processionary

Related to processionary: Processionary moth

processionary

(prəˈsɛʃənərɪ)
adj
of, relating to, or moving in a procession
n
(Animals) a processionary moth
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Tenders are invited for supply of 10,000 pheromonal diffusers for the processionary
British dog trainer Gael Small, owner of Happy Dog Javea in Spain's Costa Blanca, says it's crucial to research hazards your pet could face if they fly to a new country - for example being infected by processionary caterpillars.
Genetic differentiation in the Winter Pine Processionary Moth (Thaumetopoea pityocampa-wilkinsoni complex), Inferred by AFLP and Mitochondrial DNA Markers.
The oak processionary moths - which are highly toxic in their caterpillar stage - also pose a hazard to pets and livestock.
Summary: The pine processionary moth invaded Lebanon's largest and most striking pine tree reservation, threatening its well-being and possibly its very existence.
Looking Beyond the Large Scale Effects of Global Change: Local Phenologies Can Result in Critical Heterogeneity in the Pine Processionary Moth.
This playful, inquisitive Omani desert dog had come into contact with a deadly species of caterpillar known as the Pine Processionary.
They include: Japanese kelp, Quagga mussel, Rapa whelk, Oak processionary moth, Asian hornet, Carrion shrimp, Chinese water deer, Monk parakeet, American bull frog, Alpine newt and Italian crested newt.
But it is not just ash trees which are under threat from disease, with ancient oaks at risk of acute oak decline and oak processionary moths, and Scots pine threatened by needle blight.
Social behavior of larvae of the neotropical processionary Weevil Phelypera distigma (Boheman) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Hyperinae).