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RHS project team Andrew Salisbury, RHS Partners Horticultural Development Company, Rothamsted Research and Imperial College London Start date 30/01/2005 11:37:20 End date 30/01/2008 11:37:24 Keywords Lily beetle, Lilioceris lilii , host range, Lilium , lilies, risk assessment, chemical ecology, odour-mediated, behaviour
Susceptibility of six Lilium to damage by the lily beetle, Lilioceris lilii (Coleoptera; Chrysomelidae...
Gardeners' enthusiasm in reporting the presence of lily beetle and other non-native insects in gardens is amazing, so a big "thank you" is due to everyone who takes part in our surveys...In 2008 I had just completed a PhD on the host range and chemical ecology of the lily beetle and was looking for new projects
RHS project team Dr Andrew Salisbury, RHS Partners UK gardeners and the National Biodiversity Network (NBN) Start date 02/01/2008 00:00:00 Keywords Lily beetle, red lily beetle, scarlet lily beetle, Lilioceris lilii, hemerocallis gall midge, day lily gall midge, Contarinia quinquenotata , Berberis sawfly, Arge berberidis , rosemary beetle, Chrysolina americana , box tree caterpillar, box tree moth, Cydalima perspectalis , invasive non-native pests, web survey, citizen science
beetle...beetle...The project will provide gardeners with the robust, evidence based information they?ll need to confidently take on slugs and snails
He has had a lifelong interest in insects and completed a PhD at Imperial College London on the host range and chemical ecology of the lily beetle...He has partnered with Coventry University, Garden Organic and the Bumblebee Conservation Trust to obtain Heritage Lottery funding for a project to investigate ?Blooms for Bees...
Over the years, RHS scientists have worked on many key projects , including a treatment for Narcissus eelworm, the first biological control of glasshouse whitefly using parasitic wasps and, more recently, research into box blight and lily beetle...
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