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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Host plants of Liriomyza bryoniae worldwide

L. bryoniae is only recorded in Britain from glasshouses and/or in quarantine.


PEDALIACEAE
: PIPERACEAE : PLANTAGINACEAE
POLEMONIACEAE : PRIMULACEAE.

Other host plant families beginning with
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Pedaliaceae        
Proboscidea jussieu     Martinez, 1994: 19(72)
       
Piperaceae        
Piper       Martinez, 1994: 19(72) (reared adults)
       
Plantaginaceae        
Plantago arenaria Waldst. and Kit. Branched Plantain   Martinez, 1994: 20(73)
Plantago afra L. Glandular Plantain   Martinez, 1994: 20(73)
Plantago major L. Greater Plantain British Wild Flowers by John Somerville et al. Martinez, 1994: 20(73)
       
Polemoniaceae        
Phlox       Martinez, 1994: 20(73)
Polemonium       Spencer, 1990: 194
Polemonium       Bladmineerders van Europa
       
Primulaceae        
Primula       Martinez, 1994: 20(73)
Primula auricula L. Auricula   Martinez, 1994: 20(73)
Primula x hortensis Horst.     Martinez, 1994: 20(73)


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