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Cover for Coptotermes formosanus

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 Bactrocera oleae

B. oleae is considered the most important pest of cultivated olives, Olea europaea L., in many of the areas of the...

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Cover for Grapholita molesta

G. molesta is a serious pest of economic importance of commercial stone and pome fruits around the world. G. molesta...

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Cover for Leptinotarsa decemlineata

Colorado beetle principally attacks an introduced field crop grown as a monoculture, but not to an extent that has affected the area of the...

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Cover for Phyllocnistis citrella

P. citrella is a major pest of citrus, found in virtually all major citrus-producing areas. Heavy infestations can hinder the growth...

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Cover for Cortaderia jubata

C. jubata is a large tussock grass, native to South America, which has been introduced widely as an ornamental plant and to some...

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Cover for Cortaderia selloana

C. selloana (pampas grass) is an erect perennial, tussock grass, up to 2-4 m tall and 1-2 m wide. It has large (1-3 m), glaucous-green...

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Cover for Ceratocystis fimbriata

The literature suggests that introduced populations of C. fimbriata have thus far remained restricted to particular cultivated hosts. This is...

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Cover for Meloidogyne hapla

M. hapla attacks nearly all temperate vegetables of economic importance and is well known as being capable of causing considerable reductions in...

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Cover for Orobanche aegyptiaca

O. aegyptiaca is recorded by Holm et al. (1979) as a 'serious' or 'principal' weed in Afghanistan, Arabia, Iran, Jordan and Italy. It is certainly...

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