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Douglas-fir, a deliberately introduced and established neophyte in Europe, is affected at an increasing rate by damage caused by specialized associated insects, which were introduced to Europe following the host, and native European phytophagous insects, which are adapting more and more to...

Author(s)
Hielscher, K.
Publisher
Eugen Ulmer KG, Stuttgart, Germany
Citation
Journal für Kulturpflanzen, 2017, 69, 10, pp 351-358
Abstract

The introduction of new plant pests represents a high risk for plant cultivation. The import of grapes for fresh consumption (table grapes) into the member states of the European Union is not regulated in the plant health council directive 2000/29/EC. To evaluate the risk of this pathway, an alert...

Author(s)
Wilstermann, A.; Schrader, G.
Publisher
Eugen Ulmer KG, Stuttgart, Germany
Citation
Journal für Kulturpflanzen, 2017, 69, 10, pp 313-338
Abstract

Biological invasions seriously threat the global biodiversity and ecosystem health, causing great losses to global environment and economy. However, rapid climate change could significantly affect the diffusion and invasion of alien species. To explore the development situation of biological...

Author(s)
Wu Hao
Publisher
Science Press, Beijing, China
Citation
Guangxi Zhiwu / Guihaia, 2017, 37, 7, pp 934-946
Abstract

Leonotis nepetifolia (L.) R. Br. (Lamiaceae), a naturalized species was first found in China. The naturalization of this species represents that the genus Leonotis (Pers.) R. Br. was firstly recorded from China. Leonotis is characterized by its axillary verticillasters, bracteoles and calyx teeth...

Author(s)
Ma XingDa; Wang HuanChong; Zhang RongZhen; Kong LingPu; He ZhaoRong
Publisher
Science Press, Beijing, China
Citation
Guangxi Zhiwu / Guihaia, 2017, 37, 7, pp 921-925
Abstract

The closely related species Bactrocera scutellata and B. ishigakiensis are native Tephritid fruit flies of Japan. A morphological study and PCR-RFLP of the mitochondrial COII region were applied to 170 specimens collected from 13 localities from Kyushu Island to Ishigaki-jima Island to re-examine...

Author(s)
Kitada, M.; Kimura, R.
Publisher
Yokohama Plant Protection Station, Yokohama, Japan
Citation
Research Bulletin of the Plant Protection Service, Japan, 2017, No.53, pp 103-110
Abstract

The Oriental fruit fly Bactrocera dorsalis (Hendel) reinvaded Amami Island in Japan in December 2015 and the host fruit of this fly was restricted from moving domestically from the island until the fly was eradicated in July 2016. To allow domestic movement of Tankan oranges even when B. dorsalis...

Author(s)
Yamamoto, T.; Omura, K.; Adachi, H.; Taenaka, Y.; Mizuniwa, S.; Nakahara, S.; Ishida, T.; Dohino, T.
Publisher
Yokohama Plant Protection Station, Yokohama, Japan
Citation
Research Bulletin of the Plant Protection Service, Japan, 2017, No.53, pp 1-9
Abstract

The tropical fowl mite (Ornithonyssus bursa) is a common parasite of domestic and wild birds in tropical and subtropical regions. This mite can cause irritation, severe dermatitis and anemia. The European starling (Sturnus vulgaris) is an invasive bird in Argentina. Both O. bursa and S. vulgaris...

Author(s)
Lareschi, M.; Cicuttin, G. L.; Salvo, M. N. de; Ibañez, L.; Montalti, D.
Publisher
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), Mexico City, Mexico
Citation
Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad, 2017, 88, 2, pp 454-458
Abstract

First records of the Asian clam Corbicula fluminea (O. F. Müller, 1774) are provided for wetlands in the Papaloapan, Grijalva and Usumacinta basins. A total of 1,668 individuals were collected in 7 localities in Papaloapan, 16 in Grijalva and 24 in Usumacinta basins, sampling was performed from...

Author(s)
Barba-Macías, E.; Trinidad-Ocaña, C.
Publisher
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), Mexico City, Mexico
Citation
Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad, 2017, 88, 2, pp 450-453
Abstract

Alien plants have invaded most ecosystem types (terrestrial, fresh water and marine) and are responsible for the loss of irreplaceable natural services on which humankind relies. They alter food quantity, quality and accessibility, and may result in declines in native species richness, which may...

Author(s)
Dumalisile, L.; Somers, M. J.
Publisher
Fund for Support and Development of Protected Areas, Saransk, Russia
Citation
Nature Conservation Research, 2017, 2, 4, pp 102-108
Abstract

About 20 alien species of Coccinellidae were released for biological control of pests in the Caucasus. Some of them were reported to be established, but no monitoring of their populations was conducted. So the current state of the populations is unknown. In particular, it was unknown what alien...

Author(s)
Orlova-Bienkowskaja, M. Ja.; Bieńkowski, A. O.
Publisher
Fund for Support and Development of Protected Areas, Saransk, Russia
Citation
Nature Conservation Research, 2017, 2, 4, pp 96-101

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