EPPO Distribution List for Puccinia horiana
Due to the new record of Puccinia horiana (EPPO A2 quarantine pest) in Mexico distribution of this pest is as follows:
EPPO Distribution List: Puccinia horiana
P. horiana originates in Japan and has spread to other Far Eastern countries, to South Africa, and from there to Europe.
EPPO region: Widespread in France and Germany; since about 1964, locally established in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Poland (unconfirmed), Sweden, Switzerland, Tunisia, UK (accepted as established in Great Britain since 1988 and in Northern Ireland since 1990) and Yugoslavia. Reported but not established in Finland, Ireland (1977) and Luxembourg. Intercepted only in Czechoslovakia. Eradicated in Norway (declared in 1988) and Cyprus (1987)
Asia: China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea Democratic People's Republic, Korea Republic, Malaysia, Russia (Far East), Taiwan, Thailand.
Africa: South Africa, Tunisia.
North America: Mexico, USA (outbreak in New Jersey and Pennsylvania in late 1970s; outbreaks in Oregon and Washington in 1990, declared eradicated, in 1993 new outbreak in California - Reporting Service 93/161, 1993 No. 9).
South America: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia.
Oceania: Australia (declared absent despite interception reports; outbreak in Victoria in 1986), New Zealand (1965).
This distribution list replaces all previous published EPPO Distribution Lists on Puccinia horiana!
EPPO Secretariat, Paris (1993-10)