World Animal Health Information Database (WAHID) Interface Providing access to all data held within OIE's new World Animal Health Information System (WAHIS). A comprehensive range of information is available including diseases caused by invasive alien pathogens.
The GERDA database summarises incursion response and eradication programmes from around the world. The scope of the database is terrestrial arthropod pests and plant pathogens. Weeds, vertebrate pests, aquatic pests, and animal diseases are not currently included
DAD-IS is the Domestic Animal Diversity Information System hosted by FAO. It is a communication and information tool for implementing strategies for the management of animal genetic resources (AnGR). It provides the user with searchable databases of breed-related information and images, management tools, and a library of references, links and contacts of Regional and National Coordinators for the Management of Animal Genetic Resources. It provides countries with a secure means to control the entry, updating and accessing of their national data.
The WAHIS Interface provides access to all data held within OIE's new World Animal Health Information System (WAHIS). It replaces and significantly extends the former web interface named Handistatus II System.
ID Source is a special collection of over 1,500 identification-themed websites that cover plant pests, diseases, and weeds, a set of links to these 'ID Aids' and a powerful search tool. These web-based ID Aids are selected, thoroughly reviewed and categorized so that users can search for them by pest name, commodity focus, geographic region, and more.
This webpage contains information on the effects of the introduction of Prosopis in sub-Saharan Africa.
This site provides a list of species profiles for significant pest species impacting forests and the forest sector. Each factsheet contains information on the species' identification, distribution, ecology, pathways, symptoms and damage, and possible control measures.
This page contains a review of forest insect pests and diseases in naturally-regenerating forests and planted forests in 25 countries representing Africa, Asia and the Pacific, Europe, , Latin America and the Caribbean the Near East.
This document is a review of forest pests and diseases on a global scale. It provides regional and global analyses based on country reports, of the distributions of forest pests. There is also a list of detailed profiles of selected insect pests, diseases and other pests. Pest species distribution in selected countries by region are also available.
The World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) is an intergovernmental organisation with a mandate from its 178 Members to improve animal health worldwide. The OIE is the reference standard-setting international organisation according to the Agreement of the World Trade Organisation. It is responsible for ensuring transparency of the animal disease situation worldwide, including diseases transmissible to humans, as well as safeguarding the sanitary safety of world trade of animals and animal products and ensuring food safety.