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genome sequencing

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drosophila_melanogaster https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drosophila_melanogaster Just found a fantastic site on wikipeda about the
tgggyrecekzvck7ot6voxcoavnf67uuke77aalsj
11 Nov
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Re: Mikiola News

Many thanks Sally, much appreciated. From: "'Luker, Sally' sl387@... [british_galls]" To:
Jerry Clough
4 Nov
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Re: Mikiola News

Too long for a screen grab, so here are the piccies and the conversation… Claire Mullan: Hello! Strathearn, Scotland – I think the host is Beech. Thank
    Luker, Sally
    3 Nov
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    Re: Mikiola News

    Such a great find! Sent from my iPhone ... Such a great find! Sent from my iPhone On 3 Nov 2017, at 19:39, 'Luker, Sally' sl387@... [british_galls]
    James Heal
    3 Nov
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    Re: Mikiola News

    Hello Jerry, Have just asked Claire (the finder) if she’s happy for the post to be shared here (screengrab?). In the meantime, here’s what she has to say
    Luker, Sally
    3 Nov
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    Mikiola News

    Just thought I'd relay the exciting news that Mikiola fagi has been found in Strathearn. ... British Plant Galls on Twitter “Mikiola fagi has turned up in
    Jerry Clough
    3 Nov
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    : bidens gall

    Hi there are species of the genus Phaeogramma a tephritid fly that induce galls on Bidens, but in Asia. David
    dp_savage
    1 Nov
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    Re: bidens gall

    Sorry, yes I see it now. No idea! Malcolm From: british_galls@... [mailto:british_galls@...] Sent: 31 October 2017 16:27 To:
    Malcolm Storey
    31 Oct
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    Re: bidens gall

    yes, the second photo is the "gall" cut in two parts Jérôme Le 31/10/2017 à 13:06, 'Malcolm Storey' malcolm.storey321@... ... yes, the second
    Jérôme Tourneur
    31 Oct
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    Re: bidens gall

    Have you opened it? Malcolm From: british_galls@... [mailto:british_galls@...] Sent: 31 October 2017 10:01 To:
    Malcolm Storey
    31 Oct
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    bidens gall

    Hi everybody, For the second time I found a distorted bidens wich seemed galled (photo 1). Opening it I didn't manage to find any chamber or insect (photo2).
      jerome.tourneur
      31 Oct
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      Re: Your help is required please. [2 Attachments]

      Hi Mo, The FSC book is THE book to have for identification – but the Michael Chinnery guide, Britain’s Plant Galls is also an excellent book and a good
      Anne Hickley at Penguin Office Services
      31 Oct
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      Re: Your help is required please.

      Steve,Clear as mud. Joking. That has helped me no end, I still have a long learning curve to climb, but I know with all the help from people like yourself
      Maurice (Mo) Vaughan
      30 Oct
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      Re: Your help is required please.

      It is most likely to be a leaf-mine caused by the fly Phytomyza ilicis (Holly Leaf Miner) Maurice.  A leaf-mine is the result when an insect lays its egg(s)
      Steve McWilliam
      30 Oct
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      Re: Your help is required please.

      Hi there The Holly Leaf Miner is an agromyzid fly - phytomyza ilicis. It lays it's eggs in the leaf and the larva chews a 'mine' between the leaf skins. It can
      jill cunningham
      30 Oct
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