EPPO Global Database

Tilia(1TILG)

Pests

Organism Type
Chrysobothris femorata (CHRBFE) Doubtful host
* Burke HE (1919) Biological Notes on the Flatheaded Apple Tree Borer (Chrysobothris Femorata Fab.) and the Pacific Flatheaded Apple Tree Borer (Chryso- Bothris Mali Horn). Journal of Economic Entomology, 12(4), 326–333.
------- uncertainty of the species of the femorata complex as the publication pre-dates Wellso & Manley, 2007.
Abutilon mosaic virus (as Malvaceae) (ABMV00) Host
Bemisia tabaci (as Malvaceae) (BEMITA) Host
Dysdercus peruvianus (as Malvaceae) (DYSDPE) Host
Earias biplaga (as Malvaceae) (EARIBI) Host
Lopholeucaspis japonica (LOPLJA) Host
Lymantria mathura (LYMAMA) Host
Orgyia leucostigma (HEMELE) Host
 * Heppner JB (2003) Lepidoptera of Florida. Part 1. Introduction and catalog. Volume 17 of Arthropods of Florida and neighboring land areas. Division of Plant Industry. Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. Gainesville, Florida. 670 pp.

* Van Driesche RG, LaForest JH, Bargeron CT, Reardon RC, Herlihy M (2012) Forest Pest Insects in North America: a Photographic Guide. USDA Forest Service. Forest Health Technology Enterprise Team. Morgantown, WV. FHTET-2012-02.

* Webster RL (1916) The white-marked tussock-moth. Circular. Paper 33. https://lib.dr.iastate.edu/iaes_circulars/39
Oxycarenus hyalinipennis (as Malvaceae) (OXYAHY) Host
Oxycarenus lavaterae (as Malvaceae) (OXYALV) Host
Pectinophora gossypiella (as Malvaceae) (PECTGO) Host
Pectinophora scutigera (as Malvaceae) (PLAYSC) Host
Trichoferus campestris (HESOCA) Host
* Iwata R & Yamada F (1990) Notes on the biology of Hesperophanes campestris, a drywood borer in Japan. Material und Organismen 25, 305–313.
Oxycarenus lavaterae (OXYALV) Major host
Anthonomus grandis grandis (as Malvaceae) (ANTHGR) Wild/Weed
Dysdercus cingulatus (as Malvaceae) (DYSDCI) Wild/Weed
Margarodes vitis (as Tilioideae) (MARGVI) Wild/Weed
* Giliomee J, de Klerk C & Watson GW (2022) 3.3.4 Margarodes spp. In: Encyclopedia of Scale Insect Pests (Eds Kondo T & Watson GW), pp. 69-73. CAB International, Wallingford (UK).
Sacadodes pyralis (as Malvaceae) (SACAPY) Wild/Weed