infest


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invade in great numbers

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occupy in large numbers or live on a host

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live on or in a host, as of parasites

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This suggests that body lice cannot thrive in the environment of head lice, which infest millions of children worldwide (10), further suggesting that outbreaks of trench fever are most likely not linked to head lice in industrialized countries.
The adults infest developing cotton buds and damage bolls.
The USDA's Philip Bell warned Wisconsin's Senate environmental and Assembly forestry committees in May that, unchecked, the beetle could infest more than 12,000 communities from Minnesota to North Carolina over the next two decades.
Left unchecked, it can infest and kill whole forests.
The site allows visitors to choose the crop they grow, review pests that prominently infest that crop and see the various insecticides or active ingredients available that provide control against those pests.
Black and red fire ants now infest more than 310 million acres in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and Puerto Rico.
The orange-colored, spaghetti-like parasitic threads function as runners, allowing an individual to move from host to host, as well as to densely infest a single host (Kelly et al.
The beetles infest the trees, ultimately killing them.
abbreviatus used to infest plants were collected from canopies of trees growing in fields at commercial plant nurseries in Homestead, Florida.