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Cover for Trialeurodes vaporariorum (whitefly, greenhouse)

Whiteflies damage plants directly by sucking sap from leaves and indirectly by transmitting viruses and producing a sticky secretion known as...

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The exact origin of the MED species of Bemisia tabaci, and the reasons why it became such an important pest are still not fully...

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Cover for Agrostis capillaris (common bent)

Common bent, Agrostis capillaris, is a typical and often abundant species in grasslands on acidic or neutral soils. It is native and...

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Cover for Ardisia crenata (coral berry)

Ardisia crenata is an evergreen shrub, native to east and southeast Asia and parts of India, which grows as an understorey forest...

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Cover for Pseudococcus viburni (osbcure mealybug)

P. viburni, commonly known as obscure mealybug, is an unarmoured scale insect and a common pest in the UK, Netherlands, Australia,...

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Cover for Eleutherodactylus planirostris (greenhouse frog)

E. planirostris is a direct development frog native to Cuba, the Bahamas and the Cayman Islands. It has been introduced to countries...

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C. juncea is a herbaceous biennial or perennial plant native to parts of Western Europe, north Africa and central Asia. It was...

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Cover for Ulex europaeus (gorse)

U. europaeus was spread intentionally through most of the world in the 1800s and 1900s as a hedge plant, an ornamental and as a...

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Cover for Pomoxis nigromaculatus (black crappie)

The black crappie is a freshwater fish, which has been widely introduced as a game species throughout North America. It is omnivorous, and in...

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Sepedomerus macropus, commonly known as liverfluke snail predator fly, is a species of marsh fly, otherwise known as a snail-killing...

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