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A pest of bread fruit (Artocarpus altilis) and jackfruit (A. heterophyllus) (Yukawa,...
Boophilus ticks are small inornate ticks having a short and broad capitulum with rounded lateral margins. The basis of the capitulum...
Boophilus ticks are small inornate ticks with a short and broad capitulum with rounded lateral margins. The basis of the capitulum is...
Sophonia orientalis (two-spotted leafhopper)
S. orientalis proved to be highly invasive on the Hawaiian Islands, although its populations decreased eventually, probably because of the...
Euglandina rosea (rosy predator snail)
E. rosea has had a negative impact on native snail species in the countries into which it has been introduced. It has been responsible for the...
Cinara cupressi sensu lato (Cypress aphid)
At least one of the populations within C. cupressi sensu lato (Cinara cupressivora) is highly invasive, having become newly established on three...
Crocidosema plebejana (cotton tipworm)
There is some evidence that C. plebejana has been colonizing more northern areas in recent years, following long periods of naturalisation after...
Dendroctonus micans (great spruce bark beetle)
Within most of its natural range, D. micans normally occurs at low levels and causes little tree mortality. However, occasionally outbreaks do...
Eulachnus rileyi (pine needle aphid)
E. rileyi is relatively uncommon within its native geographic range and is not considered to be a pest. In areas where it has been introduced, it...
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