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EPPO Study on Pest Risks Associated with the Import of Tomato Fruit

Description

The EPPO Study on pest risks associated with the import of tomato fruit provides lists of pests associated with the pathway of fruit of Solanum lycopersicum (tomato), with supporting information for pests that could be possible candidates for addition to the EPPO Alert List or for PRA.

The study also provides information on tomato production worldwide and on the pathway ‘tomato fruit into the EPPO region’ in support of future pest risk analyses of tomato pests.

Organisms

  • Achaea lienardi
  • Aleurothrixus trachoides
  • Anomis leona
  • Arvelius albopunctatus
  • Austroasca viridigrisea
  • Bactrocera latifrons
  • Ceratothripoides brunneus
  • Ceratothripoides claratris
  • Chinavia hilaris
  • Chinavia marginata
  • Chloridea virescens
  • Chlorochroa sayi
  • Chlorochroa uhleri
  • Chrysodeixis includens
  • Cyrtopeltis modesta
  • Epicauta
  • Epicauta atomaria
  • Epilachna vigintioctopunctata
  • Eudocima fullonia
  • Euschistus conspersus
  • Euschistus servus
  • Helicoverpa assulta
  • Helicoverpa gelotopoeon
  • Helicoverpa punctigera
  • Lamprolonchaea brouniana
  • Leptoglossus zonatus
  • Leucinodes cordalis
  • Lineodes integra
  • Lygus
  • Lygus hesperus
  • Lygus lineolaris
  • Manduca quinquemaculata
  • Manduca sexta
  • Phthia picta
  • Phyrdenus divergens
  • Phyrdenus muriceus
  • Prodiplosis longifila
  • Solanum lycopersicum
  • Spodoptera albulum
  • Spodoptera cosmioides
  • Spodoptera latifascia
  • Spodoptera ornithogalli
  • Spodoptera praefica
  • Zeugodacus bezzianus
  • Zonosemata electa

Hosts

  • Solanum lycopersicum

Files

Type File Size
Pest Risk Analysis td_1068_tomato_study.pdf 4,65MB