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Cover for Neolecanium cornuparvum (magnolia scale)

Magnolia scale, Neolecanium cornuparvum, is a scale insect that is native to the eastern USA, where it is a widely distributed pest...

Cover for Olea europaea subsp. europaea (European olive)

O. europaea subsp. europaea, the cultivated olive, is native to Africa and temperate Asia as well as southern Europe. It...

Cover for Thaumetopoea processionea (oak processionary moth)

T. processionea, commonly known as the oak processionary moth, is a major pest in many European countries and threatens the health...

Cover for Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum (zebra chip)

Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum (Lso) is a phloem-limited, Gram-negative, unculturable bacterium that is primarily spread by...

Cover for Dacus ciliatus (lesser pumpkin fly)

D. ciliatus is a major pest of a wide range of Cucurbitaceae in Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Adult flight and fruit transport...

Cover for Bactrocera cucurbitae (melon fly)

Considered native to India, B. cucurbitae, the melon fly, is now found in more than 40 countries. The potential risk of its introduction...

Cover for Bactrocera dorsalis (Oriental fruit fly)

Bactrocera dorsalis is a highly invasive species. Native to Asia, Oriental fruit fly is now found in at least 65 countries,...

Cover for Bactrocera oleae (olive fruit fly)

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

Cover for Bactrocera tryoni (Queensland fruit fly)

B. tryoni, the Queensland fruit fly, is the most costly horticultural pest in Australia and has invaded several countries in the...

Cover for Pilosella caespitosa (yellow hawkweed)

P. caespitosa is a stoloniferous rosette plant which has spread rapidly to exotic locations outside its native range, namely to...

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