Hosts of Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus and Impatiens Necrotic Spot Virus

Compiled by Simon W. Scott

This compilation of species susceptible to tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV) and impatiens necrotic spot virus (INSV) is the result of a search of CAB abstracts from December, 1995-1974. The search turned up more than 400 references to these two viruses. Those not dealing with host range were discarded and the information from others was compiled. The references contributing to this list are cited at the end of the document. The references by Cho et al., 1987, Stobbs et al., 1992 contributed most of the information. The citations in Cho et al., are from reports dating back to the 1940s and the definition of susceptibility will have been arrived at by host range studies and serological studies. The work of Stobbs et al., and Hausbeck et al., is a combination of ELISA and some host range studies. The Stobbs reference also includes data on feeding by thrips on hosts.

Acanthaceae
  • Aphelandra squarrosa - Hausbeck
Aesclepiadaceae 
  • Hoya - Verhoeven
Agavaceae 
  • Cordyline terminalis (L.) Kunth. (Ti, ki) - Cho
  • Dracaena spp. - Kaminska
  • Yucca aloifolia - Kaminska
Aizoaceae 
  • Mesembryanthemum sp. (Tricolor ice plant) - Cho
Alstomeriaceae
  • Alstroemeria - Verhoeven
Amaranthaceae
  • Amaranthus blitum L. - Jorda
  • A. caudatus L. (Love-lies-bleeding) - Stobbs
  • A. graecizans L. - Cho
  • A. hybridus L. (Green amaranth) - Cho
  • A. powellii S. Wats (Green pigweed) - Stobbs
  • A. retroflexus L. (Redroot pigweed) - Stobbs
  • A. spinosus.L. (Spiny amaranth) - Stobbs
  • Celosia cristata - Hausbeck
  • Gomphrena globosa L. (Globe amaranth) - Stobbs
  • G. globosa - Ruter
Amaryllidaceae
  • Clivia - Verhoeven
  • Eucharis grandiflora - Hausbeck
  • Hippeastrum (Barbados lily) - Verhoeven
Apocynaceae
  • Adenium - Verhoeven
  • Catharanthus roseus (L.) G. Don. - Ruter
  • Pachypodium lamerei - Kaminska
  • Vinca rosea L. (Periwinkle) - Stobbs
  • Nerium oleander L. (Oleander) - Cho
Aquifoliaceae
  • Ilex glabra (L.) A. Gray (Cv 'shamrock') - Ruter
Araceae
  • Aglaonema commutatum - Hausbeck
  • Anthurium andreanum - Verhoeven
  • A. scherzerianum - Verhoeven
  • Arum palaestinum (calla) - Cho
  • Dieffenbachia - Verhoeven
  • Dieffenbachia sp. - Kaminska
  • Philodendron - Verhoeven
  • Spathiphyllum - Verhoeven
  • Syngonium podophyllum - Hausbeck
  • Zantedeschia aethiopica (Commom calla lily) - Kaminska
Araliaceae
  • Fatsia - Verhoeven
  • F. japonica - Kaminska
Aristolochiaceae
  • Asarum canadense L. (Wild ginger) - Stobbs
Asclepiadaceae
  • Stephanotsis floribunda - Hausbeck
Balsaminaceae
  • Impatiens capensis Meerb. (Jewelweed) - Stobbs
  • I. wallerana J.D. Hook - Ruter
  • Impatiens spp. - Verhoeven
Begoniaceae
  • Begonia x hiemalis Fotsch (Begonia)
  • B. semperflorens (Begonia)
  • Begonia sp. (Begonia) - Verhoeven
Berberidaceae
  • Berberis sp. - Hausbeck
Boraginaceae
  • Myosotis sp. (Forget-me-not) - Stobbs
Bromeliaceae
  • Ananas comosus (L.) Merr. (Pineapple) - Cho
Cactaceae
  • Opuntia sp. - Hausbeck
  • Schlumbergera truncata - Hausbeck
Calycanthaceae
  • Calycanthus floridus L. - Ruter
Campanulaceae
  • Campanula americana L. (Tall bellflower) - Stobbs
  • C. pyramidalis L. (Chimney bellflower) - Cho
  • C. rapunculoides L. (Creeping bellflower) - Stobbs
  • Campanula - Verhoeven
  • Trachelium caerulea L. - Cho
  • Trachelium sp. (Throatwort) - Cho
  • Trachymeme caerulea R.C. Grah - Cho
Caprifoliaceae
  • Abelia x grandifloria (Andre) Rehd.
  • 'Edward Goucher' - Ruter
  • Weigela florida (Bunge) A.D.C.
  • 'Variegata Nana' - Ruter
Caricaceae
  • Carica papaya L. (Papaya) - Cho
Caryophyllaceae
  • Agrostemma githago L. (Purple cockle) - Stobbs
  • Cerastium vulgatum L. (Mouse-ear chickweed) - Stobbs
  • Gypsophila paniculata L. (Baby's breath) - Cho
  • Lychnis alba Mill. (White cockle) - Stobbs
  • L. coronaria (L.) Desr. (Dusty miller) - Cho
  • Saponaria officinalis L. (Bouncing-bet) - Stobbs
  • Silene vulgaris - Jorda
  • Spergula arvensis L. (Corn spurry) - Stobbs
  • Spinacia oleracea (Spinach) - Cho
  • Stellaria media (L.) Cyrill (Common chickweed) - Stobbs
Chenopodiaceae
  • Chenopodium album L. (Lamb's quarters) - Stobbs
  • C. amaranticolor (Lamb's quarters) - Stobbs
  • C. ambrosioides (Mexican tea) - Cho
  • C. gigantospermum Aellen (Maple-leaf goosefoot) - Stobbs
  • C. glaucum L. (Oak-leaf goosefoot) - Stobbs
  • C. murale L. (Nettleleaf goosefoot) - Stobbs
  • C. quinoa Willd. - Cho
  • Salsola pestifer A. Nels (Russian-thistle) - Stobbs
Compositae
  • Acanthospermum hisipidium DC. - Cho
  • Ageratum houstonianum Mill. (Ageratum) - Ruter
  • Ambrosia artemisiifolia L. (Common ragweed) - Stobbs
  • A. trifida L. (Giant ragweed) - Stobbs
  • Antennaria neglecta Greene (Field pussytoes) - Stobbs
  • Arctium lappa L. (Great burdock) - Stobbs
  • A. minus Bernh (Common burdock) - Stobbs
  • Artemisia dracunculus - Hausbeck
  • Aster cordifolius L. (Blueweed aster) - Stobbs
  • A. laterfolius (L.) Britton (Calico aster) - Stobbs
  • A. novae-angliae L. (New England aster) - Stobbs
  • Aster sp. (Aster) - Cho
  • Bellis perennis - Feldhoff
  • Bidens pilosa L. (Spanish needle) - Cho
  • B. pilosa var. Minor (Bl.) Sherf (Spanish needle) - Cho
  • B. vulgata Greene (Tall beggarticks) - Stobbs
  • Brachycome iberidifloria - Hausbeck
  • Calendula officinalis L. (Calendula) - Cho
  • Callistephus chinensis (L.) Nees (China aster) - Cho
  • Carduus acanthoides L. (Plumeless thistle) - Stobbs
  • Centaurea - Verhoeven
  • Chrysanthemum
  • leucanthemum L. (Oxeye daisy) - Stobbs
  • C. frutescens - Verhoeven
  • C. indicum hybrids - Feldhoff
  • Chrysanthemum - Verhoeven
  • C. morifolium (Ram.) Hemsl. (Chrysanthemum) - Cho
  • Chrysanthemum sp. (Chrysanthemum) - Cho
  • Centaurea cyanus L. (Cornflower) - Stobbs
  • Cichorium endivia L. (Endive) - Cho
  • C. intybus L. (Chicory) - Stobbs
  • Cineraria cruenta Mass. - Cho
  • Cirsium arvense (L.) Scop. (Canada thistle) - Stobbs
  • Cirsium - Verhoeven
  • C. lanceolatum Hill (Bullthistle) - Cho
  • C. vulgare (Savi) Ten. (Bullthistle) - Stobbs
  • Coreopsis drummondii
  • Torr & Gray (Tickseed) - Cho
  • C. lanceolata L. (Tickseed) - Stobbs
  • Cosmos bipinnatus Cav. (Cosmos) - Cho
  • Crepis capillaris (L.) Wallr. (Smooth hawksbeard) - Stobbs
  • C. divaricata F. Schultz - Cho
  • C. pulchra L. - Cho
  • C. pumila - Cho
  • C. rhoeadifolia Bieb. - Cho
  • Cynara scolymus (artichoke) - Cho
  • Dahlia pinnata Cav. (Dahlia) - Cho
  • D. variabilis (Willd) Desf. (Dahlia) - Cho
  • Dendranthema grandiflora - Kaminska
  • Emilia sagittata DC. (Flora's paintbrush) - Cho
  • E. sonchifolia (L.) DC. (Red pualele) - Cho
  • Emilia sp. - Cho
  • Erigeron bonariensis L. (Hairy horseweed) - Cho
  • E. canadensis (Small-leaf horseweed) - Stobbs
  • E. strigosus Muhl. ex Willd. (Rough fleabane) - Stobbs
  • Eupatorium maculatum L. (Joe-Pye-weed) - Stobbs
  • Felicia - Verhoeven
  • Gaillardia aristata Pursh - Cho
  • Gaillardia sp. - Cho
  • Galinsoga ciliata (Raf.) Blake (Hairy galinsoga) - Stobbs
  • G. parviflora Cav. (Fuji grass) - Cho
  • G. quadriradiata (Raf.) Blake (Peruvian daisy) - Cho
  • Gazania spp. - Ruter
  • Gerbera jamesonii - Kaminska
  • G. jamesonii H. Bolus
  • ex. J.D. Hook - Ruter
  • Gerbera sp. (Africian daisy) - Verhoeven
  • Gnaphalium uliginosum L. (Low cudweed) - Stobbs
  • Helichrysum bracteatum - Hausbeck
  • Helipterum manglesii (Lindl.)
  • F.J. Muell. Ex Benth. (Swan river everlasting) - Cho
  • H. roseum Benth. - Cho
  • Lactuca canadensis L. (Canada lettuce) - Stobbs
  • L. sativa L. (Lettuce) - Cho
  • L. sativa var. Capitata L. - Cho
  • L. sativa var. Longifolia Lam. (Romaine) - Cho
  • L. scariola L. - Cho
  • L. serriola L. (Prickly lettuce) - Stobbs
  • Layia clegans Torr. & Gray - Cho
  • Matricaria maritima L. var.
  • agrestis (Knaf.) Wilm. (Scentless chamomile) - Stobbs
  • M. matricarioides (Less.)
  • C.L. Porter (Pineapple-weed) - Stobbs
  • Osteopermum sp. - Hausbeck
  • Rudbeckia hirta L. (Black-eyed Susan) - Schuster
  • Senecio cruentus (Mass.) DC. - Cho
  • S. jacobea L. (Tansy ragwort) - Stobbs
  • S. vulgaris L. (Common groundsel) - Stobbs
  • Senecio - Verhoeven
  • Senecio x hybridus (Cineraria cruenta Mass.) - Cho
  • Solidago (Goldenrod) - Hausbeck
  • Sonchus asper (L.) J. Hill (Spiny annual sowthistle) - Stobbs
  • S. oleraceus L. (Annual sowthistle) - Stobbs
  • S. tenerrimus - Jorda
  • Tagetes minuta L. (Marigold) - Cho
  • Taraxacum officinale Wigg. (Dandelion) - Stobbs
  • Tussilago farara L. (Coltsfoot) - Stobbs
  • Tithonia rotundifolia (Mill.)
  • S.F. Blake - Ruter
  • Xanthium saccharatum Wallr. (Cocklebur) - Cho
  • X. strumarium L. (Cocklebur) - Stobbs
  • Zinnia elegans Jacq. (Zinnia) - Cho
Convolvulceae
  • Convolvulus arvensis L. (Field bindweed) - Stobbs
  • C. sepium L. (Hedge bindweed) - Stobbs
  • Convolus sp. (Morning glory) - Cho
  • Dichondra carolinensis Michx. - Cho
  • Ipomoea congesta R. Br. (Blue morning glory) - Stobbs
  • I. hederacea
  • 'Superba' (L.) Jacq. - Cho
  • Jacquemontia
  • tamnifolia (L.) griseb (small flower morning-glory) - Schuster
Crassulaceae
  • Kalanchoe blossfeldiana - Hausbeck
  • Kalanchoe spp. - Verhoeven
  • Sedum spp. (Sedum) - Stobbs
Cruciferae
  • Alliaria officinalis Andrz. (Garlic mustard) - Stobbs
  • Aubrieta deltoidea - Hausbeck
  • Barbarea vulgaris R. Br. (Yellow-rocket) - Stobbs
  • Brassica campestris ssp.
  • Chinensis L. (White stem cabbage) - Cho
  • B. oleracea var. Botrysis (Cauliflower) - Cho
  • Capsella bursa-pastoris
  • (L.) Medik. (Shepherd's purse) - Stobbs
  • Cardamine oligosperma Nutt. (Cress) - Stobbs
  • Cheiranthus sp. (Wall flower) - Cho
  • Coronopus didymus (L.) Smith (swinecress) - Cho
  • Erysimum cheiranthoides L. (Wormseed mustard) - Stobbs
  • Hesperis matronalis L. (Dame's-rocket) - Stobbs
  • Malcomia maritima R. Br. (Virginia stock) - Cho
Cucurbitaceae
  • Cucumis sativus L. (Cucumber) - Cho
  • Echimocystis lobata (Michx.)
  • Torr. & A. Gray (Wild cucumber) - Stobbs
Cyperaceae
  • Cyperus esculentus L. (Yellow nut sedge) - Stobbs
Dipsacaceae
  • Scabiosa sp. (Mourning bride) - Cho
Ericaceae
  • Oxydendrum arboreum (L.) DC. - Ruter
  • Rhododendron sp. - Hausbeck
Euphorbiaceae
  • Pendilanthus tithymaloides - Hausbeck
Gentianiaceae
  • Eustoma grandiflorum
  • (Raf.) Shinn - Ruter
Geraniaceae
  • Geranium robertianum L. (Herb-robert) - Stobbs
  • Pelargonium peltatum - Verhoeven
  • P. peltatum hybrids - Feldhoff
Gesneriaceae
  • Achimenes - Verhoeven
  • Aeschynanthus - Verhoeven
  • A. pulcher - Hausbeck
  • Gloxinia (Gloxinia) - Verhoeven
  • Columnea hybrids - Feldhoff
  • Columnea spp. - Verhoeven
  • Saintpaulia spp. - Hausbeck
  • Sinningia speciosa (Lodd)
  • Hien gloxinia - Cho
  • Strephtocarpus spp. - Hausbeck
Graminieae
  • Cynodon dactilon L. - Jorda
Hydrangeaceae
  • Hydrangea macrophylla
  • 'Imaculata' Ser. (Hydrangea) - Allen
  • H. quercifolia W. Bartram - Ruter
Iridaceae
  • Belamcanda chinensis (L.) DC. (Blackberry lily) - Cho
  • Gladiolus sp. (Gladiola) - Cho
Ipomoea
  • Quamoclit coccinea
  • 'Hederifolia' L. (Star ipomoea) - Cho
Labiatae
  • Coleus blumei - Hausbeck
  • Lamium amplexicaule L. (Henbit) - Stobbs
  • L. amplexicaule L. - Jorda
  • Leonotis nepetaefolia R. Br. (Lion's ear) - Cho
  • Moluccella laevis L. (Bells of Ireland) - Jorda
  • Marrubium vulgare L. (Horehound) - Stobbs
  • Mentha arvensis L. (Field mint) - Stobbs
  • Monarda didyma - Hausbeck
  • Nepeta cataria L. (Catnip) - Cho
  • Ocimum basilicum - Hausbeck
  • Physostegia virginiana - Hausbeck
  • Plectranthus australis R. Br. - Ruter
  • Salvia splendens Ker-Gawl. (Scarlet sage) - Cho
  • Stachys arvensis L. (Staggerweed) - Cho
Lamiaceae
  • Monarda fistulosa L. (Wild bergamot) - Stobbs
Leguminosae
  • Archis hypogaea L. (Peanut) - Cho
  • Cassia occidentalis L. (Coffee senna) - Stobbs
  • Crotalaria incana L. (Fuzzy rattlepod) - Cho
  • C. mucronata Desv. (Smooth rattlepod) - Cho
  • Desmodium uncinatum
  • (Jacq) DC (Spanish clover) - Cho
  • Lathyrus odoratus L. (Sweet pea) - Cho
  • L. sativus L. (Grass pea) - Zimmer
  • Lupinus albus L. (Lupine) - Cho
  • L. angustifolius L. - Cho
  • L. leucophyllus Dougl. Ex Lindl. - Cho
  • Lupinus spp. (Lupine) - Stobbs
  • L. subcarnosus Hook (Texas bluebonnet) - Schuster
  • Medicago lupulina L. (Black medick) - Stobbs
  • M. polymorpha L. (Bur clover) - Cho
  • Melilotus officinalis (L.) Lam. (Yellow sweet-clover) - Stobbs
  • Phaseolus vulgaris L. (Snap bean) - Cho
  • Pisum sativum L. (Garden pea) - Cho
  • Robinia pseudo-acacia - Fulton
  • Trifolium repens L. (White clover) - Stobbs
  • T. subterraneum L. - Cho
  • Vica faba L. (Broad bean) - Cho
  • Vigna sinensis Endl. (Cowpea) - Cho
Liliaceae
  • Lilium spp. (Asiatic) - Hausbeck
  • L. tigrinum Ker-Gawl (Tiger lily) - Cho
  • Maianthemum canadense Desf. (Wild-lily-of-the-valley) - Stobbs
  • Rohdea sp. - Hausbeck
Lobeliaceae
  • Lobelia - Verhoeven
Malvaceae
  • Gossypium barbadense L. (Cotton) - Schuster
  • G. hirsutum L. (Cotton) - Schuster
  • Hibiscus tiliaceus L. (Mahoe hibiscus) - Schuster
  • H. trionum L. (Flower-of-an-hour) - Stobbs
  • Malva neglecta Wallr. (Common mallow) - Stobbs
  • M. nicaeensis All. (Mallow) - Cho
  • M. parviflora L. (Small-flowered mallow) - Stobbs
  • M. rotundifolia L. (Common mallow) - Cho
Marantaceae
  • Maranta spp. - Kaminska
Martniaceae
  • Martynia annua L. - Cho
Melastomaxceae
  • Medinilla magnifica - Kaminska
Moraceae
  • Ficus spp. - Kaminska
  • Ficus spp. - Verhoeven
  • F. elastica roxb. ex Hornem (cvs. Decora & Variegata)
  • F. stipulata Thunb. (cv. Repens) - Lavina
Myrsinaceae
  • Ardisia - Verhoeven
Onagraceae
  • Clarkia amoena - Cho
  • Godetia grandiflora Lindl. - Cho
  • Oenothera biennis L. (Yellow evening primrose) - Stobbs
  • Oenothera sp. (Evening primrose) - Cho
Oxalidaceae
  • Oxalis sp. - Hausbeck
Paeoniaceae
  • Paeonia sp. (Peony) - Cho
Papaveraceae
  • Papaver nudiaule L. (Iceland poppy) - Cho
  • P. orientale L. (Oriental poppy) - Cho
  • Papaver sp. (Poppy) - Stobbs
Piperaceae
  • Peperomia spp. - Verhoeven
Plantaginaceae
  • Plantago Ianceolata L. (Narrow-leaved plantain) - Stobbs
  • P. major L. (Broad-leaved plantain) - Cho
  • P. rugelii decne. (Rugel's plantain) - Stobbs
Plumbaginaceae
  • Limonium - Verhoeven
  • L. latifolium (Sm.) Ktze. (Statice) - Cho
  • L. sinuatum (L.) Mill (Statice) - Jorda
Polemonaceae
  • Phlox divaricata L. - Ruter
  • P. drummondii Hook (Phlox) - Ruter
  • Polemonium sp. - Hausbeck
Polygonaceae
  • Fagopyrum esculentum
  • Moench (Buckwheat) - Stobbs
  • Polygonum spp. (Bindweed) - Stobbs
  • P. aviculare L. (Prostrate knotweed) - Stobbs
  • P. convolvulus L. (Wild buckwheat) - Stobbs
  • P. persicaria L. (Lady's-thumb) - Stobbs
  • Polygonum sp. (Jointweed) - Cho
  • Rumex cripus L. (Curly dock) - Stobbs
Polypodiaceae
  • Asplenium nidus - Hausbeck
Portulacaceae
  • Montia sp. - Cho
  • Portulaca grandiflora - Hausbeck
  • P. oleracea L. (Purslane) - Stobbs
Primulaceae
  • Anagallis arvensis L. (Scarlet pimpernel) - Stobbs
  • Cyclamen - Verhoeven
  • C. persicum - Hausbeck
  • Primula malacoides Franch. (Fairy primrose) - Cho
  • P. obconica Hance - Cho
  • P. sinensis Lindl. (Chinese primrose) - Cho
  • Primula sp. (Primrose) - Cho
Ranunculaceae
  • Anemone sp. (Anemone) - Verhoeven
  • Aquilegia vulgaris L. (Columbine) - Stobbs
  • Delphinium cultorum Voss - Cho
  • Delphinium sp. (Larkspur) - Cho
  • Ranunculus acris L. (Tall buttercup) - Stobbs
  • R. abortivus L. (Small-flowered buttercup) - Stobbs
  • R. arvensis L. (Corn buttercup) - Stobbs
  • Ranunculus sp. (Buttercup) - Cho
Rosaceae
  • Photinia x fraseri Dress. - Ruter
  • Raphiolepis indica (L.) Lindl. ('Clara') - Ruter
Rubiaceae
  • Bouvardia - Verhoeven
  • Galium tricornutum Dandy - Jorda
  • G. parisiensis L. - Jorda
  • Gardenia jasminoides - Hausbeck
Saxifragaceae
  • Saxifraga sp. (Rockfoil) - Cho
  • Tolmiea menziesii - Hausbeck
Scrophulariceae
  • Antirrhinum sp. (Snapdragon) - Cho
  • Calceolaria crenatiflora - Hausbeck
  • Calceolaria sp. (Slipperwort) - Cho
  • Chelone sp. - Hausbeck
  • Digitalis purpurea L. (Foxglove) - Ruter
  • Penstemon hirsutus (L.) Willd. (Bread-tongue) - Cho
  • Penstemon spp. - Hausbeck
  • Verbascum thapsus L. (Common mullein) - Stobbs
  • Veronica spp. - Hausbeck
Solanaceae
  • Atropa belladonna L. (Deadly nightshade) - Cho
  • Browallia americana L. (Browallia) - Cho
  • B. speciosa Hook. - Cho
  • Capsicum annuum L. (Bell pepper) - Cho
  • C. frutescens L. (Red pepper) - Cho
  • Capsicum sp. (Pepper) - Cho
  • Datura ferox L. - Cho
  • D. stramonium L. (Jimsonweed) - Stobbs
  • D. wrightii Hort. Ex Regel - Cho
  • Hyosoyamus niger L. (Henbane) - Cho
  • Lycium ferocissimum Miers (Matrimony-vine) - Cho
  • Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. (Tomato) - Cho
  • L. hirsutum HBK. - Cho
  • L. peruvianum (L.) Mill. - Cho
  • L. pimpinellifolium (Jusl.) Mill. - Cho
  • Nicandra physalodes (L.) Gaertn. (Apple of Peru) - Cho
  • Nicotiana acuminata
  • (R.C. Grah.) Hook - Cho
  • N. alata Link & Otto (Jasmine tobacco) - Ruter
  • N. angustifolia Mill. - Cho
  • N. atropurpureum Hort. - Cho
  • N. benthamiana Domin - Cho
  • N. bigelovii (Torr.) S. Wats. - Cho
  • N. bonariensis Lehm. - Cho
  • N. calyciflora - Cho
  • N. caudigera Phil. - Cho
  • N. chinensis Fisch. - Cho
  • N. debneyi Domin - Cho
  • N. etigua - Cho
  • N. glauca Graham (tree tobacco) - Cho
  • N. glutinosa L. - Cho
  • N. goodspeedii Wheeler - Cho
  • N. langsdorffi Weinm. - Cho
  • N. longiflora Cav. (Long-flowered tobacco) - Cho
  • N. macrophylla Spreng. - Cho
  • N. maritima Wheeler - Cho
  • N. nudicaulis S. Wats. - Cho
  • N. paniculata L. - Cho
  • N. plumbaginifloia Viv. - Cho
  • N. rustica L. (Wild tobacco) - Cho
  • N. sanderae W. Wats. - Cho
  • N. solanifolia Walp. - Cho
  • N. suaveolens Lehm. - Cho
  • N. sylvestris Spegaz. & Comes - Cho
  • N. tabacum L. (Turkish tobacco) - Cho
  • N. tomentosiformis Goodspeed - Cho
  • N. undulata Ruiz & Pav. - Cho
  • N. wigandioides Koch & Fint - Cho
  • Petunia x hybrida Hort.
  • Vilm.-Andr. (petunia) - Ruter
  • Petunia sp. (Petunia) - Cho
  • Physalis heterophylla Nees (Clammy groundcherry) - Stobbs
  • P. peruviana L. (Cape gooseberry) - Cho
  • P. pubescens L. (Husk tomato) - Cho
  • Salpiglossis sinuata Ruiz & Pav. (Painted tongue) - Cho
  • Schizanthus pinnatus Ruiz & Pav. (Pincushion flower) - Cho
  • Solanum aculeatissimum Jacq. (Cockroach berry) - Cho
  • S. americanum Mill. (American nightshade) - Stobbs
  • S. capsicastrum Link - Cho
  • S. carolinense L. (Horsenettle) - Stobbs
  • S. dulcamara L. (Climbing nightshade) - Stobbs
  • S. laciniatum Ait. - Cho
  • S. marginatum L. - Cho
  • S. melongena L. (Eggplant) - Cho
  • S. melongena var. esculentum - Hausbeck
  • S. miniatum Bernh. Ex Willd. - Cho
  • S. nigrum L. (Black nightshade) - Stobbs
  • S. nodiflorum Jacq. - Cho
  • S. ptycanthum Dunal in DC. (Eastern nightshade) - Stobbs
  • S. sanitwongsei Craib. - Cho
  • S. seaforthianum Andr. - Cho
  • S. sodomeum Hort. Ex Dun. (Apple of Sodom) - Cho
  • S. triflorum (cutleaf nightshade) - Allen
  • S. tuberosum L. (Potato) - Cho
  • Streptosolen jamesonii Miers - Cho
Styracaceae
  • Halesia carolina - Ruter
Theaceae
  • Franklinia alatamaha Marsh. - Ruter
Tropaeolaceae
  • Tropaeolum majus L. (Nasturium) - Cho
  • Tropaeolum sp. (Nasturium) - Cho
Umbelliferae
  • Aegopodium podagraria - Hausbeck
  • Apium graveolens L. (Celery, celeriac) - Cho
  • Carum carvii L. (Caraway) - Stobbs
  • Conium maculatum L. (Poison-hemlock) - Stobbs
  • Coriandrum sativum L. (Coriander) - Cho
  • Hydrocotyle asiatica
  • Bert. Ex Urban (Water pennywort) - Cho
Urticaceae
  • Pilea pumila (L.) A. Gray (Clearweed) - Stobbs
  • Urtica dioica L. (Nettle) - Cho
Valerianaceae
  • Centranthus ruber - Hausbeck
Verbenaceae
  • Lantana sp. - Hausbeck
  • Verbena hybrida Voss (Verbena) - Cho
  • V. litoralis HBK. (Oi) - Cho
  • V. hastata L. (Blue Vervain) - Stobbs
  • Verbena sp. (Vervain) - Stobbs
  • V. encelioides (Cav.)
  • Benth. & Hook (Golden crown-beard) - Cho
Violaceae
  • Viola x wittrockiana Gams. - Ruter
Zygophyllaceae
  • Tribulus terrestris (puncture vine) - Allen
Family names uncertain
  • Chondrilla sp. - Cho
  • Duboisia leichhardtii - Cho
  • Troximon sp. - Cho

This list is a compilation of information from the following references:

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  • Cho, J.J., Mau, R.F.L., Mitchell, W.C., Gonsalves, D. and Yudin, L.S., 1987. Host list of plants susceptible to tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV) Research Extension Series, Hawaii, 10 pp.
  • Feldhoff, A.; Krezal, G. 1994. Artifical infection of ornamentals with tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV) and the occurrence of TSWV in Rhineland-Palatinate. Acta Horticulturae 377: 141-148
  • Fulton, J.P. and Kim, K.S., 1973. A virus resembling tomato spotted wilt virus in black locust. Plant Disease Reporter
  • 57: 153-155
  • Hausbeck, M.K., Welliver, R.A., Derr, M.A., and Gildow, F.E. 1992. Tomato spotted wilt virus survey among greenhouse ornamentals in Pennsylvania. Plant Disease 76: 795-800
  • Jorda, C.; Ortega, A.; Juarez, M., 1995. New hosts of tomato spotted wilt virus. Plant Disease 79: 538
  • Kaminska, M.; Korbin, M. 1994. New natural hosts of tomato spotted wilt virus. Acta Horticulturae 377: 123-128
  • Ruter, J.M., and Gitaitis, R.D. 1993. Impatiens necrotic spot virus in woody landscape plants in Georgia. Plant Disease 77: 318
  • Schuster, G.L.; Halliwell, R.S., 1994. Six new hosts of tomato spotted wilt virus in Texas. Plant Disease vol. 78 (1): 100
  • Stobbs, L.W., Broadbent, A.B., Allen, W.R. and Stirling, A.L., 1992. Transmission of tomato spotted wilt virus by the western flower thrips to weeds and native plants found in southern Onatario. Plant Disease 76: 23-29
  • Verhoeven, J.T.J.; Roenhorst, J.W., 1994. Tomato spotted wilt virus: ecological aspects in ornamental crops in the Netherlands from 1989 up to 1991. Acta Horticulturae 377: 175-182
  • Zimmer, R.C. and Haber, S., 1992. First report of tomato spotted wilt virus in Manitoba and of Lathyrus sativus as a host.
  • Plant Disease 76: 753