EPPO Global Database

EPPO Reporting Service no. 04 - 2011

Year: 2011
Num: 04

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069 First report of Maconellicoccus hirsutus in Cyprus
070 Situation of Bursaphelenchus xylophilus in Portugal
071 First report of Tuta absoluta in Greece
072 First report of Tuta absoluta in Lithuania
073 First report of Tuta absoluta in Iraq
074 Tuta absoluta detected in Trentino-Alto Adige region (IT)
075 Tuta absoluta in the United Kingdom
076 Tuta absoluta continues to spread around the Mediterranean Basin
077 EPPO/IOBC/FAO/NEPPO Joint International Symposium on management of Tuta absoluta (Agadir, Morocco, 2011-11-16/18)
078 First record of Epitrix similaris in Galicia, Spain
079 Situation of Dacus ciliatus in Israel
080 Update on the situation of Drosophila suzukii in France
081 Trogoderma granarium does not occur in Austria
082 New pest records in EPPO member countries
083 Situation of several quarantine pests in Lithuania in 2009
084 First report of Mycosphaerella pini in Lithuania
085 First report of Plasmopara halstedii in the United Kingdom
086 First report of Plum pox virus in Japan
087 Tobacco ringspot virus detected on Phlox subulata in the Netherlands
088 New data on quarantine pests and pests of the EPPO Alert List
089 Interception of Astylus atromaculatus and Tetranychus fijiensis in the Netherlands
090 Interception of Bursaphelenchus xylophilus on bark from Portugal
091 EPPO report on notifications of non-compliance
092 First record of Ludwigia grandiflora in Germany
093 Guidelines for the management of Ambrosia artemisiifolia from the EUPHRESCO project
094 The aquarium pathway for non-indigenous plants to the Saint Lawrence Seaway in Canada
095 A new collaborative platform on invasive alien plants in the French overseas territories
096 IUCN Guidelines on biofuels and invasive alien species
097 Miscanthus sinensis in the EPPO region: addition to the EPPO Alert List
098 2nd World Conference on Biological Invasions and Ecosystem Functioning, Mar del Plata (AR), 2011-11-21/24
099 Launch of the EPPO/CoE/EEA questionnaire on the implementation of the Code of conduct on horticulture and invasive alien plants