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Cover for Bemisia tabaci

Bemisia tabaci

B. tabaci and its biotypes are polyphagous and now attack many crops, but without significant impact on land use. Any effects on biodiversity would...

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Cover for Coptotermes formosanus

Coptotermes formosanus

C. formosanus is often transported by boats and shipping containers to port cities before being carried further inland via landscape...

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Cover for Bactrocera oleae

Bactrocera oleae

B. oleae is considered the most important pest of cultivated olives, Olea europaea L., in many of the areas of the...

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Cover for Diatraea saccharalis

Diatraea saccharalis

D. saccharalis is generally considered to be a pest of substantial economic importance. The extent of economic losses may vary...

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Cover for Grapholita molesta

Grapholita molesta

G. molesta is a serious pest of economic importance of commercial stone and pome fruits around the world. G. molesta...

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Cover for Leptinotarsa decemlineata

Leptinotarsa decemlineata

Colorado beetle principally attacks an introduced field crop grown as a monoculture, but not to an extent that has affected the area of the...

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Cover for Phyllocnistis citrella

Phyllocnistis citrella

P. citrella is a major pest of citrus, found in virtually all major citrus-producing areas. Heavy infestations can hinder the growth...

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Cover for Plodia interpunctella

Plodia interpunctella

P. interpunctella may be the most commonly encountered stored product pest in the world. In many countries P....

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Cover for Rhopalosiphum padi

Rhopalosiphum padi

R. padi is a serious pest of cereals, causing direct feeding damage and transmitting viruses. Its pest status in...

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Riptortus

R. pedestris causes up to 54% reduction in lipid content in soybean seed (Bae et al., 2014) and 8% seed sterility in soybean in...

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