Brevipalpus phoenicis (Geijskes, 1939)
The mites are vagrants on all above-ground pat of the plant; the leaves may turn brown and drop, the fruits may remain small and have scabby spots.
Begonia; Camellia; Cinnamomum *camphora; Citrus limon, reticulata, *sinensis; Coffea; Cydonia; Ficus; Gardenia jasminoides; Gossypium; Ipomoea batatas; Jasminum sambac; Juglans; Morus; Olea; Passiflora edulis; Phoenix *canariensis; Prunus; Pyrus; Vitis vinifera.
See the papers by Childers ao for a more exhaustive list.
distribution within Europe
Brevipalpus yothersi (Baker, 1949).
The study by Beard ao has shown that “B. phoenicis” consists of a species complex. Only the species that above are marked with an asterisk definitely are hosts of B. phoenicis sensu stricto.
Beard, Ochoa, Braswell & Bauchan (2015a), Childers, French & Rodrigues (2003a), Childers, Rodrigues & Welbourn (2003a), Hatzinikolis (1986a), Ueckermann, Palevsky, Gerson ao (2018a).