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Cover for Mononychellus tanajoa (cassava green mite)

The cassava green mite, M. tanajoa, is of Neotropical origin but was accidentally introduced to Africa in 1971 (Nyiira, 1972). By...

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Cover for Citrus leprosis virus C (leprosis of citrus)

CiLV-C is a quarantine pest which causes an economically important disease, reported only on the American continent. During the...

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Cover for Strawberry vein banding virus (vein banding of strawberry)

Fruit yield and size are affected and runner production reduced. In combination with strawberry latent C disease, SVBV reduced yield by 17%...

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Cover for Iris yellow spot virus (iris yellow spot)

In 1981, de Avila et al. (1981) described a disease characterized by chlorotic and necrotic, eye-like or diamond-shaped lesions on onion...

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Cover for Rudbeckia laciniata (cutleaf coneflower)

R. laciniata is a perennial plant native to central and eastern North America that has been introduced around the world for...

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Cover for Melinis repens (natal redtop)

Melinis repens, commonly known as Natal grass, is a short-lived perennial...

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P. quadrifida is a succulent, annual, mat-forming species that it is native to Africa and tropical Asia. It has been introduced into...

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Cover for Coptotermes formosanus (Formosan subterranean termite)

C. formosanus is often transported by boats and shipping containers to port cities before being carried further inland via landscape...

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Cover for Taeniatherum caput-medusae (medusahead wildrye)

T. caput-medusae is a self-pollinating, annual grass. It is originally from the Mediterranean region, occurring eastwards in Asia to...

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Persicaria wallichii is a shrubby perennial herb that originates from the temperate, western regions of Asia and the Indian...

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