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Ash whitefly Public Deposited

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  • The ash whitefly, Siphoninus phillyreae, an Old World species, was discovered in southern California during the summer of 1988, and it has become widespread there. Populations build to enormous numbers, and the insects may heavily infest practically every leaf of certain favored host plants.
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