EPPO Global Database

Bactericera cockerelli(PARZCO)

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Potato plant with zebra chip and psyllid yellows symptoms

Courtesy: JE Munyaneza. United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)/Agricultural Research Service (ARS), Yakima Agricultural Research Laboratory

Potato psyllid field damage, staring with purpling and mortality of plants within 2-3 weeks depending on varieties

Courtesy: Oregon State University, Irrigated Agricultural Entomology Program (Rondon)

Bactericera cockerelli adults with eggs and white granule excrements

Courtesy: JE Munyaneza. United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)/Agricultural Research Service (ARS), Yakima Agricultural Research Laboratory

Life cycle of Bactericera cockerelli

Courtesy: Oregon State University, Irrigated Agricultural Entomology Program (Rondon)