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!
Madwort Maidenhair Spleenwort Maize
Male-fern Many-seeded Goosefoot Maple-leaved Goosefoot Marram
Marrow Marsh Arrowgrass Marsh Cinquefoil Marsh Hawk's-beard
Marsh Horsetail Marsh Lousewort Marsh Pea Marsh Pennywort
Marsh Ragwort
Marsh Sow-thistle
Marsh Thistle Marsh Valerian
Marsh Willowherb Marsh Woundwort
Marsh-bedstraw Marsh-elder
March-mallow Marsh-marigold Masterwort
May Lily
Meadow Buttercup Meadow Crane's-bill Meadow Fescue Meadow Foxtail
Meadow Oat-grass Meadow Thistle Meadow Vetchling Meadowsweet
Medlar Melancholy Thistle Melon Mexican-tea
Midland Hawthorn Mezereon Milk Thistle Milk parsley
Milky Bellflower
Mistletoe Mitre Cress
Monterey Pine
Monkeyflower Monk's-hood Moschatel Mossy Saxifrage
Moth Mullein Motherwort Mount Etna Broom
Mountain Alison
Mountain Avens Mountain Everlasting Mountain Melick Mouse-ear-hawkweed
Mugwort Mung-bean Musk Thistle Musk-mallow

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