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Species Horisme intestinata - Brown Bark Carpet - Hodges#7445

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Pitkin B., Ellis W., Plant C., Edmunds R. (2007-) The leaf and stem mines of British flies and other insects
[cite:771386]

British leafminers
[cite:770372]

excellent [though all but anonymous] resource, with mines of >500 miner spp. illustrated with quality photos; dozens of the covered spp. have made it to the New World already, and many more genera are native on both sides of the Atlantic.
the modesty of the creators of this site is excessive; apparently, the coordinators to be credited for the hard job are listed here, with the main guy at the bottom (because he's from the south)

U. of Kentucky College of Agriculture: ENTfacts
[cite:767369]

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County -- Horticulture leaflets
[cite:767367]

Funk W. (2007-2013) Insekten-Box
[cite:744566]
profiles of >2000 spp. from Europe
Jump to: Odonata | Orthoptera | Auchenorhyncha | Heteroptera adultsnymphs | Diptera |

Clemson University Insect Fact Sheets
[cite:741939]

Pilon et al. (1988-2015) Entomofaune du Québec
[cite:732061]
great resource, period -- put together and maintained by our own Claude Pilon
focuses primarily on Hemiptera, but also covers Odonata and ants

Frank J.H., Thomas M.C. (2013) Invasive insects (adventive pest insects) in Florida
[cite:622586]

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