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Codling moth is generally the key tortricid pest of pome fruit orchards, and growers use a greater density of traps for this species than other tortricid leafrollers (Knight 2008).
Use of sex pheromones for control of tortricid pests in pome and stone fruits, pp.
As I mentioned earlier, LBAM larvae are nondescript and similar to other related larvae, and to the untrained eye the moth resembles other Tortricid species.
In north Yorkshire, many developing seeds are wholly or partially consumed in the pods by internally feeding larvae of tortricid moths in the genus Cydia.
Males of some tortricid species have reproductive cells in an advanced maturation stage just after the emergence, but some hormonal stimuli are required for the release of the sperm from the testicles.
The effect of differential flushing times among trembling aspen clones on tortricid caterpillar populations.
Fabaceae), seed damage by pod-boring tortricid moths has been shown to be greater in the presence of ants (Koptur & Lawton 1988).
Field observations quantifying attraction of four tortricid moths to high-dosage pheromone dispensers in untreated and pheromone-treated orchards.
Attraction of males of the South American tortricid moth Argyrotaenia sphaleropa (Meyrick) (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) to the components of the synthetic sexual pheromone in persimmon.
dissectum plants must also cope with more erratic attack on its leaves or flowers by several other insects: anise swallowtail butterflies (Papilio zelicaon) and tortricid moths (Sparganothis near inconditana) that attack the leaves and flowers, and aphids that cluster on the flowering stalks just below the inflorescence.
Morphometric analysis of four species of Trichogramma Westwood (Hymenoptera: Trichogrammatidae) attacking codling moth and other tortricid pests in North America.
rosaceana, is a common tortricid moth in deciduous woodland in much of North America.
On 9 Jun 2014, 36 larvae of a tortricid species were observed binding foliage with silk and feeding in a communal group on L.
This tortricid moth is a generalist herbivore in deciduous forests and in many types of commercial cultures (Chapman and Lienk 1971).