellowish-white when freshly formed but turns reddish-brown after about 24 hours; the posterior spiracles are each on a short, stout protuberance with an ellipse of some 10-12 pores around a small central scar, in place of the chitinized horn frequently present in this genus.
Salix fragilis L. Salix purpurea L. Salix triandra L. Salix viminalis L. Salix spp. Species Phytobia ? ) Japanagromyza salicifolii (Collin) Agromyza albitarsis Mg. SCROPHULARIACEAE Digitalis lanata Ehrh. Digitalis purpurea L. Napomyza scrophulariae Sp. Napomyza scrophulariae Sp. SOLANACEAE Capsicum annuum L. Lycopersicum esculentum L. Nicotiana tabacum L. Solanum andigenum Juz. and Buk. Solanum melongena L. Solanum tuberosum L. ) Liriomyza sativae Blanchard Liriomyza trifolii (Burgess) Phytomyza horticola Gour.