EUPOECILIA AMBIGUELLA PDF

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Eupoecilia ambiguella. Scientific Name. Eupoecilia ambiguella Hübner,. Synonyms: Tinea omphaciella Faure-Bignet de Simonest, General information about Eupoecilia ambiguella (CLYSAM). Order: Lepidoptera. Superfamily: Tortricoidea. Family: Tortricidae. Subfamily: Tortricinae. Tribe: Cochylini. Genus: Eupoecilia. Subject: Eupoecilia ambiguella.

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The wingspan of this species is mm in adults. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Harmful insects of Moldova.

Female genitalia are distinguished by a broad, short ductus burase and a corpus bursae with numerous sclerotizations and spines. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Eupoecilia ambiguella. Males lack a forewing costal fold. The European grape vine moth not found in California: Female lays up to eggs.

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Pupation occurs in leaves for the first generation and euposcilia bark for the second generation. On the average, development of summer generation continues for 47 days.

Entomofauna of grapevine in Moldova. Views Read Edit View history. It is not considered established outside of Europe and Asia. The life cycle of E. Larvae amblguella light gray, later dark red or pinkish. Argyrotaenia franciscanaArgyrotaenia ljungianaEpiphyas postvittanaParalobesia viteanaPlatynota stultanaand Proeulia spp.

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Adult Recognition

In Russian Shreiner Ya. One larva is able to mabiguella berries on the average. The European grape berry moth in Kazakhstan. In Russian Kuznetsov V. Grape leaf rollers, the European grape berry moth Clysia [Cochylis] ambiguella Huebn. At the end of August the larvae leave their feeding places and spin cocoons, where they pupate and over-winter.

Bureau on entomology of Scientific Committee Agriculture 11 5: British Tortricoid Moths – Cochylidae and Tortricidae: Second generation moths lay eggs on immature berries of grapes. One larvae of the first generation can destroy up to 30 buds and one larvae of the second generation can destroy up to 17 grape berries.

Climate categories Diurnal temperature variation Drainage Microclimate Regional climate levels Soil types Terroir Topography aspect elevation slope. Odessa, Library of J.

european grape berry moth, Eupoecilia ambiguella Lepidoptera: Tortricidae

You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. In Russian Shchegolev V. The larvae mainly feed on dogwoodRhamnus frangulaHedera helixRhamnus catharticagrape and honeysuckle.

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Larvae gnaw out round holes and penetrate into berries, eating away pulp and unripe seeds before they harden. Identifying weather-related covariates controlling grape berry moth dynamics. Clysia Cochylis ambiguella Hbn. In Russian Zverezomb-Zubovskii E.

Bestimmungshilfe des Lepiforums: Eupoecilia Ambiguella

In Russian Schmidt K. Glossary of viticulture terms Glossary of wine terms Glossary of winemaking terms Oenology Wine Winemaking. This page was last edited on 10 Marchat Virginia creeper Vitaceae Vitis vinifera L. Control measures are the same as those for Lobesia botrana.

Length reaches 14 mm. English ivy Araliaceae Hedera L. European grape berry moth preferredEuropean grape vine moth, grape berry moth Synonyms: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

In Russian Plugaru S. Larval Morphology Late instar larvae are approximately mm in length. First generation larvae eat flower buds, gnaw anthophores, eat buds and flowers, densely covering them with a web. Eupoecilia ambiguella Scientific classification Kingdom: