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The leafhopper Scaphoideus titanus (Hemiptera: Cicadomorpha: Cicadellidae), an invasive deltocephaline species introduced into Europe from North America, is the vector of the most important phytoplasma disease in European viticulture, flavescence dorée. In this first electropenetrography (EPG)...

Author(s)
Chuche, J.; Backus, E. A.; Thiéry, D.; Sauvion, N.
Publisher
Elsevier Ireland Ltd, Shannon, Irish Republic
Citation
Journal of Insect Physiology, 2017, 102, pp 50-61
Abstract

Fungi in the genus Geosmithia (Ascomycota: Hypocreales) are frequent associates of bark beetles and woodborers that colonize hardwood and coniferous trees. One species, Geosmithia morbida, is an economically damaging invasive species. The authors surveyed the Geosmithia species of California and...

Author(s)
Kolařík, M.; Hulcr, J.; Tisserat, N.; Beer, W. de; Kostovčík, M.; Kolaříková, Z.; Seybold, S. J.; Rizzo, D. M.
Publisher
Taylor & Francis, Philadelphia, USA
Citation
Mycologia, 2017, 109, 2, pp 185-199
Abstract

The emergence of begomoviruses (whitefly-transmitted viruses classified in the genus Begomovirus, family Geminiviridae) in Brazil probably occurred by horizontal transfer from non-cultivated plants after the introduction of Bemisia tabaci MEAM1. The centre of diversity of Euphorbia heterophylla...

Author(s)
Mar, T. B.; Xavier, C. A. D.; Lima, A. T. M.; Nogueira, A. M.; Silva, J. C. F.; Ramos Sobrinho, R.; Lau, D.; Zerbini, F. M.
Publisher
Microbiology Society, London, UK
Citation
Journal of General Virology, 2017, 98, 6, pp 1537-1551
Abstract

Japanese flower thrips (Thrips setosus Moulton, 1928) (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) was found in Croatia in May 2016 on potted hydrangea plants (Hydrangea spp.) originating from domestic production. It was found in the open, in a nursery in Turanj (N 43°58′18.5″E 15°25′1.5″). This is the first record...

Author(s)
Šimala, M.; Pintar, M.; Milek, T. M.
Publisher
Hrvatsko Društvo Biljne Zaštite, Zagreb, Croatia
Citation
Glasilo Biljne Zaštite, 2017, 17, 3, pp 315-322
Abstract

Field surveys were conducted during 2012 to 2013 to determine the incidence of cucurbit-infecting viruses in Punjab Province, Pakistan. Virus-like symptoms were observed in cucumber (Cucumis sativus) plants, including leaf curling, mosaic, and necrotic spots, in commercial fields in the Vehari...

Author(s)
Hameed, U.; Zia-ur-Rehman, M.; Ali, S. A.; Haider, M. S.; Brown, J. K.
Publisher
American Phytopathological Society (APS Press), St. Paul, USA
Citation
Plant Disease, 2017, 101, 5, pp 848
Abstract

During the summer of 2014, symptoms of upwardly rolled leaves, yellowing and stunted growth were observed in ∼14% of chilli pepper cv. Pasilla plants from 40 ha of commercial fields in the municipality of Villa de Cos, Zacatecas, Mexico. Beet leafhoppers (Circulifer tenellus) were also collected...

Author(s)
Mauricio-Castillo, J. A.; Reveles-Torres, L. R.; Mena-Covarrubias, J.; Argüello-Astorga, G. R.; Creamer, R.; Franco-Bañuelos, A.; Salas-Muñoz, S.
Publisher
American Phytopathological Society (APS Press), St. Paul, USA
Citation
Plant Disease, 2017, 101, 3, pp 513-514
Abstract

During July 2015, diseased plants of cucumber (Cucumis sativus) were observed in a private garden in the Vilnius Region, Lithuania. Disease symptoms, including leaf yellowing, shortening of internodes, and virescence of flowers, indicated possible infection by a phytoplasma. Samples of leaves were...

Author(s)
Valiunas, D.; Ivanauskas, A.; Urbanaviciene, L.; Sneideris, D.; Kricenaite, J.; Jomantiene, R.
Publisher
American Phytopathological Society (APS Press), St. Paul, USA
Citation
Plant Disease, 2017, 101, 2, pp 379
Abstract

During disease surveys conducted in September 2015 at 3 Zimbabwean farms in 3 districts, weeds in and near onion fields were found to have thrips feeding damage symptoms. Additionally, some weed leaves were chlorotic and deformed. Onion leaves and scapes had irregular, grey-to-bleached white...

Author(s)
Karavina, C.; Gubba, A.
Publisher
American Phytopathological Society (APS Press), St. Paul, USA
Citation
Plant Disease, 2017, 101, 1, pp 263
Abstract

In August 2015, sweet pepper plants with yellowing and thickening that resembled symptoms caused by viruses were observed in Liaocheng, Shandong Province, China. Heavy aphid infestations were also observed on the plants. The causal pathogen was identified as Melon aphid-borne yellows virus (MABYV)...

Author(s)
Wang, S. L.; Sun, X. H.; Tan, W. P.; Wang, C. L.; Yang, Y. Y.; Wang, X. Y.; Zhu, X. P.
Publisher
American Phytopathological Society (APS Press), St. Paul, USA
Citation
Plant Disease, 2017, 101, 1, pp 262
Abstract

In June 2015, bleeding cankers were observed on the main stem of black oaks (Quercus velutina) also damaged by the from gall wasp, Zapatella davisae (Hymenoptera: Cynipidae) in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, USA. The sapwood underneath bleeding cankers was darkly discoloured and contrasted...

Author(s)
Munck, I. A.; Wyka, S. A.; Bohne, M. J.; Green, W. J.; Siegert, N. W.
Publisher
American Phytopathological Society (APS Press), St. Paul, USA
Citation
Plant Disease, 2017, 101, 1, pp 257-258

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