EPPO Global Database

Liriodendron tulipifera(LIRTU)

Pests

Organism Type
Chrysobothris femorata (CHRBFE) Doubtful host
* van Driesche R, LaForest J, Bargeron C, Reardon R & Herlihy M (2012) Flatheaded appletree borer. USDA Forest Service. Forest Health Technology Enterprise Team. Morgantown, WV., FHTET-2012.
Cnestus mutilatus (XYLSMU) Experimental
* Oliver J, Youssef N, Basham J, Bray A, Copley K, Hale F, Klingeman W, Halcomb M, Haun W (2012) Camphor Shot Borer: a new nursery and landscape pest in Tennessee ANR-ENT-01-2012. Tennessee State University
Chrysobothris mali (CHRBMA) Host
* Burke HE (1929) The Pacific Flathead Borer. Technical Bulletin - United States Department of Agriculture, Washington D.C., (83).
Davidsoniella virescens (CERAVI) Host
* EFSA Panel on Plant Health (PLH), Jeger, M, Bragard, C, Caffier, D, Candresse, T, Chatzivassiliou, E, Dehnen-Schmutz, K, Gilioli, G, Gregoire, J-C, Jaques Miret, JA, MacLeod, A, Navajas Navarro, M, Niere, B, Parnell, S, Potting, R, Rafoss, T, Rossi, V, Urek, G, Van Bruggen, A, Van der Werf, W, West, J, Winter, S, Boberg, J, Gonthier, P and Pautasso, M (2017) Scientific Opinion on the pest categorisation of Davidsoniella virescens. EFSA Journal 15(12), 5104, 28 pp. https://doi.org/10.2903/j.efsa.2017.5104

* Ohman JH, Spike AB (1966) Effect of straining caused by sapstreak disease on sugar maple log and lumber values. Research Paper NC-12. USDA, Forest Service, North-central Forest Experiment Station, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA. 4 pp.

Euwallacea fornicatus sensu stricto (EUWAWH) Host
* Mendel Z, Lynch SC, Eskalen A, Protasov A, Maymon M, Freeman S (2021) What determines host range and reproductive performance of an invasive ambrosia beetle Euwallacea fornicatus; lessons from Israel and California. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 4, 654702.
------- Non reproductive host tree in California (US).
Lycorma delicatula (LYCMDE) Host
* Barringer L, Ciafré CM (2020) Worldwide feeding host plants of spotted lanternfly, with significant additions from North America. Environmental Entomology 49(5), 999–1011.

* Barringer LE, Donovall LR, Spichiger SE, Lynch D, Henry D (2015) The first New World record of Lycorma delicatula (Insecta: Hemiptera: Fulgoridae). Entomological News 125(1), 20-23.
------- Egg laying observed.
Oemona hirta (OEMOHI) Host
* Plant-SyNZ. Landcare Research (NZ). Host plants of a herbivore -Oemona hirta. http://plant-synz.landcareresearch.co.nz/index.asp). Last accessed 2021-06.
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

* Robinson GS, Ackery PR, Kitching IJ, Beccaloni GW & Hernández LM (2010) HOST - A database of the world's Lepidopteran hostplants. Natural History Museum, London. https://www.nhm.ac.uk (Accessed on 7 December 2020 and 21 March 2021)
Phymatotrichopsis omnivora (PHMPOM) Host
* Anonymous (1960) Index of Plant Diseases in the United States. Agriculture Handbook no 165, USDA-ARS (US) 531 pp.
Phytophthora kernoviae (PHYTKE) Host
* Brasier CM, Beales PA, Kirk SA, Denman S, Rose J (2005) Phytophthora kernoviae sp. nov., an invasive pathogen causing bleeding stem lesions on forest trees and foliar necrosis of ornamentals in Britain. Mycological Research, 109(8), 853-859.
Xyleborinus attenuatus (XYBIAL) Host
* DiGirolomo MF, Bohne MJ, Dodds KJ, Gapinski AT, DelRosso JS, Charap JG, Evans SC. (2022)Utilizing urban arboreta for detection of native and non‐native wood‐inhabiting beetles. Agricultural and Forest Entomology 24(1), 72-96.
------- confirmed host.
Illinoia liriodendri (MACSLR) Major host
* Blackman RL (online) Aphids on the world's plants. An online identification and information guide. http://www.aphidsonworldsplants.info/ [last accessed 2021-10].

* USDA. Forest Service (1985) Insects of Eastern Forests. AT Drooz (ed.). USDA, Miscellaneous Publication 1426. Washington DC,  608 pp.
------- Found on yellow-poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera) and Magnolia.