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The Chrysanthemum Midge in Northern Ireland


, : The Chrysanthemum Midge in Northern Ireland. Agric. Progr, Shrewsbury, 16: pt. 2, 202-206

Identification of specimens received in December 1937 confirmed the presence of the chrysanthemum midge on chrysanthemums in glasshouses in a nursery in the Sydenham district of Belfast. It had not previously been recorded in Northern Ireland, and was found to have been introduced with cuttings from a nursery in Chichester (Sussex), where it had been observed in January 1937 on plants imported in 1935 from the United States.

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