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Cover for Spodoptera frugiperda (fall armyworm)

The fall armyworm Spodoptera frugiperda is a Lepidpopteran pest that feeds in large numbers on leaves and stems of more than 80 plant species,...

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O. ficus-indica is highly valued as a fruit-producing cactus, also yielding 'leaves' that are used as a vegetable and browsed by livestock. It has...

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O. leucostigma has very little economic impact, except when Christmas trees are defoliated. The damaged trees may then be unsaleable.Occasionally,...

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There are forms of M. citrifolia previously recognized as botanical varieties, but now as synonyms. The former var. bracteata is a small fruited...

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A. alnobetula is usually a 0.5-2.5 m tall shrub, which occasionally grows to a small tree of 4-6 m, always with multi-branched, thin stems sprouting...

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Cranberries are in Vaccinium section Oxycoccus (Hill) Koch. Vaccinium oxycoccus is commonly referred to as the small cranberry or mossberry.V....

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Juglans sigillata, known in Chinese as pao he tao, is commonly called iron walnut because of its thick nut shell and hard wood. The Latin species...

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Cover for Spondias mombin (hog plum)

When in season, the fruits of S. mombin make a significant contribution to the diet of people in areas of the tropics where it occurs. In some areas,...

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The family Arecaceae includes 188 genera and 2585 species of perennial climbers, shrubs and trees (commonly known as palm trees) distributed across...

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The family Anacardiaceae comprises 80 genera and 870 species mostly distributed in tropical Africa, Asia and the Americas, with a small number of...

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