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About Distribution Maps of Plant Pests

The need for accurate distribution data for plant pests is so important. Distribution Maps of Plant Pests, first published in 1951, are a respected, referenced source of such data, expertly compiled, validated and used by plant health organizations around the world. The maps provide an essential complement to expanding knowledge on plant pest distribution. Distribution Maps of Plant Pests continue to be the most authoritative source of information on the presence and extent of specific plant pests.

About the Plant Pest Maps

Distribution Maps of Plant Pests cover important arthropod pests affecting agriculture, horticulture and forestry. Two sets of maps are produced each year, comprising mostly of new maps with a number of map revisions (where significant changes have merited a revision). There are nine pests per map set. By the end of 2013 the total number of different species mapped in the series was over 770. These figures do not include new editions, and many maps have been revised following changes to taxonomy or distribution, some a number of times.

This site contains the complete archive of the Distribution Maps as well as the very latest publications. The maps can be searched by preferred scientific name, or synonyms, and browsed by taxonomic group or by year. Typing ‘yr:2017’ in the search box will return all maps published in 2017. A faceted search may be used to generate lists of maps, e.g. of pests which attack a particular host, or maps published in a particular year. The maps are available in pdf format and are designed to print out on either A4 or US legal sized paper (enable printer scaling for best results).

Producing the maps is a complex business. Find out more about the care and research that goes into making these maps as accurate as possible. 

 

About CABI

CABI is an independent international organization first established in 1910 as the Imperial Agricultural Bureaux, changing to the Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux in 1947 and finally to CAB International in 1987. CABI also includes the former Commonwealth Institute of Entomology (CIE) and Commonwealth Institute of Mycology (CMI) created in 1947, which became International Institutes (IIE and IMI, respectively) in 1987, the former International Institute of Biological Control (IIBC) and International Institute of Parasitology (IIP). CABI also publishes the world renowned CAB Abstracts database, books, journals and related publications and information products.

 

About EPPO

EPPO (European and Mediterranean Plant Protection Organization) is the regional plant protection organization (RPPO) for Europe and the Mediterranean area. It was founded in 1951 with 15 member countries and has 50 members. It has throughout its history, further to its role in recommending harmonized phytosanitary measures to its member countries, been closely concerned with detailed information on quarantine pests.

 

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