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Cover for Azolla filiculoides

A. filiculoides is a small fern native to the Americas which has spread widely throughout the world by a variety of mechanisms, of...

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Cover for Clerodendrum thomsoniae

C. thomsoniae is a vine which is native to western Africa but has been widely cultivated in tropics and subtropics around the world,...

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Cover for Corynocarpus laevigatus

Corynocarpus laevigatus, commonly known as karaka, is a small tree endemic to New Zealand and has so far been noted as weedy in two...

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Cover for Cichorium endivia

DescriptionAnnual, sometimes biennial herb containing bitter milky juice, producing a shortened stem with a rosette of large leaves when...

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Cover for Tetranychus urticae

T. urticae is a highly polyphagous, cosmopolitan species, which is readily spread on the wind. Under optimum conditions, it reaches a high...

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Cover for Streptopelia decaocto

S. decaocto, the Eurasian collared-dove, is a member of the dove and pigeon family (Columbidae), all of which are small to...

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Cover for Ondatra zibethicus

Ondatra zibethicus is an amphibious rodent which is native to North America but has been introduced for its fur to much of Europe,...

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Cover for Salvinia auriculata

S. auriculata is a productive free-floating aquatic fern native to South and Central America. It is capable of...

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Cover for Python molurus bivittatus

P. molurus bivittatus is established and invasive in southern Florida, USA, where it has probably been established for at least a...

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Cover for Hedychium gardnerianum

Native to the Eastern Himalayas, H. gardnerianum has been widely introduced as an ornamental in different regions of the world. It...

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