Lymantria Dispar

Affected trees
Holm oak, Cork oak

The Gypsy Moth is a lepidopteran with a 35-65mm wingspan that causes damage to holm oak, cork oak, although it can affect other species.

Number of annual generations
Normally one generation a year.

The damage is caused by the larvae when feeding. First, they feed on the buds, then on the leaves. In times of high population, they can totally defoliate a tree, affecting its growth and the consequent production of fruit.

Pheromone: Lymantria Dispar (GM) / Disparlab
Trap: DeltaSystem

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