Grapholita funebrana is able to develop on many wild and cultivated stone fruits and other plants in the family Rosaceae. This pest occurs in Europe, the Middle. Superfamily: Tortricoidea. Family: Tortricidae. Subfamily: Olethreutinae. Tribe: Grapholitini. Genus: Grapholita. Subject: Grapholita funebrana (Treitschke). BF Plum Fruit Moth Grapholita funebrana. Treitschke, Wingspan mm. This species is locally common in the southern half of England.

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As the lure is not species-specific, it will also attract other species of Grapholitaincluding Grapholita molesta.

New records on sex attractants for males and faunistic comments on moths Lepidoptera from Czechoslovakia. Study on the species composition and the population dynamics of the family Tortricidae in some orchards in southern Bohemia using pheromone traps. Attractiveness of the pheromone of grapholitq Oriental peach moth to tortricids. Batsch peach Rosaceae Prunus spinosa L. Chemical Control Due to the variable regulations around de- registration of pesticides, we are for the moment not including any specific chemical control recommendations.

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Karsholt O; Razowski J, Kagan F; Lewartowski R, A short review of the state of agriculture in the district of Katta-Kurgan in A new record of two species of fruit tree pests from North China. Species diversity of parasitods reared from codling moth, Cydia pomonella Linnaeus and plum fruit moth, Grapholita funebrana Treitschke Lepidoptera, Tortricidae in Bulgaria.


Like many grapholits its congeners graphholita, it is sometimes placed in Cydia. Velcheva N; Atanassov A, Test on control of the plum moth, Grapholitha funebrana Tr.

Tests with Entobakterin and Boverin against the plum fruit moth in the Black Sea zone of the Grapuolita territory. Larvae tunnel into the fruit and feed inside. Distribution of the fruit tree pests Cydia molesta, Cydia funebrana and Anarsia lineatella Lepidoptera: A native of Europe, Grapholita funebrana has spread to most other fruit-growing regions of the Palearctic.

Neue Entomologische Nachrichten, Tortricidae of Europe, Vol. This is to ensure that we give you the best experience possible.

Please consider upgrading your browser to the latest version or installing a new browser. They can easily be confused with Grapholita tenebrosanaespecially as that species is also attracted to lures designed for G. Biological data on fruit moths. Report on insect pests and fungus diseases of the field and orchard in The plum moth in France in the years Alford provided trapping data for “Funemone” traps operating in England over the course of three years.

Plum Fruit Moth Grapholita funebrana – UKMoths

Insegar against tortricid plum moth. For further information, we recommend you visit the following resources: Pheromone traps using “Funemone” lures are commonly used to trap male G. First generation females lay eggs singly on fruitlets. Seriya Biologicheskikh Nauk, 4: Grapholita funebrana completes generations per year; two generations are most common over most of its range.


It has been recorded at light, but records are more easily made by search for larvae in plums and sloes, and by assembling to pheromone lures.

Grapholita funebrana

Early-ripening varieties are less damaged. Knowledge Bank home Change location. Retrieved from funebrsna https: Other species of Grapholita cannot be reliably separated from G.

Characteristics of development, intensity of occurrence and noxiousness of the more important pests of fruit trees and small fruits in Poland in The role of entomophages in reducing the numbers of the plum tortricid in the foothill zone of the Koptedag. Entomologica Scandinavica Supplement From Wikipedia, the free grwpholita.

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The species of fruit moths Lepidoptera, Pyralidae, Carposidinae, Tortricidae injurious to fruit trees in the Far East. The Ray Society, London, England. The moths fly in June and July, usually high in the foodplant trees. Preliminary investigations for the introduction of integrated control in grapyolita of Ente plums in the region of Agen.

Taxonomic Tree Top of page Domain: Tidsskrift for Planteavl, Copenhagen, Batinica and Muratovich recorded Razowski J; Kumata T,