Exotic Pest Reporting
Richard A. Casagrande, University of Rhode Island, Bugwood.org
Lily leaf beetle
Lily leaf beetle (Lilioceris lilii) is an insect pest of true lilies and Frillaria. It is a native of Europe and was first detected in Massachusetts in 1992.
Though this pest lays eggs and completes it's life cycle only on lilies, it feeds on a wide range of hosts, including potato, Slolanum spp., Nicotiona spp., Hollyhocks and Polygonatum spp. (Soloman's seal).
10/15/2019 - New Invasive Species Alert: The Lily Leaf Beetle
08/22/2019 - Garden Talk - Lily Leaf Beetle
07/22/2019 - Locals beat lily leaf beetle
06/03/2019 - Eco Talk: Protecting against the lily leaf beetle
09/06/2018 - Reintroduced Natural Enemies Take Fight to Pests
03/06/2018 - Growing Things: Red lily beetle a new Edmonton pest
07/31/2017 - The vampires of the garden
07/19/2017 - Insect turf war ramps up in New York - Times Union