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2 Possible Causes for (Tringa, Lesser, Yellowlegs, flavipes)

  • Pteridium

    The compound leaf has an irregular structure; it is mostly bipinnate-pinnatifid and, to a lesser extent, tripinnate-pinnatifid.[illinoiswildflowers.info] In New South Wales it is found on the north, central and southern coastal areas, the tablelands and, to a lesser extent, the slopes. How does it spread?[weeds.dpi.nsw.gov.au] Other insects that feed on this fern include larvae of the sawfly Aneugmenus flavipes , larvae of the sawfly Strongylogaster multicincta , the aphid Macrosiphum ptericolens[illinoiswildflowers.info]

    Missing: (Tringa Yellowlegs
  • Arthropod Sting

    […] toe Nonvenomous insect bite of right lesser toe with infection Nonvenomous insect bite of right little finger Nonvenomous insect bite of right little finger with infection[icd10data.com] In New Zealand, it may be due to the larvae of Anthrenus scrophulariae, A. verbasci, A. flavipes or Attagenus mezatoma.[dermnetnz.org] Cases of injuries caused by the venom of S. domesticus and, to a much lesser extent, Sclerodermus brevicornis have been previously reported in Italy, including at least 25[jvat.biomedcentral.com] […] insect bite of left index finger with infection Nonvenomous insect bite of left knee Nonvenomous insect bite of left knee with infection Nonvenomous insect bite of left lesser[icd10data.com]

    Missing: (Tringa Yellowlegs