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Cover for Phytophthora cinnamomi

Phytophthora cinnamomi

P. cinnamomi is a soilborne pathogen that is now widely established in many parts of the world. Initial long-range spread is likely...

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Cover for Senna multijuga

Senna multijuga

S. multijuga, a tree native to the neotropics, ranges in size at maturity from 6-40 m, although more commonly it takes the form of a medium,...

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Cover for Alternaria alternata

Alternaria alternata

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Trialeurodes ricini

T. ricini is a serious pest of castor (Ricinus communis) in tropical regions of Africa and Asia (Mound and Halsey, 1978; Bink-Moenen, 1983; Vora et...

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Cover for Parasaissetia nigra

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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Boswellia papyrifera

B. papyrifera is a deciduous, gum-producing multipurpose perennial tree species growing in Sudanian and Sahelian regions of Africa. True...

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Cover for Botryotinia fuckeliana

Botryotinia fuckeliana

B. fuckeliana infects a very wide range of plants including field-grown crops such as grapes and greenhouse-grown vegetables, flowers and fruits....

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Cover for Caesalpinia decapetala

Caesalpinia decapetala

C. decapetala is an adaptable scrambling, very prickly shrub with showy sulfur-yellow flowers, and is very widely distributed in South and East...

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Anastrepha fraterculus

A. fraterculus has a broad host range, particularly in the family Myrtaceae, but it is also a pest of citrus and apples [Malus...

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Quercus canariensis

Q. canariensis is a handsome, large deciduous tree, reaching up to 30 m tall, with a large canopy. Bark is very dark grey, deeply fissured; leaves...

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