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Cover for Candidatus Phytoplasma palmae (lethal yellowing of coconut)

The Atlantic tall, the most prevalent coconut ecotype throughout the Caribbean region and Atlantic coast of the Americas (Harries, 1978a), is highly...

Cover for Lepidium latifolium (perennial pepperweed)

L. latifolium is an erect, branching perennial native to southern Europe and western Asia. It was accidentally introduced into countries outside of...

Cover for Plantago asiatica mosaic virus

PlAMV was first described from the wild/weedy plant Plantago asiatica in the Russian Far East, and a Nandina mosaic isolate from cultivated Nandina...

Cover for Euphorbia esula (leafy spurge)

Leafy spurge, an accidentally introduced native species of Eurasia, is a perennial weed that is now an established invader of numerous North American...

Cover for Euglandina rosea (rosy predator snail)

EggsThe eggs are oval, 4.25 mm long and 3-3.25 mm wide. The eggshell is rough-surfaced, quite porous, brittle and hard. The young must rasp an...

Cover for Fallopia japonica (Japanese knotweed)

F. japonica is an extremely invasive weed despite its lack of extensive sexual reproduction in most of its introduced range. It is included on...

Cover for Lonicera japonica (Japanese honeysuckle)

L. japonica is a perennial woody climber vine, twining or clambering, much branched, 5-8 m in length. Stems strong, flexible, cylindrical, pilose,...


L. leucocephala subsp. leucocephala is an aggressive colonizer of ruderal sites and secondary or disturbed vegetation both in Mexico, in the Yucatán...

Cover for Elaeagnus angustifolia (Russian olive)

E. angustifolia is a tall shrub or small tree up to 15 m tall and 100 cm in diameter, with a dense, rounded crown, olive-shaped fruit and long...

Cover for Lymantria dispar (gypsy moth)

The gypsy moth is likely to ultimately occupy virtually all portions of the temperate world where oaks and other suitable host plants occur....

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