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"These maps are the authoritative source for accurate data on the worldwide distribution of plant diseases of economic or quarantine importance. First published in 1942 and created in association with the European and Mediterranean Plant Protection Organization (EPPO), we have now published over 1000 Disease Maps and they can be browsed, searched and used via this site."
Data maps of arthropod pests in agriculture and forestry.
The Distribution Maps of Plant Pests covers important arthropod pests affecting agriculture and forestry. Two sets a year of each map are produced, comprising mostly of new maps with a number of map revisions. There are nine pests per map set. Many maps have been revised following changes to taxonomy or distribution, some a number of times. This complete archive of the Plant Pest Maps can be browsed by year of publication or geographic distribution; for more detailed search requirements, a special subset of CAB Abstracts has been prepared to allow for complex searching through the complete collection.