Invasive Species Compendium

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Other than their countries of origin, India and Sri Lanka for ICMV and SLCMV, respectively, SLCMV has also been reported in India (Dutt et al., 2005;...
B. canadensis is a large goose species that has been widely introduced as an ornamental species and for hunting purposes. It has established very...
K. integra is a fleshy perennial plant which is reported as invasive and as a transformer species for Cuba by Oviedo-Prieto et al. (2012). No further...
A. theophrasti continues to expand its distribution in North America, Europe, Korea and Japan, by cultivation as a fibre crop, and by accidental...
S. granarius is a serious pest of stored cereal grains in cool climates, whether in temperate or tropical latitudes. It can also cause serious damage...
Eichhornia paniculata can grow in monocultural stands in shallow wetlands (Barrett and Husband, 1997). It is listed as a transformative species in...
L. temulentum is a serious weed of winter crops, especially wheat (Bor, 1960; Angiras and Modgal, 1981), winter vegetable crops (Gad and El Mahde,...
T. indica is the fungal pathogen causing Karnal bunt of wheat seeds. Its distribution is mainly limited to northwest India and adjoining...
P. truncatus spreads rapidly in trade moving in infested consignments of maize and dried cassava. Trade flows have a profound effect on its speed of...
Dwarf bunt is a serious disease, particularly of winter wheat at relatively high altitudes. It is very difficult to control because of the resistant...

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