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Cover for Alectra vogelii

A. vogelii is an annual parasitic weed of...

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Cover for Fallopia x bohemica

It is generally an under-recorded component of the knotweed populations. It occupies the same sorts of habitat as Japanese knotweed (F....

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Cover for Arthurdendyus triangulatus

A. triangulatus is a free-living terrestrial flatworm. Native to New Zealand, it was found outside its natural habitat in Belfast,...

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R. fistulosa is a broad-leaved, annual, facultative hemi-parasitic forb species very widespread in the wetlands of tropical Africa...

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Cover for Pelagia noctiluca

The jellyfish P. noctiluca can be considered ‘invasive’ as the periodic occurrence of extraordinary abundances in coastal waters occurs...

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Over recent decades P. verruculosa has not only increased in abundance in coastal waters of Japan, but has been found in tidal...

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Cover for Plum pox virus

Plum pox virus disease (Sharka) is one of the most destructive diseases of stone fruits. The causal agent, Plum pox virus (PPV) is easily...

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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 Blumeria graminis

Powdery mildew is one of the most common and destructive diseases of cereals. Actual losses depend on the time of disease epidemic onset and its...

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Cover for Phakopsora pachyrhizi

Estimated yield losses due to the rust infection were 15-40% in southern Japan and up to 70-80% in individual fields and 20-30% in the total crop...

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