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Cover for Dinoderus minutus (bamboo borer)

Insects that cause damage to felled culm and finished products are probably the most common and serious pests in the Asian bamboo industry. Over 50...

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M. arboreus is widely grown as a garden ornamental, particularly in tropical and subtropical regions of the world. This species has...

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Trichothecium roseum has been found on the seeds of palak (Spinacia oleracea) (Pradeep et al., 2003), marigold (Chandel and Kaur, 2003),...

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C. peltata is an important pioneer species in its native range Americas following forest clearance. It has also been introduced into...

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Cover for Bactrocera dorsalis (Oriental fruit fly)

Bactrocera dorsalis is a highly invasive species. Native to Asia, Oriental fruit fly is now found in at least 65 countries,...

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Cover for Acacia angustissima (prairie acacia)

A. angustissima is a thornless shrub up to 4 m in height. This species is originally from Central America and tolerates a wide range...

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Cover for Acacia mearnsii (black wattle)

A fast-growing, nitrogen-fixing tree adapted to a wide range of sites from the temperate and subtropical lowlands to tropical highlands. It yields...

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Cover for Spodoptera frugiperda (fall armyworm)

S. frugiperda is found widely throughout the warmer parts of the New World, but is of variable importance. Locally severe infestations occur...

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Cover for Xylosandrus compactus (shot-hole borer)

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

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Cover for Xylosandrus morigerus (brown twig beetle)

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

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