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There are a number of synonyms listed for Euonymus japonicus but it is not believed that any of these are commonly used. Confusion could be caused by...

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Cover for Cordia alliodora (Ecuador laurel)

Cordia alliodora is an important neotropical tree, which combines timber of high quality and value with fast growth on good quality soils. The wood...

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Chromolaena odorata has long been referred to as Eupatorium odoratum. It was transferred to the genus Chromolaena by King and Robinson (1970), and...

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Cover for Ceratitis rosa (Natal fruit fly)

C. rosa is a polyphagous African species. Its known distribution is mainly southern and eastern Africa. It is considered to be a major pest of a...

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Cover for Bactrocera umbrosa

A pest of bread fruit (Artocarpus altilis) and jackfruit (A. heterophyllus) (Yukawa, 1984).

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Cover for Thaumastocoris peregrinus (bronze bug)

T. peregrinus is a serious sap-sucking insect pest infesting non-native Eucalyptus plantations in Southern Africa, South America and Europe. Severe...

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Considered native to India, B. cucurbitae, the melon fly, is now found in more than 40 countries. The potential risk of its introduction to a new...

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Cover for Bactrocera dorsalis (Oriental fruit fly)

Bactrocera dorsalis is a highly invasive species. Native to Asia, Oriental fruit fly is now found in at least 65 countries, including parts of...

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Cover for Bactrocera tryoni (Queensland fruit fly)

B. tryoni, the Queensland fruit fly, is the most costly horticultural pest in Australia and has invaded several countries in the surrounding region...

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