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Aleurites moluccanus

A. moluccanus, native to the Indo-Malaya region, is a distinctive medium-sized tree, recognisable by its silvery green leaves. It...

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Halyomorpha halys

Following the accidental introduction and initial discovery of H. halys in Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA, this species has been...

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Plasmopara halstedii

As the majority, if not all, of systemically infected plants either die prematurely or hardly produce viable seed, they make no contribution to...

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Puccinia kuehnii

P. kuehnii is easily spread by wind and wind-blown rain. The recent detection and severe incidence of the disease in central Queensland crops...

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Potato spindle tuber viroid

Several reports attribute losses in potato yield to infection by PSTVd. Le Clerg et al. (1944) determined the effect of different amounts of...

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Ardisia crenata

Ardisia crenata is an evergreen shrub, native to parts of Asia, which grows as an understorey forest species. It has attractive red...

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Caesalpinia pulcherrima

C. pulcherrima is a fast-growing shrub or small tree in the legume family. It is listed as ‘naturalised’,...

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Drosophila suzukii

The fruit fly D. suzukii is a fruit crop pest and is a serious economic threat to soft summer fruit. A polyphagous pest, it infests...

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Helicoverpa armigera

IntroductionH. armigera, like its close relatives H. zea and Heliothis virescens in the New World, is a pest of major importance in...

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Maize lethal necrosis disease

The experimental host range is restricted to the Poaceae with maize as the main a natural host (Gordon et al., 1984). The following species...

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