EPPO Global Database

Solanum lycopersicum(LYPES)

Pests

Organism Type
Anastrepha ludens (ANSTLU) Experimental
* Baker AC, Stone WE, Plummer CC, McPhail M (1944) A review of studies on the Mexican fruitfly and related Mexican species. USDA Miscellaneous Publications, 155 pp.
Apple fruit crinkle viroid (AFCVD0) Experimental
* Suzuki T, Fujibayashi M, Hataya T, Taneda A, He YH, Tsushima T, Duraisamy GS, Siglova K, Matousek J, Sano T (2017) Characterization of host-dependent mutations of apple fruit crinkle viroid replicating in newly identified experimental hosts suggests maintenance of stem-loop structures in the left-hand half of the molecule is important for replication. Journal of General Virology 98(3), 506-516.
'Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus' (LIBEAS) Experimental
* Duan YP, Gottwald T, Zhou LJ, Gabriel DW (2008) First report of dodder transmission of 'Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus' to tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum). Plant Disease, 92(5), 831. 
'Candidatus Phytoplasma mali' (PHYPMA) Experimental
* Seemüller E, Carraro L, Jarausch W, Schneider B (2011) Apple proliferation phytoplasma. In: Hadidi A, Barba M, Candresse T, Jelkmann W (Eds) Virus and Virus-like Diseases of Pome and Stone fruits, APS, pp 67-73.
Cheravirus arracaciae oca strain (as Solanaceae) (AVBO00) Experimental
Chrysanthemum stunt viroid (CSVD00) Experimental
* Yoon JY, Baek E, Palukaitis P (2012)Are there strains of Chrysanthemum stunt viroid? Journal of Plant Pathology 94(3), 697-701.
Citrus bark cracking viroid (CBCVD0) Experimental
* Semancik JS, Vidalakis G (2005) The question of Citrus viroid IV as a Cocadviroid. Archives of Virology 150(6), 1059-1067.
Comovirus andesense (APMOV0) Experimental
* Fribourg CE, Jones RAC, Koenig R (1977) Andean potato mottle, a new member of the Cowpea mosaic virus group. Phytopathology 67, 969-974.
------- As Lycopersicon esculentum. Lm (type train) tested. Symptomless systemic infection or mild mosaic depending on cultivar.
Fusarium foetens (FUSAFO) Experimental
* Amobonye A, Bhagwat P, Ranjith D, Mohanlall V, Pillai S (2021) Characterisation, pathogenicity and hydrolytic enzyme profiling of selected Fusarium species and their inhibition by novel coumarins. Archives of Microbiology 203, 3495-3508.
------- When inoculated tomato plants showed symptoms.
Hirschmanniella oryzae (HIRSOR) Experimental
* Babatola JO (1979) Varietal reaction of rice and other food crops to the rice-root nematodes, Hirschmanniella oryzae, H. imamuri and H. spinicaudata. Nematropica 9, 123-128.
------- Experiments.

* Sharma SB (2001) Plant parasitic nematodes in rice-wheat based cropping systems in South Asia. Journal of Crop Production 4, 227-247. 
------- It is not specified whether the nematode was found in the roots or in the soil.
Nepovirus rubi (RPRSV0) Experimental
Nepovirus solani (PBRSV0) Experimental
* Fribourg CE (1977) Andean potato calico strain of tobacco ringspot virus. Phytopathology 67, 174-178.
------- TRSV-Ca. As Lycopersicon esculentum.

* Salazar LF, Harrison BD (1978) Host range and properties of potato black ringspot virus. Annals of Applied Biology 90, 375-386.
------- PBRSV. As Lycopersicon esculentum cv. Kondine Red.
Opogona sacchari (OPOGSC) Experimental
* Suss L (1974) Opogona sacchari (Bojer) (Lepidoptera, Lyonetiidae) nuovo fitofago di piante ornamentali in serra. Bollettino di Zoologia Agraria e di Bachicoltura 12, 1-28.
------- in experiments.
Peach rosette phytoplasma (PHYP30) Experimental
* Kirkpatrick BC (1995) Peach rosette. In: Compendium of stone fruit diseases. APS Press, St Paul, USA.

* Kunkel LO (1943) New hosts as a key to progress in plant virus disease research. In: Virus Diseases. Ithaca, USA: Rockerfeller Institute for Medical Research, 61-82.
Pepper mild tigré virus (PEPMTV) Experimental
Potato deforming mosaic virus (Argentina) (PDMV00) Experimental
Potato rugose stunting virus (POTRSV) Experimental
* Alvarez Quinto RA, Amao M, Muller G, Fuentes S, Grinstead S, Fuentes-Bueno I, Roenhorst A, Westenberg M, Botermans M, Kreuze J, Mollov D (2023) Evidence that an unnamed isometric virus associated with potato rugose disease in Peru is a new species of torradovirus. Phytopathology 113(9), 1716-1728. https://doi.org/10.1094/PHYTO-11-22-0449-V
------- asymptomatic
Potato spindle tuber viroid (as Solanum) (PSTVD0) Experimental
* Singh RP (1973) Experimental host range of the potato spindle tuber 'virus'. American Potato Journal 50, 111-123.
------- At least 51 species, absence of symptoms (except for Solanum depilatum and S. lycopersicum)
Potato yellowing virus (PYV000) Experimental
Radopholus similis (RADOSI) Experimental
Rhynchophorus palmarum (RHYCPA) Experimental
* Hagley EAC (1965) On the life history and habits of the palm weevil, Rhynchophorus palmarum. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 58(1), 22-28.
------- Adult feeding on ripe tomatoes.

* Wattanapongsiri A (1966) A revision of the genera Rhynchophorus and Dynamis. Department of Agricultural Science Bulletin, Bangkok, Thailand.
Septoria malagutii (SEPTLM) Experimental
* Piglionica V, Malaguti G, Ciccarone A and Boerema GH (1978) La septoriosi della patata. Phytopathologia Mediterranea, 17, 81–89.
Synchytrium endobioticum (SYNCEN) Experimental
* Hampson MC (1976) Infection of additional hosts of Synchytrium endobioticum, the causal agent of potato wart disease : I. Tomato. Canadian Plant Disease Survey 56, 93-94
Tobacco streak ilarvirus potato strain (as Solanaceae) (TSVP00) Experimental
Tymovirus latandigenum (APLV00) Experimental
* García W, Gandarillas A (1992) Incidencia virotica en campos de tubérculo-semilla de papa en certificación y campos comerciales [Virus incidence in potato tuber-seed fields in certification and commercial fields]. Revista de Agricultura. Facultad de Ciencias Agrícolas y Pecuarias, Universidad Mayor de San Simón. Cochabamba, Bolivia 21, 29–33.
------- As Lycopersicum esculentum cv. Kondine Red.
Acidovorax citrulli (PSDMAC) Host
* Assouline I, Milshtein H, Mizrahi M, Levy E, Ben-Ze’ev I (1997) Acidovorax avenae subsp. citrulli transmitted by Solanaceous seeds. Phytoparasitica 25, 117–8.

* Chalupowicz L, Reuven M, Dror O, Sela N, Burdman S, Manulis-Sasson S (2020) Characterization of Acidovorax citrulli strains isolated from solanaceous plants. Plant Pathology 69 (9) 1787–1797. https://doi.org/10.1111/ppa.13239
------- confirmed host (group II). 

* Malliarakis D, Mpalantinaki E, Pagoulatou MG, Lorenzou K, Goumas DE (2020) First report of Acidovorax citrulli causing a leaf spot disease on tomato plants in Greece. Journal of Plant Pathology. https://doi.org/10.1007/s42161-020-00677-1
Aculops lycopersici (as Solanaceae) (VASALY) Host
Agrotis segetum (AGROSE) Host
Aleurodicus dispersus (ALEDDI) Host
* Boopathi T (2022) New host plants, natural enemy complex and newly distributed potential areas of exotic spiralling whitefly (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) in India. Phytoparasitica 50(2), 335-357.
Alfalfa mosaic virus (AMV000) Host
Anastrepha suspensa (ANSTSU) Host
* Anonymous (1966) [Host records for Tephritidae]. United States Department of Agriculture Cooperative Economic Insect Report, 16, 32, 83, 225, 469, 498, 525, 556, 589, 652, 683, 712, 738, 818, 888, 965, 980, 1034, 1118, 1158. 
------- Incidental host.

* Swanson RW, Baranowski RM (1972) Host range and infestation by the Caribbean fruit fly, Anastrepha suspensa (Diptera: Tephritidae), in south Florida. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society, 271-273.
------- Incidental host.
Anomis flava (COSPFL) Host
Anthonomus eugenii (as Solanum) (ANTHEU) Host
* Elmore JC, Davis AC, Campbell RE (1934) The pepper weevil. USDA Techical Bulletin No. 447.

* Patrock RJ, Schuster DJ (1992) Feeding, oviposition and development of the pepper weevil (Anthonomus eugenii) on selected species of Solanaceae. Tropical Pest Management 38, 65-69.
Aonidomytilus albus (as Solanum) (AONMAL) Host
Bactrocera carambolae (BCTRCB) Host
* Allwood AJ, Chinajariyawong A, Drew RAI., Hamacek EL., Hancock DL., Hengsawad C, Jipanin JC, Jirasurat M, Kong Krong C, Kritsaneepaiboon S, Leong CTS, Vijaysegaran S (1999) Host plant records for fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) in South East Asia. The Raffles Bulletin of Zoology suppl 7, 1-92.  

* Liquido NJ, McQuate GT, Nakamichi KA, Kurashima RS, Birnbaum AL, Hanlin MA (2016) Provisional list of suitable host plants of carambola fruit fly, Bactrocera (Bactrocera) carambolae Drew & Hancock (Diptera: Tephritidae), Version 1.1. Available online at USDA Compendium of Fruit Fly Host Information (CoFFHI).
Bactrocera correcta (BCTRCO) Host
* He Y, Xu Y, Chen X (2023) Biology, ecology and management of Tephritid fruit flies in China: A review. Insects 14, 196. https://doi.org/10.3390/insects14020196
Bactrocera curvipennis (DACUCR) Host
* Leblanc L (2022) The dacine fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae: Dacini) of Oceania. Insecta Mundi 0948, 1-167. https://journals.flvc.org/mundi/article/view/131965/135549
Bactrocera dorsalis (DACUDO) Host
* He Y, Xu Y, Chen X (2023) Biology, ecology and management of Tephritid fruit flies in China: A review. Insects 14, 196. https://doi.org/10.3390/insects14020196

* Leblanc L (2022) The dacine fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae: Dacini) of Oceania. Insecta Mundi 0948, 1-167. https://journals.flvc.org/mundi/article/view/131965/135549

* Rasolofoarivao H, Raveloson Ravaomanarivo LH, Delatte H (2021) Host plant ranges of fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) in Madagascar. Bulletin of Entomological Research 1–12. https://doi.org/10.1017/ S0007485321000511

* Vargas RI, Piñero JC, Mau RFL, Jang EB, Klungness LM, McInnis DO, Harris EB, McQuate GT, Bautista RC, Wong L (2010) Area-wide suppression of the Mediterranean fruit fly, Ceratitis capitata, and the oriental fruit fly, Bactrocera dorsalis, in Kamuela, Hawaii. Journal of Insect Science 10(135), 1-16.
Beet curly top virus (BCTV00) Host
* Chen L, Brannigan K, Clark R, Gilbertson RL (2010) Characterization of curtoviruses associated with curly top disease of tomato in California and monitoring for these viruses in beet leafhoppers. Plant Disease 94, 99-108.

* Severin HHP (1929) Additional host plnats of curly top. Hilgardia 20(3), 595-637.
Bemisia tabaci (as Solanaceae) (BEMITA) Host
Cacoecimorpha pronubana (TORTPR) Host
* Bradley JD, Tremewan WG, Smith A (1973) British tortricoid moths. Cochylidae and Tortricidae: Tortricinae. The Ray Society, London, 251 pp.
'Candidatus Phytoplasma americanum' (as Solanum) (PHYPAE) Host
'Candidatus Phytoplasma trifolii' (PHYPTR) Host
'Candidatus Phytoplasma trifolii' (as Solanum) (PHYPTR) Host
Ceratitis capitata (CERTCA) Host
* Liquido NJ, Cunnigham RT, Nakagawa S (1990) Host plants of Mediterranean fruit fly on the island of Hawaii (1949-1985 survey). Journal of Economic Entomology 83(5),  1863-1878,
Ceratitis cosyra (CERTCO) Host
* Badii KB, Billah MK, Afreh-Nuamah K, Obeng-Ofori D (2015) Species composition and host range of fruit-infesting flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) in northern Ghana. International Journal of Tropical Insect Science 35(3), 137-151.
Ceratitis rosa (CERTRO) Host
Cheravirus arracaciae oca strain (as Solanum) (AVBO00) Host
Cheravirus avii (CRLV00) Host
* Bratsch SA, Grinstead S, Lockhart B, Mollow D (2020) Biological properties and genomic sequence of an isolate of cherry rasp leaf virus from tomato. Journal of Plant Pathology https://doi.org/10.1007/s42161-020-00522-5
------- Confirmed host.
Chloridea virescens (HELIVI) Host
* Pratissoli D, Oliveira HN, Espindula MC, Magevski GC (2006) Ocorrência da lagartada-maçã-do-algodoeiro em frutos de tomateiro no estado do Espírito Santo. Horticultura Brasileira 24, 204-205.
------- Attacking fruit.
Chrysodeixis eriosoma (CHRXER) Host
Circulifer tenellus (CIRCTE) Host
Clavibacter sepedonicus (CORBSE) Host
* Van Vaerenbergh J, De Paepe B, Hoedekie A, Van Malderghem C, Zaluga J, De Vos P, Maes M (2016) Natural infection of Clavibacter michiganensis subsp. sepedonicus in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum). New Disease Reports 33, 7. http://dx.doi.org/10.5197/j.2044-0588.2016.033.007
------- Natural host.
Colletotrichum acutatum (COLLAC) Host
Colletotrichum fructicola (COLLFC) Host
* EFSA PLH Panel (EFSA Panel on Plant Health), Bragard C, Dehnen-Schmutz K, Di Serio F, Gonthier P, Jacques M-A, Jaques Miret JA, Justesen AF, MacLeod A, Magnusson CS, Milonas P, Navas-Cortes JA, Parnell S, Potting R, Thulke H-H, Van der Werf W, Civera AV, Yuen J, Zappala L,  Migheli Q, Vloutoglou I, Campese C, Maiorano A, Streissl F, Reignault PL (2021) Scientific Opinion on the pest categorisation of Colletotrichum fructicola. EFSA Journal 19(8), 6803, 41 pp
Colletotrichum gossypii (GLOMGO) Host
* Nawaz HH, Anam U, He Q, Liu W B, Miao W (2019) First report of anthracnose caused by Colletotrichum gossypii on tomato in Hainan, China. Plant Disease 103 (1), 161. DOI:10.1094/PDIS-03-18-0412-PDN
------- confirmed host, near a field of cotton.
Colombian datura virus (CDV000) Host
* Tomitaka Y, Usugi T (2014) First report of mosaic disease caused by Colombian datura virus on Solanum lycopersicum plants commercially cultivated in Japan. Plant Disease 98(5), p 698.

* Verhoeven, JTJ, Lesemann DE, Roenhorst JW (1996) First report of Colombian datura potyvirus in tomato. European Journal of Plant Pathology 102, 895-898.
Cotton leaf curl Gezira virus (CLCUGV) Host
* Al Shihi AA, Al Sadi AM, Deadman M, Briddon RW, Shahid MS (2018) Identification of a distinct strain of Cotton leaf curl Gezira virus infecting tomato in Oman. Journal of Phytopathology. 166(3), 199-205.
Cowpea mild mottle virus (CPMMV0) Host
* Jeyanandarajah P, Brunt AA (1993) The natural occurrence, transmission, properties and possible affinities of Cowpea mild mottle virus. Journal of Phytopathology 137(2), 148-156.
Dacus ciliatus (DACUCI) Host
* McQuate GT, Liquido NJ, Nakamichi KAA (2018) Host plant records of the lesser pumpkin fly, Dacus ciliatus Loew (Diptera: Tephritidae), Version 1.0. Available online at: USDA Compendium of Fruit Fly Host Information (CoFFHI), Edition 3.1.

* White IM (2006) Taxonomy of the Dacina (Diptera: Tephritidae) of Africa and the Middle East. African Entomology Memoir 2, 156 pp.
Diabrotica speciosa (DIABSC) Host
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.
Diabrotica undecimpunctata undecimpunctata (DIABUN) 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 and adult host - as Lycopersicon esculentum.
Diabrotica virgifera zeae (as Solanum) (DIABVZ) 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, 615 pp.
------- Adult host.
Dickeya dianthicola (ERWICD) Host
* Samson R, Legendre JB, Christen R, Fischer-Le Saux M, Achouak W, Gardan L (2005) Transfer of Pectobacterium chrysanthemi (Burkholder et al., 1953) Brenner I. 1973 and Brenneria paradisiaca to the genus Dickeya gen. nov. as Dickeya chrysanthemi comb. nov and Dickeya paradisiaca comb. nov. and delineation of four novel species, Dickeya dadantii sp. nov., Dickeya dianthicola sp. nov., Dickeya dieffenbachiae sp. nov. and Dickeya zeae sp. nov. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 55, 1415–1427.
Ditylenchus dipsaci (DITYDI) Host
* Goodey JB, Franklin MT, Hooper DJ (1965) T. Goodey's: The Nematode Parasites of Plants Catalogued Under Their Hosts. Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux, Farnham Royal, Bucks, England. Third edition, 214 pp.
Drosophila suzukii (DROSSU) Host
* Kanzawa T (1935) Research into the fruit-fly Drosophila suzukii Matsumura (Preliminary Report). Yamanashi Prefecture Agricultural Experiment Station Report. Japan.

* Kanzawa T (1939) Studies on Drosophila suzukii Mats. Kofu, Yanamashi Agricultural Experimental Station, Japan.
Elasmopalpus lignosellus (ELASLI) Host
* Gill HK, Capinera JL, McSorley R (2017) Featured Creatures. Lesser cornstalk borer. Elasmopalpus lignosellus (Zeller) (Insecta: lepidoptera: Pyralidae). University of Florida (US). http://entnemdept.ufl.edu/creatures/field/lesser_cornstalk_borer.htm
Epilachna vigintioctomaculata (as Solanaceae) (EPILVI) Host
Epitrix cucumeris (EPIXCU) Host
* Boavida C, Giltrap N, Cuthbertson, A & Northing P (2013) Epitrix similaris and Epitrix cucumeris in Portugal: damage patterns in potato and suitability of potential host plants for reproduction. EPPO Bulletin 43, 323–333.
------- Cage experiments with potted plants.

* Caldwell B, Sideman E, Seaman A,  Shelton A, Smart C (2013) Resource guide for organic insect and disease management. 2nd Edition, 202 pp.
------- Common pests of potatoes, tomatoes, and eggplants when the crops are young. 

* 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 and Chrysomelidae, excluding Bruchinae). The Coleopterists Society, Special Publication 2, 1-476.

* Deczynski AM (2016) Morphological systematic of the nightshade flea beetles Epitrix Foudras and Acallepitrix Bechyné (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Galerucinae: Alticini) in America north of Mexico, PhD thesis, Clemson University (USA).

* Foster RE, Obemeyer JL (2017) Vegetable Insects. Flea Beetles. E-74-W, Purdue University, Extension Entomology, 2 pp. https://extension.entm.purdue.edu/publications/E-74/E-74.html
------- Common and destructive on tomato, aubergine, potato, sweet pepper and tobacco.

* Lange WL, Bronson L (1981) Insect Pests of Tomatoes. Annual Review of Entomology 26, 345-371.
------- Epitrix spp. are secondary pests of tomato in California.
Epitrix hirtipennis (EPIXPA) 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 and Chrysomelidae, excluding Bruchinae). Special Publication of the Coleopterists Society, 2, 615 pp.

* Deczynski AM (2016) Morphological systematics of the nightshade flea beetles Epitrix Foudras and Acallepitrix Bechyné (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Galerucinae: Alticini) in America North of Mexico All Theses. Paper 2479. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=3484&context=all_theses
Epitrix papa (EPIXPP) Host
* Boavida C, Giltrap N, Cuthbertson A, Northing P (2013) Epitrix similaris and Epitrix cucumeris in Portugal: damage patterns in potato and suitability of potential host plants for reproduction. OEPP/EPPO Bulletin, 43, 323–333.
------- Adult and larval feeding in laboratory experiments.
Epitrix subcrinita (EPIXSU) 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.  Special Publications of the Coleopterists Society, 2, 476 pp.
------- Feeding of adults.
Epitrix tuberis (EPIXTU) 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.  Special Publications of the Coleopterists Society, 2, 476 pp.
------- feeding of adult

* Fulton HG& Banham FL (1962) The tuber flea beetle in British Columbia. Canada Department of Agriculture Publication No. 938. Available online: http://publications.gc.ca/pub?id=9.800647&sl=0
------- feeding of adult

* Hill RE, Tate AD (1942) Life history and habits of potato flea beetle in Western Nebraska. Journal of Economic Entomology 35, 879-884.
------- feeding of adult

* Hoerner JL & Gillette CP (1928) The potato flea beetle. Colorado Experiment Station. Entomology Section. Bulletin 337. 
------- feeding of adult

* Neilson CL, Finlayson DG (1953) Notes on the biology of the tuber flea beetle, Epitrix tuberis Gentner (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) in the interior of British Colombia. The Canadian Entomologist 85:31-32.
------- feeding of adults
Erwinia chrysanthemi (ERWICH) Host
Erwinia rhapontici (ERWIRH) Host
* Huang HC, Hsieh TF, Erickson RS (2003) Biology and epidemiology of Erwinia rhapontici, causal agent of pink seed and crown rot of plants. Plant Pathology Bulletin 12, 69-76.
Frankliniella occidentalis (FRANOC) Host
* Martínez, RT, Poojari S, Tolin SA, Cayetano X, Naidu RA (2014) First report of Tomato spotted wilt virus in peppers and tomato in the Dominican Republic. Plant Disease 98(1), 163-164.
Globodera pallida (HETDPA) Host
* Price JA, Coyne D, Blok VC, Jones JT (2021) Potato cyst nematodes Globodera rostochiensis and G. pallida. Molecular Plant Pathology  22, 495-507. https://doi.org/10.1111/mpp.13047

* Sullivan MJ, Inserra RN, Franco J, Moreno-Leheude I, Greco N (2007) Potato cyst nematodes: Plant host status and their regulatory impact. Nematropica 37, 193-201.
Globodera rostochiensis (HETDRO) Host
* Price JA, Coyne D, Blok VC, Jones JT (2021) Potato cyst nematodes Globodera rostochiensis and G. pallida. Molecular Plant Pathology  22, 495-507. https://doi.org/10.1111/mpp.13047

* Sullivan MJ, Inserra RN, Franco J, Moreno-Leheude I, Greco N (2007) Potato cyst nematodes: Plant host status and their regulatory impact. Nematropica 37, 193-201.
Halyomorpha halys (HALYHA) Host
Helicoverpa armigera (HELIAR) Host
* Cunningham JP, Zalucki MP (2014) Understanding heliothine (Lepidoptera: Heliothinae) pests: what is a host plant? Journal of Economic Entomology 107, 881–896.
Heteronychus arator (HETRAR) Host
Hishimonus phycitis (HISHPH) Host
* Bella S, Aguin-Pombo D, Aguiar AM, Kunz G, Miralles-Nunez A, Foster S, Sanchez-Garcia I, Wilson MR, D’Urso VE (2022) Discovery of Hishimonus diffractus Dai, Fletcher & Zhang, 2013 (Hemiptera: Auchenorrhyncha: Cicadellidae) in Europe, with remarks on previously recorded species of the genus. Zootaxa 5159(4), 558-570.
------- Feeding host.

* Bindra OS, Singh B (1968) Biology and bionomics of Hishimonus phycitis (Distant), a jassid vector of ’little-leaf’ disease of brinjal (Solanum melongena). Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 39, 912–919
------- Feeding host.
Jacobiasca lybica (EMPOLY) Host
Leptinotarsa decemlineata (LPTNDE) Host
* Harrison GD (1987) Host-plant discrimination and evolution of feeding preference in the Colorado potato beetle Leptinotarsa decemlineata. Physiological Entomology 12(4), 407-415. 
Lettuce chlorosis virus (LCV000) Host
* Zhang SB, Zhang DY, Liu Y, Luo XW, Liu MY, Du J, Wang MC (2017) First report of Lettuce chlorosis virus infecting tomato in China. Plant Disease 101(5), p 846.
Leucinodes laisalis (LEUILA) Host
* Mally R, Korycinska A, Agassiz DJL, Hall J, Hodgetts J, Nuss M (2015) Discovery of an unknown diversity of Leucinodes species damaging Solanaceae fruits in sub-Saharan Africa and moving in trade (Insecta, Lepidoptera, Pyraloidea). ZooKeys 472, 117-162.
Leucinodes orbonalis (LEUIOR) Host
Leucinodes ugandensis (as Solanum) (LEUIUG) Host
* Mally R, Korycinska A, Agassiz DJL, Hall J, Hodgetts J, Nuss M (2015) Discovery of an unknown diversity of Leucinodes species damaging Solanaceae fruits in sub-Saharan Africa and moving in trade (Insecta, Lepidoptera, Pyraloidea). ZooKeys 472, 117-162.
Liriomyza huidobrensis (LIRIHU) Host
* Andersen A, Tran TTA, Nordhus E (2008) Distribution and importance of polyphagous Liriomyza species (Diptera, Agromyzidae) in vegetables in Vietnam. Norwegian Journal of Entomology 55, 149-164.
------- Confirmed host. Reared from infested leaves collected in the field.

* Cikman E, Beyarslan A, Civelek HS (2006) Parasitoids of leafminers (Diptera: Agromyzidae) from southeast Turkey with 3 new records. Turkish Journal of Zoology 30, 167-173.

* Echevarria A, Gimeno C, Jimenez R (1994) Liriomyza huidobrensis (Blanchard, 1926) (Diptera: Agromyzidae) una nueva plaga en cultivos valencianos. Boletin de Sanidad Vegetal. Plagas 20, 103-109.

* Fisher N, LaSalle J (2005) A new species of Neocharsocharis Kurdjumov (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae), a parasitoid of serpentine leafminers (Diptera: Agromyzidae) in southeast Asia. Zootaxa 1044, 27-34.

* Foba CN, Salifu D, Lagat ZO, Gitonga LM, Akutse KS, Fiaboe KKM (2015) Species composition, distribution, and seasonal abundance of Liriomyza leafminers (Ciptera: Agromyzidae) under different vegetable production systems and agroecological zones in Kenya. Environmental Entomology 44(2), 223-232.
------- Confirmed host. Reared from infested leaves collected in the field.

* Gallegos P (2000) Situacion actual y perspectivas de control del "minador de la hoja" Liriomyza huidobrensis en el cultivo de papa, en la provincia del Carchi. Revista Informativa INIAP 14, 19-20.

* Godinho M, Mexia A (2000) Leafminers (Liriomyza sp.) importance in greenhouses in the Oeste region of Portugal and its natural parasitoids as control agents in IPM programs. Bulletin IOBC-WPRS 23(1), 157-161.

* Hanafi A (2005) Invasive pests and diseases: A challenge to IPM in greenhouse crops. Phytoparasitica 33, 423-426.

* Hidalgo JE, Carballo VM (1991) Influence of weeds on the natural control agents of Liriomyza huidobrensis (Blanchard), (Diptera: Agromyzidae). Manejo Integrado de Plagas 20-21, 49-54.

* Koch CK, Waterhouse DF (2000) The distribution and importance of arthropods associated with agriculture and forestry in Chile. ACIAR Monograph no. 68, 234 pp.

* Korytkowski C (1982) Contribución al conocimiento de los Agromyzidae (Diptera: Acalyptratae) en el Perú. MS Thesis, Universidad Nacional Agraria, La Molina, Lima, 237 pp.

* Macdonald IAW, Reaser JK, Bright C, Neville LE, Howard GW, Murphy SJ, Preston G (eds) (2003) Invasive alien species in southern Africa; national reports and directory of resources. The Global Invasive Species Programme, Cape Town, South Africa, 125 pp.

* Maharjan R, Oh HW, Jung C (2014) Morphological and genetic characteristics of Liriomyza huidobrensis (Blanchard) (Diptera: Agromyzidae) infesting potato crops in Korea. Journal of Asia-Pacific Entomology 17, 281-286.

* Moura AP, Filho MM, Guimarães JA, Liz RS (2014) Manejo integrado de pragas do tomateiro para processamento industrial. Embrapa Hortaliças, Circular Técnica 129, 24 pp.

* Mujica M, Kroschel J (2011) Leafminer fly (Diptera: Agromyzidae) occurrence, distribution, and parasitoid associations in field and vegetable crops along the Peruvian coast. Environmental Entomology 40, 217-230.

* Nino L, Prieto L, Santiago V, Acevedo E (2009) Population fluctuation of leafminer (Liriomyza huidobrensis Blanchard) in potato crops from Pueblo Lano area in Merida State, Venezuela. Entomotropica 24(2), 65-70.

* Okoth CA (2010) Effect of host plant type on feeding, oviposition and survival of Liriomyza huidobrensis (Blanchard), Liriomyza sativae (Blanchard) and Liriomyza trifolii (Burgess) (Diptera: Agromyzidae) leafminers in Kenya.  M.S. thesis, Egerton University, Kenya.

* Rauf A, Shepard BM, Johnson MW (2000) Leafminers in vegetables, ornamental plants and weeds in Indonesia: surveys of host crops, species composition and parasitoids. International Journal of Pest Management 46, 257-266.
------- Confirmed host. Reared from infested leaves collected in the field.

* Scheffer SJ, Lewis ML, Joshi RC (2006) DNA barcoding applied to invasive leafminers (Diptera: Agromyzidae) in the Philippines. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 99, 204-210.

* Shindo JI, Kinota M, Inokuchi S, Kimura Y, Fujimura T (2005) Occurrence of pea leafminer, Liromyza huidobrensis (Blanchard) (Diptera: Agromyzidae), in Aomori Prefecture. Annual Report of the Society of Plant Protection of North Japan 56, 145-148.

* Sivapragasam A (2005) Experiences in managing invasive alien insect species in agro-ecosystems. Report of the Asia-Pacific Forest Invasive Species Network Workshop. RAP Publication, Bangkok, Thailand, pp 22-25. https://www.fao.org/3/ag117e/AG117E09.htm

* Valladares G (1984) Sobre el género Liriomyza Mik 1894 (Diptera, Agromyzidae) en la República Argentina. Revista de la Sociedad Entomologica Argentina 43, 13-36.

* van der Linden A (1990) Prospects for the biological control of Liriomyza huidobrensis (Blanchard) in Dutch glasshouse tomatoes. Medelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen Rijksuniversiteit Gent 56, 265-271.

* Wei J, Zou L, Kuang R, He L (2000) Influence of leaf tissue structure on host feeding selection by pea leafminer Liriomyza huidobrensis (Diptera: Agromyzidae). Zoological Studies 39, 295-300.

* 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/iew152

* 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/iew190
Liriomyza trifolii (LIRITR) Host
* Foba CN, Salifu D, Lagat ZO, Gitonga LM, Akutse KS, Fiaboe KKM (2015) Species composition, distribution, and seasonal abundance of Liriomyza leafminers (Ciptera: Agromyzidae) under different vegetable production systems and agroecological zones in Kenya. Environmental Entomology 44(2), 223-232.
------- confirmed host. Reared from infested leaves collected in the field

* Shiao SF (2004) Morphological diagnosis of six Liriomyza species (Diptera: Agromyzidae) of quarantine importance in Taiwan. Applied Entomology and Zoology 39, 27-39.
------- from collection specimen

* Zhang XR, Xing ZL, Lei ZR, Gao YL (2017) Recent Status of the Invasive Leafminer Liriomyza trifolii in China. Southwestern Entomologist 42(1), 301-304. https://doi.org/10.3958/059.042.0130
Lissachatina fulica (ACHAFU) Host
* Thiengo SC, Faraco FA, Salgado NC, Cowie RH, Fernandez MA (2007) Rapid spread of an invasive snail in South America: the giant African snail, Achatina fulica, in Brasil. Biological Invasions 9, 693-702.
Lucerne enation virus (LEV000) Host
Maconellicoccus hirsutus (PHENHI) Host
* Martins dos S. D, Fornazier MJ, Peronti ALBG, Culik MP, Souza CAS, Taques RC, Zanuncio Jr JS, Queiroz RB (2019) Maconellicoccus hirsutus (Hemiptera: Pseudococcidae) in Brazil: recent spread, natural enemies, and new hosts. Florida Entomologist 102(2), 438-443.  https://doi.org/10.1653/024.102.0225
------- Confirmed host in Brazil.
Meloidogyne exigua (MELGEX) Host
Meloidogyne floridensis (MELGFL) Host
* Marquez J, Forghani F, Hajihassani A (2021) First report of the root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne floridensis, on tomato in Georgia, USA. Plant Disease 105(4), 1228. https://doi.org/10.1094/PDIS-10-20-2286-PDN

* Marquez J, Hajihassani A (2023) Identification and virulence of five isolates of root-knot nematode Meloidogyne floridensis on vegetables. Plant Disease 107(5), 1522-15888.
Meloidogyne graminicola (MELGGC) Host
* Pan S, Liu C, Zhang F, Chen Z, Li Y (2022) First report of Meloidogyne graminicola on tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) in Hainan, China. Plant Disease 106(7), 2000-2001. https://doi.org/10.1094/PDIS-09-21-1942-PDN

* Rusinque L, Maleita C, Abrantes I, Palomares-Rius JE, Inácio ML (2021) Meloidogyne graminicola - A threat to rice production: review update on distribution, biology, identification, and management. Biology 10, 1163. https://doi.org/10.3390/biology10111163
Meloidogyne luci (MELGLC) Host
* Sen F, Aydinli (2021) Host status of cultivated crops to Meloidogyne luci. European Journal of Plant Pathology 161(3), 607-618.
------- In experiments, cvs. Barbaros F1, Falcon, H-2274, Rio Grande, Super Ancon were found to be excellent hosts.

* Strajnar P, Širca S, Knapič M & Urek G (2011) Effect of Slovenian climatic conditions on the development and survival of the root-knot nematode Meloidogyne ethiopica. European Journal of Plant Pathology 129, 81-88
-------In experiments, cv. San Marzano F1 was found to be an exelent host (RF = 91)
Meloidogyne mali (MELGMA) Host
* Ambrogioni L, Carletti B, Roversi PF (2014) Chapter 14 Nematodi galligeni pp. 338-365. In: Nematologia Agraria generale e applicata (Ambrogioni L., d'Errico F.P., Greco N., Marinari Palmisano A. Roversi P.F. eds.). Società Italiana di Nematologia - Tipografia Cuppini – Florence
------- confirmed host (in experimental conditions)
Moniliophthora perniciosa (CRNPPE) Host
Naupactus leucoloma (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.
Naupactus xanthographus (NAUPXA) Host
* Lanteri AA, Marvaldi AE, Suarez SM (2002) Gorgojos de la Argentina y sus plantas huespedes, Tomo I: Apionidae y Curculionidae. Publicacion Especial de la Sociedad Entomologica Agrentina.
------- reported as host but evidence is lacking that they can support completion of ful life cycle.
Nepovirus lycopersici (TORSV0) Host
* Akdura N, Sevik M (2021) Investigation of Tomato ringspot virus (ToRSV) by real-time TaqMan RT-PCR in Hakkari Province, Turkey. Journal of Agricultural Sciences (Tarim Bilimleri Dergisi) 27(3), 335-340.

* Moussa AB, Makni M, Marrakchi M (2000) Identification of the principal viruses infecting tomato crops in Tunisia. EPPO Bulletin 30(2), 293-296.
Nepovirus nicotianae (TRSV00) Host
* Šneideris D, Zitikaitė I, Žižytė M, Grigaliūnaitė B, Staniulis J (2012) Identification of nepoviruses in tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.). Žemdirbystė (= Agriculture) 99, 173-8.
Nepovirus nigranuli (as Solanum) (TBRV00) Host
Orthotospovirus arachianuli (GRSV00) Host
* Webster CG, Turechek WW, Mellinger HC, Frantz G, Roe N, Yonce H, Vallad GE, Adkins S (2011) Expansion of Groundnut ringspot virus host and geographic ranges in solanaceous vegetables in peninsular Florida. Plant Health Progress https://www.plantmanagementnetwork.org/pub/php/brief/2011/grsv/

* Williams LV, Lopez Lambertini PM, Shohara K, Biderbost EB (2001) Occurrence and geographical distribution of Tospovirus species infecting tomato crops in Argentina. Plant Disease 85(12), 1227-1229.
Orthotospovirus chrysanthinecrocaulis (CSNV00) Host
* Review of Plant Pathology, 78(4), p 368 (2778)

* Nagata T, Resende RD, Kitajima EW, Costa H, Inoue-Nagata AK, de Ávila AC (1998) First report of natural occurrence of zucchini lethal chlorosis tospovirus on cucumber and chrysanthemum stem necrosis tospovirus on tomato in Brazil. Plant Disease 82(12), 1403.
Orthotospovirus citrullomaculosi (WMSMOV) Host
* Chiemsombat P, Gajanandana O, Warin N, Hongprayoon R, Bhunchoth A, Pongsapich P (2008) Biological and molecular characterization of tospoviruses in Thailand. Archives of Virology 153, 571-577.

* Yin YY, Li TT, Lu X, Gu ZL, Zhao LL, Guo M, Zhao JF, Ding M (2016) First report of Watermelon silver mottle virus infecting tomato in Yunnan, China. Journal of Plant Pathology 98(3), p 681.
Orthotospovirus impatiensnecromaculae (INSV00) Host
* Adegbola RO, Marshall SH, Batuman O, Ullman DE, Gilbertson RL, Adkins S, Naidu RA (2019) Sequence analysis of the medium and small RNAs of impatiens necrotic spot virus reveals segment reassortment but not recombination.  Archives of Virology 164, 2829–2836.

* Daughtrey ML, Jones RK, Moyer JW, Daub ME, Baker JR (1997) Tospoviruses strike the greenhouse industry: INSV has become a major pathogen on flower crops. Plant Disease 81(11),  1220-1230.
Orthotospovirus tomatozonae (TZSV00) Host
* Dong JH, Cheng XF, Yin YY, Fang Q, Ding M, Li TT, Zhang LZ, Su XX, McBeath JH, Zhang ZK (2008) Characterization of tomato zonate spot virus, a new tospovirus in China. Archives of Virology 153(5), 855-864.
Pepper chat fruit viroid (PCFVD0) Host
Pepper chat fruit viroid (as Solanaceae) (PCFVD0) Host
Pepper huasteco yellow vein virus (PHYVV0) Host
* Idris AM, Lee SH, Brown JK (1999) First report of Chino del tomate and pepper huasteco geminiviruses in greenhouse-grown tomato in Sonora, Mexico. Plant Disease 83(4), p 396.
Pepper ringspot virus (PEPRSV) Host
* Kitajima EW,  Costa AS (1969) Association of pepper ringspot virus (Brazilian tobacco rattle virus) and host cell mitochondria. Journal of General Virology, 4(2), 177-181.
Phthorimaea operculella (PHTOOP) Host
* Chittenden FH (1912) The potato-tuber moth. USDA, Bureau of Entomology. Circular no. 162, 5 pp.

* Rondon SI, Gao Y (2018) The journey of the potato tuberworm around the world. In Perveen K (ed) Moths: Pests of potato, maize and sugar beet. IntechOpen, 17-52. http://dx.doi.org/10.5772/intechopen.81934
Phymatotrichopsis omnivora (PHMPOM) Host
* Anonymous (1960) Index of Plant Diseases in the United States. Agriculture Handbook no 165, USDA-ARS (US) 531 pp.
Phyrdenus muriceus (PHRDMU) Host
* Novo RJ, Viglianco A, Vaudagna E (2002) Efectos de insecticidas sobre el gorgojo de la papa, Phyrdenus muriceus (Germ.) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). AgriScientia 19, 3-10.

* Rouaux J, Cabrera N, Martínez AS, Posse MC, Luna MG (2020) Diversity and phenology of epigeal Coleoptera assemblages in lettuce and tomato crops in Northern Buenos Aires province, Argentina. Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciências 92 (supplement 1), e20181391, 15 pp.
Phytophthora capsici (PHYTCP) Host
Phytophthora cryptogea (PHYTCR) Host
Phytophthora nicotianae var. parasitica (PHYTNP) Host
Platynota stultana (PLAAST) Host
* Nelson RH (1936) Observations on the life history of Platynota stultana Wlsm. on greenhouse rose. Journal of Economic Entomology 29, 306–312.

* Powell JA (1980) Five insects believed to be newly established or recolonized on Santa Cruz Island, California (Dermaptera, Lepidoptera). Bulletin Southern California Academy of Science 79(3), 97-108.

* Powell JA (1983) Expanding geographical and ecological range of Platynota stultana in California. Pan–Pacific Entomologist 59, 233–239.
Popillia japonica (POPIJA) Host
* INTERNET
Regione Piemonte. Servizio fitosanitario. Lotte obbligatorie - Coleottero scarabeide del Giappone (Popillia japonica Newman). Popillia danni e difesa. https://www.regione.piemonte.it/web/sites/default/files/media/documenti/2019-06/popillia_danni_difesa.pdf
Potato deforming mosaic virus (Argentina) (as Solanum) (PDMV00) Host
Potato leaflet stunt agent (as Solanum) (POLS00) Host
Potato marginal flavescence agent (as Solanum) (POMF00) Host
Potato mop-top virus (as Solanum) (PMTV00) Host
Potato purple-top roll agent (as Solanum) (POPTR0) Host
Potato spindle tuber viroid (PSTVD0) Host
* Natarajamurthy S, Bhat SKS, Gottravalli Ramanayaka J (2021) Occurrence of natural infection of tomato by Potato spindle tuber viroid (PSTVd) in India. Australasian Plant Disease Notes 16, 20. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13314-021-00432-0

* Puchta H, Herold T, Verhoeven K, Roenhorst A, Ramm K, Schmidt-Puchta W, Sänger HL (1990) A new strain of potato spindle tuber viroid (PSTVd-N) exhibits major sequence differences as compared to all other PSTVd strains sequenced so far. Plant Molecular Biology 15, 509-511.
Potato virus Y tobacco veinal necrosis strain (as Solanum) (PVYN00) Host
Potato yellow vein virus (PYVV00) Host
* Muñoz Baena L, Gutiérrez Sánchez PA, Marín Montoya M (2017) Secuenciación del genoma completo del Potato yellow vein virus (PYVV) en tomate (Solanum lycopersicum) en Colombia. Acta Biológica Colombiana 22(1), 5-17. http://dx.doi.org/10.15446/abc.v22n1.59211

* Salazar L, Muller G, Querci M, Zapata J, Owens R (2000) Potato yellow vein virus: its host range, distribution in South America and identification as a Crinivirus transmitted by Trialeurodes vaporariorum. Annals of Applied Biology 137(1), 7-19. 
Potato yellow vein virus (as Solanum) (PYVV00) Host
Premnotrypes latithorax (as Solanum) (PREMLA) Host
Premnotrypes sanfordi (as Solanum) (PREMSA) Host
Premnotrypes solani (as Solanum) (PREMSO) Host
Premnotrypes suturicallus (as Solanum) (PREMSU) Host
Premnotrypes vorax (as Solanum) (PREMVO) Host
Pseudomonas cichorii (PSDMCI) Host
* Arshad S, Nematollahi S, Rouhrazi K, Khezrinejad N (2021) Characterization of Pseudomonas cichorii isolated from tomato and lettuce in Iran. Journal of Plant Pathology 103(3), 853-861.
Puccinia pittieriana (PUCCPT) Host
* Buriticá CP, Pardo-Cardona VM (1996) Flora Uredineana colombiana. Revista de la Academia Colombiana de Ciencias 20(77), 183-236.

* Buriticá CP, Yepes MS, Pardo-Cardona VM (2014) Pucciniales (Fungi), royas de Colombia. Revista Facultad Nacional de Agronomía, Medellín, 67 (Suplemento 1), S 1-93.

* Otálora MAG & Berndt R (2020) Overview of Puccinia (Uredinales) species on Solanaceae. Nova Hedwigia 110, 307–346.
Ralstonia solanacearum race 3 (no longer in use) (PSDMS3) Host
Rotylenchulus reniformis (ROTYRE) Host
Rotylenchus buxophilus (HELYBU) Host
Scirtothrips dorsalis (SCITDO) Host
* Sreerama Kumar P,  Rachana RR (2021) Scirtothrips dorsalis (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) is a pest of celery, Apium graveolens (Apiales: Apiaceae): first report and diagnostic characters. Journal of Integrated Pest Management 12(1), 46. https://doi.org/10.1093/jipm/pmab039
------- Confirmed host.
Septoria malagutii (as Solanum) (SEPTLM) Host
Spodoptera eridania (PRODER) Host
* Montezano DG, Specht A, Sosa-Gomez DR, Roque-Specht VF & de Barros NM (2014) Immature stages of Spodoptera eridania (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae): developmental parameters and host plants. Journal of Insect Science 14, 238. https://doi.org/10.1093/jisesa/ieu204
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 litura (PRODLI) Host
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.

* Capinera JL (2017) Yellowstriped Armyworm, Spodoptera ornithogalli (Guenée) (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Department of Entomology and Nematology, University of Florida /IFAS Extension, EENY216, 4p. https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/pdffiles/IN/IN37300.pdf

* Comstock JA (1965) Ciclo biologico de Prodenia ornithogalli Guenée (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Instituto de Biología, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Serie Zoologia 36, 199-202.

* Coto D, Saunders JL, Vargas-S CL, King ABS (1995) Plagas invertebradas de cultivos tropicales con énfasis em América Central-Um invetário. Turrialba, CATIE, 200 pp.

* Crumb SE (1929) Tobacco cutworms. USDA Technical Bulletin 88, p 179.

* Heppner JB (2007) Lepidoptera of Florida. Part 1. Introduction and catalog. Gainesville, Florida Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services, p 670.

* Kennedy GG, Romanow LR, Jenkins SF, Sanders DC (1983) Insects and diseases damaging tomato fruits in the coastal plain of North Carolina. Journal of Economic Entomology 76(1), 168-173.

* Poveda BD, Schwitzer DA (1964) Estudio biológico del Prodenia ornithogalli Guen. y del Prodenia sunia (Guen.) en três hospedeiros. Acta Agronômica 14(1), 71-101.

* 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

* Tietz HM (1972) An index to the described life histories, early stages and hosts of the Macrolepidoptera of the continental United States and Canada, 536 pp.

* Wolcott GN (1948) The insects of Puerto Rico. Journal of Agriculture of the University of  Puerto Rico 32, 417–748.
Spodoptera praefica (PRODPR) Host
* British Columbia Ministry of Agriculture. Western yellowstriped armyworm (Spodoptera praefica). https://rdno.civicweb.net/document/127358/western-yellowstriped-armyworm.pdf?handle=3CD053B4F8D54F9CBB93F8D6D5572C27

* EPPO (2015) EPPO Technical Document No. 1068, EPPO Study on Pest Risks Associated with the Import of Tomato Fruit. EPPO Paris. https://www.eppo.int/media/uploaded_images/RESOURCES/eppo_publications/td_1068_tomato_study.pdf

* Nandwani D (2013) Yield response of four beefsteak tomato cultivars in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Journal of Agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico 97(3/4), 181-184.

* 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
Squash leaf curl virus (SLCV00) Host
* Haj Ahmad F, Odeh W, Anfoka G (2013) First report on the association of Squash leaf curl virus and Watermelon chlorotic stunt virus with tomato yellow leaf curl disease. Plant Disease 7(3), 428. http://dx.doi.org/10.1094/PDIS-08-12-0712-PDN

* Fontenele RS, Bhaskara A, Cobb IN, Majure LC, Salywon AM, Avalos-Calleros JA, Argüello-Astorga GR, Schmidlin K, Roumagnac P, Ribeiro SG, Kraberger S (2021) Identification of the begomoviruses squash leaf curl virus and watermelon chlorotic stunt virus in various plant samples in North America. Viruses 13(5), 810. https://doi.org/10.3390/v13050810
Stagonosporopsis andigena (PHOMAN) Host
Stagonosporopsis crystalliniformis (STGSCR) Host
* Gruyter de, J, van Gent-Pelzer MPE, Woudenberg JHC, van Rijswick PCJ, Meekes ETM, Crous PW, Bonants PJM (2012) The development of a validated real-time (TaqMan) PCR for detection of Stagonosporopsis andigena and S. crystalliniformis in infected leaves of potato and tomato. European Journal of Plant Pathology 2012(2), 301-313.

* Loerakker WM, Navarro B, Lobo M, Turkensteen LJ (1986) [Phoma andina var. crystalliniformis var. nov., a new pathogen of tomato and potato in the Andes]. Fitopatologia 21(2), 99-102 (in Spanish).
-------- Restricted to the Andes at altitudes 1500-3700 m. Frequently isolated from leaf spots on potatoes > 3000 m in Colombia.
Synchytrium endobioticum (as Solanum) (SYNCEN) Host
Thaumatotibia leucotreta (ARGPLE) Host
* Patrick EM, Koomen I, Ndlela S, Wesonga JM (2021) Effect of Moisture Stress on the Development of False Codling Moth Thaumatotibia leucotreta (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) on Two Tomato Varieties. Neotropical Entomology. 2021 Aug 18:1-7.
------- confirmed host.

* USDA (2010) New pest response guidelines: false codling moth Thaumatotibia leucotreta. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Animal Plant Health Inspection Service, Plant Protection and Quarantine, Emergency and Domestic Programs, Riverdale, Maryland. 

* Venette R, Davis CEE, DaCosta M, Heisler H & Larson M (2003) Mini Risk Assessment: False codling moth, Thaumatotibia (=Cryptophlebia) leucotreta (Meyrick) [Lepidoptera: Tortricidae]. University of Minnesota, Department of Entomology, CAPS PRA. 1-30 pp. 
Thrips palmi (THRIPL) Host
* Duran IC, Mesa NC, Estrada EI (1999) [Life cyle of Thrips palmi (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) and host plant registered in the Cauca Valley]. Revista Colombiana de Entomologia 25(3/4), 109-120 (in Spanish).

* Elizondo AI, Murguido CA, Pérez I, Piedra F, Peña E, Martínez M, Martell M, de los Ángeles Fernández M, Sariol H, Rodríguez S, Jiménez R, Granda G, Palacios F (2003) Thrips palmi Karny en la agricultura cubana. Fitosanidad 7(2), 1-9.

* Pantoja A, Segarra A, Ruiz H,  Medina Gaud S (1988) Thrips palmi: a new insect pest for Puerto Rico. Journal of Agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico 72, 327.

* Sartiami D, Mound LA (2013) Identification of the terebrantian thrips (Insecta, Thysanoptera) associated with cultivated plants in Java, Indonesia. ZooKeys 306, 1-21.
Thrips parvispinus (THRIPV) Host
* Sartiami D, Mound LA (2013) Identification of the terebrantian thrips (Insecta, Thysanoptera) associated with cultivated plants in Java, Indonesia. ZooKeys 306, 1–21. https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.306.5455
------- Collected from this plant in Java (Indonesia).
Thrips setosus (THRISE) Host
Tobacco rattle virus (TRV000) Host
* Ben Moussa A, Makni M, Marrakchi M (2000) Identification of the principal viruses infecting tomato crops in Tunisia. EPPO Bulletin 30(2), 293-296.
Tobacco streak ilarvirus potato strain (as Solanum) (TSVP00) Host
Tomato big bud phytoplasma (PHYP01) Host
Tombusvirus lycopersici (TBSV00) Host
* Kim MK, Kwak HR, Jeong SG, Ko SJ, Lee SH, Park JW, Kim KH, Choi HS, Cha BJ (2007) First report on Tomato bushy stunt virus infecting tomato in Korea. The Plant Pathology Journal. 23(3), 143-150.
Trialeurodes ricini (TRIARI) Host
Tymovirus dulcamarae (as Solanum) (DUMV00) Host
Verticillium albo-atrum (VERTAA) Host
Watermelon chlorotic stunt virus (WMCSV0) Host
* Ahmad FH, Odeh W, Anfoka G (2013) First report on the association of Squash leaf curl virus and Watermelon chlorotic stunt virus with Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Disease. Plant Disease 97(3), 428.  https://doi.org/10.1094/PDIS-08-12-0712-PDN
Zaprionus indianus (ZAPRIN) Host
Zeugodacus cucumis (DACUCM) Host
* Dominiak BC, Worsley P (2018) Review of cucumber fruit fly, Bactrocera cucumis (French) (Diptera: Tephritidae: Dacinae) in Australia: Part 1, host range, surveillance and distribution. Crop Protection 106, 79-85.
Zeugodacus cucurbitae (DACUCU) Host
* De Meyer M, Delatte H, Mwatawala M, Quilici S, Vayssières JF, Virgilio M (2015) A review of the current knowledge on Zeugodacus cucurbitae (Coquillett) (Diptera, Tephritidae) in Africa, with a list of species included in Zeugodacus. ZooKeys 540, 539-557. https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.540.9672

* Leblanc L (2022) The dacine fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae: Dacini) of Oceania. Insecta Mundi 0948, 1-167. https://journals.flvc.org/mundi/article/view/131965/135549
Zonosemata electa (ZONOEL) Host
* INTERNET
The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station (CAES). Insect Fact Sheets. Pepper maggot - Zonosemata electa (Say). https://portal.ct.gov/-/media/CAES/DOCUMENTS/Publications/Fact_Sheets/Entomology/Pepper_Maggot_Zonosemata.pdf
Aculops lycopersici (VASALY) Major host
* Łabanowski GS (2017) The threat of greenhouse horticultural crops by pests. Zeszyty Naukowe Instytutu Ogrodnictwa, 25, 39-56. (in Polish with English abstract).
Aleurothrixus trachoides (ALTRTR) Major host
* Sundararaj R, Krishnan S, Sumalatha BV (2021) Invasion and expansion of exotic whiteflies (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) in India and their economic importance. Phytoparasitica 49(5), 851-863.
Atherigona orientalis (ATHEOR) Major host
* Anooj SS, Kalia V, Ganiger PC, Krishna GK (2019) A note on Atherigona orientalis Schiner infesting tomato in India. Indian journal of Entomology 81(4), 900-903.
------- primary pest. 

* Ogbalu OK, Umeozor OC, Ebere N (2005) Oviposition deterrent effect of extracts of neem against Atherigona orientalis (Schiner) on pepper (Capsicum annum) and tomato (Lycopersicon ecsulentum) fruits in Nigeria. Indian Journal of Agricultural Research, 39(1), 18-24
------- primary pest. 

* Suh SJ, Kwon YJ (2016) First finding of a quarantine pest, Atherigona (Acritochaeta) orientalis Schiner (Diptera: Muscidae), in Korea. Entomological Research, 46(3), 185-189.
Bactericera cockerelli (PARZCO) Major host
* Martin NA (2008) Host plants of the potato/tomato psyllid: a cautionay tale. The Weta 35, 12-16.

* Wallis RL (1955) Ecological studies on the potato psyllid as a pest of potatoes. USDA Technical Bulletin, 1107.
Bactrocera latifrons (DACULA) Major host
* Allwood AL, Chinajariyawong A, Drew RAI, Hamacek EL, Hancock DL, Hengsawad C,  Jipanin JC, Jirasurat M, Kong Krong C, Kritsaneepaiboon S, Leong CTS, Vijaysegaran S (1999) Host plant records for fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) in Southeast Asia.  Raffles Bulletin of Zoology, Supplement, 7, 1-92.

* McQuate GT, Liquido NJ (2016) Provisional list of suitable host plants of Bactrocera (Bactrocera) latifrons (Hendel) (Diptera: Tephritidae), Version 1.0. Available online at USDA Compendium of Fruit Fly Host Information (CoFFHI). 

* Mziray HA, Makundi RH, Mwatawala M, Maerere A, De Meyer M (2010) Host use of Bactrocera latifrons, a new invasive tephritid species in Tanzania. Journal of Econonmic Entomololy 103(1), 70-76.
------- Confirmed host.
Bactrocera tryoni (DACUTR) Major host
* Hancock D, Hamacek EL, Lloyd AC, Elson-Harris MM (2000) The distribution and host plants of fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) in Australia. Queensland Department of Primary Industries, 75 pp.

* Leblanc L, Vueti ET, Drew AI, Allwood AJ (2012) Host plant records for fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae: Dacini) in the Pacific islands. Proceedings of the Hawaiian Society 44, 11-53.
Bemisia tabaci (BEMITA) Major host
Blunervirus solani (TOFBV0) Major host
* Ciuffo M, Kinoti WM, Tiberini A, Forgia M, Tomassoli L, Constable FE, Turina M (2020) A new blunervirus infects tomato crops in Italy and Australia. Archives of Virology 165, 2379-2384.
'Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum' (LIBEPS) Major host
* Ling KS, Lin H, Lexis Ivey ML, Shang W, Miller SA (2011) First report of 'Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum' naturally infecting tomatoes in the state of Mexico, Mexico. Plant Disease 95(8), 1026-1027.
'Candidatus Phytoplasma solani' (PHYPSO) Major host
* Ember I, Acs Z, Munyaneza JE, Crosslin JM, Kolber M (2011) Survey and molecular detection of phytoplasmas associated with potato in Romania and southern Russia. European Journal of Plant Pathology 130(3), 367-377.

* Quaglino F, Zhao Y, Casati P, Bulgari D, Bianco PA, Wei W, Davis RE (2013) ‘Candidatus Phytoplasma solani’, a novel taxon associated with stolbur- and bois noir-related diseases of plants. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 63, 2879-2894.
Ceratothripoides brunneus (CRTZBR) Major host
Ceratothripoides claratris (CRTZCL) Major host
* Premachandra WTS, Borgemeister C (2006) Infestation of Ceratothripoides claratris (Shumsher) (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) on selected food crops in Thailand. Ruhuna Journal of Science 1(1), 41-46.

* Steenken N, Halaweh N (2011) Host plant preference study for Ceratothripoides claratris (Shumsher) (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) and CaCV (Genus Tospovirus; Family Bunyaviridae) in Bangkok, Thailand. Journal of Entomology 8(2), 198-203.
Chino del tomate virus (TLCRV0) Major host
Clavibacter michiganensis (CORBMI) Major host
* Bradbury JF (1986) Guide to plant pathogenic bacteria. CAB International, Wallingford, UK, 332 pp.

* Smith EF (1910) A new tomato disease of economic importance. Science 803, 794–796.
Columnea latent viroid (CLVD00) Major host
* Bhuvitarkorn S, Klinkong S and Reanwarakorn K (2019) Enhancing Columnea latent viroid detection using reverse transcription loop-mediated isothermal amplification (RT-LAMP). International Journal of Agricultural Technology 15(2): 215-228
------- confirmed host
Epitrix similaris (EPIXSI) Major host
Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. radicis-lycopersici (FUSARL) Major host
Helicoverpa zea (HELIZE) Major host
* Graham HM, Hernandez Jr NS, Llanes JR (1972) The role of host plants in the dynamics of populations of Heliothis spp. Environmental Entomology 1(4), 424-431.

* Hardwick DF (1965) The corn earworm complex. Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Canada, 97, 5–247.
Keiferia lycopersicella (GNORLY) Major host
* Elmore JC, Howland AF (1943) Life history and control of the tomato pinworm. USDA Technical Bulletin no. 841, 30 pp.

* Poe SL (1973) Tomato pinworm, Keiferia lycopersicella (Walshingham) (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae). IFAS Extension, University of Florida. . https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/pdf/IN/IN23100.pdf

* Ramirez BA, Carballo VM, Saunders JL (1989) Niveles de daño economico de Keiferia lycopersicella en tomate. Manejo Integrado de Plagas. 14, 1-17. 
Leucinodes africensis (LEUIAF) Major host
* Mally R, Korycinska A, Agassiz DJL, Hall J, Hodgetts J, Nuss M (2015) Discovery of an unknown diversity of Leucinodes species damaging Solanaceae fruits in sub-Saharan Africa and moving in trade (Insecta, Lepidoptera, Pyraloidea). ZooKeys 472, 117-162.
Liriomyza bryoniae (LIRIBO) Major host
* Abul-Nasr S & Assem AH (1961) A leaf miner, Liriomyza bryoniae (Kalt), attacking cucurbitaceous plants in Egypt. Bulletin of the Entomological Society of Egypt 45, 401-403.

* Albasha MO, Elkhouly AR, Shelig N (2021) Seasonal abundance and host plant preference of the tomato leaf miner Liriomyza bryoniae (Kaltenbach) (Diptera: Agromyzidae) on three summer host plants in Janzour region, Libya . Journal of Agriculture Research and Life Sciences 2(1) 66-70.

* Foba CN, Salifu D, Lagat ZO, Gitonga LM, Akutse KS, Fiaboe KKM (2015) Species composition, distribution, and seasonal abundance of Liriomyza leafminers (Ciptera: Agromyzidae) under different vegetable production systems and agroecological zones in Kenya. Environmental Entomology 44(2), 223-232.
------- Confirmed host. Reared from infested leaves collected in the field.

* Ostrauskas H, Pakalniškis S, Taluntytė L(2003) The species composition of plant mining dipterous (Insecta: Diptera) of greenhouse surroundings in Lithuania. Ekologija 3, 3-11.

* Tran DH (2009) Agromyzid leaf miners and their parasitoids on vegetables in Central Vietnam. Journal of the International Society for Southeast Asian Agricultural Sciences 15(2), 21-33.
------- Confirmed host. Reared from infested leaves collected in commercial vegetable fields.
Liriomyza sativae (LIRISA) Major host
* Blacket MJ, Rice AD, Semeraro L, Malipatil MB (2015) DNA-based identifications reveal multiple introductions of the vegetable leafminer Liriomyza sativae (Diptera: Agromyzidae) into the Torres Strait islands and Papua New Guinea. Bulletin of Entomological Research 105, 533–544. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0007485315000383

* Foba CN, Salifu D, Lagat ZO, Gitonga LM, Akutse KS, Fiaboe KKM (2015) Species composition, distribution, and seasonal abundance of Liriomyza leafminers (Ciptera: Agromyzidae) under different vegetable production systems and agroecological zones in Kenya. Environmental Entomology 44(2), 223-232.
------- confirmed host. Reared from infested leaves collected in the field

* Mazumdar S, Bhuiya BA (2017) True flies: biology and plant hosts of vegetable leafminer Liriomyza sativae Blanchard (Diptera: Agromyzidae) from Bangladesh. Bugs R All no 159. In: Zoo’s Print 32(8), 12-21.

* Rauf A, Shepard BM, Johnson MW (2000) Leafminers in vegetables, ornamental plants and weeds in Indonesia: Surveys of host crops, species composition and parasitoids. International Journal of Pest Management 46, 257-266.
------- confirmed host. Reared from infested leaves collected in the field

* Stegmaier CE (1966) Host plants and parasites of Liriomyza munda in Florida (Diptera: Agromyzidae). Florida Entomologist 49(2), 81-86.
------- confirmed host. Rearing record

* Tran DH (2009) Agromyzid leaf miners and their parasitoids on vegetables in Central Vietnam. Journal of the International Society for Southeast Asian Agricultural Sciences 15(2), 21-33.
------- confirmed host. Reared from infested leaves collected in commercial vegetable fields
Meloidogyne chitwoodi (MELGCH) Major host
* Nyczepir AP, O'Bannon JH, Santo GS, Finley AM (1982) Incidence and distinguishing characteristics of Meloidogyne chitwoodi and M. hapla in potato from the northwestern United States. Journal of Nematology 14, 347-353.

* Santo GS, O'Bannon JH, Finley AM, Golden AM (1980) Occurrence and host range of a new root-knot nematode (Meloidogyne chitwoodi) in the Pacific northwest. Plant Disease 64, 951-952.
Meloidogyne enterolobii (MELGMY) Major host
* Yang B, Eisenback JD (1983) Meloidogyne enterolobii n.sp. (Meloidogynidae), a root-knot nematode parasitizing pacara earpot tree in China. Journal of Nematology 15(3), 381–391

* Brito JA, Kaur R, Cetintas R, Stanley JD, Mendes ML, McAvoy EJ, Powers TO, Dickson DW (2008) Identification and isozyme characterization of Meloidogyne spp. infecting horticultural and agronomic drops, and weeds in Florida. Nematology 10(5), 757-766. https://doi.org/10.1163/156854108785787253
------- confirmed host as Solanum esculentu

* Kiewnick S, Karssen G, Brito JA, Oggenfuss M, Frey JE (2008) First report of root-knot nematode Meloidogyne enterolobii on tomato and cucumber in Switzerland. Plant Disease. 92, 1370.
------- confirmed host.
Meloidogyne ethiopica (MELGET) Major host
* Carneiro R M D G, Gomes C B, Almeida M R A, Gomes A C M M & Martins I (2003) First record of Meloidogyne ethiopica Whitehead, 1968 on kiwi in Brazil and reaction of different plant species. (Primeiro Registro de Meloidogyne ethiopica Whitehead, 1968, em plantas de quivi no Brasil e reação em diferentes plantas cultivadas.). Nematologia Brasileira, 27(2), 151-158.

* Mandefro W & Dagne K (2000) Cytogenetic and esterase isozyme variation of root-knot nematode populations from Ethiopia. Afr. J. Plant. Prot. 10, 39-47.

* Gabriel M, Kulczynski SM, Belle C, Kirsch VG & Calderan-Bisognin A (2018) Reação de gramíneas forrageiras a Meloidogyne spp. e Pratylenchus brachyurus. Nematropica 48(2), 155-163.
-------In experiments, cv. Santa Cruz was found to be a good host.
Meloidogyne fallax (MELGFA) Major host
* Goossens JJM (1995) Host range test of Meloidogyne n.sp. In: Annual Report 1994 Diagnostic Centre, pp. 95-97. Plant Protection Service, Wageningen (NL).
Nacobbus aberrans sensu lato (NACOBA) Major host
* Manzanilla-López RH, Costilla MA, Doucet M, Inserra RN, Lehman PS, Cid del Prado-Vera I, Souza RM, Evans K (2002) The genus Nacobbus Thorne & Allen, 1944 (Nematoda: Pratylenchidae): systematics, distribution, biology and management. Nematropica 32, 149-226.
Neoceratitis cyanescens (CERTCY) Major host
* Rasolofoarivao H, Raveloson Ravaomanarivo LH, Delatte H (2021) Host plant ranges of fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) in Madagascar. Bulletin of Entomological Research 1–12. https://doi.org/10.1017/ S0007485321000511
Neoleucinodes elegantalis (NEOLEL) Major host
* Capps HW (1948) Status of the pyraustid moths of the genus Leucinodes in the world, with descriptions of new genera and species. Proceedings of the United States National Museum 98(3223), 69-83.

* Díaz AE, González R, Solis MA & Saldamando-Benjumea CI (2015). Evidence of sexual selection in Neoleucinodes elegantalis (Lepidoptera: Crambidae): correlation of female moth genitalia and Solanaceae host fruit size. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 108(3), 272-281.
Nepovirus nigranuli (TBRV00) Major host
* Zarzyńska‐Nowak A, Hasiów‐Jaroszewska B, Budzyńska D, Trzmiel K (2020) Genetic variability of Polish tomato black ring virus isolates and their satellite RNAs. Plant Pathology 69(8), 1034– 1041. https://doi.org/10.1111/ppa.13188
Orthotospovirus tomatoflavi (TCSV00) Major host
* Londoño A, Capobianco H, Zhang S, Polston J (2012) First record of Tomato chlorotic spot virus in the USA. Tropical Plant Pathology 37(5), 333-338.
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.
Pelargonium zonate spot virus (PZSV00) Major host
Pepino mosaic virus (PEPMV0) Major host
* Van der Vlugt RAA, Stijger CCMM, Verhoeven JThJ, Lesemann DE (2000) First report of Pepino mosaic virus on tomato. Plant Disease 84, 103.
Pepper golden mosaic virus (PEPGMV) Major host
Phenacoccus solenopsis (PHENSO) Major host
* Abbes K, Harbi A, Wanassi T, Ricupero M, Mazzeo G, Russo A, Biondi A, Zappalà L, Chermiti B (2023) The cotton mealybug Phenacoccus solenopsis Tinsley (Hemiptera: Pseudococcidae) is spreading in North Africa: first report in Tunisia. Oriental Insects. https://doi.org/10.1080/00305316.2023.2253237

* Ricupero M, Biondi A, Russo A, Zappalà L, Mazzeo G (2021) The cotton mealybug is spreading along the Mediterranean: first pest detection in Italian tomatoes. Insects 12(8), 675. https://doi.org/10.3390/insects12080675

* Ülgentürk S, Ercan C, Yaşar B, Kaydan MB (2022) Checklist of Turkish Coccoidea (Hemiptera: Sternorryncha) species. Trakya University Journal of Natural Sciences 23(Special Issue), S113-S129. https://doi.org/10.23902/trkjnat.1123152
Potato yellow mosaic virus (PYMV00) Major host
* Polston JE, Anderson PK (1997) The emergence of whitefly-transmitted geminiviruses in tomato in the Western Hemisphere. Plant Disease 81(12) 1358-1369.

* Romay G, Chirinos DT, Geraud-Pouey F, Torres M, Bragard C (2016) First report of Potato yellow mosaic virus infecting Solanum americanum in Venezuela. New Disease Reports 34, 20.

* Vaca-Vaca JC, Jara-Tejada F, Lopez-Lopez K (2020) Partial molecular characterization of begomoviruses isolated from weeds collected in tomato crops in the southeast of Valle del Cauca, Colombia. Revista Colombiana de Ciencias Hortícolas 14(1), 115-124.

Prodiplosis longifila (PRDILO) Major host
* Hernandez LH, Guzman YC, Martinez-Arias A, Manzano MR, Selvaraj JJ (2015) The bud midge Prodiplosis longifila: Damage characteristics, potential distribution and presence on a new crop host in Colombia. Springerplus 4(205) DOI 10.1186/s40064-015-0987-6.
------- confirmed host.

* Diaz-Silva F (2011) [Agroecological aspects for the integrated management of Prodiplosis longifila Gagné in the irrigation of Chavimochic]. Escuela de Ciencias Biológicas, Universidad de Trujillo, Trujillo, PERU (in Spanish).

* Valarezo O, Cañarte E, Navarrete B, Arias M (2003) [Prodiplosis longifila (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) main tomato pest in Ecuador.] Manual 51, INIAP, Ecuador. (in Spanish)
Pseudococcus viburni (PSECOB) Major host
Ralstonia pseudosolanacearum (RALSPS) Major host
* Klass TL, Hayes MM, Seng KH, An C, Rotondo F, Shoaf WW, Ong S, Tho KE, Allen C, Miller SA, Jacobs JM (2020) First report of bacterial wilt of tomato caused by Ralstonia pseudosolanacearum (Ralstonia solanacearum phylotype I) in Cambodia. Plant Disease 104(3), p 969.

* Kunwar S, Bamazi B, Banito A, Carter M, Weinstein S, Steidl O, Hayes MM, Allen C, Paret M (2021) First report of bacterial wilt wisease of tomato, pepper, and gboma caused by Ralstonia solanacearum Species Complex in Togo. Plant Disease 105(2), 484. 
Ralstonia solanacearum (RALSSL) Major host
* Gutarra L, Herrera J, Fernandez E, Kreuze J, Lindqvist-Kreuze H (2017) Diversity, pathogenicity, and current occurrence of bacterial wilt bacterium Ralstonia solanacearum in Peru. Frontiers in Plant Science 8, 1221 DOI=10.3389/fpls.2017.01221

* Hong JC, Norman DJ, Reed DL, Momol MT and Jones JB (2012) Diversity among Ralstonia solanacearum strains isolated from the southeastern United States. Phytopathology 102:924-936.

* Mahbou Somo Toukam G, Cellier G, Wicker E, Guilbaud C, Kahane R, Allen C, Prior P (2009) Broad diversity of Ralstonia solanacearum strains in Cameroon. Plant Disease 93, 1123-1130

* N'Guessan CA, Abo K, Fondio L, Chiroleu F, Lebeau A, Poussier S, Wicker E, and Koné D (2012) So near and yet so far: the specific case of Ralstonia solanacearum populations from Côte d'Ivoire in Africa. Phytopathology 102, 733-740

* Poussier S, Prior P, Luisetti J, Hayward C, Fegan M (2000) Partial sequencing of the hrpB and endoglucanase genes confirms and expands the known diversity within the Ralstonia solanacearum Species Complex. Systematic and Applied Microbiology 23, 479-486

* Ramsubhag A, Lawrence D, Cassie D, Fraser R, Umaharan P, Prior P and Wicker E (2012) Wide genetic diversity of Ralstonia solanacearum strains affecting tomato in Trinidad, West Indies. Plant Pathology, 61: 844-857 

* Wicker E, Grassart L, Coranson-Beaudu R, Mian D, Guilbaud C, Fegan M, Prior P (2007) Ralstonia solanacearum strains from Martinique (French West Indies) exhibiting a new pathogenic potential. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 73(21), 6790-801. doi: 10.1128/AEM.00841-07
Ralstonia solanacearum race 1 (no longer in use) (PSDMS1) Major host
Ralstonia solanacearum species complex (RALSSO) Major host
* Klass TL, Hayes MM, Seng KH, An C, Rotondo F, Shoaf WW, Ong S, Tho KE, Allen C, Miller SA, Jacobs JM (2020) First report of bacterial wilt of tomato caused by Ralstonia pseudosolanacearum (Ralstonia solanacearum phylotype I) in Cambodia. Plant Disease 104(3), p 969.

* Kunwar S, Bamazi B, Banito A, Carter M, Weinstein S, Steidl O, Hayes MM, Allen C, Paret M (2021) First report of bacterial wilt wisease of tomato, pepper, and gboma caused by Ralstonia solanacearum Species Complex in Togo. Plant Disease 105(2), 484. 

* Gutarra L, Herrera J, Fernandez E, Kreuze J, Lindqvist-Kreuze H (2017) Diversity, pathogenicity, and current occurrence of bacterial wilt bacterium Ralstonia solanacearum in Peru. Frontiers in Plant Science 8, 1221 DOI=10.3389/fpls.2017.01221

* Hong JC, Norman DJ, Reed DL, Momol MT and Jones JB (2012) Diversity among Ralstonia solanacearum strains isolated from the southeastern United States. Phytopathology 102:924-936.

* Mahbou Somo Toukam G, Cellier G, Wicker E, Guilbaud C, Kahane R, Allen C, Prior P (2009) Broad diversity of Ralstonia solanacearum strains in Cameroon. Plant Disease 93, 1123-1130

* N'Guessan CA, Abo K, Fondio L, Chiroleu F, Lebeau A, Poussier S, Wicker E, and Koné D (2012) So near and yet so far: the specific case of Ralstonia solanacearum populations from Côte d'Ivoire in Africa. Phytopathology 102, 733-740

* Poussier S, Prior P, Luisetti J, Hayward C, Fegan M (2000) Partial sequencing of the hrpB and endoglucanase genes confirms and expands the known diversity within the Ralstonia solanacearum Species Complex. Systematic and Applied Microbiology 23, 479-486

* Ramsubhag A, Lawrence D, Cassie D, Fraser R, Umaharan P, Prior P and Wicker E (2012) Wide genetic diversity of Ralstonia solanacearum strains affecting tomato in Trinidad, West Indies. Plant Pathology, 61: 844-857 

* Safni I, Subandiyah S, Fegan M (2018) Ecology, Epidemiology and Disease Management of Ralstonia syzygii in Indonesia. Frontiers in Microbiology 9, 419
------- confirmed host of Ralstonia syzygii subsp. indonesiensis.

* Wicker E, Grassart L, Coranson-Beaudu R, Mian D, Guilbaud C, Fegan M, Prior P (2007) Ralstonia solanacearum strains from Martinique (French West Indies) exhibiting a new pathogenic potential. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 73(21), 6790-801. doi: 10.1128/AEM.00841-07
Ralstonia syzygii (RALSSY) Major host
* Safni I, Subandiyah S, Fegan M (2018) Ecology, Epidemiology and Disease Management of Ralstonia syzygii in Indonesia. Frontiers in Microbiology 9, 419
------- confirmed host of Ralstonia syzygii subsp. indonesiensis.
Ralstonia syzygii subsp. indonesiensis (RALSSI) Major host
* Safni I, Subandiyah S, Fegan M (2018) Ecology, Epidemiology and Disease Management of Ralstonia syzygii in Indonesia. Frontiers in Microbiology 9, 419
------- confirmed host.
Spodoptera littoralis (SPODLI) Major host
* Gacemi A, Taibi A, El Houda Abed N, M'hammedi Bouzina M, Bellague D, Tarmoul K (2019) Effect of four host plants on nutritional performance of cotton leafworm, Spodoptera littoralis (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Journal of Crop Protection 8(3), 361-371.

* Salama HS, Dimetry NZ, Salem SA (1970) On the host preference and biology of the cotton leaf worm Spodoptera littoralis Bois. Zeitschrift für Angewandte Entomologie 67(1-4), 261–266.
Tetranychus evansi (TETREV) Major host
* Azandémè-Hounmalon GY, Affognon HD, Assogba Komlan F, Tamó M, Fiaboe KKM, Kreiter S, Martin T (2015) Farmers’ control practices against the invasive red spider mite, Tetranychus evansi Baker & Pritchard in Benin. Crop Protection 76, 53-58.

* Migeon A, Ferragut F, Escudero-Colomar LA, Fiaboe K, Knapp M, de Moraes GJ, Ueckermann E, Navajas M (2009) Modelling the potential distribution of the invasive tomato red spider mite, Tetranychus evansi (Acari : Tetranychidae). Experimental and Applied Acarology 48, 199-212.

* Migeon A (2015) The Jean Gutierrez spider mite collection. Zookeys, 489: 15-24.

* Tian L, Jin PY, Sun CP, Hong XY (2019) First distribution record of the tomato red spider mite Tetranychus evansi (Acari: Tetranychidae) in mainland China. Systematic & Applied Acarology 24(6), 965–970.
------- confirmed host
Tomato apical stunt viroid (TASVD0) Major host
* Antignus Y, Lachman O, Pearlsmand M, Gofman R, Bar-Joseph M (2002) A new disease of greenhouse tomatoes in Israel caused by a distinct strain to Tomato apical stunt viroid (TASVd). Phytoparasitica, 30(5), 502-510.
Tomato brown rugose fruit virus (TOBRFV) Major host
* Luria N, Smith E, Reingold V, Bekelman I, Lapidot M, Levin I, Elad N, Tam Y, Sela N, Abu-Ras A, Ezra N(2017) A new Israeli Tobamovirus isolate infects tomato plants harboring Tm-22 resistance genes. PLoS ONE 12(1): e0170429. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0170429
------- confirmed host.

* Jewehan A, Salem N, Tóth Z, Salamon P, Szabó Z (2021) Screening of Solanum (sections Lycopersicon and Juglandifolia) germplasm for reactions to the tomato brown rugose fruit virus (ToBRFV). Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection. https://doi.org/10.1007/s41348-021-00535-x
Tomato chlorosis virus (TOCV00) Major host
* Shakeel MT, Al‐Saleh MA, Amer MA, Al‐Shahwan IM, Umar M, Dimou N, Orfanidou CG, Zakri AM, Katis NI (2017) Molecular characterization and natural host range of Tomato chlorosis virus in Saudi Arabia. Journal of Plant Pathology 99, 415–421. http://dx.doi.org/10.4454/jpp.v99i2.3860
------- Confirmed host.

* Wisler GC, Li RH, Liu HY, Lowry DS, Duffus JE (1998) Tomato chlorosis virus: A new whitefly‐transmitted, phloem limited, bipartite closterovirus of tomato. Phytopathology, 88, 402–409.
Tomato chlorotic dwarf viroid (TCDVD0) Major host
* Ling KS, Verhoeven JTJ, Singh RP, Brown JK (2009) First report of Tomato chlorotic dwarf viroid in greenhouse tomatoes in Arizona. Plant Disease 93(10), p 1075.
Tomato chocolàte virus (TOCHV0) Major host
* Verbeek M, Dullemans A, van den Heuvel H, Maris P, van der Vlugt R (2010) Tomato chocolàte virus: a new plant virus infecting tomato and a proposed member of the genus Torradovirus. Archives of Virology 155, 751-755.
Tomato dwarf leaf curl virus (TODLCV) Major host
Tomato golden mosaic virus (TGMV00) Major host
Tomato infectious chlorosis virus (TICV00) Major host
* Anfoka GH, Abhary MK (2007) Occurrence of Tomato infectious chlorosis virus (TICV) in Jordan. EPPO Bulletin 37, 186–190.
Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus (TOLCND) Major host
Damage on tomato is high for strains other than strain Es.

* Padidam M, Beachy RN and Fauquet CM, 1995. Tomato leaf curl geminivirus from India has a bipartite genome and coat protein is not essential for infectivity. Journal of General Virology, 76, 25–35.
------- confirmed host (first description of the virus)

* Rabadan MP, Aranda MA, Gomez P, Juarez M, Tayahi M (2019) El virus de rizado del tomate de Nueva Delhi (ToLCNDV) en cultivos y malas hierbas. Phytoma-Espana no.  306, 18-25.
------- Low incidence.

* Ruiz ML, Simon A, Velasco L, Garcia MC, Janssen D (2015) First report of Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus infecting tomato in Spain. Plant Disease 99, 894-894.
Tomato leaf curl Sinaloa virus (TOLCSI) Major host
Tomato mild mottle virus (TOMMOV) Major host
* Hiskias Y, Lesemann DE, Vetten HJ (1999) Occurrence, distribution and relative importance of viruses infecting hot pepper and tomato in the major growing areas of Ethiopia.  Journal of Phytopathology 147(1), 5-11.

* Nakhla MK, Sorensen A, Maxwell DP, Mejia L, Ramirez P, Karkashian J (2004) Molecular characterization of tomato-infecting begomoviruses in Central America and development of DNA-based detection methods. Acta Horticulturae no. 695, 277-288.

* Walkey DGA (1992) Two possible new potyviruses from the Yemen. Abstract of a paper presented at the 7th Conference ISHS Vegetable Virus Working Group (Athens, GR, 1992-07-12/16), 27-28.
Tomato mottle mosaic virus (TOMMV0) Major host
* Li R, Gao S, Fei Z, Ling KS (2013) Complete genome sequence of a new tobamovirus naturally infecting tomatoes in Mexico. Genome Announcements 1(5), e00794-13.

* Li Y, Wang Y, Hu J, Xiao L, Tan G, Lan P, Liu Y, Li F (2017) The complete genome sequence, occurrence and host range of Tomato mottle mosaic virus Chinese isolate. Virology Journal 14, 15. doi: 10.1186/s12985-016-0676-2
------ Mosaic, blistering and distortion.

* Zhan BH, Cao N, Wang KN, Zhou XP (2018) Detection and characterization of an isolate of Tomato mottle mosaic virus infecting tomato in China. Journal of Integrative Agriculture 17(5), 1207-1212. 
------- Confirmed host.

* Webster CG, Rosskopf EN, Lucas L, Mellinger HC, Adkins S (2014) First report of Tomato mottle mosaic virus infecting tomato in the United States. Plant Health Progress. https://doi.org/10.1094/PHP-BR-14-0023
Tomato mottle Taino virus (TOMOTV) Major host
Tomato mottle virus (TOMOV0) Major host
Tomato severe rugose virus (TOSRV0) Major host
* Gorayeb ES, do Nascimento SC, dos Santos AN, Batalhon L, Albuquerque MR, de Oliveira VG, de Souza VB, Bogo A, da Silva FN (2024) Survey of viruses and vectors in tomato plants, alternative hosts and weeds in the state of Santa Catarina, Brazil. Plant Pathology 73(2), 444-454.
Tomato yellow leaf curl Sardinia virus (TYLCSV) Major host
* Anfoka GH, Abhary M, Haj Ahmad F, Hussein AF, Rezk A, Akad F, Abou-Jawdah Y, Lapidot M, Vidavski F, Nakhla MK, Sobh H, Atamian H, Cohen L, Sobol I, Mazyad H, Maxwell DP, Czosnek H (2008) Survey of tomato yellow leaf curl disease-associated viruses in the Eastern Mediterranean Basin. Journal of Plant Pathology 90(2), 313-322.
Tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV0) Major host
* Basak J (2016) Tomato yellow leaf curl virus: a serious threat to tomato plants world wide. Journal of Plant Pathology and Microbiology, 7(4), 346.

* Cohen S, Antignus Y (1994) Tomato yellow leaf curl virus, a whitefly-borne geminivirus of tomatoes. In Advances in disease vector research. Springer New York, pp. 259-288.

* Moriones E, Navas-Castillo J (2000) Tomato yellow leaf curl virus, an emerging virus complex causing epidemics worldwide. Virus Research 71, 123–134.
Tomato yellow mosaic virus (TOYMV0) Major host
Tomato yellow vein streak virus (TOYVSV) Major host
Torradovirus lycopersici (TOTV00) Major host
* Alfaro-Fernández, A, Córdoba-Sellés MC, Juárez M, Herrera-Vásquez JA, Sánchez-Navarro JA, Cebrián MC, Font MI, Jordá C (2010) Occurrence and geographical distribution of the ‘Torrado’ disease in Spain. Journal of Phytopathology 158(7-8), 457-469.

* Alfaro-Fernández A, Córdoba-Sellés C, Cebrián MC, Sánchez-Navarro JA, Espino A, Martín R, Jordá C (2007) First report of Tomato torrado virus in tomato in the Canary Islands, Spain. Plant Disease 91(8), p 1060.

* Moodley V, Gubba A, Mafongoya PL (2020) Emergence and full genome analysis of tomato torrado virus in South Africa. Viruses 12(10),1167. https://doi.org/10.3390/v12101167

* Verbeek M, Dullemans AM, van den Heuvel JFJM, Maris PC, van der Vlugt RAA (2007) Identification and characterization of tomato torrado virus, a new plant picorna-like virus from tomato. Archives of Virology 152(5), 881-890.
Torradovirus marchitezum (TOANV0) Major host
* Verbeek M, Dullemans AM, Van den Heuvel JF, Maris PC, Van der Vlugt RA (2008) Tomato marchitez virus, a new plant picorna-like virus from tomato related to tomato torrado virus. Archives of virology 153(1), 127-134.
------- confirmed host.
Tuta absoluta (GNORAB) Major host
* Idriss GEA, du Plessis H, Khamis FM, Ekesi S, Tanga CM, Mohamed SA (2020) Host range and effects of plant speices on preference and fitness of Tuta absoluta (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae). Journal of Economic Entomology 113(3), 1279-1289.
------- Tomato is the preferred host.
Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. vesicatoria (no longer in use) (XANTAV) Major host
Xanthomonas euvesicatoria pv. euvesicatoria (XANTEU) Major host
* Ma X, Lewis Ivey ML, Miller SA (2011) First report of Xanthomonas gardneri causing bacterial spot of tomato in Ohio and Michigan. Plant Disease 95(2), p 1584.
Xanthomonas euvesicatoria pv. perforans (XANTPF) Major host
* Aiello D, Scuderi G, Vitale A, Firrao G, Polizzi G, Cirvilleri G (2013) A pith necrosis caused by Xanthomonas perforans on tomato plants. European Journal of Plant Pathology 137(1), 29-41.
Xanthomonas hortorum pv. gardneri (XANTGA) Major host
* Ma X, Lewis Ivey ML, Miller SA (2011) First report of Xanthomona gardneri causing bacterial spot of tomato in Ohio and Michigan. Plant Disease 95(2), p 1584.
Xanthomonas vesicatoria (XANTVE) Major host
* Roach R, Mann R, Gambly CG, Shivars RG, Rodoni B (2018) Identification of Xanthomonas species associated with bacterial leaf spot of tomato, capsicum and chilli crops in eastern Australia. European Journal of Plant Pathology 150(3), 595-608.
Alphanucleorhabdovirus tuberosum (as Solanaceae) (PYDV00) Wild/Weed
Alphanucleorhabdovirus tuberosum (as Solanum) (PYDV00) Wild/Weed
Potato yellowing virus (as Solanum) (PYV000) Wild/Weed
Spodoptera praefica (as Solanum) (PRODPR) Wild/Weed
* British Columbia Ministry of Agriculture. Western yellowstriped armyworm (Spodoptera praefica). https://rdno.civicweb.net/document/127358/western-yellowstriped-armyworm.pdf?handle=3CD053B4F8D54F9CBB93F8D6D5572C27
Stagonosporopsis andigena (as Solanaceae) (PHOMAN) Wild/Weed
Stagonosporopsis andigena (as Solanum) (PHOMAN) Wild/Weed
Thecaphora solani (as Solanum) (THPHSO) Wild/Weed