Maconellicoccus hirsutus (Hemiptera, Pseudococcidae) pink or hibiscus mealybug



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Maconellicoccus hirsutus (Hemiptera, Pseudococcidae) - pink or hibiscus mealybug

Why M. hirsutus came to our attention because of its current spread in the Caribbean.

Where Originally present in Africa, Asia and Oceania. It was introduced in 1994 in Grenada, it then spread in Trinidad (1995), St Kitts & Nevis (1995), Netherlands Antilles (Sint Maartin, 1996), British Virgin islands (1997), Guyana (1997), Netherlands Antilles (Curaçao, Sint Eustatius; 1997), United States Virgin islands (St Thomas, 1997), St Vincent and the Grenadines (1997), Anguilla (unconfirmed), Guadeloupe (1998), United States Virgin islands (St Croix, St John; 1998), Puerto Rico (1998), Barbade (2000), Bahamas (New Providence, 2000), Antigua & Barbuda (only in Antigua, 2001), Dominica (2001), French Guiana, Suriname (2001), Venezuela. It is also reported in British Virgin islands (Tortolla), Monserrat and Netherlands Antilles (Aruba).

In USA, found in 1999, in the south of California (El Centro, Calexico), and in 2002 in Florida. It also occurs in Mexico, in Baja California (Mexicali) and in Sonora (San Luis Rio Colorado).

On which plants Polyphagous: ornamentals, vegetables, forest and fruit trees.

Damage It feeds on sap. Dense colonies of woolly aspect are visible on attacked plants which rapidly decline and show spectacular deformations (probably due to a toxin in the mealybug saliva).

Pathway Ornamental plants for planting (cut flowers? fruits?) from infested countries.

Possible risks Polyphagous pest, spreading very rapidly in the Caribbean. Tropical species, the risk is probably limited to glasshouse crops.

Source(s) Anonymous (1995) Pink mealybug threatens Grenadas's crops. CAB International News September 1995, p 5.

Anonymous (1996) New pest outbreaks - The pink mealybug Maconellicoccus hirsutus Green. NAPPO Newsletter 16(4), p 3.

Anonymous (2000) CARAPHIN - Plant Health Report 2000, 59 pp, IICA, Trinidad and Tobago.

Country reports presented at the 11th session of the Caribbean Plant Protection Organization, Port of Spain, Trinidad, 2001-11-19/23.

Etienne, J. Matile-Ferrero, D.; Leblanc, F.; Marival, D. (1998) Premier signalement de Maconellicoccus hirsutus (Green) à la Guadeloupe (Hemiptera, Pseudococcidae). Bulletin de la Société entomologique de France, 103(2), 173-174.

Matile-Ferrero, D.; Etienne, J. (1996) Présence de la cochenille de l'hibiscus, Maconellicoccus hirsutus à Saint-Martin (Hemiptera, Pseudococcidae). Revue française d'entomologie, 18(1), p 38.

NAPIS - What's new on the NAPIS web page(s) during 1999. http://www.ceris.purdue.edu/napis/update99.html

NAPPO Annual Meeting, 1999-10-119/22, Cancún (MX).

Pest Alert posting, University of Florida, 1999-09-03. Pink hibiscus mealybug. http://extlab7.entnem.ufl.edu/PestAlert/

Pollard, G.V. (1995) Update on new pests introductions - Pink mealybug, Maconellicoccus hirsutus (Green). FAO Circular letter no. 3/95, FAO Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean.

Pollard, G.V. (1995) Update on new pests introductions - continuing spread of pink mealybug, Maconellicoccus hirsutus. FAO Circular letter no. 4/95, FAO Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean.

Pollard, G.V. (1997) Pink mealybug, Maconellicoccus hirsutus. CPPC Circular letter no. 1/97, 1st June 1997, FAO Sub Regional Office for the Caribbean, Barbados.

Pollard, G.V. (1998) Pink mealybug, Maconellicoccus hirsutus. CPPC Circular letter no. 2/98, 1st June 1998, FAO Sub Regional Office for the Caribbean, Barbados.

Pollard, G.V. (2000) Update on new pest introductions. Circular Letter No. 1/00, 1st December 2000, CPPC, FAO, Barbados.

Pun Wing Wah, de C. Batalha, C.D. (1997) Manual dos Insectos de Macau, Câmara Municipal das Ilhas, Macau, 125 pp.

INTERNET

Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services – Press Release 2002-06-20. http://doacs.state.fl.us/press/06202002.html

NAPPO Phytosanitary Alert System - http://www.pestalert.org/Pestnews.cfm



EPPO RS 95/235, 96/028, 96/207, 97/164, 98/129, 99/172, 2000/014, 20001/012, 2001/036, 2001/156, 2002/093

Panel review date 2003-01 Entry date 1995-11
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