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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Males and females exhibit no sexual dimorphism in wing pattern although females may be slightly larger than males. 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. First generation larvae eat flower buds, gnaw anthophores, eat buds and flowers, densely covering them with a web. In the Ukraine and Moldova moth flight occurs usually in the last third of May.

The forewing is yellow or yellowish orange with a well-defined dark-brown to black median fascia. One larva is able to damage berries on the average. Larvae are light gray, later dark red or pinkish. Last updated August Epstein Interactive Keys developed in Lucid 3.

The head, prothoracic shieldand legs are dark brown to black. The wingspan of this species is mm in adults. Overwintering occurs as a second generation pupa. The pests of agricultural crops and forest plantations. Body color varies from brown to yellow and green. In Russian Schmidt K. World Crop Pests, Vol.


The autumn pupation begins at the end of September or in the beginning of October, lasting for some weeks. Flight of over-wintered adults occurs in May Moldova or at the end of May and in June Primorskii Territory ; the flight of first generation moths occurs in the last third of June or in July Moldova and from the end of June until the beginning of September Primorskii Territory.

In Russian Ivannikov A. Biology The life cycle of E. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Eupoecilia ambiguella.

Wikispecies has information related to Eupoecilia ambiguella. Head and occipital scutum black.

The Ray Society, London, England. Larvae are polyphages, they damage fruits uepoecilia buckthorn, viburnum, ivy, lilac, honeysuckle, Cornelian cherries, maple, and other arboreous and fruticose plants in addition to grapes.

european grape berry moth, Eupoecilia ambiguella Lepidoptera: Tortricidae

Pupation occurs in leaves for the first generation and under bark for the second generation. Pupation occurs among the dried residues of damaged inflorescence or outside feeding places, i. In Russian Zverezomb-Zubovskii E. European grape berry moth preferredEuropean grape vine moth, grape berry moth Synonyms: Fore wings pinkish-yellow, with a black transversal trapezoidal stripe in the middle. Cornelian cherry Cuscutaceae Cuscuta L.

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Articles with ‘species’ microformats Commons category link is on Wikidata All stub articles. On fauna and ecology of leaf rollers Lepidoptera, Tortricidae of Moldova.

Male genitalia are distinguished by a reduced uncusshort sociiprominent transtilla, distally triangular valvaand ambigueella aedeagus. In Russian Shchegolev V. This page was last edited on 10 Marchat Female lays eggs one by one on buds, bracts and anthophores, less often on young sprouts.

Glossary of viticulture terms Glossary of wine amibguella Glossary of winemaking terms Oenology Wine Winemaking. The species is considered a pest for grapes. European honeysuckle Caprifoliaceae Lonicera ramosissima Franch.

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Late instar larvae are approximately mm in length. British Tortricoid Moths – Cochylidae and Tortricidae: Insects and mites – pests of agricultural plants.

Development of 1st generation larvae lasts days. Development time is highly dependent on temperature and humidity. Larvae cause damage similar to Lobesia botrana and the two species can be found sympatrically. If an inflorescence has webs, it will be completely destroyed. On the average, development of summer generation continues for 47 days.