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Guignardia citricarpa

Black spot has been present in Australia, South Africa and parts of Asia for many years (Kotze, 2000). Most of the losses in Australia and South...

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Cover for Corythucha ciliata

Corythucha ciliata

C. ciliata, the sycamore lace bug, is a highly invasive pest insect of plane (sycamore) trees (Platanus sp.). It is likely that...

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Cover for Dendroctonus rufipennis

Dendroctonus rufipennis

The spruce beetle is considered the most destructive insect pest of spruce forests in North America. This insect is normally present in small...

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Cover for Bactrocera xanthodes

Bactrocera xanthodes

Although B. xanthodes attacks a number of commercial fruits in several South Pacific islands, there is little documentary evidence that it is...

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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 Bactrocera tryoni

Bactrocera tryoni

B. tryoni, the Queensland fruit fly, is the most costly horticultural pest in Australia and has invaded several countries in the...

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Cover for Bactrocera zonata

Bactrocera zonata

Native to South and South-East Asia, B. zonata is now found in more than 20 countries. The potential risk of its introduction to a...

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Cover for Agrilus planipennis

Agrilus planipennis

The emerald ash borer, A. planipennis is an East Asian wood-boring beetle that is presently causing dramatic damage to ash...

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Cover for Botryotinia fuckeliana

Botryotinia fuckeliana

B. fuckeliana infects a very wide range of plants including field-grown crops such as grapes and greenhouse-grown vegetables, flowers and fruits....

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Cover for Lasiodiplodia theobromae

Lasiodiplodia theobromae

L. theobromae affects a very wide range of crops (see Host Range), particularly at the postharvest stage. As such rots are caused by...

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