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V. marina is a salt tolerant, yellow flowered legume with a scrambling and vining habit. It typically grows on beaches and dunes...

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Cover for Fallopia convolvulus (black bindweed)

F. convolvulus is a weedy species of gardens, cultivated fields, open habitats, orchards, non-crop areas, waste areas, and disturbed...

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No effect of D. helianthi on wild Helianthus spp. in North America has been documented. Though the fungus could be said to have invaded Europe, its...

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Cover for Dryocosmus kuriphilus (Oriental chestnut gall wasp)

By attacking the vegetative buds and forming a gall, D. kuriphilus disrupts twig growth and reduces fruiting. Commercial growers may expect yield...

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Cover for Ferrisia virgata (striped mealybug)

Ferrisia virgata is a highly polyphagous mealybug. It reproduces quite rapidly in tropical conditions, but it tolerates subtropical...

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This virus has been widely introduced into areas of the South Pacific and Indian Ocean where it was not endemic, in order to control the beetle...

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Cover for rabbit haemorrhagic disease

Rabbit haemorrhagic disease (RHD) is a highly contagious and acute fatal hepatitis of wild and domestic European rabbits (Oryctolagus...

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Cover for Amatitlania nigrofasciata (convict cichlid)

A. nigrofasciata is a small, popular ornamental freshwater fish that is native to a number of countries in Central America. It...

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Cover for Cleome viscosa (Asian spiderflower)

C. viscosa is a fast-growing herb of humid and warm habitats. It is commonly found growing as a weed in disturbed sites, gardens,...

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C. indicum is a deciduous climbing plant native to Asia and possibly tropical Africa where it is abundant, but the species is widely...

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