Coral cactus infestations reeling from sap-sucking bug

Kevin Colllins with dying coral cactus, at Croxdale, under attack by the dactylopius tomentosus nymph.

A NYMPH called Dactylopius tomentosus is making inroads in coral cactus infestations across the far southwest. South West NRM indigenous project officer Kevvie Collins returned ...

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