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Ageratina adenophora (Sprengel) R. King & H. Robinson, Mexican devil weed (Asteraceae)


, : Ageratina adenophora (Sprengel) R. King & H. Robinson, Mexican devil weed (Asteraceae). Technical Communication CAB International Institute of Biological Control ( 10): 317-320

The pest status of A. adenophora, a native of Mexico cultivated as an ornamental shrub and very common in Northland and Coromandel Peninsula in New Zealand, is discussed and the history of its biological control reviewed.

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