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Cover for Pinus contorta

P. contorta is a fast-growing, short-lived conifer tree native to western North America. It has a very wide ecological tolerance and...

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C. altivelis was listed as ‘VU A4cd’ on the IUCN Red List in February 2007 after the workshop conducted by the IUCN Groupers and Wrasses...

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Cover for Glycaspis brimblecombei

Little had been published on the status of the red gum lerp psyllid until it was established in the state of California in the USA, where it has...

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Cover for Bemisia tabaci

B. tabaci and its biotypes are polyphagous and now attack many crops, but without significant impact on land use. Any effects on biodiversity would...

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Cover for Erodium cicutarium

E. cicutarium is a winter growing annual native to Europe, North Africa and temperature Asia. It has been introduced to North...

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Cover for Glechoma hederacea

G. hederacea is a low-growing perennial herb native to Europe and parts of Asia. Despite its inability to produce fruits, at least in...

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Cover for Hypochaeris radicata

H. radicata is a herbaceous perennial originally native to Morocco. It is a very successful colonizing species that is now present...

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Cover for Rhyzopertha dominica

R. dominica is a major pest of wheat (Flinn et al., 2004) and rice (Chanbang et al., 2008a,b) around the world. Both larvae and...

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Cover for Thaumetopoea processionea

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

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S. parvibracteata is a popular ornamental and hedge plant widely cultivated in tropical and subtropical regions of the world. It has...

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