Suffolk Rosemary Leaf Beetle Survey

Have you seen the Rosemary Leaf Beetle on your lavender, thyme, rosemary or sage plants? This very striking looking beetle that feasts on the foliage and flowers of rosemary and other similar aromatic plants is on the increase in the UK. We would like to improve our understanding of just how widespread this species is in Suffolk so have created a recording page on our online recording service (SuffolkBRO). This publicly accessible recording form (you do not need to have an account) that asks the normal questions also asks when you saw your first adult beetle this year and what plant or plants you found it feeding on. Please help us by logging your sightings at http://www.suffolkbis.org.uk/rlbsurvey

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