Fig 1
DESCRIPTION: The mite responsible for these galls is rarely seen however the tight rolls along the edge of the host plant’s leaves can be frequently found with a little effort.  The rolls are 1 to 2mm wide and can affect part or all of the leaf margin.  The inside of the roll is hairy and contains several mites. DISTRIBUTION: Widespread throughout Britain but with less records than expected. HABITAT: On the leaves species of Lime.   

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