Chamaerop húmilis is the only European native palm tree and the Chamaerop exelsa is a hybrid of this species. The attack frequency in these species is low, but there are records of basal and lateral attacks. There are very frequent attacks caused by a butterfly (Lepidoptera), the Paysandisia archon, a very voracious predator. The foliar shower is the most used method.
It is less common for the red palm weevil to attack this species. This family of palm trees is particularly sensitive to the attack of another plague, in this case a lepidoptera (Butterfly): Paysandisia archón.
It is less common for the red palm weevil to attack this species, but not impossible to see damages caused by this pest. This family of palm trees is particularly sensitive to the attack of Paysandisia archón
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