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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European honeysuckle Caprifoliaceae Lonicera ramosissima Franch. Female lays eggs one by one on buds, bracts and anthophores, less often on young sprouts.
Tortricidae Lepidoptera of the Palaearctic Region, Vol. Articles with ‘species’ microformats Commons category link is on Wikidata All stub articles. Tortricids of Agricultural Importance by Todd M.
The pests of agricultural crops and forest plantations. Institute of zoology Acad. Adults may be confused with other species of Eupoecilia or European Cochylinialthough E.
Develops in two generations, in Central Asia a third generation also occurs. In Russian Kuznetsov V. One larvae of the first generation can destroy eupoexilia to 30 buds and one larvae of the second generation can destroy up to 17 grape berries.
Adaptive management Biodynamic wine Climate change Effects of climate change on wine production Environmental stewardship Organic farming Sustainable agriculture. In Russian Ivannikov A. Retrieved from ” https: Larval Morphology Late instar larvae are approximately mm in length. On the average, development of summer generation continues for 47 days.
Eupoecilia ambiguella – Wikipedia
In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies. Female genitalia are distinguished by a broad, short ductus burase and a corpus bursae with numerous sclerotizations and spines. The most significant losses are due to secondary infection of feeding sites on berries and clusters by Botrytis cinerea.
World Crop Pests, Vol. Head and occipital scutum black.
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The egg-laying period for the over-wintered females usually coincides with the inflorescence status of grapes. Bureau on entomology of Scientific Committee Agriculture 11 5: English ivy Araliaceae Hedera L.
The forewing is yellow or yellowish orange with a eupoeiclia dark-brown to black median fascia. Vitaceae Parthenocissus quinquefolia L. Larvae gnaw out round holes and penetrate into berries, eating away pulp and unripe seeds before they harden.
The European grape vine moth not found in California: Virginia creeper Vitaceae Vitis vinifera L. Epstein Interactive Keys developed in Lucid 3.
Argyrotaenia franciscanaArgyrotaenia ljungianaEpiphyas postvittanaParalobesia viteanaPlatynota stultanaand Proeulia spp.
The pest causes harm to grapes and Ambiguellaa. Flight of over-wintered adults occurs in May Moldova or at the end of May and in June Primorskii Territory ; the flight of first generation moths occurs in the last third of June or in July Moldova and from the end of June until the beginning of September Primorskii Territory.
On fauna and ecology of leaf rollers Lepidoptera, Tortricidae of Moldova. Climate categories Diurnal temperature variation Drainage Microclimate Regional climate levels Soil types Terroir Topography aspect elevation slope.
European grape berry moth preferredEuropean grape vine moth, grape berry moth. In Russian Shreiner Ya.