Exotic Pest Reporting
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Russian wheat aphid
Russian wheat aphid (Diuraphis noxia) is an insect pest of wheat and barley. It is a native of Europe and Asia and was first detected in Texas in 1986.
While feeding, the aphid injects toxins into the host plant which causes stunted growth and longitudinal white streaks in the leaves and stems.
08/26/2020 - Russian wheat aphid infiltrates south east
11/30/2018 - Russian wheat aphid moves north
09/21/2018 - Russian Wheat Aphid found in Northern Mallee
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08/04/2017 - Russian wheat aphid arrives in Tasmania
07/27/2017 - Elders keeping watch on Russian wheat aphid
06/01/2016 - Pest found in SA cereal crops | SBS News