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Cover for Lygodium microphyllum (old world climbing fern)

L. microphyllum is a species of climbing fern native to large parts of tropical and subtropical Africa, Asia and Oceania. This...

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Neonotonia wightii is a twining or prostrate perennial climbing herb, often becoming woody at the base. It occurs in grassland,...

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Cover for Didymosphenia geminata (didymo)

Didymosphenia geminata is a microscopic freshwater diatom which is widespread in Asia, Europe and North America. A pattern of...

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B. hutchinsii has been introduced to several countries but has not yet been recorded forming breeding populations that are separate from...

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Cover for Diabrotica virgifera virgifera (western corn rootworm)

D. virgifera virgifera is thought to originate from Central America (Krysan and Smith, 1987). In the twentieth century,...

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Heterodera goettingiana is a parasite of Fabaceae.Many cultivars of Pisum sativum are recorded as susceptible. In glasshouse trials P....

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Cover for Rhaponticum repens (Russian knapweed)

R. repens is a deep rooted perennial that is native to Eurasia. It was accidentally introduced into North America as a contaminant...

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Cover for Spodoptera frugiperda (fall armyworm)

The fall armyworm Spodoptera frugiperda is a Lepidpopteran pest that feeds in large numbers on leaves and stems of more than 80 plant...

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Cover for Meloidogyne javanica (sugarcane eelworm)

Difficulties of identification within the genus Meloidogyne (see Hartman and Sasser, 1985) and the frequent occurrence of mixed species populations...

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Cover for Pheidole megacephala (big-headed ant)

P. megacephala is highly invasive and can displace native ants, although the degree of invasiveness varies geographically. In Florida, USA it has a...

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