Rosemary Beetle Chrysolina americana - a new beetle record for Mid-west Yorkshire

Boyd, G.
April 2013
Naturalist (00280771);Apr2013, Vol. 138 Issue 1082, p49
Academic Journal
The article discusses research on Rosemary Beetle Chrysolina americana found in Mid-west Yorkshire, England. Topics discussed include presence of rounded beetle of medium size on a senescent flower spike of an ornamental plant in the mint family Agastache species, identification of the insect as Chrysolina americana, a member of the family Chrysomelidae called the Rosemary Beetle, and the source of the infestation of the beetle.


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