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THE IDENTITY OF THE SWEDE MIDGE, WITH NOTES ON ITS BIOLOGY
A brief historical summary is given of the literature concerning Contarinia nasturtii Kieffer, C. torquens de Meijere and C. geisenheyneri Riibsaamen, three gall midges (Cecidomyidae) which have beenExpand
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Slugs in gardens: Their numbers, activities and distribution. Part 2
Section 8. Observations of slugs feeding in gardens indicate that very little of their food consists of plant material grown for human consumption or pleasure. In places where one crop only is grown,Expand
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A CAMBIUM MINER, OF BASKET WILLOWS (AGROMYZIDAE) AND ITS INQUILINE GALL MIDGE (CECIDOMYIDAE)
SUMMARY. 1. A brief resume is given of the information available concerning Dipterous cambium miners (Agromyzidae). 2. The morphology of the egg, larva, pupa and adult of Dizygomyza barnesiExpand
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Gall Midges (Cecidomyidae) as Enemies of Mites
This is a third of a series of papers dealing with zoophagous gall midges of the world. The first, “ Gall Midges as Enemies of Aphids,” was published in 1929 (Bull. Ent. Res., xx, 1929, pp. 433–442)Expand
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The Ecological Distribution of Adult Craneflies in Carnarvonshire
THE county of Carnarvonshire, N. Wales, has a very great surface variety, unequalled by any other county in the British Isles. Its greatest length is 55 miles from east to west, but from north toExpand
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Two Gall Midges ( Cecidomyidae ) found in Stored Products
The first species to be dealt with was received from M. Prosper Bovien, of the Statens Plantepatologiske, Forsog, Lyngby, in October 1927. It was reared from larvae and pupae found abundantly amongExpand
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