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A member of the Apocynaceae, C. spinarum L. is known by numerous synonyms including C. edulis (Forssk.) Vahl and C. congesta Wight, and has been...

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The family Scrophulariaceae comprises around 59 genera and 1,880 species with worldwide distribution. The genus Buddleja (sometimes misspelled as...

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Cover for Acacia auriculiformis (northern black wattle)

Few other species can match the ability of A. auriculiformis to grow on harsh sites in the tropics. Its rapid early growth rate, ability to fix...

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Cover for Hymenoscyphus fraxineus (ash dieback)

H. fraxineus is an anamorphic fungal pathogen that causes ash dieback. Due to the severity of ash dieback H. pseudoalbidus has been on the EPPO Alert...

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R. fruticosus is highly invasive in some areas, it competes aggressively with native species and can therefore exclude and replace native vegetation,...

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Cover for Xylella fastidiosa (Pierce's disease of grapevines)

Xylella fastidiosa has a wide plant host range and spectrum of insect species capable of serving as vectors which should increase the...

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A. adenophora has proved to be a very aggressive invasive species in some parts of the world, notably Australia, where it forced some farmers to...

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The anamorphs of Venturia have recently been monographed (Schubert et al., 2003), and molecular sequence analyses have been carried out (Beck et al.,...

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Cladosporium has been one of the most heterogeneous genera of hyphomycetes. David (1997) demonstrated that true Cladosporium species (s. str.),...

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AdultThe adult moth is 15-20 mm long. The wings are grey with brown tips, white transversal stripes and an eye dot. When resting, the wings are held...

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