10. In the Barcode of Life Data System (BOLDSYSTEMS), sequences of P. japonica haplotypes are available. However, beetles can feed over an entire soyabean field and cause their damage. © Copyright 2020 CAB International. The spring Tiphia seems to be well-established throughout the beetle-inhabiting areas. Fleming WE (1972) Biology of the Japanese beetle. However, no key to species is available and because the genus consists of more than 300 species, many from Africa and Asia, there is a chance of misidentifying some specimens (EPPO, 2016). Continuing to use www.plantwise.org/KnowledgeBank means you agree to our use of cookies. Since the first detection in the United States in a nursery near Riverton, New Jersey, in 1916, it has spread to many states east of the Mississippi River (except Florida), as well as parts of Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas, Arkansas, and Oklahoma. Due to the variable regulations around (de-)registration of pesticides, we are for the moment not including any Biological Control 5, 167–172. Metcalf RL & Metcalf RA (1993) Destructive and useful insects: their habits and control. The eggs viability decreases with temperatures below 10°C; seven days at 0°C led to 100% egg mortality (Fleming, 1972). However, the Chinese Administration of Animal and Plant Quarantine reports that this is a mistaken identification; the pest concerned is Popillia quadriguttata. Provides an overview of all Species Profiles included on our Web site with primary common and scientific names. More information; Don't need the entire report? Atti Giornate Fitopatologiche 2020 (in Italian, in press). (2017) show that the native Larvae may be transported in soil around the roots of plants for planting. For instance, in the Lombardy Region (Italy), citizens support the surveillance of P. japonica through the citizen science app FitoDetective (Regione Lombardia, 2020b). When the temperature is between 21°C and 35°C, and the relative humidity is above 60% on clear summer days, beetles feed actively (CFIA, 2017). P. japonica is adapted to regions where the mean soil temperature is between 17.5°C and 27.5°C during the summer, and above -9.4°C in the winter (CABI, 2019). Visual inspections of the most attractive plants (e.g., vines, roses, Parthenocissus spp.) Popillia japonica is a Union quarantine pest as defined in the Regulation (EU) 2016/2031 and it is also listed as a priority pest under Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2019/1702. The EPPO Standard PM 9/21(1) (EPPO, 2016) describes containment measures to avoid the spread of P. japonica outside infested areas. In addition, adults can aggregate and feed in large numbers on the fruit of early-ripening varieties of apple, peach, nectarine, plum, raspberries, and quince. Gazzetta Ufficiale n. 71, del 26 marzo 2018. Adults live for 30-45 days and can mate more than once (Potter & Held, 2002; EFSA, 2019). 3. Generate report. https://gd.eppo.int/reporting/article-6844 [accessed on 9 September 2020]. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 96, 129–139. Jackson TA (1992) Scarabs–pests of the past or the future? However, if disturbed adults will fly at 21°C (Fleming, 1972). Beetles can aggregate and feed in large numbers on the fruit of early-ripening varieties of apple, peach, nectarine, plum, raspberries, and quince. Male and female beetles can be differentiated from each other by the shape of the tibia and tarsus on the foreleg. Adult emergence as well as mating, oviposition and larval development times vary with latitude and from year to year according to temperature (Fleming, 1972). area (CABI 2019). Larval populations are aggregated and often occur in the vicinity of plants that had adults aggregating on them to feed and mate during the summer; well drained moderately textured soils in sunlight also favour higher densities of larvae. In the EPPO region, P. japonica was accidentally introduced into the Azores (Terceira Island, Portugal) in the early 1970s (Martins & Simoes, 1988; Jackson, 1992) via a US military airbase (Porter & Held, 2002). Journal of Economic Entomology 24, 453–462. EPPO RS (2019a) EPPO Reporting Service No. Lacey LA, Amaral JJ, Coupland J, Klein MG & Simoes AM (1995) Flight activity of Popillia japonica (Coleoptera:Scarabaeidae) after treatment with Metarhizium anisopliae. Fleming (1972a) provided a ranking of the extent of feeding by adult P. japonica on 435 plant species in 95 families. An outbreak of the beetle occurred in July 1982, and was particularly heavy on blackberry [Rubus] in hedges; nearby vegetation, including the flowers of pasture clovers and the tree Myrica faya were also attacked. The movement of plants with soil from an infested area to outside the area should be banned. ----- Survey reports are presented for a variety of pests, including P. japonica. Other western states utilize traps to a lesser extent. In private gardens, the manual collection of adults can be used and their suppression in basins with soapy water. Front claw toothed; male with toothed claw more robust than in female. Pronotum with dense punctation near anterior border; punctures distinct. The ventral side of the tenth abdominal segment bears two medial rows of 67 spines in a characteristic V-shape, one of the most important morphological characters used to distinguish P. japonica from other species of scarab larvae (Sim, 1934; Klausnitzer, 1978). Article 2019/158 Update of the situation of Popillia japonica in Portugal (Azores). A species profile for Japanese Beetle. Please see the bibliographic details to the right. When grubs are numerous (400/m2+) the root system is completely severed and the sod can be lifted or rolled back like a carpet. Although beetles can fly up to 5 miles, they rarely do, and are not attracted to traps more than 50-100 m away (Lacey et al., 1994). In the EPPO region, the EPPO PM 9/21(1) (EPPO, 2016) describes procedures for official control with the aim of detecting, containing and eradicating P. japonica. advanced search... Login. CABI is a registered EU trademark. Chemical control against larvae is complicated by the difficulty of product distribution in the soil. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 15(2), 259–265. Techniques for using these nematodes can be found at http://www.oardc.ohio-state.edu/nematodes, or in the training video “Entomopathogenic Nematodes: Tools for pest management” (Gaugler and Klein, 1998). Highly susceptible trees such as Sassafras, Prunus cerasifera, Ancer ploatanoides, and Tillia spp., or certain wild plants, such as species of Malva, Parthenocissus, Polygonum, and Vitis, will attract numerous beetles. Azadirachtin has shown some control efficacy in addition to its repellent effect (Ciampitti et al., 2018). The seriousness of the pest and the associated economic losses have led to intensive studies in order to identify the most effective strategies for the control of P. japonica. are not considered as pathways of this pest (DEFRA, 2015). - Appendix 1: Regulatory status of areas in Canada and the United States for Japanese beetle (Popillia japonica). Journal of Economic Entomology 81, 152–157. However, in California, Nevada and Oregon, it has been possible to eradicate outbreaks (Porter & Held, 2002). https://doi.org/10.2903/sp.efsa.2019.EN-1568. https://gd.eppo.int/reporting/article-6128 [accessed on 9 September 2020]. EPPO Bulletin 50(1), 88–98. P. japonica feeds less on cloudy and windy days and does not feed on rainy days. Adults feed gregariously, usually beginning to feed at the top of a host and working downwards (Fleming, 1972). EFSA (2018) Bragard C, Dehnen-Schmutz K, Di Serio F, Gonthier P, Jacques M-A, Jaques Miret JA, Justesen AF, Magnusson CS, Milonas P, Navas-Cortes JA, Parnell S, Potting R, Reignault PL, Thulke H-H, Van der Werf W, Vicent Civera A, Yuen J, Zappala L, Czwienczek E & MacLeod A. Infection of tall fescue, Festuca arundinacae or perennial ryegrass, Lolium perenne, with fungal endophytes (Neotyphodium spp.) Popillia japonica was first reported from the island of Terceira, Azores, in 1970. CABI (2019) Popillia japonica (Japanese beetle) https://www.cabi.org/isc/datasheet/43599 [accessed on 14 September 2020]. Folmer O, Black M, Hoeh W, Lutz R & Vrijenhoek R (1994) DNA primers for amplification of mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase subunit I from diverse metazoan invertebrates. Smith IM, McNamara DG, Scott PR & Holderness M (1997) Popillia japonica. Because the adults can fly considerable distances, controlling one life stage will not necessarily preclude problems with the other. The availability of host plants is not a limiting factor for its establishment and spread in the EPPO countries as instead might be the climatic conditions, especially temperature and soil moisture (CABI, 2019). Go! This is most effective when done before damage to the plants. Ecoclimatic conditions . Sometimes, females form a burrow in the upper 10 cm of soil to deposit the eggs (Metcalf & Metcalf, 1993). Ontario CropIPM factsheets, Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, Canada, 2015, English language, External factsheets Abstract. Klausnitzer B (1978) Ordnung Coleoptera (Larven). Atti Giornate Fitopalogiche, Chianciano Terme 6-9 March 2018 (in Italian). P. japonica infestations also have an indirect economic impact on nurseries because of the cost of applying the phytosanitary measures adopted to prevent the movement of plants with soil containing beetle larvae. Wright et al. CABI’s work is delivered through dedicated teams and key partners in 49 countries across the globe. In the Azores, Lacey et al. available in the, Lagerstroemia indica (Indian crape myrtle), Oenothera biennis (common evening primrose), Parthenocissus quinquefolia (Virginia creeper), Polygonum lapathifolium (pale persicaria), Prunus japonica (Japanese bush cherry tree), Prunus serrulata (Japanese flowering cherry), Prunus subhirtella (weeping Japanese cherry), Prunus virginiana (common chokecherrytree), Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License, http://www.oardc.ohio-state.edu/nematodes, http://ec.europa.eu/food/plant/pesticides/eu-pesticides-database/. Further information can be found in the EPPO data sheet on P. japonica (EPPO/CABI, 1997). Along each lateral side of the elytra, there are five tufts of white hair present and two dorsal spots of white hair on the last abdominal segment. Traps baited with a sex pheromone and a floral lure are very useful in attracting adult beetles for detection survey (early detection) (Porter & Held, 2002; EFSA, 2019). The grubs assume a typical, scarab, C … Pupae are 14 mm in length and 7 mm in width on average and exarate in form. (Nematoda: Mermithidae) parasitizing the Japanese beetle Popillia japonica Newman (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) in Italy. This datasheet was extensively revised in 2020 by Mariangela Ciampitti, Luana Giordano and Matteo Zugno. [LINK] [accessed on 15 September 2020]. It is listed in Annex II Part B (section C - Insects and mites) of Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2019/2072. Plant Pest Factsheet. The outbreak area was located in the Ticino Valley Natural Park, along the Ticino river, in the two contiguous Italian regions of Lombardy and Piedmont. If you would like to, you can learn more about the cookies we use. Biological Control 4, 298–303. However, Japanese beetle traps are an important tool in the identification and delimitation of new P. japonica infestations. EPPO (2016) PM 9/21(1) Popillia japonica: procedures for official control. Soil sampling is necessary to collect larvae and useful to estimate the consistency of population in the infested areas, but is not recommended for the detection survey. This appears to be more of a back-yard maize growing situation because the light-loving beetles rarely venture more than 1-2 rows into a maize field. Severely damaged leaves soon turn brown and drop. Lacey LA, Amaral JJ, Coupland J & Klein MG (1994) The influence of climatic factors on the flight activity of the Japanese beetle (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae): implications for use of a microbial control agent. Popillia japonica - japanese beetle - desc-mating pair on filbert tree leaf.jpg 926 × 838; 189 KB Popillia japonica - Japanese beetle.JPG 2,560 × 1,920; 2.4 MB Popillia japonica 01.jpg 5,152 × … Although mass trapping has held isolated populations in check, and reduced the regulatory situation at some airports, it has not been effective in reducing established P. japonica infestations. Mipaaf (2018) Decreto 22 gennaio 2018. Damage is often most severe when these crops are planted into areas which were previously turf. Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs, UK.Marianelli L, Paoli F, Torrini G, Mazza G, Benvenuti C, Binazzi F, Sabbatini Peverieri G, Bosio G, Venanzio D, Giacometto E, Priori S, Koppenhöfer AM & Roversi PF (2017) Entomopathogenic nematodes as potential biological control agents of Popillia japonica (Coleoptera, Scarabaeidae) in Piedmont Region (Italy). The female is typically larger than the male. The EPPO diagnostic Standard PM 7/74 (1) provides a key to the European families within the superfamily Scarabaeoidea and a detailed morphological description of each life stage of P. japonica and very useful illustrations (EPPO, 2006). EPPO (1980) EPPO Data Sheet on Quarantine Organisms no 40. Pygidiumwith 2 vaguely oval-shaped patches formed by dense whitish hairs (sometimes absent in worn specimens). Nurseries located in infested areas should be able to move plants only if they apply an official protocol which includes, the following measures: 1) removal of all soil residue that could contain pre-imaginal stages of the insect, 2) growth during their entire life cycle in a production area equipped with complete physical protection, 3) the surface of the containers covered by anti-insect netting, mulching fabric or other mulching material, and kept isolated from the underlying soil, and 4) insecticide treatments (Mipaaf, 2018). When the presence of P. japonica adults is confirmed, consignments leaving the infested areas should be carefully inspected to ensure that they are pest free. The infested area in Italy increases by about 10 km every year (Regione Lombardia, 2020a). Their valuable contribution is gratefully acknowledged. Outside of its native Japan, Popillia japonica is found in China, Russia, Portugal, Canada and the United States (CABI 2009). They also defoliate asparagus, nearly all varieties of grapes, and many fruit-bearing trees, especially apple, cherry, plum, and peach. Chemical control against adults can be achieved by using several different plant protection products belonging to the pyrethroid and neonicotinoid families. Num. Temperature and in particular soil moisture are the main factors that may limit the potential spread of the beetle into new areas. Oliver BJ, Range CM, Reding ME, Moyseenko JJ, Youssef NN & Bray AM (2013) Preharvest quarantine treatments of chlorantraniliprole, clothianidin, and imidacloprid-based insecticides for control of Japanese beetle (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) and other scarab larvae in the root zone of field-grown nursery trees. The adult of P. japonica is similar to Phyllopertha horticola though it can be distinguished from the latter by its shiny golden green thorax, lateral tufts of white hair on the abdomen, and two patches of white hair on pygidium. Martins A & Simoes N (1988) Suppression of the Japanese beetle in the Azores: an ecological approach. Present, restricted distribution From CABI Pest map 016 (1978): Present, no details. When the population density is high, leaves can be skeletonized (EPPO, 2016, EFSA, 2019) and only the mid-vein is left intact. English, Pennsylvania State University Insect Pest Fact Sheets, The Pennsylvania State University, 2000, English language, Crop Science Extension & Outreach Factsheets, College of ACES, University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign, USA, English language, Ontario CropIPM factsheets, Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, Canada, 2015, French language, External factsheets Vigorous, well-watered turf can withstand two to three times the normal threshold of grubs (ca. Potter DA & Held DW (2002) Biology and management of the Japanese beetle. 22 pp. Males have a three-lobed eruption covering the developing genitalia on the posterior ventral abdominal segments so can be distinguished from females (EPPO, 2006). Morphological identification of P. japonica is possible on larvae and adults. Maize is one field crop seriously damaged in North America. Agricultural Canada Ottawa, Ontario Canada, 491 pp. A decade ago it was estimated that more than $460 million is spent each year to control the grubs and adults, and about $156 million in renovating or replacing damaged turf or ornamental plants (USDA/APHIS, 2000). The larval body shows the typical scarabaeiform C-shape. P. japonica overwinters as a larva. These findings were considered an incursion without establishment (EPPO RS, 2020). La Popillia japonica è un insetto nativo del Giappone, ma presente da secoli anche in Cina e Russia Orientale.Questo patogeno approdò nello stato del New Jersey, intorno al 1915 e da lì si diffuse in tutti gli Stati Uniti orientali. The Japanese beetle is a relatively new pest in Arkansas that damages turfgrass, horticultural plants, and fruit crops. Popillia japonica for the UK territory (Korycinska et al., 2015), the EPPO Datasheet (EPPO and CABI, 1997), the EPPO diagnostic protocol (EPPO, 2006), the EPPO Standard on National Control Systems (EPPO, 2016), the EPPO Global Database (EPPO, 2018, the CABI datasheet on P. japonica (CABI, Journal of Applied Entomology 142(3), 311–318. Sim RJ (1934) Characters useful in distinguishing larvae of Popillia japonica and other introduced Scarabaeidae from native species. Excrements are evacuated and activity is reduced as internal changes occur (EPPO, 2006). When the population density of P. japonica is higher, in the middle of the flight season, adults may be hitchhikers using various means of transport such as trucks or planes. 08. In contrast, rainfall or irrigation in summer and early autumn, during early instar feeding, promotes tolerance and recovery of grub-damaged turfgrass. [accessed on 26 June 2020]. The adult beetle is brightly coloured metallic green and coppery bronze, oval in shape, and varies in size from 8 to 11 mm in length and 5 to 7 mm in width. To build upon prior research demonstrating the potential of entomopathogenic nematode dissemination by infected adult Japanese beetle, Popillia japonica, we evaluated susceptibility of the adult beetles to 20 strains of Steinernema and Heterorhabditis under laboratory conditions. Fleming (1972) provides descriptions for each life stage. The adult measures 15 mm (0.6 in) in length and 10 mm (0.4 in) in width, has iridescent copper-colored elytra and a green thorax and head. Adult Japanese beetles feed on … It is now maintained in an electronic format in the EPPO Global Database. United States Department of Agriculture (US). A third established parasitoid, Tiphia popilliavora, the fall tiphia, has not been recovered since 1969, although isolated populations may still be present. Ciampitti M, Bertoglio M, Cavagna B, Suss L & Bianchi A (2016) Prime esperienze di semi-campo per il controllo delle larve di Popillia japonica. Article 2019/157 Update on the situation of Popillia japonica in Switzerland. Crops significantly damaged include maize, soybean and pasture. Popillia japonica has been present and spreading within Minnesota for over 50 years (see Proximity to Minnesota) and is known to be spread by humans. In 2017, a new species of mermithid nematode, Hexamermis popilliae, has been described in Italy and it will be evaluated as a potential biological control agent in Integrated pest management (IPM) programs (Mazza et al., 2017). Intercept Ltd., Andover, Hampshire, UK, pp.1–10. https://qbank.eppo.int/arthropods/organisms [accessed on 23 September 2020]. EFSA supporting publication 2019: EN-1568. Vieira V (2008) The Japanese beetle Popillia japonica Newman, 1938 Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae in the Azores islands. The larvae feed just below the soil surface causing root damage of host plants. The best environmentally friendly control strategy is the physical protection of host plants with nets. Boletin Sociedad Entomologica Aragonesa 43, 450–451. The Coleopterists' Bulletin , 81- 95. Journal of Economic Entomology 106(3), 1190–1199. Larvae of P. japonica could be accidentally transported and introduced into new areas through the soil associated with plants for planting with roots, though not necessarily of their preferred hosts. Scientific Opinion on the pest categorization of Popillia japonica. Misure d’emergenza per impedire la diffusione di Popillia japonica Newman nel territorio della Repubblica italiana. During 1920-1933, the USDA imported about 49 species of parasites of P. japonica and related scarabs from the orient and Australia and released them into Japanese beetle-infested areas in the USA (Fleming, 1968). Toggle navigation. On some plants with thin leaves and fine venation, and on petals of flowers, the beetles consume irregularly-shaped sections in the same manner as many Lepidoptera. Outbreak No. Chlorantraniliprole and neonicotinoid insecticides are used in the USA to control larvae in the turf and show some efficacy in preharvest soil surface treatment of nursery plants grown in field soil (Oliver et al., 2013; Vittum, 2013; Ciampitti et al., 2016). Feeding by grubs on roots of maize, beans, tomatoes, strawberries, nursery seedlings, or other crops reduces their vitality and yield and sometimes kills the plants. References * INTERNET The odour and the location in direct sun play a pivotal role in the selection of host plants by the beetle. sites such as car parks or delivery yards from which the infestation could be accidentally spread from a distance by car or truck (EPPO, 2016). Beetles on plants are sluggish in the morning, before 9 am, or when the temperature is <21oC, and can be killed by picking them, or shaking them, into a bucket of soapy water (Ladd and Klein, 1982). Popillia japonica originates from Asia where it is native in northern China, Japan and the Far East of Russia. Skeletonized foliage is the most common symptom of feeding by the adult. Wright RJ, Villani MG & Agudelo-Silva F (1988) Steinernematid and heterorhabditid nematodes for control of larval European chafers and Japanese beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) in potted yew. (2013) found adult density decreased significantly with increasing distance from a field edge. Article 2014/179 First report of Popillia japonica in Italy. Mazza G, Paoli F, Strangi A, Torrini G, Marianelli L, Sabbatini Peverieri G, Binazzi F, Bosio G, Sacchi S, Benvenuti C, Venanzio D, Giacometto E, Roversi PF & Poinar GO Jr (2017) Hexamermis popilliae n. sp. Num. Bosio G, Giacometto E, Vigasio M, Ferrari D, Viglione P, Renolfi F, Fusano DL & Rigamonti I (2020) Prove di lotta contro Popillia japonica in vigneto nel Nord Piemonte. Note that the adults and grubs cause very different types of damage, above ground and below ground. Damage to tree fruits, small fruits, maize, and soybeans is also significant. In Italy, adults were recently found ready to emerge from the soil of rice paddies, but no damage has been recorded. Annual Review of Entomology 47, 175–205. Severe infestations can result in the death of the turf (Vail et al., 1999). Campbell JM, Sarazin MJ & Lyons B (1989) Canadian beetles (Coleoptera) injurious to crops, ornamentals, stored products, and buildings. Costs connected with quarantine concerns are likely to increase greatly with the discovery of the beetle on San Miguel Island, USA. Abstract This diagnostic protocol focuses on Japanese beetle (Popillia japonica), a pest native to northern China, Japan and the Far East of Russia, but introduced into North America and has become a more serious pest in the USA than in its area of origin. UMass Extension Turf Program. Costs due to larvae were estimated to be 234 million USD per year (USDA/APHIS, 2015) consisting of 78 million USD for control costs and 156 million USD for the replacement of damaged turf and ornamental plants. CAB International Wallingford Oxfordshire OX10 8DE UK compend@cabi.org. For other sections, the date of last revision is indicated on the right. https://gd.eppo.int/reporting/article-3272 [accessed on 9 September 2020]. However, traps are not recommended for delimiting survey in buffer areas of outbreaks to avoid extending the infestation. Use of Pathogens in Scarab Pest Management. The Japanese beetle has never been a major pest in Japan, and has not caused extensive damage up to this point in the Azores. Ecological Bulletins 39, 99–100. The first larval instar is completely white, 1.5 mm in length with biting mouthparts, three pairs of thoracic legs and 10 abdominal segments. Similar behaviour is reported both in the USA (e.g., Massachusetts, New England) and Canada, where in cooler years the life cycle can take 1 or 2 years (Vittum, 1986; Campbell et al., 1989; Potter & Held, 2002). 5th Edition, McGraw-Hill, New York. It is native to Japan but established in the USA in the early 20th century. In the absence of adults, the signs on leaves and flowers can be confused with those caused by other organisms, in particular insects and gastropods. Istocheta had been restricted to the New England states, but has recently been established in North Carolina, Michigan, Minnesota, and Missouri, USA (Jackson and Klein, 2006). The beetles feed on the maturing silk, preventing pollination; this results in malformed kernels and reduced yield. In addition, many millions of US dollars, and considerable quantities of pesticides, are also lost trying to limit the beetle’s spread by nursery stock and aeroplanes in North America. Oregon Department of Agriculture (2010) Japanese beetle: a major pest of plants. Num. Chemical Control In more recent studies, it has also been found in Texas, South Dakota, Washington, North Dakota, as well as a few spot… does not provide resistance to this pest. Regione Lombardia (2020a) Popillia japonica. Num. CFIA (2020) Popillia japonica (Japanese Beetle). Program Aid 1599. P. japonica has three larval instars. Ciampitti M, Bergaglio S, Cavagna B, Mori N & Pasqualini E (2018) Verifica dell’efficacia di insetticidi per il controllo degli adulti di Popillia japonica: procedura e primi risultati. Front claw toothed ; male with toothed claw more robust than in female soapy! 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