Aculus xylostei is a mite that causes a leaf roll gall on the leaves of Honeysuckle. The leaves are affected by a narrow, tight roll, usually downwards, often reddish clearly thickened and causing crinkling of the leaf margin or a pleat parallel to the leaf margin. The roll is often lined with hairs containing mites.
On the leaves of Honeysuckle
When Honeysuckle is in leaf.
British status not known.
Status in Leicestershire and Rutland not known.
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