(Fabaceae)

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0121Egeretal

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CENTER FOR SYSTEMATIC ENTOMOLOGY, INC., Gainesville, FL Occurrence of the Old World bug Megacopta cribraria (Fabricius) (Heteroptera: Plataspidae) in Georgia: a serious home invader and potential legume pest J. E. Eger, Jr. Dow AgroSciences LLC 2606 S. Dundee St. Tampa, FL 33629 L. M. Ames, D. R. Suiter, T. M. Jenkins UGA Griffin Campus Department of Entomology 1109 Experiment Street Griffin, GA 30223 D. A. Rider Department of Entomology NDSU Dept. 7650 P. O. Box 6050 North Dakota State University Fargo, ND 58108-6050 S. E. Halbert Florida State Collection of Arthropods Florida...

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Fact Sheet for Acacia angustissima

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Plant Fact Sheet Plant Materials Plant Fact Sheet/Guide Coordination Page National Plant Data Center PRAIRIE ACACIA Acacia angustissima (P. Mill.) Kuntze Plant Symbol = ACAN Contributed by: USDA NRCS James E. ‘Bud’ Smith Plant Materials Center Rudy G. Esquivel USDA NRCS James E. ‘Bud’ Smith PMC Alternate Names Fern acacia, white-ball acacia, Texas acacia, prairie guajillo Uses Erosion control: Prairie acacia may provide ground cover vegetation for critically eroding areas to...

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Fact Sheet for Aeschynomene americana

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Plant Fact Sheet United States Department of Agriculture-Natural Resources Conservation Service Plant Materials Plant Fact Sheet/Guide Coordination Page National Plant Data Center JOINTVETCH Aeschynomene americana L. Plant symbol = AEAM Contributed by: USDA Florida Plant Materials Center, Brooksville, Florida Alternate Names Shyleaf Uses Jointvetch is primarily used as an annual grazing crop that can be cut for hay before maturity. Deer graze it and quail, dove, and turkey eat the seed. It can also be used as components of fresh water wetland reclamation...

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Leguminosae

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