Journal of Economic Entomology (2017) 110, 1935-1937

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Don Cipollini, Chad M. Rigsby and Donnie L. Peterson (2017)
Feeding and development of emerald ash borer (Coleoptera: Buprestidae) on cultivated olive, Olea europaea
Journal of Economic Entomology 110 (4), 1935-1937
Abstract: We examined the suitability of cultivated olive, Olea europaea L., as a host for emerald ash borer, Agrilus planipennis Fairmaire. In a bioassay using cut stems from a field-grown olive tree (cv. 'Manzanilla') we found that 45% of larvae that had emerged from eggs used to inoculate stems, were recovered alive, many as larvae or prepupae, during periodic debarking of a subset of stems. Three intact stems that 19 larvae successfully entered were exposed to a simulated overwintering treatment. Four live adults emerged afterwards, and an additional pupa and several prepupae were discovered after debarking these stems. Cultivated olive joins white fringetree as one of the two species outside of the genus Fraxinus capable of supporting the development of emerald ash borer from neonate to adult.
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general biology - morphology - evolution


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Agrilus planipennis Olive (Olea europaea)