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Acizzia acaciaebaileyanae is a psyllid common on Acacia baileyana, a popular garden specimen. The psyllid and its host plant are native to Australia, but both are now widespread where the plant has been introduced. The psyllid can reproduce to very high numbers, but appears not to damage the plant.
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