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Cover for Abies grandis

Abies grandis

A. grandis (grand fir) is a fast-growing and very large fir of secondary and old-growth forests of western North America. It is a very productive...

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Cover for Abies concolor

Abies concolor

A. concolor is an important forest tree that forms stand dominants over large areas of montane forest habitats in the Sierra Nevada, Cascade Range,...

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Cover for Abies lasiocarpa

Abies lasiocarpa

A. lasiocarpa is the smallest of eight species of true fir indigenous to western North America. It is a common species in old growth, secondary...

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Cover for Elaeagnus angustifolia

Elaeagnus angustifolia

E. angustifolia is a tall shrub (up to 15 m and 1 m d.b.h.), with a dense, rounded crown, native to Europe and Asia and an important...

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Cover for Abies sachalinensis

Abies sachalinensis

A. sachalinensis forms pure stands within its natural distribution, and is one of the main species from which wood substances find wide industrial...

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Cover for Monilinia fructicola

Monilinia fructicola

M. fructicola causes severe losses on stone fruits (Prunus species), both before and after harvest. Heavy losses have been reported in North...

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Cover for Lymantria dispar

Lymantria dispar

The gypsy moth is likely to ultimately occupy virtually all portions of the temperate world where oaks and other hosts ocur. This means that the...

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Cover for Siphoninus phillyreae

Siphoninus phillyreae

Siphoninus phillyreae is a severe pest on pear and apple in Europe, often leading to high crop losses. On fruit trees, S. phillyreae may reach high...

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Cover for Abies balsamea

Abies balsamea

The more important of the two eastern North American true firs, A. balsamea is one of eight to ten fir species native to North America. It forms...

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Cover for Abies alba

Abies alba

A. alba is important in Europe from both an ecological and an historical point of view. It occurs naturally in mixed stands in montane forests,...

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