EPPO Global Database

Raffaelea quercivora(RAFFQU)

Hosts

Important note about the classification of host plants in GD:
Categories have been assigned by the EPPO Secretariat on the basis of available data at the time of entry. They correspond to a qualitative evaluation of the importance of the host plant for the pest concerned and remain indicative only.
Further explanation of categories is available in the guide.
Organism Type
Quercus dentata (QUEDN) Major host
* Ozaki K, Ueda A, Tokuda S, Wada H, Kitajima H (2020) First report of an ambrosia beetle, Platypus quercivorus, vector of Japanese oak wilt, in Hokkaido, northern Japan. Journal of Forest Research, DOI: 10.1080/13416979.2020.1860453
Quercus mongolica (QUEMO) Major host
* Endoh R, Suzuki M, Okada G, Takeuchi Y, Futai K (2011) Fungus symbionts colonizing the galleries of the ambrosia beetle Platypus quercivorus. Microbial ecology, 62(1), 106-120. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00248-011-9838-3
------- R. quercivora isolated from naturally wilted trees in Japan.

* Kinuura H, Kobayashi M (2006) Death of Quercus crispula by inoculation with adult Platypus quercivorus (Coleoptera: Platypodidae). Applied Entomology and Zoology 41(1), 123-128. http://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/aez/41/1/123/_pdf

* Ozaki K, Ueda A, Tokuda S, Wada H, Kitajima H (2020) First report of an ambrosia beetle, Platypus quercivorus, vector of Japanese oak wilt, in Hokkaido, northern Japan. Journal of Forest Research, DOI: 10.1080/13416979.2020.1860453
------- As Quercus crispula.
Quercus serrata (QUEGL) Major host
* Endoh R, Suzuki M, Okada G, Takeuchi Y, Futai K (2011) Fungus symbionts colonizing the galleries of the ambrosia beetle Platypus quercivorus. Microbial ecology, 62(1), 106-120. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00248-011-9838-3
------- R. quercivora isolated from naturally wilted trees in Japan.

* Ozaki K, Ueda A, Tokuda S, Wada H, Kitajima H (2020) First report of an ambrosia beetle, Platypus quercivorus, vector of Japanese oak wilt, in Hokkaido, northern Japan. Journal of Forest Research, DOI: 10.1080/13416979.2020.1860453
Castanopsis cuspidata (CSOCU) Host
* Endoh R, Suzuki M, Okada G, Takeuchi Y, Futai K (2011) Fungus symbionts colonizing the galleries of the ambrosia beetle Platypus quercivorus. Microbial ecology, 62(1), 106-120. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00248-011-9838-3
------- R. quercivora isolated from naturally wilted trees in Japan.
Quercus acutissima (QUEAS) Host
* Matsuda Y, Torii M, Yamada T, Ito SI (2012) Lessons from fungal inoculation experiments. How oak trees wilt and die by the infection of Japanese oak wilt pathogen. InInternational symposium on oak Forest preservation, Korea forest research institute, Seoul, Korea.  http://www. bio. mie-u. ac. jp/junkan/busshitsu/lab2/Abstract_matsuda0731_final. pdf.
------- the fungus survived in the seedlings after inoculation but did not kill the plants.
Quercus laurifolia (QUELF) Host
* Endoh R, Suzuki M, Okada G, Takeuchi Y, Futai K (2011) Fungus symbionts colonizing the galleries of the ambrosia beetle Platypus quercivorus. Microbial ecology, 62(1), 106-120. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00248-011-9838-3
------- R. quercivora isolated from naturally wilted trees in Japan.
Quercus palustris (QUEPA) Host
* Torii M, Matsuda Y, Ito S (2014) Extent of colonization by Raffaelea quercivora of artificially inoculated living and gamma‐ray‐sterilized seedlings of two Japanese and three American oak species. Forest Pathology. 44(2), 117-23.
------- incoluation studies.
Quercus robur (QUERO) Host
* Endoh R, Suzuki M, Okada G, Takeuchi Y, Futai K (2011) Fungus symbionts colonizing the galleries of the ambrosia beetle Platypus quercivorus. Microbial ecology, 62(1), 106-120. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00248-011-9838-3
------- R. quercivora isolated from naturally wilted Q. robur in Japan.

* Torii M, Matsushita T,  Matsuda Y, Shin−ichiro I (2012) Death of a foreign oak species by inoculation with Raffaelea quercivora. Tree and Forest Health 16, 119-122 (in Japanese with English Abstract, figure and table texts).
------- host in inoculation studies.
Castanopsis sieboldii (CSOCS) Experimental
* Matsuda Y, Torii M, Yamada T, Ito SI (2012) Lessons from fungal inoculation experiments. How oak trees wilt and die by the infection of Japanese oak wilt pathogen. InInternational symposium on oak Forest preservation, Korea forest research institute, Seoul, Korea.  http://www. bio. mie-u. ac. jp/junkan/busshitsu/lab2/Abstract_matsuda0731_final. pdf.
------- the fungus survived in the seedlings after inoculation but did not kill the plants (as Castanopsis cuspidata var. sieboldii).
Lithocarpus edulis (LIAED) Experimental
* Matsuda Y, Torii M, Yamada T, Ito SI (2012) Lessons from fungal inoculation experiments. How oak trees wilt and die by the infection of Japanese oak wilt pathogen. InInternational symposium on oak Forest preservation, Korea forest research institute, Seoul, Korea.  http://www. bio. mie-u. ac. jp/junkan/busshitsu/lab2/Abstract_matsuda0731_final. pdf.
------- inoculation studies (as Panasia edulis).
Quercus coccinea (QUECO) Experimental
* Torii M, Matsuda Y, Ito S (2014) Extent of colonization by Raffaelea quercivora of artificially inoculated living and gamma‐ray‐sterilized seedlings of two Japanese and three American oak species. Forest Pathology. 44(2), 117-23.
------- incoluation studies.
Quercus glauca (QUEGU) Experimental
* Matsuda Y, Torii M, Yamada T, Ito SI (2012) Lessons from fungal inoculation experiments. How oak trees wilt and die by the infection of Japanese oak wilt pathogen. InInternational symposium on oak Forest preservation, Korea forest research institute, Seoul, Korea.  http://www. bio. mie-u. ac. jp/junkan/busshitsu/lab2/Abstract_matsuda0731_final. pdf.
------- the fungus survived in the seedlings after inoculation but did not kill the plants.

* Torii M, Matsuda Y, Ito S (2014) Extent of colonization by Raffaelea quercivora of artificially inoculated living and gamma‐ray‐sterilized seedlings of two Japanese and three American oak species. Forest Pathology. 44(2), 117-23.
Quercus phillyreoides (QUEPI) Experimental
* Matsuda Y, Torii M, Yamada T, Ito SI (2012) Lessons from fungal inoculation experiments. How oak trees wilt and die by the infection of Japanese oak wilt pathogen. InInternational symposium on oak Forest preservation, Korea forest research institute, Seoul, Korea.  http://www. bio. mie-u. ac. jp/junkan/busshitsu/lab2/Abstract_matsuda0731_final. pdf.
------- the fungus survived in the seedlings after inoculation but did not kill the plants.
Quercus rubra (QUERU) Experimental
* Torii M, Matsushita T,  Matsuda Y, Shin−ichiro I (2012) Death of a foreign oak species by inoculation with Raffaelea quercivora. Tree and Forest Health 16, 119-122 (in Japanese).
------- Host in inoculation studies leading to death.

* Torii M, Matsuda Y, Ito S (2014) Extent of colonization by Raffaelea quercivora of artificially inoculated living and gamma‐ray‐sterilized seedlings of two Japanese and three American oak species. Forest Pathology. 44(2), 117-23.
------- inoculation studies.