EPPO Global Database

Dahlia pinnata(DAHPI)


Organism Type
Chrysanthemum stunt viroid (CSVD00) Experimental
* Diener TO (1979) Viroids and Viroid Diseases. Wiley-Interscience, New York, 252 pp.
------- as Dahlia variabilis.
Stagonosporopsis chrysanthemi (MYCOLG) Experimental
* Chesters C, Blakeman J (1967) Host range and variation in virulence of Mycosphaerella ligulicola. Annals of Applied Biology 60, 385-90.
Tomato apical stunt viroid (as Dahlia) (TASVD0) Experimental
* Matsushita Y,  Tsuda S (2014) Host ranges of Potato spindle tuber viroid, Tomato chlorotic dwarf viroid, Tomato apical stunt viroid, and Columnea latent viroid in horticultural plants. European Journal of Plant Pathology, 141(1), 193–197.
Tomato chlorotic dwarf viroid (as Dahlia) (TCDVD0) Experimental
* Matsushita Y,  Tsuda S (2014) Host ranges of Potato spindle tuber viroid, Tomato chlorotic dwarf viroid, Tomato apical stunt viroid, and Columnea latent viroid in horticultural plants. European Journal of Plant Pathology, 141(1), 193–197.
Begomovirus solanumdelhiense (TOLCND) Host
* Pant RP, Anuj B and Murari L (2018) Role of alternate host plants in the transmission of apical leaf curl disease of potato caused by tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus - potato (ToLCNDV-pot.) in Northern India. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 88, 1258–1262
------- confirmed host.
Chrysanthemum stunt viroid (as Dahlia) (CSVD00) Host
* Asano S, Matsushita Y, Hirayama Y, Naka T (2015) Simultaneous detection of Tomato spotted wilt virus, Dahlia mosaic virus and Chrysanthemum stunt viroid by multiplex RT‐PCR in dahlias and their distribution in Japanese dahlias. Letters in Applied Microbiology 61 (2), 113-120.

* Asano S, Yoshida K, Naka T, Hirayama Y, Matsushita Y (2020) The distribution and nucleotide sequences of chrysanthemum stunt viroid in dahlia fields in Japan and the effect of its infection on the growth of dahlias. European Journal of Plant Pathology volume 156(1), 245–256 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10658-019-01883-z

* Nakashima A, Hosokawa M, Maeda S, Yazawa S (2007) Natural infection of Chrysanthemum stunt viroid in dahlia plants. Journal of General Plant Pathology 73, 225–227

Diabrotica undecimpunctata howardi (DIABUH) Host
* Clark SM, LeDoux DG, Seeno TN, Riley EG, Gilbert AJ, Sullivan JM (2004) Host plants of leaf beetle species occurring in the United States and Canada (Coleoptera: Megalopodidae, Orsodacnidae, Chrysomelidae, excluding Bruchinae). Coleopterists Society, Special Publication 2, 1-476.
------- Larval host. As Dahlia variabilis.
Liriomyza huidobrensis (LIRIHU) Host
* He CX, Wu WW, Wang SF, Wang LZ (2001) Host plants and feeding preferences of Liriomyza huidobrensis. Acta Entomologica Sinica 44, 384-388.

* Salvo A, Valladares G (1997) An analysis of leaf-miner and plant host ranges of three Chrysocharis species (Chalcidoidea: Eulophidae) from Argentina. Entomophaga 42, 387-396.

* Valladares G, Salvo A, Videla M (1999) Moscas minadoras en cultivos de Argentina. Horticultura Argentina 18(44- 45), 56-61.

* Weintraub PG, Scheffer SJ, Visser D, Valladares G, Soares Correa A, Shepard BM, Rauf A, Murphy ST, Mujica N, MacVean C, Kroschel J (2017) The invasive Liriomyza huidobrensis (Diptera: Agromyzidae): understanding its pest status and management globally. Journal of Insect Science 17(1), 1-27. https://doi.org/10.1093/jisesa/iew166
Meloidogyne chitwoodi (as Dahlia) (MELGCH) Host
* Den Nijs LJMF, Janssen WAP (2002) The host status of Dahlia for Meloidogyne chitwoodi. Verslagen en Mededelingen van de Plantenziektenkundige Dienst Wageningen (Annual Report 2001) 219, 102-105.
Naupactus leucoloma (as Dahlia) (GRAGLE) Host
* Chadwick CF (1965) Checklist of the Brachyderinae (Col. Curculionidae) occurring in Australia. Journal of the Entomological Society of Australia (NSW) 2, 21-34.
Nemorimyza maculosa (AMAZMA) Host
* Valladares G, Salvo A, Saini E (2011) Moscas minadoras del girasol y sus enemigos naturales. Revista de Investigaciones Agropecuarias 37(2):180–188.
------- As Dahlia variabilis.
Phymatotrichopsis omnivora (PHMPOM) Host
* Anonymous (1960) Index of Plant Diseases in the United States. Agriculture Handbook no 165, USDA-ARS (US) 531 pp.
Spodoptera frugiperda (LAPHFR) Host
* Montezano DG, Specht A, Sosa-Gómez DR, Roque-Specht VF, Sousa-Silva JC, Paula-Moraes SV, Peterson JA, Hunt T (2018) Host plants of Spodoptera frugiperda (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in the Americas. African Entomology 26, 286-300.
Spodoptera ornithogalli (PRODOR) Host
* Brito R, Specht A, Gonçalves GL, Moreira GRP, Carneiro E, Santos FL, Roque-Specht VF, Mielke OHH, Casagrande MM (2019) Spodoptera marima: a new synonym of Spodoptera ornithogalli (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae), with notes on adult morphology, host plant use and genetic variation along its geographic range. Neotropical Entomology 48(3), 433-448.

* Robinson GS, Ackery PR, Kitching IJ, Beccaloni GW, Hernández LM (2010) HOSTS - A Database of the World's Lepidopteran Hostplants. Natural History Museum, London. http://www.nhm.ac.uk/hosts
Spodoptera praefica (as Dahlia) (PRODPR) Host
* British Columbia Ministry of Agriculture. Western yellowstriped armyworm (Spodoptera praefica). https://rdno.civicweb.net/document/127358/western-yellowstriped-armyworm.pdf?handle=3CD053B4F8D54F9CBB93F8D6D5572C27
Thrips parvispinus (THRIPV) Host
* Rachana RR, Roselin P & Varatharajan R (2018) Report of invasive thrips species, Thrips parvispinus (Karny) (Thripidae: Thysanoptera) on Dahlia rosea (Asteraceae) in Karnataka. Pest Management in Horticultural Ecosystems, 24(2): 175-176.
------- confirmed host (as D. rosea)
Thrips setosus (as Dahlia) (THRISE) Host
Tomato chlorotic dwarf viroid (TCDVD0) Host
* Wang S, Zhao Z, Dong Z, Zhou T, Hu Z, Fan Q, Zhang Y (2024) First report of Tomato chlorotic dwarf viroid in Dahlia in China. Plant Disease (early view). https://doi.org/10.1094/PDIS-02-23-0389-PDN
Orthotospovirus tomatomaculae (TSWV00) Major host
* Parrella G, Gognalons P, Gebre-Selassie K, Vovlas C, Marchoux G (2003) An update of the host range of tomato spotted wilt virus. Journal of Plant Pathology 85(4), 227-264.
------- Confirmed host. As Dahlia hortensis and D. variabilis.