A species of plant that is present on campus in greater numbers this year is Black bindweed, Fallopia convolulus. It has appeared in quite large numbers behind the Agriculture Buildings and also around the Harborne Building.
Posted in Animals, Flowering Plants, Fungi, Insects, Plant Pathology Research Group, Plants, Polygonaceae
Tagged Diptera, Fallopia convolulus, Mycodiplosis, Puccinia polygoni-amphibii, rust
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