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Cover for Ligustrum obtusifolium (border privet)

L. obtusifolium is a deciduous shrub native to Japan, China and Korea. It has been introduced widely into the USA where it has...

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Cover for Tuta absoluta

Following its introduction into Europe, North Africa and the Middle East, T. absoluta has already caused extensive economic damage....

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Cover for Liriomyza sativae (vegetable leaf miner)

L. sativae is the most serious of the agromyzid pests, causing severe damage and loss of yield in many of the southern states of America,...

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Cover for Hypogeococcus pungens (cactus mealybug)

The mealybug Hypogeococcus pungens is native to South America. It was first used as a biological control agent of invasive...

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Carex kobomugi, commonly known as Asiatic sand sedge, is locally dominant in sand dunes in its native range in Taiwan, Korea, Japan,...

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Ventenata dubia is an annual grass native to Europe and North Africa. It is shallow-rooted, with narrow leaf blades, and has been...

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Cover for Salvia occidentalis (West Indian sage)

Salvia occidentalis, commonly known as West Indian sage, is an annual or perennial herb native to Central America. It grows in...

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Cover for Trioceros jacksonii (Jackson’s chameleon)

T. jacksonii is an arboreal lizard native to Kenya and Tanzania that has been introduced via the pet trade to the US states of...

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Cover for Rhodomyrtus tomentosa (Downy rose-myrtle)

Rhodomyrtus tomentosa, an attractive member of the Myrtaceae family with densely tomentose leaves and showy rose-pink flowers, is...

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Cover for Brugmansia candida (angel's trumpet)

B. candida is a perennial shrub widely introduced as an ornamental in tropical and subtropical regions of the world that has escaped...

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