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A map of Phylloxera in the Caucasus from 1889


I could not resist posting one more Phylloxera map, this time from the Caucasus.  I have no idea what anything means but I suspect the green areas are those of cultivation and the three types of red dots represent the state of the Phylloxera infection.  Perhaps because of mountainous terrain some areas are not infected.  If you click on the map you will be taken to Flickr where you may zoom in.

კავკასიის სავენახოთა რუკა ფილოქსერულ დაავადებათა პუნქტების მითითებით//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js


[1] Caucasus Vineyard Map with the Points of Phylloxera Disease. Image from the National Archives of Georgia hosted on Flickr.

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