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L. major is an aquatic, submerged plant that can grow in dense mats up to 2-3 m thick and cause many negative environmental and economic...

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Cover for Pseudaulacaspis pentagona

Crop losses caused by P. pentagona are difficult to assess. Trees lose vigour, and their lives are shortened. When P. pentagona becomes newly...

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Cover for Phytoplasma mali

AP is considered one of the most important phytoplasma diseases of apple (EPPO/CABI, 1997), particularly in the northern areas of southern Europe,...

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The disease is significant worldwide on strawberry (on which it is considered the second most important pathogen after Botrytis cinerea), and...

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Cover for Clavibacter michiganensis subsp. sepedonicus

Clavibacter michiganensis subsp. sepedonicus has the propensity to exist asymptomatically as latent infections in potato...

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Cover for 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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Cover for Hypothenemus hampei

The coffee berry borer is the most serious pest of coffee in many of the major coffee-producing countries. The scolytid beetle feeds on the...

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Cover for Agrilus planipennis

The emerald ash borer, A. planipennis is an East Asian wood-boring beetle that is presently causing dramatic damage to ash...

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Cover for Anastrepha ludens

A. ludens has a broad host range and is a major pest, especially of citrus and mango (Mangifera indica) in most parts of its...

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Cover for Ceratocystis fimbriata

The literature suggests that introduced populations of C. fimbriata have thus far remained restricted to particular cultivated hosts. This is...

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