RHS Hemerocallis midge survey
The data set consists of records for Hemerocallis gall midge (Contarinia quinquenotata) for the UK gathered by the Royal Horticultural Society, from members of the Society and the general public.
Data are from 1989 onwards when the Hemerocallis gall midge was first reported as established in the UK.
The survey aims for UK and Ireland coverage, however there is bias towards South East England. This may be partially due to the location of a large proportion of Royal Horticultural Society members. The web form aims to reduce this bias. A majority of records after year 2000 are at 1km or better resolution. Many pre year 2000 records only have 10 km resolution.
Data have been collected as part of the surveying work of the Royal Horticultural Society to establish the distribution and spread of the Hemerocallis gall midge, an invasive garden pest of daylilies (Hemerocallis species and cultivars) , which became established in the UK in the late 1980s.
Data quality is good, but coverage pre May 2008 is predominantly limited to Royal Horticultural Society members.
Records have been verified by Andrew Halstead, Andrew Salisbury, Anna Platoni or Hayley Jones based on samples of damaged flower buds or descriptions and information (primarily host and description of damage) provided in the RHS Advisory Service enquiries or on the on-line form. Grid references are checked against site names.
From 1989 to May 2008 all records are via RHS Garden Advice Service. A majority of records post May 2008 are via the web based form.
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Looking up... the number of records that can be accessed through the NBN Atlas. This resource was last checked for updated data on 24 Apr 2018. The most recent data was published on 24 Apr 2018.Click to view records for the RHS Hemerocallis midge survey resource.
Metadata last updated on 2018-04-24 13:14:27.0