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Following the latest government announcement concerning the current Covid-19 pandemic the Society headquarters at Mansion House has now closed.

Where possible emails will be monitored, any urgent enquiries should be forwarded to info@royensoc.co.uk

Membership applications will be put on hold until further notice.

Our "identify that insect" service will continue, but our Director of Science cannot accept any physical samples to inspect during this time. identifythatinsect@royensoc.co.uk

Our Librarian will not have access to our collections from home, but will be happy to try and locate references available to download from the internet. val@royensoc.co.uk

All events and meetings have been cancelled until further notice https://www.royensoc.co.uk/events

We hope that everyone stays well and we hope that normal business can resume soon for everyone, thank you for your understanding during this difficult time that the world finds itself in.

Kirsty Whiteford - Registrar

Aphids - Aphidinae (Macrosiphini)

RES Handbooks for the identifictaion of British Insects. Volume 2 part 7.

Roger L. Blackman, 2010, 414pp.

The Macrosiphini are the predominant group of aphids on herbaceous plants in Britain, and the world. There are 305 British species and subspecies, comprising 49% of the 620 Aphididae on the British list. They include many important pest species, some of which are highly polyphagous, but there are also very many more species feeding more-or-less specifically on indigenous and naturalised plants and playing a significant role in natural food chains. This Handbook provides a checklist and a list of native host plants, along with keys to tribes, genera and species. Biological information is provided about each species, and morphological features of almost all of the species can be examined in greater detail on the accompanying CD.

£40.00

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