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Cover for Puccinia arachidis (groundnut leaf rust)

Groundnut rust is now of considerable economic importance in many major groundnut-growing regions of the world. Rust causes serious damage to...

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Ceratitis quinaria has a disjunct distribution, being found in West Africa, countries surrounding the Red Sea, eastern and southern Africa. It has an...

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Colonies of P. marginatus excrete honeydew, which coats nearby plant surfaces. Fouling of plant leaves by honeydew and sooty mould blocks out air and...

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Cover for Cydalima perspectalis (box tree moth)

The box tree moth, Cydalima perspectalis, is native to East Asia (Inoue et al., 1982). It was first recorded in Europe in 2007, in southwest Germany...

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Cover for Origanum majorana (sweet marjoram)

Marjoram is a perennial, aromatic herb of the mint family often grown as an annual, 30–60 cm in height, with short stalked, greyish-green leaves,...

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Cover for Plantago asiatica mosaic virus

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

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Cover for Banana bunchy top virus (bunchy top of banana)

In the Musaceae, BBTV is known to infect a range of Musa species, cultivars in the Eumusa (derived mainly from M. acuminata and M. acuminata x M....

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Cover for Merremia umbellata (hogvine)

M. umbellata is a climbing weed widely distributed in tropical regions throughout the world. It is one of the commonest and most widespread species...

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Cover for Raoiella indica (red palm mite)

R. indica was first described in India in 1924 (Hirst) and has since been reported in several Old World countries. The species became of recent...

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V. oxycoccus is small, creeping shrub; stems very slender, 15–50 cm long, 0.2–1 mm thick, glabrous to finely hairy. Leaves evergreen, alternate,...

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