Ultrastructure of Garden Rose Flower Thrips in West Bengal, India. Like all flowers especially those having fragrance, garden rose flowers are usually attacked and damaged by a group of insects commonly called 'thrips'. The small size of thrips, their large numbers, capacity for flight and wind dispersal, wide host ranges, poorly understood life histories and probable potential for pesticide resistance emphasizes the development of control strategies. In India, specially in West Bengal the thysanopteran ultrastructure works are really wanting. Therefore, this book insights detailed light and scanning electron microscopic analysis of a thrips species Thrips hawaiiensis Morgan, 1913 infesting garden rose flower Rosa “Bonfire” in Chinsurah, West Bengal, India in addition to its elemaental microanalysis (EDAX). This has shown enough potentiality with respect to its body structures to put itself as a pest of the studied flower plant Rosa sp.