INSECTS and Plants

Vr. Richard Bejsak-Colloredo-Mansfeld ricardo at ANS.COM.AU
Tue Jun 18 08:14:54 CDT 2002


my dear colleagues,
Please be so kind and help me to create new pages on my website
www.coleoptera.org dedicated to interaction between plants and beetles.

I am just reading gardeners handbooks ( I try to start my own garden) and
there is always some small chapter Butterflies and Bees attracting
bush/flowers but nothing for beetles.
I would like to know if there is plants attracting beetles.
Is there any difference between plants attracting bees, Lepidoptera and
coleoptera?

I would like to have entry on my website for different countries/zones
For example:
Europe   -   Crataegus oxyacantha Linaeus - bush (flowers)
(I remember when I have been young and collected beetles accompanied with my
friend Zdenek Svec, we always catch good and interesting beetles on the
Crataegus..)

Keep care and be of good cheer

Regards

(name) Vratislav Richard Eugene Maria John Baptist
(surname) of Bejsak (Bayshark)-Colloredo-Mansfeld
(title) 84 duke of Siebenl├╝gner

websites:
http://www.coleoptera.org. and
http://www.egroups.com/group/coleoptera

University of Sydney
The Wentworth Bldg., B 62
NSW 2006
AUSTRALIA
phone  :  +61 414 540 465
email: vratislav at bigfoot.com
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