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Thrips tabaci

Feeding by T. tabaci, and its by-products, and fouling of plant surfaces, are the main problems associated with crop losses. Young plants are...

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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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Ceratitis capitata

C. capitata is a highly invasive species. It has a high dispersive ability, a very large host range and a tolerance of both natural...

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Lasiodiplodia theobromae

L. theobromae affects a very wide range of crops (see Host Range), particularly at the postharvest stage. As such rots are caused by...

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Verticillium dahliae

IntroductionV. dahliae affects many important crops worldwide and causes economically significant losses in many countries. History...

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Ceratocystis paradoxa

SugarcaneThe pathogen attacks setts in the soil and causes considerable damage, especially when conditions for germination and subsequent...

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Cover for Plocaederus obesus

Plocaederus obesus

P. obesus was recorded by Gressitt (1942) as seriously injuring living Dracontomelon dao in southern China. Beeson and...

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Alternaria alternata

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Parasaissetia nigra

P. nigra is a minor pest of many agriculturally important plants. In the past, it has caused major concern on: coffee in Africa, India, Sri Lanka,...

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Cassia grandis

C. grandis is an element of lowland and riparian, semideciduous forests, occurring naturally from Mexico to South America. The species is usually...

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