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In Queensland, Australia, K. pinnata was ranked 47 of 200 invasive naturalized plants (Batianoff and Butler, 2002). In New South Wales, Australia,...

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L. camara is a highly variable ornamental shrub, native of the neotropics. It has been introduced to most of the tropics and subtropics as a hedge...

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Cover for Cupaniopsis anacardioides (carrotwood)

Within a relatively short period after introduction (20 to 30 years), C. anacardioides has escaped from cultivation and become an invasive plant in...

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Cover for Eichhornia crassipes (water hyacinth)

E. crassipes, a native of South America, is a major freshwater weed in most of the frost-free regions of the world and is generally regarded as the...

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Cover for Grevillea robusta (silky oak)

G. robusta is a tree which is an effective colonizer and has demonstrated invasive behaviour in Australia (New South Wales), New Zealand, French...

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Cover for Cinchona pubescens (quinine tree)

C. pubescens has been widely introduced throughout the tropics over the past 150 years because of its medicinal properties. However, it is only in...

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M. nudiflora is classified as one of the world's worst weeds by Holm et al. (1977), infesting no less than 16 crops in 23 countries. It is a major...

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Phytoplasmas are wall-less, phloem-limited unculturable bacteria that are naturally spread by sap-sucking insects. ‘Candidatus Phytoplasma...

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Cover for Parthenium hysterophorus (parthenium weed)

P. hysterophorus is an annual herb that aggressively colonises disturbed sites. It is considered as one of the ‘100 most invasive species in the...

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Cover for Cucumber green mottle mosaic virus

CGMMV is a species of virus in the genus Tobamovirus, which was first described in 1935 in England. Between 1935 and 1985 it spread slowly to other...

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