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Invasive Exotic Insects @ Invasive.org
Tarsonemidae strawberry tortrix Acleris comariana Lienig& Zeller Lepidoptera Tortricidae hemlock woolly adelgid Adelges tsugae Annand Hemiptera Adelgidae summer fruit tortrix moth Adoxophyes orana ... Hemiptera Aradidae apple tortrix Archips fuscocupreanus Walsingham Lepidoptera Tortricidae fruit tree tortrix moth Archips podana (Scopoli, 1763) Lepidoptera Tortricidae apple fruit moth Argyresthia ...
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Walton Hall Nature trail moth species list
Yellow Shell Camptogramma bilineata bineata 6/8/95 Broom Moth Ceramica pisi 6/8/95 Garden Pebble Evergestis forficalis 6/8/95 ... comes 6/8/95 Flame Shoulder Ochropleura plecta 6/8/95 Brimstone Moth Opisthograptis luteolata 6/8/95 Rivulet Perizoma affinitata 6/8/95 Mother ... palpina 6/8/95 Pyralid sp. Pyralid sp. 6/8/95 Tortrix sp. Tortrix sp. 6/8/95 Triple-spotted Clay Xestia ditrapezium 6/8/95 ...
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UC IPM Publication: Integrated Pest Management for Strawberries
Cutworms ~ Armyworms ~ Corn Earworm OTHER CATERPILAR PESTS ~ Leaf-Rolling Caterpillars ~ Garden Tortrix ~ Strawberry Leafroller ~ Omnivorous Leaftier ~ Light Brown Apple Moth ~ Cabbage Looper ~ Saltmarsh Caterpillar OTHER INVERTEBRATE PESTS ~ Western Flower Thrips ~ Fruit Flies ...
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UC IPM: UC Management Guidelines for Monitoring Caterpillars and their Natural Enemies on Avocado
Lepidoptera). Omnivorous looper, western avocado leafroller (amorbia), and (least frequently) orange tortrix are sporadic pests in avocado. Healthy trees can tolerate some loss of chewed foliage ... the damaging stage and natural enemies kill many eggs and larvae relative to the moth population that is trapped earlier in the season. IMPORTANT LINKS Key to identifying caterpillars ...
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