Euproctis


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Noun1.Euproctis - a genus of Lymantriidae
arthropod genus - a genus of arthropods
browntail, brown-tail moth, Euproctis phaeorrhoea - small brown and white European moth introduced into eastern United States; pest of various shade and fruit trees
Euproctis chrysorrhoea, gold-tail moth - white furry-bodied European moth with a yellow tail tuft
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A total of 13 different insect pests which were categorized as major (Ancylis sativa, Euproctis fraterna and Adoretus pallens), minor (Scirtothrips dorsalis, Amrasca biguttula biguttula, Myllocerus discolor, Achaea janata, Agrotis biconica and Aphis gossypii) and occasional (Oxycareous hyalinipennis, Dichromorpha viridis, Tarucus balkanicus and Orgyia postica) based on overall population of two years.
In South Africa a defoliating caterpillar, Euproctis terminalis (Lepidoptera: Erebidae) has become a pest of pine plantations (Grobler 1957) and a wood boring goat moth, Coryphodema tristis (Lepidoptera: Cossidae) (Fig.
A newly recorded mermithid parasite of Euproctis chrysorrhoea (L.).
The pathogenesis of processionary dermatitis from the Euproctis chrysorrhoea Linn moth has been studied by De Jong and Bleumink [26, 27].
Siani flewog neu larfa y siobyn cynffon felen (Euproctis similis; Yellow-tail) oedd hon, sef gwyfyn bach gwyn hefo aur felyn neu oren yn weddol agos at flaen yr abdomen.
In 2009 an outbreak of urticating bristly caterpillars Euproctis rufopunctata Walker, 1862, the red-dotted Euproctis, in a suburb of Durban, raised a number of public concerns (Sanpath 2009).
Subjects include the route of transmission for kala-azar (visceral leishmaniasis); an epidemic of euproctis similes dermatitis; Qapqal Disease; the relationship amongst leptospirosis, cerebral arteritis and moyamoya disease; endemic goiter, Kaschin-Beck Disease; a new rotovirus that caused adult epidemic diarrhea; a hepatitis E epidemic; severe acute respiratory syndrome and its prevention and treatment; the Chinese national twin registry; human-swine streptococcal bacteria; lymphatic filariasis; HIV/AIDS amongst plasma donors; angiostronyliasis cantonensis; intrauterine transmission of hepatitis B; blood pressure, body mass index and risks of end-stage renal disease; indoor air pollution and lung cancer; and the link between green tea drinking and stomach cancer.