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The genus Garuga (family Burseraceae) comprises four species from South-East Asia and the South Pacific. The generic name Garuga is derived from...


Rhodomyrtus tomentosa, an attractive member of the Myrtaceae family with densely tomentose leaves and showy rose-pink flowers, is...


B. candida is a perennial shrub widely introduced as an ornamental in tropical and subtropical regions of the world that has escaped...

Cover for Hypogeococcus pungens (cactus mealybug)

The mealybug Hypogeococcus pungens is native to South America. It was first used as a biological control agent of invasive...


Ardisia crenata is an evergreen shrub, native to east and southeast Asia and parts of India, which grows as an understorey forest...


A. baselloides is an invasive succulent vine capable of smothering and destroying native vegetation. Currently, this species is...


Chukrasia tabularis is the sole member of the genus Chukrasia (family Meliaceae).The taxonomy and nomenclatural history of...

Cover for Chrysomphalus aonidum (circular scale)

The most important crop damaged by C. aonidum is citrus: damage has been recorded in the USA (Florida, Texas), Brazil, Mexico, Cuba, Puerto Rico,...


The genus Azadirachta (family Meliaceae) has often been confused with the genus Melia, however they can easily be distinguished. Azadirachta has...


R. armeniacus is a perennial shrub native to Armenia. It was introduced outside of its native range as a cultivated crop for the...

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