Cameraria ohridella is present in Czechia
The horse chestnut leafminer Cameraria ohridella is now present in Czechia. It is reported as a serious pest of horse chestnut in approximately 80 localities. This pest was first described in the Republic of Macedonia in 1985 and then spread to several countries in Central Europe (see EPPO RS 96/211, 97/125). Its distribution is now the following:
EPPO region: Austria (1989), Croatia (1995), Czechia (1997), Germany (south, 1994), Hungary (1994), Italy (north, 1982), Macedonia (1985), Slovakia (1996), Slovenia (1995).
Skuhravy, V. (1998) [On the leaf mining moth Cameraria ohridella Desch. ; Dim. (Lep., Lithocolletidae) attacking Aesculus hippocastanum L. in the Czech Republic.]
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