The leaf and stem mines of British flies and other insects
 

(Coleoptera, Diptera, Hymenoptera and Lepidoptera)

by Brian Pitkin, Willem Ellis, Colin Plant and Rob Edmunds

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HOSTS PLANTS - COMMON NAME

N.B. Not all hosts have common names!
 
Q      
Quaking-grass
Quince    
R      
Radish Ragged Robin
Ragweed Ragwort
Rampion Bellflower Ramsons Rape Rare Spring-sedge
Raspberry Rayed Tansy
Recurved Thorn-apple Red Bartsia
Red Campion Red Clover Red Dead-nettle
Red Fescue
Red Nightshade Red Oak Red Star-thistle Red Valerian
Red-berried Elder Reed Canary-grass Reed Sweet-grass Remote Sedge
Ribbed Melilot Ribwort Plantain Rigid Hornwort
Roble
Rose Campion Rosebay Willowherb Roseroot
Rough Chervil
Rough Cocklebur Rough Hawkbit Rough Hawk's beard Rough Marsh-mallow
Rough Meadow-grass Round-fruited Rush Round-headed Rampion Round-leaved Fluellen
Round-leaved Mint Round-leaved Vetchling Rowan Rum Cherry
Runner Bean Russian Comfrey Russian-vine
Rustyback
Rye      
 
 


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