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Biological control of three cactaceous weeds, Pereskia aculeata Miller, Harrisia martinii (Labouret) Britton and Cereus jamacaru De Candolle in South Africa.

@inproceedings{Klein1999BiologicalCO,
  title={Biological control of three cactaceous weeds, Pereskia aculeata Miller, Harrisia martinii (Labouret) Britton and Cereus jamacaru De Candolle in South Africa.},
  author={J. Klein},
  year={1999}
}
  • J. Klein
  • Published 1999
  • Biology
  • The biological control programme against several cactaceous weeds in South Africa, including Pereskia aculeata Miller, Harrisia martinii (Labouret) Britton and Cereus jamacaru De Candolle, was reviewed by Moran & Zimmermann (1991), who regarded these three species to be of minor importance. These authors reported on the release of two agents, Hypogeococcus festerianus (Lizer y Trelles) (Pseudococcidae) and Alcidion cereicola Fisher (Cerambycidae) against H. martinii and mentioned that A… CONTINUE READING
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