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Cover for Eucalyptus globulus (Tasmanian blue gum)

Eucalyptus globulus (Tasmanian blue gum)

Eucalyptus globulus varies from a multi-stemmed shrub on exposed sites to a very tall forest tree, 70-80 m tall, with a large open...

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Cover for Glycaspis brimblecombei (red gum lerp psyllid)

Glycaspis brimblecombei (red gum lerp psyllid)

Little had been published on the status of the red gum lerp psyllid until it was established in the state of California in the USA, where it has...

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Cover for Manilkara zapota (sapodilla)

Manilkara zapota (sapodilla)

M. zapota is an evergreen tree with a round dense crown, it is generally 5-20 m in height, although it may reach up to 40 m. It was originally...

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Cover for Alternaria alternata (alternaria leaf spot)
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Cherry leaf roll virus (walnut ringspot)

Seed transmission of CLRV is a threat to gene bank contamination. CLRV-contaminated vegetative propagation material and seeds are prone to...

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Brenneria nigrifluens (shallow bark canker)

Datasheet Type(s): Pest

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Cover for Ips duplicatus (double-spined bark beetle)

Ips duplicatus (double-spined bark beetle)

In Slovakia, I. duplicatus is considered to be invasive and a quarantine pest (Novotny and Zubrik, 2000). The spread of the beetle in this region...

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Phytophthora meadii (rubber leaf drop)

Leaf fall and bark rot of the tapping panel are the two phases of most importance in terms of crop loss, though their relative importance often...

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Cover for Pseudotheraptus wayi (coconut bug)

Pseudotheraptus wayi (coconut bug)

P. wayi is a serious pest in Kenya, Tanzania, and Zanzibar on coconut, but actual crop loss is difficult to assess, partly because of the natural...

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