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Cover for Micropterus dolomieu (smallmouth bass)

M. dolomieu is a freshwater fish belonging to the sunfish family (Centrarchidae). It was intentionally introduced into areas outside...

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Cover for Sporobolus pyramidatus (whorled dropseed)

S. pyramidatus is widespread in the Americas from much of the USA south through South America to Argentina, as well as the...

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Cover for Hemichromis letourneuxi (African jewelfish)

H. letourneuxi, is a small, popular ornamental freshwater fish from Africa that has become established in aquatic habitats in...

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Cover for Hemigrapsus takanoi

Hemigrapsus takanoi is a small crab native to the rocky coasts of northwest Pacific regions (Asakura and Watanabe, 2005). H....

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Cover for Hemigrapsus sanguineus (isogani)

H. sanguineus is a relatively small intertidal shore crab native to cobble/boulder coastlines in the western Pacific Ocean, from Hong...

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Cover for Drosophila suzukii (spotted wing drosophila)

The fruit fly D. suzukii is a fruit crop pest and is a serious economic threat to soft summer fruit. A polyphagous pest, it infests...

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Aminidehagui et al. (2006) noted that L. perfoliatum has allelopathic effects on the roots of lettuce (Lactuca...

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Cover for Datura innoxia (downy thorn apple)

D. innoxia is invasive in the Galapagos islands, New Caledonia, mainland China and Taiwan, and in South Africa and Namibia. It is...

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Cover for Flemingia strobilifera (wild hops)

F. strobilifera, more commonly known as wild hops, is an ornamental legume shrub native to South and Southeast Asia where...

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Cover for Dickeya solani (black leg disease of potato)

Dickeya solani is a bacterial pathogen of potato thought to have crossed from horticultural crops in Northern Europe in 2005-2006....

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