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Ips typographus

I. typographus is considered to be one of the most destructive insect pests of spruce trees (Picea spp.) in Europe (e.g. Grégoire and...

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Eucalyptus benthamii

Eucalyptus benthamii is a medium-sized to tall forest tree, 15 m to 40 m in height and with d.b.h. ranging from 0.4 m to 1.9 m. Bark is smooth,...

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Arundo donax

A. donax has played an important role in the culture of the western world through its influence on the development of music, which...

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Quercus canariensis

Q. canariensis is a handsome, large deciduous tree, reaching up to 30 m tall, with a large canopy. Bark is very dark grey, deeply fissured; leaves...

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Artocarpus altilis

A. altilis (breadfruit) is a multipurpose tree that is primarily valued for its highly nutritious, high-carbohydrate fruit. The...

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Caesalpinia pulcherrima

C. pulcherrima is a fast-growing shrub or small tree in the legume family. It is listed as ‘naturalised’,...

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Alternaria alternata

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Colletotrichum acutatum

The disease is significant worldwide on strawberry (on which it is considered the second most important pathogen after Botrytis cinerea), and...

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Cherry necrotic rusty mottle virus

Some cultivars of cherry are severely affected by CNRMV which may cause significant yield losses, tree decline, increased susceptibility to frost...

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Cherry green ring mottle virus

The virus can cause significant losses in some commercial sour cherry cultivars (e.g., Montmorency). Infected fruits are bitter and off-flavour,...

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