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Colletotrichum truncatum

Anthracnose was first reported on soyabeans in Korea in 1917. The disease is widespread in temperate soyabean production zones but causes minor...

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Colletotrichum capsici

Causes serious disease problems in India on various hosts, especially Capsicum annuum and Piper betle (up to 35% loss has been reported; Maiti and...

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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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Leucaspis pusilla

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Aceria guerreronis

The coconut mite, Aceria guerreronis, is considered the most important pest of coconuts in the Americas, Africa and most recently in...

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Alternaria alternata

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Cassytha filiformis

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Thanatephorus cucumeris

Introduction T. cucumeris is a pathogen with a worldwide distribution and in Japan alone T. cucumeris...

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Cochliobolus hawaiiensis

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Colletotrichum dematium

Colletotrichum dematium has a wide host range (Agarwal et al., 2004). See Seedborne...

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