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L dispar

Lymantria dispar , the gypsy moth, are moths in the family Erebidae. Confusion over the species and . De rupsen van de plakker kunnen een plaag vormen in bossen. Nederland en N-Duitsland naar Finlan ZW-Frankrijk, van N-Itali tot Turkije.

Vliegtijd: mei, juni, juli, augustus.

Status Europa: Soort is thans niet bedreigd in Europa. Status Benelux: In Nederland ernstig bedreig in Walloni kwetsbaar. Trend en mate van voorkomen per land: L. It is widespread from Portugal to Japan and from Finland to North Africa.

In altitude it is limited to the growth zone of oaks and other preferred hosts. Moths of Asian and European origins are morphologically similar but differ in their ecological and behavioural characteristics, . Distribution: Europe, parts of the Middle East, Corsica, Sardinia, North Africa (1).

Seasonality and Size: L. McNeil J(1), Cox-Foster Gardner M, Slavicek J, Thiem S, Hoover K. Author information: (1)Department of . Lepidoptera, Lymantriidae) is a common pest of forests and fruit trees throughout the world. This insect is also a major serious pest in Turkey. Like most pines, radiata pine (Pinus radiata D.Don) is conventionally considered resistant to defoliation by European gypsy moth, i. The ability of this moth to complete development on this host in field . The impact of non-indigenous pathogens of L. LydiNPV is present throughout the established range of L. The species was only found during a rather short perio from 194?

Data collected by Atlas Project Danish Butterflies . The major issue for their introduction into North American L. In laboratory rearing, affects were monitored of the differentiated content of nitrogen (17–3mg.g–1) in birch. The low content of nitrogen in food was the cause of the higher mortality of caterpillars, . The lymantriid forest defoliators, Lymantria monacha L.

Don had never been established. Light and electron microscope studies confirmed that the French strain is a multinucleocapsid nuclear polyhedrosis virus (MNPV). In vivo bioassays using the New Jersey strain of L. SUSCEPTIBILITY OF Lymantria monacha AND L. TO THE ENTOMOPATHOGENIC FUNGUS Isaria fumosorosea WIZE.