Fig 1

DESCRIPTION: The galls found on the host leaves come in the form of thick downturned pale curls that are caused by a sap sucking hemipteran bug. Within the galls are many pale pinky-green nymphs which are covered in a white sticky wax.  DISTRIBUTION: Well distributed throughout England but has the potential to appear wherever an appropriate host is found. HABITAT: Found on the leaves of various Laurus species.

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