De-Fen Mou

De-Fen Mou

Feb 13, 2019

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    About This Project

    Florida is a hot spot for invasive species due to its subtropical climate and geographic location. These invasive species often cause enormous economic problems as they can infest economically important plants and may introduce plant pathogens. We aim to monitor hemipteran insects and investigate new invasive species to understand the potential impact on plant health and related plant diseases to contribute to landscape conservation.

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