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bog myrtle (Myrica gale)
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Bucculatricidae
    Mine long, narrow and yellowish brown almost filled with black linear frass alongside the mid-rib, later the larvae leaves the mine and eats out windows from the under side of the leaf [8-9 Bucculatrix cidarella 272
     N.B. early mine can be confused with that of a Nepticulidae, but egg matt black and rough in appearance.

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