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Enigmadiplosis agapanthi, a new genus and species of gall midge (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae) damaging Agapanthus flowers in England.

@inproceedings{Harris2016EnigmadiplosisAA,
  title={Enigmadiplosis agapanthi, a new genus and species of gall midge (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae) damaging Agapanthus flowers in England.},
  author={Keith M. Harris and Andrew Salisbury and Hannah Elizabeth Mary Jones},
  year={2016}
}
n July 2014, Agapanthus (Amaryllidacaeae) flowers showing damage typical of that caused by gall midges was brought to the attention of the second author [AS] by Lenka Cooke (Horticultural Advisor at the Royal Horticultural Society). Examination of damaged flowers collected at the RHS Garden, Wisley, confirmed that gall midge larvae were present and a sample of damaged inflorescences was sent to the first author [KMH] for identification and taxonomic advice. Many gall midge larvae were found in… Expand

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