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Re: cecidophyes nudus

Thank you - interesting - it must be in other gardens/streets between Norfolk/Leeds/Darlington - just not noticed - or become isolated since the use of weed
jill cunningham
14 Jan
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Re: cecidophyes nudus

Hi everyone, I found it on just one plant in my VC55 Leicester garden in September 2013 [see scans] when Chris Leach first told me to look out for it.
    Maggie Frankum
    13 Jan
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    Re: cecidophyes nudus

    Hi Jill, I think the iRecord site gives a better impression: it has all the Leicestershire records from NatureSpot which are on NBN and several others
    Jerry Clough
    13 Jan
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    2648

    Re: cecidophyes nudus

    I've found it at two sites over the last three years. Both sites are in gardens in Norfolk well away from woodland sites. I don't submit records any more.
    Robert Maidstone
    13 Jan
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    Re: cecidophyes nudus

    Many thanks - laugh - 2 weeks ago I'd had that thought whilst driving back from Leeds - but completely forgotten it - an age thing! Good to have it seconded
    jill cunningham
    13 Jan
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    Re: cecidophyes nudus

    I can but answer one of your queries in that I think it is much more of a species of urban and suburban areas than out in the open countryside or in woods.
    Keith
    13 Jan
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    cecidophyes nudus

    2 years ago I found cecidophyes nudus galling geum urbanum whilst weeding my daughters' garden in Leeds, (Knightsway, SE36223404) and since then have also
      yfb64ajfse5iu2gb5c27pusjl6rqlgf4ytbpcjdh
      13 Jan
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      2018 Plant Galls Meeting in Bialowieza forest - Poland

      Dear BPGS members, This message to let you know about the Plant Gall Meeting I'm organizing in the Bialowieza forest in August 2018. All details are to be
      carbobast
      Dec 6, 2017
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      2643

      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
      Nov 11, 2017
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      Re: Mikiola News

      Many thanks Sally, much appreciated. From: "'Luker, Sally' sl387@... [british_galls]" To:
      Jerry Clough
      Nov 4, 2017
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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
        Nov 3, 2017
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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
        Nov 3, 2017
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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
        Nov 3, 2017
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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
        Nov 3, 2017
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        2637

        : bidens gall

        Hi there are species of the genus Phaeogramma a tephritid fly that induce galls on Bidens, but in Asia. David
        dp_savage
        Nov 1, 2017
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