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Mine on Passiflora actnia leaf, created by Spinivalva gaucha © Brito et al. (CC BY licence)

Leaf mine on Passiflora actnia, created by Spinivalva gaucha © Brito et al. (CC BY licence)

We’ve selected a few of the latest new geographic, host and species records for plant pests and diseases from CAB Abstracts.¬†Records this fortnight include the conservation biology challenge of European ash dieback, the first report of Nigrospora oryzae causing stem blight on Brassica juncea in India and a new Brazilian Passiflora leafminer: Spinivalva gaucha, the first gracillariid without a sap-feeding instar.

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