Tortricidae


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Noun1.Tortricidae - leaf rollers and codling moths
arthropod family - any of the arthropods
Lepidoptera, order Lepidoptera - moths and butterflies
tortricid, tortricid moth - any of numerous small moths having lightly fringed wings; larvae are leaf rollers or live in fruits and galls
genus Tortrix - type genus of the Tortricidae
genus Homona, Homona - tea tortrix
Carpocapsa, genus Carpocapsa - codling moths
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The first part of a two volume set, this book details aspects of the members of the moth family Tortricidae sensu lato in Britain and Ireland and the taxonomy, adult moth, larval stages, and life history of each species of Tortricinae and Chlidanotinae.
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Recientemente, en la RNEH se registro un brote de un microlepidoptero Tortricidae, identificado como Eccopsis galapagana (Razowski et al.
Geographic variation in diapause induction: the grape berry moth (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae.
On the Tortricidae, Tineidae and Pterophoridae of South Africa.
Los insectos herbivoros (principalmente larvas de Lepidoptera) pueden considerarse como uno de los grupos de mayor representatividad e impacto en las comunidades ya que constituyen ca 90% de los defoliadores de bosques; dentro de este Orden, la familia Tortricidae se ubica entre las cuatro primeras en abundancia y diversidad (Marquis & Whelan 1994, Wold & Marquis 1997).
Part of a two volume set, this book describes the members of the moth family Tortricidae sensu lato in Britain and Ireland and the taxonomy, adult moth, larval stages, and life history of each species of Olethreutinae, including distribution maps in Britain and Ireland based on Watsonian vice-counties and illustrations of the adult and male and female genitalia.
Tortricidae is a very large family of small moths that contains not only some important agricultural pests, such as codling moth and omnivorous leaf-roller (OLR), but also some very important forest pests, such as the Eastern and Western spruce budworm.
Los Orgilinae actuan como endoparasitoides koinobiontes solitarios de larvas de Coleophoridae, Gelechiidae, Tortricidae, Pyralidae y Oecophoridae (Lepidoptera) (Shaw y Huddleston 1991), y poco se sabe sobre su biologia.
The genus Microchelonus Szepligeti 1908 (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Cheloninae) is cosmopolitan, koinobiont egg-larval endoparasitoid of Lepidoptera, as Tortricidae, Gelechiidae and others, in concealed situations (Shaw, 1997).