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Cover for Ceratitis capitata (Mediterranean fruit fly)

C. capitata is a highly invasive species. It has a high dispersive ability, a very large host range and a tolerance of both natural and cultivated...


Herbs succulent. Stems short, suckering freely to form dense clumps. Leaves sub-basal, slightly distichous in seedlings and new shoots, erect, pale...

Cover for Pseudomonas syringae pv. actinidiae (bacterial canker of kiwifruit)

Bacterial canker of kiwifruit, caused by Pseudomonas syringae pv. actinidiae (Psa), is a serious threat to kiwifruit production worldwide. At least...

Cover for Hylocereus undatus (dragon fruit)

H. undatus is a fast growing, epiphytic or xerophytic, vine-like cactus. Stems are triangular, 3-sided, although sometimes 4- or 5-sided, green,...


Dovyalis caffra is a dioecious shrub or small, evergreen tree, usually 3-5 m in height with a many-branched crown. The smooth bark is grey on young...


Modified from Webb et al. (1988):R. multiflora is a scrambling shrub or liane, more or less deciduous; stems often long and climbing to about 6 m...


D. erecta is a sprawling or vine-like tender evergreen shrub or small tree, growing up to 7 m tall and spreading to an equal width (Munir, 1995;...

Cover for Myriophyllum aquaticum (parrot's feather)

M. aquaticum (parrot-feather) is an invasive submerged/ emergent aquatic weed characteristic of sub-tropical to warm-temperate regions, but found as...


P. suberosa is a herbaceous vine that clings to other vegetation by means of tendrils. The striated angled stems are glabrous or pubescent with corky...

Cover for Tamarix ramosissima (saltcedar)

T. ramosissima possesses numerous inherent physiological characteristics that make it adapted to natural or modified riparian ecosystems and make it...

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