Plant Parasites of Europe

leafminers, galls and fungi

Trioza vitreoradiata

Trioza vitreoradiata (Maskell, 1879)

pittosporum sucker, psyllid

on Pittosporum

Trioza vitreoradiata on Pittosporum cf tobira

Pittosporum cf tobira, France, dép. Finistère, Roscoff, 14.vii.2021 France, dép. Finistère, Roscoff, 14.vii.2021 © Pierre Duhem: infested shoot

Trioza vitreoradiata on Pittosporum cf tobira

larvae

Trioza vitreoradiata on Pittosporum cf tobira

imago

gall

young leaves discoloured with small depressions at the underside, and corresponding tiny bulges at the upper side. In each cavity one flat light green larva. Often the leaf is partly malformed and discoloured.

host plants

Pittosporaceae, monophagous

Pittosporum crassifolium, omeiense, tenuifolium, tobira, undulatum.

synonyms

Powellia vitreoradiata.

references

O’Connor & Malumphy (2011a), Redfern & Shirley (2011a), Roskam (2019a), Salisbury, Malumphy & Halstead (2011a).

Last modified 16.ix.2021