Forest Products Export Standards - Phytosanitary Requirements of French Polynesia

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The information in this standard is provided on the following basis. The phytosanitary requirements found in this standard may be used as the basis of export certification. However, requirements may be changed by importing countries at any time at short notice or with no notice to New Zealand. This information is provided strictly on the basis that the Crown, the Ministry for Primary Industries, its statutory officers, employees, agents and all other persons responsible for or associated with the compilation, writing, editing, approval or publication of the information:

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Compliance with this standard is not to be taken as a guarantee that any particular goods will be granted access to any overseas market.

Last Updated: 09 January 2013

Commodities

Logs



Import Permits or Declarations
Import permit required for untreated, air dried or fumigated logs of any species. Import permit required for all logs of Pinus and Myrtaceae species, and for Cocos nucifera (coconut wood).

Import permit not required for logs that have been heat treated or treated with a permanent chemical preservative (with the exception of Pinus and Myrtaceae species and coconut wood).
Certification Requirements Phytosanitary certificate required for untreated, air dried or fumigated logs.

Phytosanitary certificate OR treatment certificate required for logs that have been heat treated or treated with a permanent chemical preservative.

Phytosanitary certificates must not be made out more than five days before the date on which goods are shipped.
Prohibited Importations  
Bark Free of bark.
Insects Free of quarantine pests.
Fungi Free of quarantine pests.
(Note. New Zealand is free of Fusarium circinatum and Puccinia psidii).
Soil Free of dirt, leaves and other foreign materials (an infection rate of 0.01% is tolerated).
Other Logs from Arecaceae, Pandanaceae and Sterculiaceae are prohibited.
Pre-Shipment Inspections Verification inspection required if phytosanitary certificate is to be issued.
Approved Pre-Shipment Treatments Preservative treatment, heat treatment or fumigation required for Pinus species and species other than Myrtaceae.

Myrtaceae species (appendix 1) require preservative treatment or heat treatment.
Fumigation Methyl bromide fumigation
  • ISPM 15 specifications (All species except coconut wood and Myrtaceae species),
  • 80g/m3 for 24 hours at 20°C minimum temperature (coconut wood only)
Fumigations must be undertaken within 21 days prior to shipment.
Antisapstain treatments  
Insecticide treatments  
Heat treatments
  • Heat treatment to ISPM 15 specifications (All species except Myrtaceae and coconut wood)
  • 85°C minimum temperature in the core of the log for at least 8 consecutive hours (Myrtaceae genera as listed in appendix 1)
  • 70°C at the core of the log for at least 4 hours (coconut wood)
Heat treatments must be undertaken within 21 days prior to shipment.
Treatment information that must be included on the phytosanitary certificate or treatment certificate:
  • Full description of goods including botanical names,
  • Identifying marks or commercial brand names,
  • Container number (if applicable),
  • Number and or volume of items processed,
  • Description of the heat treatment.
Preservative treatments Preservative treatments must be hazard class 2 (H2) or higher. Penetration must include all sapwood.

Preservative treatments must be durable, resistant to leaching and considered permanent.

Treatment information that must be included on the phytosanitary certificate or treatment certificate:
  • Full description of goods including botanical names,
  • Identifying marks or commercial brand names,
  • Container number (if applicable),
  • Number and or volume of items processed,
  • The chemical used (trade name and composition of active ingredients in %w/w),
  • The treatment process (spraying, dipping, autoclave etc),
  • Preservative retention in g/m2 for dipping or spraying,
  • Preservative retention in % mass/mass or kg/m3 for treatment in an autoclave,
  • Hazard class of the logs after treatment.
Concessional Release None specified for New Zealand.
General All logs must have a moisture content of less than 25%.
After treatment logs must be packaged and/ or shipped in such a way as to prevent contamination by quarantine pests.

For more information please see the French Polynesia import conditions database .  

Wood/ Timber - Sawn



Import Permits or Declarations
Import permit required for untreated, air dried, fumigated or used timber of any species. Import permit required for all timber of Pinus and Myrtaceae species, and for Cocos nucifera (coconut wood).

Import permit not required for new and unused wood that is heat treated or treated with a permanent chemical preservative (with the exception of Pinus and Myrtaceae species and coconut wood).
Certification Requirements Phytosanitary certificate required for untreated, air dried, fumigated or used timber.

Phytosanitary certificate OR treatment certificate required for new and unused timber that has been heat treated or treated with a permanent chemical preservative.

Phytosanitary certificates must not be made out more than five days before the date on which goods are shipped.
Prohibited Importations  
Bark Free of bark.
Insects Free of quarantine pests.
Fungi Free of quarantine pests.
(Note. New Zealand is free of Fusarium circinatum and Puccinia psidii).
Soil Free of dirt, leaves and other foreign materials (an infection rate of 0.01% is tolerated).
Other Timber from Arecaceae, Pandanaceae and Sterculiaceae is prohibited.
Pre-Shipment Inspections Verification inspection required if phytosanitary certificate is to be issued.
Approved Pre-Shipment Treatments Preservative treatment, heat treatment or fumigation required for Pinus species and species other than Myrtaceae.

Myrtaceae species (appendix 1) require preservative treatment or heat treatment.

Used wood must be heat treated or fumigated to ISPM 15 specifications.
Fumigation Methyl bromide fumigation
    • ISPM 15 specifications (All species except coconut wood and Myrtaceae species)
    • 80g/m3 for 24 hours at 20°C minimum temperature (coconut wood only)

    Fumigations must be undertaken within 21 days prior to shipment.
Antisapstain treatments  
Insecticide treatments  
Heat treatments
  • Heat treatment to ISPM 15 specifications (All species except Myrtaceae and coconut wood)
  • 85°C minimum temperature in the core of the wood for at least 8 consecutive hours (Myrtaceae genera as listed in appendix 1)
  • 70°C at the core of the wood for at least 4 hours (coconut wood)
Heat treatments must be undertaken within 21 days prior to shipment.

Treatment information that must be included on the phytosanitary certificate or treatment certificate:

  • Full description of goods including botanical names,
  • identifying marks or commercial brand names,
  • Container number (if applicable),
  • Number and or volume of items processed,
  • Description of the heat treatment.
Preservative treatments Preservative treatments must be hazard class 2 (H2) or higher. Penetration must include all sapwood and a minimum of 5mm from any surface.

Preservative treatments must be durable, resistant to leaching and considered permanent.

Treatment information that must be included on the phytosanitary certificate or treatment certificate:
  • Full description of goods including botanical names,
  • Identifying marks or commercial brand names,
  • Container number (if applicable),
  • Number and or volume of items processed,
  • The chemical used (trade name and composition of active ingredients in %w/w),
  • The treatment process (spraying, dipping, autoclave etc),
  • Preservative retention in (g/m2 for dipping or spraying,  % mass/mass or kg/m3 for treatment in an autoclave),
  • Hazard class of the wood after treatment.
Concessional Release None specified for New Zealand.
General All timber must have a moisture content of less than 25%.
After treatment wood must be packaged and/or shipped in such a way as to prevent contamination by quarantine pests.

For more information please see the French Polynesia import conditions database .  

Wood/ Timber - Chips



Import Permits or Declarations
Import permit required for untreated, air dried, fumigated wood chips and sawdust of any species. Import permit required for all wood chips and sawdust of Pinus and Myrtaceae species, and for Cocos nucifera (coconut wood).

Import permit not required for new and unused wood chips and sawdust that has been heat treated or treated with a permanent chemical preservative (with the exception of Pinus and Myrtaceae species and coconut wood).
Certification Requirements Phytosanitary certificate required for untreated, air dried, fumigated or used wood chips and sawdust.

Phytosanitary certificate OR treatment certificate required for new and unused woodchips and sawdust that has been heat treated or treated with a permanent chemical preservative.

Phytosanitary certificates must not be made out more than five days before the date on which goods are shipped.
Prohibited Importations  
Bark Free of bark.
Insects Free of quarantine pests.
Fungi Free of quarantine pests.
(Note. New Zealand is free of Fusarium circinatum and Puccinia psidii).
Soil Free of dirt, leaves and other foreign materials (an infection rate of 0.01% is tolerated).
Other Wood chips from Arecaceae, Pandanaceae and Sterculiaceae species are prohibited.
Pre-Shipment Inspections Verification inspection required if phytosanitary certificate is to be issued.
Approved Pre-Shipment Treatments Preservative treatment, heat treatment or fumigation required for Pinus species and species other than Myrtaceae.

Myrtaceae species (appendix 1) require preservative treatment or heat treatment.

Used wood chips and sawdust must be heat treated or fumigated to ISPM 15 specifications.
Fumigation Methyl bromide fumigation
  • ISPM 15 specifications (All species except coconut wood and Myrtaceae species)
  • 80g/m3 for 24 hours at 20°C minimum temperature (coconut wood only)
Fumigations must be undertaken within 21 days prior to shipment.
Antisapstain treatments  
Insecticide treatments  
Heat treatments
  • Heat treatment to ISPM 15 specifications (All species except Myrtaceae and coconut wood)
  • 85°C minimum temperature in the core of the wood for at least 8 consecutive hours (Myrtaceae genera as listed in appendix 1)
  • 70°C at the core of the wood for at least 4 hours (coconut wood)
Heat treatments must be undertaken within 21 days prior to shipment.
Treatment information that must be included on the phytosanitary certificate or treatment certificate:
  • Full description of goods including botanical names,
  • Identifying marks or commercial brand names,
  • Container number (if applicable),
  • Number and or volume of items processed,
  • Description of the heat treatment.
Preservative treatments Preservative treatments must be hazard class 2 (H2) or higher. Penetration must include all sapwood and a minimum of 5mm from any surface.

Preservative treatments must be durable, resistant to leaching and considered permanent.

Treatment information that must be included on the phytosanitary certificate or treatment certificate:
  • Full description of goods including botanical names,
  • Identifying marks or commercial brand names,
  • Container number (if applicable),
  • Number and or volume of items processed,
  • The chemical used (trade name and composition of active ingredients in %w/w),
  • The treatment process (spraying, dipping, autoclave etc),
  • Preservative retention in g/m2 for dipping or spraying,
  • Preservative retention in % mass/mass or kg/m3 for treatment in an autoclave,
  • Hazard class of the wood after treatment.
Concessional Release None specified for New Zealand.
General All wood chips and sawdust must have a moisture content of less than 25%.
After treatment wood chips and sawdust must be packaged and/ or shipped in such a way as to prevent contamination by quarantine pests.

For more information please see the French Polynesia import conditions database .  

Wood Products – Reconstituted/ Plywood/ LVL/ Veneer



Import Permits or Declarations
Import permit NOT required for new and unused board products.

Import permit required for used board products.
Certification Requirements Phytosanitary certificate NOT required for new and unused board products.

Phytosanitary certificate required for used board products. Phytosanitary certificates must not be made out more than five days before the date on which goods are shipped.
Prohibited Importations  
Bark Free of bark.
Insects Free of quarantine pests.
Fungi Free of quarantine pests.
(Note. New Zealand is free of Fusarium circinatum and Puccinia psidii).
Soil Free of dirt, leaves and other foreign materials (an infection rate of 0.01% is tolerated).
Other  
Pre-Shipment Inspections Verification inspection not required for new and unused board products.

Verification inspection required for used board products.
Approved Pre-Shipment Treatments Treatment not required for new and unused board products.  
Fumigation Used board products must be treated to ISPM 15 specifications.
Antisapstain treatments  
Insecticide treatments  
Heat treatments Used board products must be treated to ISPM 15 specifications.
Preservative treatments  
Concessional Release None specified for New Zealand.
General All board products must have a moisture content of  less than 25%.
Board products must be packaged and/ or shipped in such a way as to prevent contamination by quarantine pests.

For more information please see the French Polynesia import conditions database .

Wood Products - Manufactured



Import Permits or Declarations
Import permit NOT required for new and unused industrially manufactured wooden articles.

Industrially manufactured wooden articles of Myrtaceae species or Cocos nucifera (coconut wood) must meet the permit requirements specified under the heading "Wood/ Timber - Sawn".
Certification Requirements Phytosanitary certificate required.

Phytosanitary certificates must not be made out more than five days before the date on which goods are shipped.
Prohibited Importations  
Bark Free of bark.
Insects Free of quarantine pests.
Fungi Free of quarantine pests.

(Note. New Zealand is free of Fusarium circinatum and Puccinia psidii).
Soil Free of dirt, leaves and other foreign materials (an infection rate of 0.01% is tolerated).
Other Industrailly manufactured wooden articles made of wood from Arecaceae, Pandanaceae and Sterculiaceae species are prohibited.
Pre-Shipment Inspections Verification inspection required.
Approved Pre-Shipment Treatments Treatment not required for new and unused industrially manufactured wooden articles with the exception of Myrtaceae species and Cocos nucifera (coconut wood) which must meet the treatment requirements specified under the heading "Wood/ Timber - Sawn".

Used industrially manufactured wooden articles must be fumigated or heat treated.
Fumigation Methyl bromide fumigation rates:
  • 36g/m3 for 2 hours at 21-26°C,
  • 42g/m3 for 2 hours at 16-20°C,
Antisapstain treatments  
Insecticide treatments  
Heat treatments 70°C at the core of the wood for at least 4 hours.  
Preservative treatments  
Concessional Release None specified for New Zealand.
General Industrially manufactured wooden articles must have a moisture content of less than 20%.
Industrially manufactured wooden articles must be packaged and/ or shipped in such a way as to prevent contamination by quarantine pests.

For more information please see the French Polynesia import conditions database .  

Wood Products - Packaging



Import Permits or Declarations
Import permit NOT required.
Certification Requirements Either phytosanitary certificate or ISPM 15 marked.

Phytosanitary certificates must not be made out more than five days before the date on which goods are shipped.
Prohibited Importations  
Bark Wood packaging material and dunnage must be made of debarked wood in accordance with ISPM 15.
Insects Free of quarantine pests.
Fungi Free of quarantine pests. (Note. New Zealand is free of Fusarium circinatum and Puccinia psidii).
Soil Free of foreign matter such as leaves and soil.
Other  
Pre-Shipment Inspections Verification inspection required.
Approved Pre-Shipment Treatments Heat treatment or fumigation with methyl bromide for ISPM 15 marked wood packaging.
Heat treatment, preservative treatment or fumigation with methyl bromide, sulfuryl fluoride or phosphine for wood packaging accompanied by a phytosanitary certificate.
Fumigation Acceptable fumigation treatments include:
  • Methyl bromide in accordance with ISPM 15,
  • Sulfuryl fluoride 80g/m3 for at least 24 hours at minimum temperature 10°C,
  • Phosphine 1.41g/m3 for at least 72 hours at temperature between 10°C and 30°C, provided that wood does not exceed thickness of 50mm or moisture content of 25%.
The name of the fumigant, concentration (g/m3), minimum temperature (and maximum temperature for phosphine) and date of treatment must be recorded on the phytosanitary certificate if issued.
Antisapstain treatments  
Insecticide treatments May be insecticide treated by spraying, dipping or fumigation.
Heat treatments The duration of treatment, minimum temperature at the centre of the product and treatment date must be recorded on the phytosanitary certificate if issued.
Preservative treatments The active ingredient, method of treatment and retention of active ingredient ( kg/m3 or w/w% or net retention of dry product) must be recorded on the phytosanitary certificate.
Concessional Release None specified for New Zealand.
General No specific declarations are required. Packaging is to be treated with insecticides by dipping or spraying.

For more information please see the French Polynesia import conditions database .  

Bark


Import Permits or Declarations
Import permit required.
Certification Requirements Phytosanitary certificate required for untreated, air dried, or fumigated bark, and for all pine bark.

Phytosanitary certificate OR treatment certificate required for new and unused timber that has been heat treated or treated with a permanent chemical preservative.

Phytosanitary certificates must not be made out more than five days before the date on which goods are shipped.
Prohibited Importations  
Bark -
Insects Free of quarantine pests.
Fungi Free of quarantine pests.
(Note. New Zealand is free of Fusarium circinatum and Puccinia psidii).
Soil Free of dirt, leaves and other foreign materials (an infection rate of 0.01% is tolerated).
Other  
Pre-Shipment Inspections Verification inspection required.
Approved Pre-Shipment Treatments Fumigation, heat treatment or gamma irradiation required. Heat treatment mandatory for bark of Myrtaceae species.
Fumigation Methyl Bromide fumigation rates for pine bark:
  • 400g/m3 for 24 hours at 20°C or over,
  • 500g/m3 for 24 hours at 16-19°C,
  • 600g/m3 for 24 hours at 11-15°C
Ethylene oxide fumigation rates for pine bark (under initial vacuum of 50kpa):
  • 1500g/m3 for 4 hours at 50°C ,
  • 1500g/m3 for 24 hours at 21°C
Methyl bromide fumigation rates for bark excluding pine bark and Myrtaceae species:
  • 48g/m3 for 24 hours for temperatures over 20°C,
  • 56g/m3 for 24 hours at 16-20°C,
  • 64g/m3 for 24 hours at 11-15°C,
  • 72g/m3 for 24 hours at 6-10°C.  
Fumigation treatment must be undertaken within 21 days prior to shipment.
Antisapstain treatments  
Insecticide treatments  
Heat treatments Heat treatment must be undertaken within 21 days prior to shipment.
Preservative treatments  
Gamma irradiation  25 kGray.

Gamma irradiation must be undertaken within 21 days prior to shipment.
Concessional Release None specified for New Zealand.
General Bark must be packaged and/ or shipped in such a way as to prevent contamination by quarantine pests.

For more information please see the French Polynesia import conditions database .

Appendix 1. Myrtaceae Genera

  • Acca,
  • Angophora,
  • Callistemon,
  • Campomanesia,
  • Corymbia,
  • Eucalyptus,
  • Eugenia,
  • Melaleuca,
  • Metrosideros,
  • Myrcia,
  • Myrcicmthes,
  • Myrciaria,
  • Myrtus,
  • Pimenta,
  • Syncarpia,
  • Syzgium

Quarantine Pests

Bacteria

  • Agrobacterium tumefasciens
  • Corynebacterium michiganense pv. michiganense
  • Corynebacterium michiganense pv. sepedonicum
  • Corynebacterium flaccumfaciens
  • Corynebacterium flaccumfaciens pv. cortii
  • Corynebacterium poinsettiae
  • Enterobacter cloacae
  • Erwinia amylovora
  • Erwinia ananas
  • Erwinia chrysanthemt
  • Erwinia spp.
  • Erwinia (Xanthomonas) stewartii
  • Erwinia tracheiphila
  • Erwinia vitivora
  • Pseudomonas asplenii
  • Pseudomonas cichorii
  • Pseudomonas gladioli
  • Pseudomonas gladioli pv. aliicola
  • Pseudomonas gladioli pv. gladioli
  • Pseudomonas rubrilineans
  • Pseudomonas syringae
  • Pseudomonas syringae pv. actinidae
  • Pseudomonas syringae pv. lachrymans
  • Pseudomonas syringae pv. passiflorae
  • Pseudomonas syringae pv. persicae
  • Pseudomonas syringae pv. pisi
  • Pseudomonas syringae pv. mors prunorum
  • Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae
  • Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato
  • Pseudomonas syringae
  • Pseudomonas viridiflava
  • Ralstonia solanacearum syn: Pseudomonas solanacearum
  • Ralstonia solanacearum race II syn: Pseudomonas solanacearum race II
  • Xanthomonas ampelina
  • Xanthomonas campestris
  • Xanthomonas campestris pv. begoniae
  • Xanthomonas campestris pv. citri
  • Xanthomonas campestris pv. dieffenbachiae
  • Xanthomonas campestris pv. gummisudans
  • Xanthomonas campestris pv. hederae
  • Xanthomonas campestris pv. hyacinthi
  • Xanthomonas campestris pv. maculifoliigardeniae
  • Xanthomonas campestris pv. malvacearum
  • Xanthomonas campestris pv. mangiferae-indicae
  • Xanthomonas campestris pv. manihotis
  • Xanthomonas campestris pv. oryzae
  • Xanthomonas campestris pv. passiflorae
  • Xanthomonas campestris pv. pelargonii
  • Xanthomonas campestris pv. pisi
  • Xanthomonas campestris pv. poinsetticola
  • Xanthomonas campestris pv. pruni
  • Xanthomonas campestris pv. vasculorum
  • Xanthomonas campestris pv. vesicatoria
  • Xanthomonas campestris
  • Xanthomonas fragariae
  • Xanthomonas prunii
  • Xanthomonas spp.
  • Xylella fastidiosa

Fungi

  • Aecidium miliare
  • Alternaria alternata
  • Angiosorus (Thecaphora) solani
  • Botryodiplodia spp.
  • Ceratostomela paradoxa
  • Cercospora asparagi.
  • Cercospora bougainvilleae
  • Cercospora pini-densiflora e
  • Cercospora spp.
  • Cladosporium spp.
  • Colchliobolus carbonum (Dreschslera zei-cola)
  • Coleosporum domingensis
  • Colletotrichum coffeanum f.sp. virulans
  • Colletotrichum fragariae
  • Corticum salmonicolor
  • Crinipellis perniciosus
  • Cronartium spp.
  • Deuterophoma tracheiphila
  • Didymella (Phoma) chrysanthemi
  • Didymella spp.
  • Diplodia macrospora
  • Diplodia maydis
  • Dreschlera cactivora
  • Elsinoe batatas
  • Eulypa lata
  • Exobasidium vexans
  • Fusarium moniliforme
  • Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. asparagi
  • Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. cubense race IV
  • Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. tulipae
  • Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. gladioli
  • Fusarium subglutinans
  • Fusarium xylarioides
  • Glomerella cingulata
  • Gymnosporangium spp.
  • Hemileia vastatrix
  • Isariopsis griseola
  • Kuehneola malvicola
  • Kutilakesa pironii
  • Lasiodiplodia theobromae
  • Leptosphaerulina chartorum
  • Lophodermium pinastri
  • Melampsora medusae
  • Meliolina cladotricha
  • Mycosphaerella fijiensis
  • Mycosphaerella fijiensis f.sp. difformis
  • Peridermium spp.
  • Peronophytora litchii
  • Peronosclerospora philippinensis
  • Peronosclerospora sacchari
  • Peronosclerospora sorghi
  • Peronospora destructor
  • Peronospora manshurica
  • Peronospora tabacina
  • Pestalotia spp.
  • Phellinus weirii
  • Phoma exigua f.sp. foveata
  • Phomopsis (Diaporthe) helianthi
  • Phomopsis spp.
  • Phomopsis theae
  • Phytophthora cactorum
  • Phytophthora cinnamomi
  • Phytophthora colocasiae
  • Phytophthora fragariae
  • Phytophthora heveae
  • Phytophthora palmivora
  • Phytophthora megasperma f.sp. glycinea
  • Phytophthora parasitica
  • Plasmopara halsledii
  • Pseudocercospora purpurea
  • PseudoCercospora spp.
  • Puccinia arachidis
  • Puccinia arundinariae
  • Puccinia asparagi
  • Puccinia helianthi
  • Puccinia horiana
  • Puccinia striiformis
  • Puccinia melanocephala
  • Puccinia pelargonii-zonalis
  • Puccinia rubigo vera f.sp. impatientis
  • Puccinia thaliae
  • Pucciniastrum hydrangeae
  • Pucciniastrum vaccinii
  • Pyricularia oryzae
  • Pythium spp.
  • Rhizoctonia tuliparum
  • Sclerospora macrospora
  • Sclerospora maydis
  • Sphaceloma perseae
  • Stromatinia gladioli
  • Synchitrium endobioticum
  • Trachysphaeria fructigena
  • Urocystis cepulae
  • Uromyces aloes
  • Uromyces transversalis
  • Ustilago maydis
  • Ustilago shiraiana
  • Verticillium dahliae
  • Verticillium heterocladium

Insects

  • Acrolepiopsis assectella
  • Acromyrmex octospinosus
  • Acromyrmex spp.
  • Agromyza oryzae
  • Aleurocanthus cocos
  • Aleurocanthus spiniferus
  • Aleurocanthus woglumi
  • Allissonotum piceum
  • Amauromyza maculosa
  • Amblypelta cocophaga
  • Anastrepha fraterculus
  • Anastrepha grandis
  • Anastrepha serpentina
  • Anomala orientalis
  • Anoplolepsis longipes
  • Antestiopsis spp.
  • Antonina crawi
  • Archips argyrospilus
  • Atherigona spp.
  • Atta cephalotes
  • Atta sexdens
  • Bactrocera cucurbitae
  • Bactrocera curvipennis
  • Bactrocera distincta
  • Bactrocera dorsalis
  • Bactrocera facialis
  • Bactrocera frauenfeldi
  • Bactrocera froggatti
  • Bactrocera melanotus
  • Bactrocera musae
  • Bactrocera papayae
  • Bactrocera passiflorae
  • Bactrocera psidii
  • Bactrocera simulata
  • Bactrocera trilineola
  • Bactrocera umbrosa
  • Bactrocera xanthodes
  • Bemisia argentifolii
  • Bemisia tabaci
  • Cacoecimorpha pronubana
  • Ceratitis capitata
  • Ceratitis coffeae
  • Ceratitis cosyra
  • Ceratitis rosa
  • Chaetanophothrips spp.
  • Chilo partellus
  • Chilo spp.
  • Conotrachelus spp.
  • Coptotermes formosanus
  • Cosmopolites spp.
  • Costelytra zealandica
  • Crematogaster spp.
  • Cryptophlebia leucotreta
  • Cylas punctiocollis
  • Cyrtotrachelus longimanus
  • Dacus solomonensis
  • Delia antiqua
  • Delia brassica
  • Delia platura
  • Dialeurodes citri
  • Dialeurodes chittendeni
  • Diaphorina citri
  • Diarthrothrips coffeae
  • Diaspis echinocacti
  • Dinoderus minutus
  • Dysaphis tulipae
  • Dysmicoccus brevipes
  • Erionota thrax
  • Eumerus tuberculatus
  • Frankliniella occidentalis
  • Gracilaria azaleella
  • Heilipus lauri
  • Heliothis zea
  • Heliothrips haemorrhoidalis
  • Henosepilachna spp.
  • Heteronychus arator
  • Heteronychus licas
  • Howardia biclavis
  • Hylesinus spp.
  • Idiocerus spp.
  • Iridomyrmex humilis
  • Lampestis equestris
  • Laspeyresia nigricana
  • Lepidosaphes ulmi
  • Leptinotarsa decemlineata
  • Liriomyza huidobrensis
  • Lyctus brunneus
  • Mastotermes darwiniensis
  • Megastes grandalis
  • Megastes pusialis
  • Merodon equestris
  • Metamasius hemipterus
  • Microcerotermes diversus
  • Myzocallis arundinariae
  • Nasonovia ribisnigri
  • Oberea myops
  • Odontotermes spp.
  • Oecophylla spp.
  • Ophiomyia phaseoli
  • Opogona sacchari
  • Oryctes boas
  • Oryctes monoceros
  • Oryctes rhinoceros
  • Ostrinia fumacalis
  • Othreis spp.
  • Otiorhynchus sulcatus
  • Papuana armicollis
  • Papuana cheesemanae
  • Papuana huebneri
  • Papuana inermis
  • Papuana uninodis
  • Papuana woodlarkiana
  • Perkinsiella saccharicida
  • Popilia japonica
  • Phyllocnistis citrella
  • Prays citri
  • Prays endocarpa
  • Prostephanus truncatus
  • Pseudaulacaspis pentagona
  • Pseudococcus comstocki
  • Psila rosae
  • Quadraspidiotus perniciosus
  • Rhagoletis spp.
  • Rhizoecus falcifer
  • Rhynchophorus spp.
  • Scapanes australis
  • Scirtothrips citri
  • Sogatella furcifera
  • Sophonia rufofascia
  • Spodoptera littoralis
  • Spodoptera litura
  • Stenoma catchifer
  • Stephanitis pyrioides
  • Stephanitis rhododendri
  • Stephanitis typica
  • Stemochetus frigidus
  • Synanthedon rhododendri
  • Taeniothrips simplex
  • Thrips tabaci
  • Toxoptera citricidus
  • Trioza erythrae
  • Viteus vitifolii
  • Wasmannia auropunctata
  • Xyleborus spp.
  • Xylosandrus compactus

Mites

  • Aceria mangiferae
  • Aceria sheldoni
  • Mononychellus tanajoa
  • Panonychus citri
  • Panonychus ulmi
  • Steneotarsonemus laticeps
  • Steneotarsonemus pallidus

Mycoplasmas, viroids and viruses

  • Alfalfa mosaic virus
  • Apple chat fruit virus
  • Apple proliferation mycoplasma
  • Asparagus virus 1
  • Asparagus virus 2
  • Avocado sun blotch viroid
  • Bamboo mosaic virus
  • Banana bunchy top virus
  • Banana mosaic virus syn: Cucumber mosaic virus
  • Banana streak virus
  • Barley stripe mosaic virus
  • Barley yellow dwarf mosaic virus
  • Bean common mosaic virus
  • Bean yellow mosaic virus
  • Beet curly top virus
  • Bract mosaic disease
  • Cacao swollen shoot virus
  • Cacao yellow mosaic virus
  • Cactus virus
  • Cadang-cadang viroid
  • Carnation etched ringspot virus
  • Carnation mottle virus
  • Carnation ringspot virus
  • Carnation streak virus
  • Cassava African mosaic virus
  • Cassava brown streak virus
  • Cassava common mosaic virus
  • Chrysanthemum stunt viroid
  • Citrus blight
  • Citrus cachexie
  • Citrus tristeza virus
  • Coffee ringspot virus
  • Grapevine fanleaf virus
  • Cowpea mild mottle virus
  • Cucumber green mottle virus
  • Cucumber mosaic virus
  • Cymbidium mosaic virus
  • Dasheen mosaic virus
  • Coconut palm foliage disease
  • Dioscorea green banding virus
  • Dioscorea internal browning symptom
  • Distortion ringspot virus
  • Elm phloem necrosis mycoplasma
  • Grapevine leafroll virus (undetermined)
  • Grapevine flavescence doree mycoplasma
  • Grapevine corky bark disease
  • Hyacinth Lisser disease mycoplasma
  • Hydrangea ringspot virus
  • Hydrangea virescence mycoplasma
  • Impatiens necrotic spot virus
  • Lethal yellowing mycoplasma
  • Lettuce mosaic virus
  • Lily symptomless virus
  • Maize streak virus
  • Odontoglossum ringspot virus
  • Papaya bunchy top mycoplasma
  • Papaya mosaic virus
  • Papaya ringspot virus
  • Papaya ringspot virus W syn: Watermelon mosaic virus
  • Passionfruit ringspot virus
  • Passionfruit woodiness virus
  • Peach mosaic virus
  • Peanut dump virus
  • Pear decline mycoplasma
  • Pelargonium flower break virus
  • Petunia asteroid mosaic virus
  • Phytomonas spp.
  • Pineapple wilt virus
  • Plum fine pattern virus
  • Poinsettia mosaic virus
  • Potato spindle tuber viroid syn: Potato bunchy top virus
  • Potato yellow dwarf virus
  • Potato yellow vein virus
  • Rhododendron necrotic ringspot virus
  • Peperomia ringspot virus disease
  • Rose streak virus
  • Rose wilt disease
  • Sharka Plum pox virus
  • Spiroplasma citri (Stubborn)
  • Stolbur mycoplasma
  • Strawberry crinkle virus
  • Strawberry latent C virus
  • Strawberry ringspot virus
  • Strawberry vein banding virus
  • Strawberry yellow edge virus
  • Strawberry witches broom mycoplasma
  • Sugar cane Fiji virus
  • Sugar cane mosaic virus
  • Sugar cane streak virus
  • Sweet potato feathery mottle virus
  • Sweet potato mild mottle virus
  • Sweet potato yellow dwarf virus
  • Taro Alomae & Bobone virus
  • Tobacco necrosis virus
  • Tobacco rattle virus
  • Tobacco (Tomato) ringspot virus
  • Tobacco streak virus
  • Tomato bunchy top virus
  • Tomato bushy stunt virus
  • Tomato ringspot virus
  • Tomato spotted wilt virus
  • Tomato (Tobacco) leaf curl virus
  • Tulip breaking virus
  • Vanilla mosaic potyvirus
  • Vanilla necrosis potyvirus
  • Watermelon mosaic virus souche I
  • Watermelon mosaic virus souche II
  • Yam mosaic virus

Harmful nematodes

  • Aphelenchoides besseyi
  • Aphelenchoides bicaudatus
  • Aphelenchoides fragariae
  • Aphelenchoides olesistus
  • Aphelenchoides oryzae
  • Aphelenchoides spp.
  • Discocriconemella discolabia
  • Ditylenchus angustus
  • Ditylenchus destructor
  • Ditylenchus dipsaci
  • Globodera pallida
  • Globodera rostochienis
  • Helicotylenchus dihystera
  • Helicotylenchus microcephalus
  • Helicotylenchus mucronatus
  • Helicotylenchus pseudorobustus
  • Hemicriconemoides mangiferae
  • Hemicriconemoides spp.
  • Heterodera glycines
  • Heterodera schachtii
  • Meloidogyne spp.
  • Pratylenchus brachyurus
  • Pratylenchus coffeae
  • Pratylenchus scribneri
  • Pratylenchus spp.
  • Rhadinaphelenchus cocophilus
  • Radopholus citrophilus
  • Radopholus similis
  • Radopholus williamsi
  • Rotylenchus spp.
  • Scutellonema bradys

Weeds

  • Acacia confusa
  • Acacia nilotiqua
  • Acacia mearnsii
  • Acacia melanoxylon
  • Andropogon glomeratus
  • Andropogon virginicus
  • Ardisia crenata
  • Azolla filiculoides
  • Azolla pinnata
  • Cassia bicapsularis
  • Cassia obtusifolia
  • Cassia tora
  • Chromolaena odorata
  • Clidernia hirta
  • Clitoria laurifolia
  • Cordia alliodora
  • Cordia glabra
  • Emex spinosa
  • Emex australis
  • Erigeron kawinskianus
  • Fuchsia boliviana
  • Fuchsia magellanica
  • Fucraea hexapetalata
  • Harrisia martinii
  • Harungana madagascariensis
  • Heterocentron subtriplinervium
  • Hypericum perforatum
  • Leptospernum scoparium
  • Ligustrum robustum
  • Litsea glutinosa
  • Litsea monopetala
  • Melaleuca leucadendra
  • Mernacylon caeruleum
  • Mimosa pigra
  • Myrica faya
  • Ochna kirkii
  • Opuntia aurantiaca
  • Opuntia cordobensis
  • Ossaea marginata
  • Panicum maximum
  • Passiflora ligularis
  • Passiflora mollisima
  • Passiflora rubra
  • Pennisetum clandestinum
  • Pittosporum undulatum
  • Pueraria lobata
  • Pluchea odorata
  • Rhizoflora mangie
  • Rubus alceifolius
  • Rubus argutus
  • Rubus ellipticus
  • Rubus glaucus
  • Rubus mollucanus
  • Rubus nivalis
  • Solanum auriculatum
  • Stachytarpheta cayennensis
  • Tibouchina urvileana
  • Tibouchina viminea
  • Trema macrantha
  • Ulex europaeus
  • Verbascum thapsus
  • Wilkstroemia indica
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