Appendix 1: Taxa regulated for Epiphyas postvittana (light brown apple moth) from the United States

January 10, 2011

An § indicates that this is a new addition to this list


Scientific Names

  • Acacia spp.
  • Acca spp. (synonym Feijoa spp. )
  • Actinidia spp.***
  • Adiantum spp.
  • Alnus spp.
  • Amaranthus spp.
  • Aquilegia spp.
  • Arbutus spp.
  • Arctotheca spp.
  • Artemisia spp.
  • Asparagus spp.
  • Astartea spp.
  • Aster spp.
  • Baccharis spp.
  • Boronia spp.
  • Brassica oleracea*
  • Breynia spp.
  • Buddleia spp.
  • Bursaria spp.
  • Calendula spp.
  • Callistemon spp.
  • Camellia spp.
  • Campsis spp.
  • Capsicum spp.
  • Cassia spp.
  • Ceanothus spp.
  • Centranthus spp.
  • Chamaecyparis spp.
  • Chenopodium spp.
  • Choisya spp.
  • Chrysanthemum spp.
  • Citrus spp.***
  • Clematis spp.
  • Clerodendron spp.
  • Clerodendrum spp.
  • Correa spp.
  • Coronilla spp.**
  • Cotoneaster spp.
  • Crataegus spp.
  • Crocosmia spp.
  • Cucumis sativus
  • Cucurbita spp.***
  • Cupressus spp.
  • Cydonia spp.
  • Cytisus spp.
  • Dahlia spp.
  • Datura spp.
  • Daucus spp.(excluding carrots without tops)
  • Dendranthema spp.
  • Diospyros spp.
  • Dodonaea spp.
  • Eriobotrya spp.
  • Eriostemon spp.
  • Escallonia spp.
  • Eucalyptus spp.
  • Euonymus spp.
  • Euphorbia spp.
  • Feijoa spp.(synonym Acca spp.)
  • Forsythia spp.
  • Fortunella spp.
  • Fragaria spp.
  • Gelsemium spp.
  • Genista spp.
  • Gerbera spp.
  • Grevillea spp.
  • Hardenbergia spp.
  • Hebe spp.
  • Hedera spp.
  • Helichrysum spp.
  • Humulus spp.
  • Hypericum spp.
  • Jasminum spp.
  • Lathyrus spp.
  • Lavandula spp.
  • Leptospermum spp.
  • Leucadendron spp.
  • Ligustrum spp.
  • Linum spp.
  • Litchi spp.
  • Lonicera spp.
  • Lupinus spp.
  • Lycopersicon spp.***
  • Macadamia spp.***
  • Malus spp.
  • Mangifera spp.
  • Melaleuca spp.
  • Mentha spp.
  • Mesembryanthemum spp.
  • Michelia spp.
  • Monotoca spp.
  • Myoporum spp.
  • Oxalis spp.
  • Parthenocissus spp.
  • Pelargonium spp.
  • Persicaria spp.
  • Persea spp.
  • Persoonia spp.
  • Petroselinum spp.
  • Philadelphus spp.
  • Photinia spp.
  • Phyllanthus spp.
  • Picea spp.
  • Pinus spp.
  • Pittosporum spp.
  • Plantago spp.
  • Platysace spp.
  • Populus spp.
  • Polygala spp.
  • Polygonum spp.
  • Prunus spp.
  • Pseudotsuga spp.
  • Pteris spp.
  • Pulicaria spp.
  • Pyracantha spp.
  • Pyrus spp.
  • Quercus spp.
  • Ranunculus spp.
  • Raphanus spp. (excluding radishes without tops)
  • Reseda spp.
  • Ribes spp.
  • Rosa spp.
  • Rubus spp.
  • Rumex spp.
  • Salix spp.
  • Salvia spp.
  • Senecio spp.
  • Sida spp.
  • Sisymbrium spp.
  • Smilax spp.
  • Solanum spp.***
  • Sollya spp.
  • Tithonia spp.
  • Thuja spp.
  • Trema spp.
  • Trifolium spp.**
  • Triglochin spp.
  • Ulex spp.
  • Urtica spp.
  • Vaccinium spp.
  • Viburnum spp.
  • Vicia spp. § **
  • Vinca spp.**
  • Vitis spp.

* Brassica oleracea includes, but is not limited to, wild cabbage, collards, Chinese kale, broccoli, cauliflower, head cabbage, brussels sprouts, and hybrids for which at least one parent plant is Brassica oleracea.

** There are no LBAM import requirements for these species when they are constituents of forage.

*** The fruits of these genera are exempt from LBAM import requirements, unless they are imported in association with leaves or other plant material.