Hyphantria cunea


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Noun1.Hyphantria cunea - a variety of webwormHyphantria cunea - a variety of webworm      
webworm - several gregarious moth larvae that spin webs over foliage on which they feed
genus Hyphantria, Hyphantria - fall webworms
2.Hyphantria cunea - moth whose larvae are fall webworms
genus Hyphantria, Hyphantria - fall webworms
webworm moth - a variety of moth that spins a web in which it lives
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A type of immune-related defense gene, with an typical reeler domain, have been identified in lepidopteran insects, such as Samia ricini, Antheraea mylitta, Bombyx mori, Lonomia oblique, Hyphantria cunea and Manduca sexta (Shin et al.
hyphantriae en Tamaulipas: el gusano telaranero Hyphantria cunea (Drury, 1773) (Lepidoptera: Arctiidae) en nogal pecanero Carya illinoiensis (Wangenh.
Physiology of diapause and cold hardiness in the overwintering pupae of the fall webworm Hyphantria cunea (Lepidoptera: Arctiidae) in Japan.
The effects of predator age and prey defense on the functional response of Podisus maculiventris Say to the density of Hyphantria cunea Drury.
Acrobasis vaccinil Heliothis virescens Anthonomus grandis Heliothis zea Agrotis segetum Hyphantria cunea Anarsia lineatella Leptinotarsa decemlineata Artogeia rapae Lymantria dispar Agrotis segetum Mamestra brassiacae Autographa califomica Malacosoma americanum Bombix morf Manduca sexta Choristoneura fumiferana Ostrinia nubilalis Choristoneura rosaceana Pieris brassicae Chito supresalis Plutella xylostella Chrysoteuchia topiaria Pseudoplusia includens Cofias eurytheme Popillia japonica Chrysomela scripta Rhopobota naevana Ephestia kuehniella Scirpophaga incertulas Epicauta spp.
The effect of predator age and prey defense in the functional response of Podisus maculiventris (Say) to the density of Hyphantria cunea Drury.
The value of historical data in population research, with particular reference to Hyphantria cunea Drury.
Models for the development and survival of Hyphantria cunea in relation to temperature and humidity.
Examples of maternal effects are: the increased ability of autumnal moth (Epirrita autumnata) caterpillars to feed on foliage with induced defensive chemicals if their mothers originated from a high-density population (Haukioja and Neuvonen 1987); the variation in egg size and associated cold tolerance in spruce budworm, Choristoneura fumiferana (Harvey 1985); the variation of western tent caterpillar (Malacosoma californicum pluviale) activity and survival with the history of the mother in such a way that food-stressed mothers produce less active caterpillars (Wellington 1965); and the variation in survival of offspring with food quality of the parental generation of fall webworm, Hyphantria cunea (Morris 1967).