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Anguillicoloides crassus was first described from Anguilla japonica and Anguilla anguilla in eel farms in Japan by...

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Philornis downsi

With regard to the Galapagos Islands, Philornis downsi was first found in nests of Darwin’s finches in 1997 (Fessl et al.,...

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Philornis downsi infestation

The genus Philornis contains approximately 50 species (Dudaniec and Kleindorfer, 2006) of flies whose larvae live in birds’...

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Tyto alba

T. alba was introduced to the Hawaiian Islands and Seychelles Islands to control invasive rat populations; it has also been...

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Chamaecrista nictitans

Chamaecrista nictitans is an annual leguminous herb which is widespread in the Neotropics as well as the southern and eastern USA....

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Indigofera hirsuta

I. hirsuta is an herbaceous legume native to Africa, tropical Asia, and parts of the Indian subcontinent and Australia (Duke 1981,...

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Anredera cordifolia

A. cordifolia is a succulent climbing plant native to South America that has proved to be very invasive in several countries where...

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Thunbergia alata

T. alata is an herbaceous vine, often cultivated as an ornamental, which has escaped and naturalized mostly in disturbed areas in...

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bovine theilerioses

The genus Theileria The theilerioses are tick-borne protozoan diseases of domestic animals caused by...

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Zingiber zerumbet

Z. zerumbet is listed as a naturalized ‘cultivation escape’ in the Global Compendium of Weeds (Randall, 2012). The...

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