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Mites to eradicate African invader

Monday 11 April 2016 | Published in Environment

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Mites to eradicate African invader
The feeding of galling mites results in the production of hairy galls on the leaves and stems of the plant host. The mites then live within the galls and depend on them for survival. 16041006

The Spathodea campanulata also commonly known as the African tulip tree is a large tree that can reach around 17 metres in height.

The Spathodea campanulata also commonly known as the African tulip tree is a large tree that can reach around 17 metres in height.


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