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L. maackii is a species of honeysuckle native to East Asia and primarily invasive in central and eastern USA and in Ontario, Canada....

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N. domestica is a usually evergreen many-stemmed shrub, native to eastern Asia, which has been widely introduced around the world as...

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The larvae feed on Maesopsis eminii, Pinus patula, Vigna unguiculata, Allium cepa, Cajanus, Citrus...

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Cover for Xylella fastidiosa (Pierce's disease of grapevines)

Xylella fastidiosa has a wide plant host range and spectrum of insect species capable of serving as vectors which should...

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IntroductionThe root knot nematode species, M. incognita, is the most widespread and probably the most serious plant parasitic...

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Cover for Sclerotinia sclerotiorum (cottony soft rot)

IntroductionSclerotinia diseases may affect both yield and quality of crops; the range of crop losses can vary from 0 to100%...

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Cover for Selenothrips rubrocinctus (red-banded thrips)

Crop losses caused by S. rubrocinctus are difficult to asses and there have been few critical studies despite the importance of this pest on cocoa...

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B. californicus is considered as a serious pest of citrus trees, affecting the quality, quantity and size of fruits. Feeding causes...

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Cover for Cydalima perspectalis (box tree moth)

The box tree moth, Cydalima perspectalis, is native to East Asia (Inoue et al., 1982). It was first recorded in Europe in 2007, in...

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Cover for Phytophthora nicotianae (black shank)

Black shank occurs worldwide, but is most severe in warmer climates. Losses occur during all stages of development and can reach 100% in some...

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