Host List For Glassy-Winged Sharpshooter



(Oviposition hosts indicated with asterisk; see end of list. Recent Actions for additional notes)

 

Sorted by Scientific Name:

Scientific Name
Abelia spp*
Albizia julibrissin
Aleurites fordii
Althaea spp.*
Amaranthus hybridus, A.spinosus
Ambrosia spp.
Arbutus unedo*
Asclepias spp.
Asparagus officinalis
Bauhinia purpurea*
Betula spp.
Bougainvillea spp.*
Buxus spp.
Camellia japonica
Campsis radicans
Cassia occidentalis, C.tora*
Catalpa bignonioides
Ceratonia spp.*
Cercis spp.*
Chenopodium spp.*
Cinnamomum camphora*
Citrus spp.*
Cotoneaster spp.
Cupaniopsis anacardioides*
Elaeagnus spp.
Erigeron canadensis*
Eriobotrya japonica*
Erythrina caffra*
Escallonia spp.*
Eucalyptus spp.*
Euonymus spp.*
Eupatorium capillifolium
Eupatorium perfoliatum
Ficus spp.
Fraxinus spp.*
Gelsemium sempervirens*
Ginkgo biloba
Gladiolus spp.
Gossypium spp.
Hardenbergia spp.*
Helianthus spp.*
Hibiscus spp.*
Hibiscus spp.*
Ilex spp.
Ilex vomitoria
Jasminum mesnyi
Juglans spp.
Lactuca canadensis
Lagerstroemia spp.*
Laurus nobilis*
Ligustrum spp.*
Liquidambar styraciflua
Macadamia spp.*
Magnolia spp.*
Malus sylvestris
Malva spp.
Melaleuca spp.*
Melia azedarach
Monarda fistulosa
Morus spp.*
Myoporum spp.*
Nandina domestica*
Nerium spp.
Nicotiana spp.*
Nyssa sylvatica
Oenothera laciniata
Persea spp.*
Philodendron spp.
Philodendron spp.
Photinia spp.
Phytolacca americana
Pinus spp.
Pittosporum spp.
Platanus spp.*
Podocarpus spp.*
Populus spp.*
Prunus amygdalus
Prunus angustifolia
Prunus armeniaca
Prunus avium
Prunus caroliniana
Prunus persica
Prunus spp.
Pyracantha coccinea
Pyrus communis
Quercus spp.*
Rhus spp.*
Rhus spp.*
Rubus spp.
Rudbeckia laciniata
Salix matsudana
Sambucus spp.*
Sassafras albidum
Schefflera spp.*
Solidago spp.
Sonchus oleraceus
Sorghum halepensse*
Thuja spp.
Tristania laurina*
Tupidanthus calyptratus*
Ulmus parvifolia
Viburnum spp.*
Vigna sinensis
Vitis spp.*
Wisteria spp.
Xanthium spp.
Yucca aloifolia
Zea mays
Common Name
Abelia*
Silk tree
Tung
Hollyhock*
Pigweed
Ragweed
Strawberry tree*
Milkweed
Asparagus
Orchid tree*
Birch
Bougainvillea*
Boxwood
Camellia
Trumpet creeper
Coffeeweed*
Catalpa
Carob*
Redbud*
Lambsquarter*
Camphor tree*
Citrus*
Cotoneaster
Carrot wood*
Elaeagnus
Horseweed*
Loquat*
Coral tree*
Escallonia*
Eucalyptus*
Euonymus*
Dogfennel
Boneset
Fig
Ash*
Trumpet flower*
Maidenhair-tree
Gladiolus
Cotton
Hardenbergia*
Sunflower*
Hibiscus*
Okra*
Holly
Yaupon
Japanese jasmine
Walnut
Lettuce, wild
Crape myrtle*
Sweet bay*
Privet*
Sweetgum
Macadamia*
Magnolia*
Apple
Mallow
Bottlebrush*
Chinaberry
Wild bergamot
Mulberry*
Myoporum*
Heavenly bamboo*
Oleander
Tree Tobacco*
Blackgum
Evening primrose
Avocado*
Philodendron
Philodendron
Photinia
Pokeweed
Pine
Pittosporum
Sycamore*
Podocarpus*
Cottonwood*
Almond
Plum, chicksaw
Apricot
Cherry
Cherry laurel
Peach
Plum, cultivated
Pyracantha/Firethorn
Pear
Oak*
Laurel sumac*
Sumac*
Blackberry
Goldenglow
'Tortuosa' Willow, Corkscrew
Elderberry*
Sassafras
Umbrella tree*
Goldenrod
Sowthistle
Johnsongrass*
Arborvitae
Tristania*
Tupidanthus*
Chinese Elm
Viburnum*
Cowpea
Grape*
Wisteria
Cocklebur
Yucca
Corn



* Oviposition hosts are indicated with an asterisk.
* Shipments of the plants listed above should be considered to present a risk of moving live GWSS, except when in the form of buds, bulbs, corms, cut flowers, cut foliage, pips,
seeds, stolons, or tubers.
* The host list will be updated as more information becomes available about the host preferences of GWSS.
* This list should not be interpreted as a list of plants to remove to protect areas from Pierce's disease.