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Forestry Compendium

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Ricinodendron heudelotii is a fast-growing tree, reaching up to 50 m in height [and a diameter of about 100 cm (Chudnoff, 1984)] with a straight bole...

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Cover for Gnetum gnemon

G. gnemon is a small to medium-size tree reaching 10-15 m (or occasionally 30 m) tall. It is considered a multipurpose species, and grows best in...

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According to Janick and Paull (2008), the species is divided into two subspecies, depending on whether a plant produces hermaphroditic flowers (E....

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Cover for Spodoptera frugiperda (fall armyworm)

The fall armyworm, Spodoptera frugiperda, is a lepidopteran pest that feeds in large numbers on the leaves, stems and reproductive parts of more than...

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The genus Pourouma contains 27 species. P. cecropiifolia is often misspelt as P. cecropiaefolia in the literature.

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Cover for Adansonia gregorii (Australian baobab)

A. gregorii is the only species of Adansonia native to Australia. Although the accepted name is A. gregorii F.Muell., this tree is also widely known...

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Cover for Elaeagnus angustifolia (Russian olive)

E. angustifolia is a tall shrub (up to 15 m and 1 m d.b.h.), with a dense, rounded crown, native to Europe and Asia and an important deciduous...

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Cover for Phytophthora ramorum (sudden oak death (SOD))

Phytophthora ramorum is considered an invasive species due to its ability to spread, persist, and reproduce in new environments. Its rapid...

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Entada is a genus of 30 species distributed throughout the tropics and subtropics. Ohashi et al. (2010) noted that E. phaseoloides and E. tonkinensis...

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