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Perennial herbaceous plant or shrub, up to 2 m tall, but may reach 4 m. Stems stout, terete, glabrous or hispid. Leaves broad 10–40 cm long,...

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Cover for Tilletia indica (Karnal bunt of wheat)

T. indica is the fungal pathogen causing Karnal bunt of wheat seeds. Its distribution is mainly limited to northwest India and adjoining...

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Cover for Pterocarpus indicus (red sandalwood)

The following description is from the Flora of China (Flora of China Editorial Committee, 2017):Tree, 15-25 m tall. Bark greyish. Leaves 15-30 cm;...

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Datasheet Type(s): Natural Enemy

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Datasheet Type(s): Natural Enemy

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Cover for Sitophilus oryzae (lesser grain weevil)

IntroductionS. oryzae is universally regarded as one of the most destructive primary pests of stored cereals such as barley, maize, rice and wheat....

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Cover for Pinus resinosa (red pine)

Habit, size and stem formP. resinosa is a medium-sized tree, typically attaining heights of 22-30 m, depending upon site factors, and diameters of...

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Cover for Albizia julibrissin (silk tree)

A. julibrissin is a deciduous, fast-growing tree (sprouts can grow more than 1 m in a vegetative season) from 6 to 12 m high. It has a straight stem...

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Cover for Dendroctonus ponderosae (black hills beetle)

This insect has not yet appeared outside its geographic range, therefore it can only be considered as potentially invasive.

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Datasheet Type(s): Pest

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