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Redfern, M. & Askew, R.R., 1992

Plant Galls

Introductory guide to galls and gall-causers. Useful dichotomous keys to galls on principal plant hosts: Sycamore, Burdocks, Birches, Thistles, Knapweeds, Spruces (Picea), Poplars, Oaks, Wild Roses, Willows and Yew. There is a further key to full grown larvae of parasitoids and predators of selected gall formers. Food webs for selected galls follows which gives a guide to other spp which may be found in these galls.

Publisher The Richmond Publishing Co. Ltd
Volume No 17
Pages 99
ISBN 0 85546 285 X
Coverage Covers all known insect and mite galls on the selected hosts.
Illustrations Copious line drawings and 4 colour plates.
Identify With x8 or x10 hand lens (also useful to examine under a Stereo Microscope).

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