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!
Gallant Soldier
Garden Angelica Garden Asparagus Garden Catmint
Garden Chervil Garden Fleabane Garden Lady's-mantle Garden Lettuce
Garden Lupin
Garden Mignonette Garden Parsley
Garden Pea
Garden Privet Garden Radish Garden Rocket Garden Speedwell
Garden Strawberry Garlic Garlic Mustard Germander Speedwell
Giant Fescue Giant Fleabane Giant Hogweed Giant Knapweed
Giant Ragweed Glandular Globe-thistle Glandular Plantain Glaucous Sedge
Globe Artichoke Globeflower
Goat Willow Goat's-beard
Goat's-rue Goldenrod Golden-samphire Goldilocks Buttercup
Gorse Grass-leaved Orache Grass-of-Parnassus Great Burnet
Great Forget-me-not Great Lettuce Great Mullein Great Willowherb
Great Wood-rush Great Yellow-cress Greater Bird's-foot-trefoil Greater Burdock
Greater Burnet-saxifrage Greater Duckweed Greater Celandine Greater Knapweed
Greater Plantain Greater Pond-sedge Greater Quaking-grass Greater Sea-kale
Greater Spearwort Greater Stitchwort Greater Tussock-sedge Greater Water-parsnip
Greater Yellow-rattle Green Alkanet Green Bristle-grass Green Field-speedwell
Green Hellebore Green Hound's-toungue Green-winged Orchid Grey Alder
Ground-elder Ground-ivy Groundsel Guelder-rose

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