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!
Wall Barley
Wall Cotoneaster Wall Lettuce Wall-rue
Warty-cabbage Water Avens Water Chickweed Water Dock
Water Figwort Water Forget-me-not Water Horsetail Water Melon
Water Mint Waterer's Cotoneaster Water-pepper Water-plantain
Water-soldier Wavy Hair-grass
Wayfaring-tree Weasel's-snout
Weeping Willow Weld Welsh Poppy Welted Thistle
Western Balsam-poplar White Ball-mustard
White Bryony White Butterbur
White Campion White Clover White Dead-nettle White Dogwood
White Helleborine White Henbane White Horehound White Melilot
White Mustard White Poplar White Rock-rose White Water-lily
White Willow
White Wood-rush White-flowered Gourd Whitlowgrasses
Whorled Clary Wild Angelica Wild Basil Wild Cabbage
Wild Celery Wild Cherry Wild Clary Wild Garden Thyme
Wild Liquorice Wild Marjoram Wild Mignonette Wild Pansy
Wild Parsnip Wild Plum Wild Privet Wild Radish
Wild Service-tree Wild Strawberry Wild Teasel Wild-oat
Willow-leaved Cotoneaster Winter Heliotrope Winter-cress Woad
Wood Anemone Wood Avens Wood Burdock Wood Club-rush
Wood Crane's-bill Wood Fescue Wood Forget-me-not Wood Meadow-grass
Wood Melick Wood Millet Wood Ragwort
Wood Sage
Wood Small-reed Wood Speedwell Wood Spurge
Wood Stitchwort
Wood Vetch Woodruff Wood-sedge
Woolly Burdock      
Yellow Anemone Yellow Archangel Yellow Chamomile
Yellow Figwort Yellow Foxglove Yellow Horned-poppy Yellow Iris
Yellow Loosestrife Yellow Oat-grass Yellow Oxytropis Yellow Pimpernel
Yellow Saxifrage Yellow Water-lily Yellow-rattle Yellow-wort

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