Pittosporum sucker

Pittosporum sucker is a sap sucking insect that can cause discolouration and distortion of pittosporum foliage.

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Pittosporum sucker (Trioza vitreoradiata) on Pittosporum

Quick facts

Common name: Pittosporum sucker or psyllid
Scientific name: Trioza vitreoradiata
Plants affected: Pittosporum
Main symptoms: Pale bulges and distortion on leaves
Most active: April-September

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