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 sativae worldwide

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

MALVACEAE : MIMOSACEAE : MORINGACEAE.

Other host plant families beginning with
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Malvaceae        
Abelmoschus       Spencer, 1990: 92
Abelmoschus esculentus (L.) Okra   Martinez, 1994: 18(71)
Alcea       Martinez, 1994: 18(71)
Anoda cristata (L.) Spurred Anoda   Martinez, 1994: 18(71)
Anoda       Martinez, 1994: 18(71)
Gossypium       Martinez, 1994: 18(71) (reared adults)
Gossypium barbadense L.     Martinez, 1994: 18(71) (reared adults)
Gossypium hirsutum L. Upland Cotton   Martinez, 1994: 18(71) (reared adults)
Hibiscus esculentus L.     Martinez, 1994: 18(71)
Malva       Spencer, 1990: 92
Malva nicaeensis All. French Mallow   Martinez, 1994: 19(72)
Malva neglecta Wallr. Dwarf Mallow British Wild Flowers by John Somerville et al. Martinez, 1994: 19(72)
Malva pusilla S.M. Small Mallow   Martinez, 1994: 19(72)
Sida       Spencer, 1990: 92
Sida acuta Burm.     Martinez, 1994: 19(72)
Sidalcea       Martinez, 1994: 19(72)
       
Mimosaceae        
Albizia lebbeck (L.)     Martinez, 1994: 19(72)
       
Moringaceae        
Moringa       Spencer, 1990: 86
Moringa oleifera Lam.     Martinez, 1994: 19(72)


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