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Scurrula parasitica and Scurrula atropurpurea growing on several plants
collection in Bali Botanical Gardens. The research was carried out in
June 2007 found about 114 branches/twigs of 105 treee collections had
been attacked by several mistletoes. The attacked trees consisted of
51 species belong to 24 genera. The tree collections of genus Syzygium,
Familie Moraceae were the most frequent tree species being attacked
by the mistletoes. Dendrophthoe pentandra was the most frequent
mistletoe attacking the botanic gardens plant collections and caused
the biggest damaging effect. The damaging effect of the parasitic
mistletoes generally occurred on the distal part of infected branches or
twigs of the host plants.
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