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Alocasia cucullata is a clumping evergreen herbaceous plant that is grown as a food plant and as an ornamental in areas within and outside its native...

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Cover for Agave fourcroydes (henequen)

Agave fourcroydes is a perennial succulent plant that has been extensively cultivated for fibre production (sisal) and as an ornamental. This species...

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Ptychosperma elegans is a popular ornamental palm in temperate climate gardens and parks. It is native to Australia. Reported as invasive in Cuba,...

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Cover for Eragrostis pilosa (India lovegrass)

Eragrostis pilosa is an annual grass native to Eurasia and Africa that has become naturalized in many other tropical and temperate regions of the...

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Cover for Tithonia diversifolia (Mexican sunflower)

Tithonia diversifolia is a herbaceous flowering plant that has been widely introduced as an ornamental and has escaped from cultivation to become...

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Jasminum simplicifolium is a scandent shrub or vine native to Oceania that is occasionally used as an ornamental. It has been introduced outside its...

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Cover for Paspalum notatum (Bahia grass)

Paspalum notatum is a perennial grass which is native to South America, and according to some authors native to Central America and the West Indies...

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Cover for Leptochloa fusca (sprangletop)

Leptochloa fusca is a perennial weed with a global distribution. It is an aggressive species showing a competitive advantage in many situations due...

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Cover for glanders

Glanders is a highly infectious zoonotic disease of equids (horses, donkeys, mules), caused by the bacterium Burkholderia mallei (Cárdenas et al.,...

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Cover for Ipomoea alba (white moonflower)

Ipomoea alba is a fast-growing vine native to the Americas, which has been widely introduced across tropical and subtropical regions of the world...