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Acacia hockii

A. hockii is a widespread acacia shrub or small tree found in moist savannah landscapes of sub-Saharan Africa. In East Africa...

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Glycaspis brimblecombei

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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Monochamus galloprovincialis

M. galloprovincialis has been detected during phytosanitary inspections of consignments of timber traded internationally (Tsankov, 1975), although...

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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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Thaumetopoea processionea

T. processionea, commonly known as the oak processionary moth, is a major pest in many countries and threatens the health of oak...

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Rosa multiflora

R. multiflora is a wild rose. It can form large, spreading, thorny thickets that can spread across grazing land and waste places,...

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Grapholita molesta

G. molesta is a serious pest of economic importance of commercial stone and pome fruits around the world. G. molesta...

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Coptotermes formosanus

C. formosanus is often transported by boats and shipping containers to port cities before being carried further inland via landscape...

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Monochamus alternatus

M. alternatus attacks 18 species of Pinus, three species of Picea, and one species each of Abies,...

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Ceratocystis fimbriata

The literature suggests that introduced populations of C. fimbriata have thus far remained restricted to particular cultivated hosts. This is...

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