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B. frutescens, is a short-statured Neotropical tree native to much of Central and South America and the West Indies, described as a...

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Cover for Monochamus galloprovincialis (pine sawyer)

M. galloprovincialis has been detected during phytosanitary inspections of consignments of timber traded internationally (Tsankov,...

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Cover for Bactrocera tryoni (Queensland fruit fly)

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 Apiosporina morbosa (black knot)

A low incidence of knots that may have been overlooked during the winter pruning could induce as many as 400 knots/tree within one season (Koch,...

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Cover for Apiognomonia errabunda (anthracnose)

A. errabunda and A. quercina are invasive species both in Europe and the USA for the following reasons: the pathogen has a three-way survival...

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P. pallida is a very important species in areas of its native range, notably in northern Peru, where it is a valuable source of wood...

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Cover for Alternaria porri (purple blotch)

Disease caused by A. porri is most severe in areas with hot, humid climates (Miller and Lacy, 1995). In south Texas, USA, purple blotch causes...

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Comments concerning the damage caused by species of Amblypelta from various regions all note that damage seems to be far in excess of what might be...

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A. abietis can be invasive even in countries where is it is probably native, e.g. in Germany (Thalenhorst, 1974), Norway (Walberg, 1980) and...

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Cover for Anastrepha suspensa (Caribbean fruit fly)

A. suspensa is a pest of guava [Psidium guajava], grapefruit [Citrus x paradisi], and various other cultivated fruits. It...

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