The Garden Swift Moth (Hepialus lupu-linus), the Dot Moth (Mamestra persicarice), the Black Anthonomus {An-thonomus rubi), Rose Chafer (Cetonia aurata), Cock Chafer (Melolontha vulgaris), Summer Chafer (Rhizotrogus solstitialis), Raspberry Emphytus (Emphytus cinctus), Cane Gall Fly (Lasioptera rubi), Raspberry Aphides (Siphonophora rubi and S. chelidonii). [f. v. t.]

Crown Gall appears to be somewhat prevalent, and accounts for the wilting of the foliage for no apparent reason. The galls are often produced on the branches of the root. Described under "Loganberry".