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Cover for Cydia pomonella (codling moth)

Crop losses caused by codling moth on pome fruits around the world are difficult to assess, as the methods used are often inadequate and not...

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Cover for Coccus hesperidum (brown soft scale)

C. hesperidum is generally not an important pest where there is a range of natural enemies but, even then, it can become a major problem if...

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Cover for Anomis sabulifera (jute semi-looper)

A. sabulifera has been regarded as an important pest of jute for many years (Lefroy, 1906, 1907; Woodhouse, 1913; Chowdhury, 1933; Patel and Ghosh,...

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Cover for Diabrotica virgifera virgifera (western corn rootworm)

D. virgifera virgifera is thought to originate from Central America (Krysan and Smith, 1987). In the twentieth century,...

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Cover for Diaprepes abbreviatus (citrus weevil)

D. abbreviatus is an insidious pest of citrus, sugarcane and other economic crops of subtropical and tropical areas of the USA and several...

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Cover for Heterodera goettingiana (pea cyst eelworm)

Heterodera goettingiana is a parasite of Fabaceae.Many cultivars of Pisum sativum are recorded as susceptible. In glasshouse trials P....

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Cover for Heterodera sacchari (sugarcane cyst nematode)

There is very little published information on crop yield losses caused by H. sacchari in the field, although Jerath (1968) reported that infected...

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Cover for Heterodera zeae (corn cyst nematode)

H. zeae is widely distributed in India, Pakistan and Egypt and is presently gaining more importance since its detection in the USA, where maize is...

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Cover for Rhaponticum repens (Russian knapweed)

R. repens is a deep rooted perennial that is native to Eurasia. It was accidentally introduced into North America as a contaminant...

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