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Forestry Compendium

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Cover for Anoplophora chinensis (black and white citrus longhorn)

The black and white citrus longhorn beetle, Anoplophora chinensis, is native to eastern Asia. It is polyphagous feeding on over 100 hosts in at least...

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Cover for Acacia mellifera (blackthorn)

A. mellifera forms a dense very thorny shrub in the seasonally dry lowland tropics of the African continent, although it sometimes develops into a...

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Cover for Ganoderma philippii (red root rot)

G. philippii was described as a root pathogen that is particularly destructive to tropical plantation crops, especially rubber (Steyaert, 1975a). It...

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Cover for Gibberella fujikuroi (bakanae disease of rice)

There have been few estimates of losses due to bakanae disease, caused by G. fujikuroi (Ou, 1985). There are reports of yield losses of 20% in...

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Carya is a member of the subtribe Caryinae in the tribe Juglandeae. The genus is composed of three sections: Sinocarya, Apocarya and Carya, which are...

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Cover for Bambusa vulgaris (common bamboo)

Bambusa vulgaris is the most commonly encountered bamboo in cultivation in SE Asia but is rarely found in natural forest (although possibly natural,...

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Only one species is recognized in the genus Jubaea. It is closely related to the monotypic genera Juania from the Juan Fernandez Islands off the...

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