Recommended further reading and external links

  • Ausveg Fact Sheet on the tomato potato psyllid (PDF)
  • Australian Government Department of Agriculture Fisheries and Forestry. 2012. Diagnostic Protocol for the detection of the Tomato Potato Psyllid, Bactericera cockerelli (Šulc). SPHDS Protocol NDP 20. Department of Agriculture Fisheries and Forestry, Canberra: http://plantbiosecuritydiagnostics.net.au/resource-hub/protocols/national-diagnostic-protocols/
  • Australian Government Department of Agriculture Fisheries and Forestry. 2012. Diagnostic protocol for the identification and detection of Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum, the causal agent of zebra chip of potatoes. SPHDS Protocol NDP 18. Department of Agriculture Fisheries and Forestry, Canberra: http://plantbiosecuritydiagnostics.net.au/resource-hub/protocols/national-diagnostic-protocols/
  • Biosecurity Australia. 2009. Final pest risk analysis report for "Candidatus Liberibacter psyllaurous" in fresh fruit, potato tubers, nursery stock and its vector the tomato-potato psyllid. Biosecurity Australia, Canberra: http://www.daff.gov.au
  • Proceedings of the 12th Annual 2012 Zebra Chip reporting season, San Antonia, Texas, October 30 – November 2, 2012 (eds Workneh F, Rashed F & Rush CM): http://zebrachipscri.tamu.edu/files/2013/04/2012-Proceedings.pdf
  • Butler CD & Trumble JT. 2012. The potato psyllid, Bactericera cockerelli (Sulc) (Hemiptera: Triozidae): life history, relationship to plant diseases, and management strategies. Terrestrial Arthropod Reviews 5, 87-111.
  • Hollis D. 2004. Australian Psylloidea: jumping plantlice and lerp insects. Goanna Print, Canberra, 216 pp.
  • Kale A. 2011. Report on the economic and business impacts of potato psyllid on the potato industry. Report for Potatoes New Zealand (PNZ): http://www.potatoesnz.co.nz/Overview/What-we-are-working-on/Psyllid-resources.htm
  • Liefting LW, Sutherland PW, Ward LI, Paice KL, Weir BS & Clover GRG. 2009. A new 'Candidatus Liberibacter' species associated with diseases of solanaceous crops. Plant Disease 93, 208-214.
  • Munyaneza, JE. 2012. Zebra chip disease of potato: biology, epidemiology, and management. American Journal of Potato Research 89, 329-350.
  • Ogden SC. 2011. Tomato Potato Psyllid and Liberibacter in New Zealand - impacts and research programme overview. In: Proceedings of the 11th Annual 2011 Zebra Chip reporting season, San Antonia, Texas, October 30 – November 2, 2012 (eds Workneh F, Rashed F & Rush CM), p. 173-177: http://zebrachipscri.tamu.edu/files/2012/05/Compiled-proceedings-book_Final.pdf
  • Pest and Disease Image Library (PaDIL) – for high quality images of the tomato potato psyllid: http://www.padil.gov.au/
  • Plant Health Australia. 2010. Threat Specific Contingency Plan. Zebra chip complex: Psyllid vector – Bactericera cockerelli and Pathogen – Candidatus Liberibacter psyllaurous (syn. Ca. L. solanacearum). Plant Health Australia, Canberra, Australia: http://www.planthealthaustralia.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/Zebra-chip-CP-2011.pdf
  • Plant Health Australia. 2013. Industry Biosecurity Plan for the Potato Industry. Version 2.0 November 2013. Plant Health Australia, Canberra, Australia: http://www.planthealthaustralia.com.au
  • Potatoes New Zealand: Psyllid News July 2014 (PDF)
  • Walker PW, Allen GR, Tegg RS, White LR and Wilson CR. 2014. The tomato potato psyllid, Bactericera cockerelli (Šulc) (Hemiptera: Triozidae): a review of the threat of the psyllid to Australian solanaceous crop industries and surveillance for incursions in potato crops. Austral Entomology (in press).