EPPO Global Database

Agrilus fleischeri(AGRLFL)

Hosts

Categories have been assigned by the EPPO Secretariat on the basis of available data at the time of entry. They correspond to an evaluation of the biological importance of the host plant for the pest concerned, together with the economic importance of this plant for the EPPO region. These categories do not reflect the complexity of the associations that may exist between a host plant and a pest, nor result from exhaustive literature reviews. Further explanation of categories is available in the guide.
Organism Type
Populus laurifolia (POPLF) Major
* Stepanov VN (1954) Dva novykh dlya fauny SSSR vida uzkotelykh zlatok roda Agrilus Curt. iz podroda Epinagrilus V. Stepanov subgen. n. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal, 33, 13–17.
------- confirmed host (as P. tscherepanovi)
Populus nigra var. italica (POPNT) Major
* Zang K, Wang X-Y, Yang Z-Q & Wei K (2017a) Differences of infestation and damage between Populus davidiana and P. nigra var. italica by Agrilus fleischeri Obenberger. Chinese Journal of Applied Entomology, 54(2), 255–264. https://doi.org/10.7679/j.issn.2095
------- confirmed host
Populus (1POPG) Minor
* Jendek E & Grebennikov V (2011) Agrilus (Coleoptera, Buprestidae) of East Asia. Prague, Czech Republic: Nakladatelství Jan Farkač.
Populus davidiana (POPDA) Minor
* Zang K, Wang X-Y, Yang Z-Q & Wei K (2017a) Differences of infestation and damage between Populus davidiana and P. nigra var. italica by Agrilus fleischeri Obenberger. Chinese Journal of Applied Entomology, 54(2), 255–264. https://doi.org/10.7679/j.issn.2095
------- confirmed host
(cited as P. davidiana by Zang et al, 2017a, 2017b and as Populus sieboldi by Akiyama & Ohmomo, 1997)
Salix schwerinii (SAXKI) Unclassified
* Ohmomo S & Fukutomi H (2013) The buprestid beetles of Japan (H. Fujita, Ed.). Tokyo: Mushi-Sha iconographic series of insects 7
------- reported as associated with adults in Japan (cited as S. yezoensis). Jendek & Polakova, 2014, gave an confidence level of 1 out of 3 (on a scale 0–3, 3 being the highest level of confidence based on the presence of larval stage or on repeated captures of adults on leaves)