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Large whip goby with parasitic copepods, Raja Ampat, Indonesia Royalty Free Stock Photo
Parasitic nematode worm Ascaris sp. under the microscope Royalty Free Stock Photo
Parasitic Jaeger Stercorarius parasiticus captured in flight. Big brown bird flying over the meadow in Norway near seacost with Royalty Free Stock Photo
Parasitic nematode worm Ascaris sp. under the microscope Royalty Free Stock Photo
Parasitic entamoeba Royalty Free Stock Photo
Parasitic Dodder on a tree Royalty Free Stock Photo
Dodder - A Parasitic Plant Royalty Free Stock Photo
Yellow Parasitic Dodder on trees
The Parasitic Wasp Amblyteles on white Background Royalty Free Stock Photo
Trichinella spiralis - parasitic worm microscope Royalty Free Stock Photo
Parasitic Dodder Royalty Free Stock Photo
Parasitic worms. Medical Infographic set Royalty Free Stock Photo
Parasitic fly Royalty Free Stock Photo
Parasitic bolette fungus (Pseudoboletus parasiticus). Royalty Free Stock Photo
Parasitic sand wasp Royalty Free Stock Photo
Dodder is a very aggressive parasitic plant that has the potential of severely altering the composition and function of riparian areas, as well as affecting ornamental plantings and agricultural crops. Japanese dodder looks very similar to thick diameter spaghetti noodles that are bright yellow-orange. It can completely engulf host plants and often drapes to the ground. It can kill large portions or the entire host plant within two to three years after infestation.


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