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B. pilularis, commonly known as coyote brush, is an evergreen shrub native to select coastal areas of the USA (Oregon,...

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Although yews (DeNitto and Kleijunis, 1991; Murray and Hansen, 1997) and other cedar species (Green et al., 2013) are sometimes killed by...

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Cover for Xylosandrus crassiusculus (Asian ambrosia beetle)

X. crassiusculus should be considered a high-risk quarantine pest; most of the species in Xyleborus and related genera should be considered...

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The introduction of M. medusae into the southern hemisphere resulted in the invasive spread of the pathogen and its hybridization with another...

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Cover for Monochamus alternatus (Japanese pine sawyer)

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

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Cover for Phytophthora ramorum (sudden oak death (SOD))

Phytophthora ramorum is considered an invasive species due to its ability to spread, persist, and reproduce in new environments. Its...

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Cover for Spodoptera eridania (southern armyworm)

S. eridania is usually only a minor pest on most crops in the New World, but occasionally serious infestations occur. It is most damaging on tomato...

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Cover for Radopholus similis (burrowing nematode)

Bananas and PlantainsIt is uncommon for bananas to be parasitized by monospecific nematode populations and the relative importance...

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Cover for Scirtothrips dorsalis (chilli thrips)

Chillies suffer badly through heavy infestation by S. dorsalis of the tender shoot, buds and flowers. S. dorsalis is responsible for leaf curl...

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The loss caused by S. conigerum has not been quantified. The timber loses weight and the market value is drastically reduced, and in severe cases...

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