We consider collective excitations in graphene with filled Landau levels (LL’s) in the presence of an external potential due to a single charged donor D+ or acceptor A− impurity. We show that localized collective modes split off the magnetoplasmon continuum and, in addition, quasibound states are formed within the continuum. A study of the evolution of the strengths and energies of magneto-optical transitions is performed for integer filling factors ν=1,2,3,4 of the lowest LL. We predict impurity absorption peaks above as well as below the cyclotron resonance. We find that the single-particle electron-hole symmetry of graphene leads to a duality between the spectra of collective modes for the D+ and A−. The duality shows up as a set of the D+ and A− magnetoabsorption peaks having the same energies but active in different circular polarizations
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