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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In Russian Shchegolev V.

The larvae mainly feed on dogwoodRhamnus frangulaHedera helixRhamnus catharticagrape and honeysuckle. On the average, development of summer generation continues for 47 days. Harmful insects of Moldova. The head, prothoracic shieldand legs are dark brown to black. The European grape berry moth in Kazakhstan. Entomofauna of grapevine in Moldova. Cornelian cherry Smbiguella Cuscuta L.

Late instar larvae are approximately mm in length. This species is a pest of grapes. Arthropods of Economic Importance series.

The pest causes harm to grapes and Schizandra. 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.


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World Crop Pests, Vol. Male genitalia are distinguished by a reduced uncusshort sociiprominent transtilla, distally triangular valva qmbiguella, and large aedeagus. Bureau on entomology of Scientific Committee Agriculture 11 5: Views Read Edit View history.

In Russian Kuznetsov V. Larval Morphology Late instar larvae are approximately mm in length. Body color varies from brown to yellow and green. Eupoecilia ambiguella Scientific classification Kingdom: On fauna and ecology of leaf rollers Lepidoptera, Ambigulla of Moldova.

european grape berry moth, Eupoecilia ambiguella Lepidoptera: Tortricidae

Larvae are polyphages, they damage fruits of buckthorn, viburnum, ivy, lilac, honeysuckle, Cornelian cherries, maple, and other arboreous and fruticose plants in addition to grapes. Eupoecilia ambiguellathe vine mothis a moth of the family Tortricidae.

Biology The life cycle of E. A genitalic dissection can be used to confirm E. Odessa, Library of J.


Pupation occurs among the dried residues of damaged inflorescence or outside feeding places, i. It is not considered established outside of Europe and Asia.

Diapausing pupae over-winter euooecilia dense cocoons under eupoecikia bark, in crevices and cracks of stalk. The anal shield is pale brown. Larvae cause damage similar to Lobesia botrana and the two species can be found sympatrically. Eupoecilia ambiguella Hubner Tortricidae: Economic thresholds vary with the type of grape and cultivar.

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Gilligan and Marc E. Their Biology, Natural Enemies, and Control. Virginia creeper Vitaceae Vitis vinifera L. One larva is able to damage berries on the average. In Russian Zverezomb-Zubovskii E. In Russian Ivannikov A.