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Observed: 20th November 2009 By: RHoman
Added: 23rd November 2009
Leaf mine of Cameraria gaultheria in Gaultheria shallon. The leaf was part of a bunch of flowers bought in Cheltenham, Glos., and came via a Dutch wholesaler, probably originally from the NW Pacific region of N America. Florists know the plant as salal or shallon and it is widely used for winter "greenery".