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Thaumastocoris peregrinus attacks a number of species of Eucalyptus and some species of Corymbia (both Myrtaceae) (EPPO 2015) that they damage by sucking plant sap that in turn leads to leaf abscission, reduced photosynthetic capacity, and at high infestation rates, plant death.
Peregrinus is as good as we are at obtaining knowledge about nonnormative matters.
Multi-season occupancy models identify biotic and abiotic factors influencing a recovering Arctic peregrine falcon Falco peregrinus tundrius population.
At that time, the Peregrine Falcon {Falco peregrinus) was listed as "Endangered" under the Endangered Species Act (1973).
Natural enemies of three mealybug species (Hemiptera: Pseudococcidae) found on citrus and effects of some insecticides on the mealybug parasitoid Coccidoxenoides peregrinus (Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae) in South Africa.
Rather, both Peregrinus' title and Philostratus' claim that Apollonius was an incarnation of Proteus are separate instances of the same tradition of comparing philosophic changeability to the transformations of Proteus.
Entre las plagas estudiadas, T peregrinus estuvo presente en todas las especies de eucaliptos muestreadas.
Tonus Peregrinus: The History of a Psalm-tone and its use in Polyphonic Music.
alba) (6), en halcones peregrino (Falco peregrinus) en Europa (16) y en aguila calva (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) y buho (6ubo virginianus) en Estados Unidos (5).
(28) In addition, it is possible that the tribune Cornelius Peregrinus, whose dedication is to no fewer than four gods, but whose unit is not specified, may also have been a commanding officer of the First Cohort of Spaniards when it was at Maryport under Hadrian.
Here he updates his 1989 book, published by Peter Peregrinus Limited, to incorporate the many and radical changes in both the technological and the commercial aspects of the field.