Exotic Pest Reporting
Bean leatherleaf slug
Bean leatherleaf slug (Sarasinula plebeia) is a mollusk pest. It is a native of Carribean and was first detected in Hawaii in 2005.
This species is phytophagus and has caused damage to cacao plants in Tabasco, Mexico, citrus stock in Orange County, Florida, and has been observed feeding on nursery plants. This species is probably the most destructive slug threat to Florida agriculture.