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Scirtothrips dorsalis Chilli Thrips. Regulatory update. Richard A. Clark – Chief Plant and Apiary Inspection Division of Plant Industry. Division of Plant Industry Regulatory Response.

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scirtothrips dorsalis chilli thrips
Scirtothrips dorsalisChilli Thrips

Regulatory update

Richard A. Clark – Chief

Plant and Apiary Inspection

Division of Plant Industry

division of plant industry regulatory response
Division of Plant IndustryRegulatory Response
  • Scirtothrips dorsalis: was recently detected on October 14, 2005. Scirtothrips dorsalis has been known to occur in Hawaii since 1987, and there were previous detections in Florida in 1991 and 1994, however FDACS has had no detections in the intervening years.
  • It was detected at a residential property located in Palm Beach county, Florida.
  • The host was Rosa sp.
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Division of Plant IndustryRegulatory Response
  • Scirtothrips dorsalis is considered a serious plant pest of quarantine significance.
  • When detected in retail garden centers or commercial nurseries, all infested nursery stock will be quarantined until the pest has been eliminated.
  • Quarantine treatments will involve applying University of Florida/IFAS pesticide recommendations for controlling Chilli trips on ornamentals.

Detections in Florida as of December 7, 2005

  • Number of Counties: 16 (from Monroe to Alachua county)
  • Number of Retail Garden Centers 62
  • Number of Nurseries 1
  • Number of Residential Properties 2
  • Host Plant genus: Rosa sp – 54; Capsicum sp – 10; Illicium sp - 1