In addition to termites, the juniper webworm
17] tested the antifeedant property of Azadirachtaindica (neem) against the maharukha webworm
, absolute antifeedancy was exhibited by seed extract of neem at 3%.
It is the fall webworm
that concerns us, as it feeds on apples, ash, birch, chokecherry, elm, hickory, linden, oaks, willow, and more than 100 fruit, shade and woodland trees.
Physiology of diapause and cold hardiness in the overwintering pupae of the fall webworm
Hyphantria cunea (Lepidoptera: Arctiidae) in Japan.
In addition, the leaf-eating larvae of Herpetogramma bipunctalis (Fabricius, 1794) (Lepidoptera: Crambidae), commonly known as the southern beet webworm
, have been observed on blackberry farms in southern RS.
Chervil Slugs  Chinese Cabbage webworm
cabbage, Flea hopper mustard, Mustard aphid and radish  Chick pea Heliotis sp.
In a second set of boxes, fall webworm
caterpillars, dietary generalists, were provided with oak (A), maple (B), and tulip tree (C).
Impact of floral herbivory by parsnip webworm
(Oecophoridae): Depressaria pastinacella Duponchel on pollination and fitness of wild parsnip (Apiaceae: Pastinaca sativa L.
The soybean looper, Pseudoplusia includens, soybean webworm
, Omiodes indicata, and some species from the genus Spodoptera such as the southern armyworm, S.
Scale insects in ornamental plantings were generally more common during 2005, as were the common web-making caterpillars (fall webworm
, eastern tent caterpillar, and mimosa webworm
Endophyte-enhanced resistance to billbug (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), sod webworm
(Lepidoptera: Pyralidae), and white grub (Coleoptera: Scarabeidae) in tall fescue.
Common Turf Problems Turf Insects Turf Diseases Other Problems * Ants * Anthracnose * Dogs * Army worms * Brown patch * Gophers * Bill bugs * Copper spot * Ground squirrels * Chinch bugs * Dollar spot * Mice * Cut worms * Fairy ring * Moles * Grubs * Fusarium blight * Human vandalism * Leaf hoppers * Leaf spots * Vehicles and * Mites * Net blotch equipment * Mole crickets * Nematodes * Periodical cicadas * Powdery mildew * Scale * Pythium blight * Sod webworm
* Red thread * Weevils * Rots * Wireworms * Rusts * Slime molds * Smuts * Snow molds