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



N.B. Not all hosts have common names!
Cabbage Thistle Cambridge Milk-parsley Canadian Fleabane Canadian Goldenrod
Canterbury-bells Cape-gooseberry
Carline Thistle Carnation Sedge
Carnic Masterwort
Castor-oil-plant Cat-mint
Cat's-ear Charlock
Cherry Laurel Cherry Plum Chick Pea Chickweed Willowherb
Chicory China Aster Chinese Mugwort Chinese Teaplant
Chives Cineraria Clasping-leaf Cone-flower Cleavers
Cloudberry Clove Pink Clustered Bellflower Cobweb Houseleek
Cock's-foot Cockspur Colt's-foot Colorado Spruce
Columbine Common Amaranth Comman Bent Common Birds's foot-trefoil
Common Blue-sow-thistle Common Calamint Common Centaury Common Chickweed
Common Comfrey Comman Cornsalad Common Cottongrass Common Couch
Common Duckweed Common Evening-primrose Common Eyebright Comman Figwort
Common Fleabane Common Glasswort Common Gromwell Common Hemp-nettle
Common Knapweed Common Mallow Common Meadow-rue Common Milkwort
Common Morning-glory Common Mouse-ear Common Nettle Common Orache
Common Poppy Common Purslane Common Ragwort Common Reed
Common Restharrow Common Rock-rose Common Scurvygrass Common Sea-lavender
Common Spotted-orchid Common Sedge Common Sorrel Common Spike-rush
Common Toadflax Common Twayblade Common Valerian Common Whitebeam
Confused Michaelmas-daisy Coriander Corn Cleavers Corn Marigold
Corn Mint Corncockle Cornelian Cherry Cornflower
Cornish Bellflower Cotton Thistle Cow Parsley Cowbane
Cowberry Cowherb Cowslip Crab Apple
Crack-willow Creeping Bellflower Creeping Bent Creeping Buttercup
Creeping Cinquefoil Creeping Dogwood Creeping Soft-grass Creeping Thistle
Creeping Willow Creeping Yellow-cress Crested Dog's-tail
Crested Hair-grass
Cretan Mullein Crimson Clover Crown Daisy Cuckooflower
Cucumber Curled Dock Currant Tomato Cut-leaved Ground-cherry
Cyperus Sedge    

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