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Typical crayfish body form with telson (tail) and pincers. The body colouration is usually pale yellow to pale green in colour and the sides of the thorax are very rough. This crayfish averages 15cm in length, but may reach 30cm long. This crayfish is invasive in lakes in Europe and may negatively affect South African wetland systems.
The Derby eland is the largest species of antelope in the world. Males tend to be larger than females, weighing between 400 and 1000 kg. It is an herbivore, eating grasses, foliage and branches.
The domestic cat is a small, usually furry, domesticated and carnivorous mammal. The cat can suffer from a wide range of health problems, including infectious diseases, parasites, injuries and chronic disease. It is a common carrier of parasites such as worms and fleas.
Estuarine tube–worm is a species of serpulid tubeworm. It builds and lives in white, calcareous tubes that are about 2mm in diameter and 2cm long. It is an invasive species that dominates and alters habitats, reduces water quality, depletes resources and causes biofouling.
Eucalyptus leaf blotch pathogen
The eucalyptus leaf blotch pathogen disease is responsible for the most serious and common leaf spot disease. They produce leaf lesions, they reduce the effective photosynthetic area, resulting in eventually in premature defoliation and reduced growth rates.