EPPO Global Database

Dendrolimus sibiricus(DENDSI)

Distribution details in Russia (Western Siberia)

Current pest situation evaluated by EPPO on the basis of information dated 2020: Present, no details
From CABI Pest map 687 (2007): Present, no details
Severe damage is regularly documented in Western Siberia.
* Boldaruev VO (1969) [Population dynamics of the Siberian moth and its parasitoids.] Buryat Book Publishing house, Ulan-Ude (RU) (in Russian).

* Kharuk VI, Im ST, Ranson KJ & Yagunov MI (2017) Climate-induced northerly expansion of Siberian silkmoth range. Forests 8, 301, 1–9.

* Kharuk VI, Im ST & Soldatov VV (2020) Siberian silkmoth outbreaks surpassed geoclimatic barrier in Siberian Mountains. Journal of Mountain Science 17, 1891-1900.

* Kirichenko NI (2002) [Performance of the Siberian moth larvae on host plants in Siberia.] PhD thesis. VN Sukachev Institute of Forest SB RAS, Krasnoyarsk (RU) (in Russian).

* Koltunov, E. V.; Fedorenko, S. I.; Okhlupin, O. V. (1997) Lesnoe Khozyaistvo No. 2, 51-52.
------- Sverdlovsk and Tyumen regions.

* Kondakov YuP (2002) Mass reproduction the Siberian moth in the forests of the Krasnoyarsk Territory. In Entomological research in Siberia 2, pp. 25-74. KF SO REO, Krasnoyarsk (RU) (in Russian).

* Kononov A, Ustyantsev K, Wang B, Mastro VC, Fet V, Blinov A & Baranchikov Yu (2016) Genetic diversity among eight Dendrolimus species in Eurasia (Lepidoptera: Lasiocampidae) inferred from mitochondrial COI and COII, and nuclear ITS2 markers. BMC Genetics 17(157), 174-191.
------- Khakassia.

* Krivets SA & Chemodanov AV (2005) [Insect pests of forests in the Tomsk region]. Entomological research in Siberia 4, pp. 98-118, SIF SB RAS, Krasnoyarsk (RU) (in Russian).

* Nikiforov, G. M. (1984) Translation, Environment Canada No. 2414, 5pp.
------- Tomsk Province.

* Rozhkov AS (1963) [Dendrolimus sibiricus.] Izdatel’stvo Akademii Nauk SSSR, Moscow (RU) (in Russian).
------- Chelyabinskaya oblast.

* Rozhkov AS (1965) [Mass reproduction of the Siberian moth and control measures.] Nauka, Moscow (RU) (in Russian).

* Prozorov SS (1952) [The Siberian moth in fir forests of Siberia]. In Proceedings of the Siberian Forest-Technological Institute, Issue VII, Vol. III, pp. 93-132. Krasnoyarsk Book Publishing house, Krasnoyarsk (RU) (in Russian).
Situation in neighbouring countries
Country State Status
China Neimenggu Present, no details view...
China Heilongjiang Present, no details view...
China Jilin Present, no details view...
China Present, restricted distribution view...
China Liaoning Present, no details view...
Estonia Absent, confirmed by survey view...
Finland Absent, confirmed by survey view...
Kazakhstan Present, restricted distribution view...
Korea Dem. People's Republic Present, no details view...
Mongolia Present, restricted distribution view...