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The Threat of Invasive Species

Asian citrus psyllid is an invasive pest. (Photo by M. E. Rogers, University of Florida)

The public, says entomologist Kris Godfrey, needs to become more aware of the threat of invasive species.And, she adds, we need to educate people and organizations about the incoming pests and pests that are already here.With that in mind, she's...

Asian citrus psyllid is an invasive pest. (Photo by M. E. Rogers, University of Florida)
Asian citrus psyllid is an invasive pest. (Photo by M. E. Rogers, University of Florida)

Asian citrus psyllid is an invasive pest. (Photo by M. E. Rogers, University of Florida)

Bin at right shows Huanglongbing (HLB) symptoms caused by Asian citrus psyllid. At left: normal fruit. (Photo by S. E. Halbert, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services)
Bin at right shows Huanglongbing (HLB) symptoms caused by Asian citrus psyllid. At left: normal fruit. (Photo by S. E. Halbert, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services)

Bin at right shows Huanglongbing (HLB) symptoms caused by Asian citrus psyllid. At left: normal fruit. (Photo by S. E. Halbert, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services)

Posted on Friday, February 24, 2012 at 7:50 PM

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