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Tuta absoluta(GNORAB)

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Larval damage of Tuta absoluta on tomato leaf.

Courtesy: JM Cobos Suarez, Ministerio de Medio Ambiente y Medio Rural y Marino, Madrid (ES)

Mature fourth instar larva - pre-pupal stage (7.3 mm long).

Courtesy: Prof. Yamina Guenaoui and Amine Ghelamallah. University of Mostaganem (DZ).

Eggs of T. absoluta, laid by pairs.

Courtesy: Prof. Yamina Guenaoui and Amine Ghelamallah. University of Mostaganem (DZ).

Newly hatched larva of T. absoluta.

Courtesy: Prof. Yamina Guenaoui and Amine Ghelamallah. University of Mostaganem (DZ).

Tuta absoluta damage on a tomato fruit.

Courtesy: Marja van der Straten, National Reference Centre, Plant Protection Service Wageningen (NL).

Larva of Tuta absoluta.

Courtesy: JM Cobos Suarez, Ministerio de Medio Ambiente y Medio Rural y Marino, Madrid (ES).

Egg of Tuta absoluta.

Courtesy: JM Cobos Suarez, Ministerio de Medio Ambiente y Medio Rural y Marino, Madrid (ES).

Leafmines of Liriomyza sp. (gallery, white arrows) and of Tuta absoluta (blotch, red arrows) on tomato leaves.

Courtesy: Wietse den Hartog, National Reference Centre, Plant Protection Service Wageningen (NL).

Mass trapping of Tuta absoluta.

Courtesy: Dr Andrea Minuto, CERSAA, Albenga (IT).

Tomato plants infested by T. absoluta at the end of the growing season.

Courtesy: Prof. Yamina Guenaoui and Amine Ghelamallah. University of Mostaganem (DZ).

Egg of T. absoluta (0.3 mm long - 0.2 mm large).

Courtesy: Prof. Yamina Guenaoui and Amine Ghelamallah. University of Mostaganem (DZ).

Enlarging gallery of T. absoluta with a larva and frass inside.

Courtesy: Prof. Yamina Guenaoui and Amine Ghelamallah. University of Mostaganem (DZ).

Tomato fruits infested by T. absoluta.

Courtesy: Prof. Yamina Guenaoui and Amine Ghelamallah. University of Mostaganem (DZ).

Mature fourth instar larva (pre-pupal stage).

Courtesy: Prof. Yamina Guenaoui and Amine Ghelamallah. University of Mostaganem (DZ).

Fourth instar larva (L4).

Courtesy: Prof. Yamina Guenaoui and Amine Ghelamallah. University of Mostaganem (DZ).

Glasshouse tomato plants infested by T. absoluta (spring 2008, Mostaganem, Algeria).

Courtesy: Prof. Yamina Guenaoui and Amine Ghelamallah. University of Mostaganem (DZ).

Adult of T. absoluta.

Courtesy: Prof. Yamina Guenaoui and Amine Ghelamallah. University of Mostaganem (DZ).

Glasshouse tomato plant infested by T. absoluta.

Courtesy: Prof. Yamina Guenaoui and Amine Ghelamallah. University of Mostaganem (DZ).

Infested tomato fruits showing larval entry holes (dark spots).

Courtesy: Prof. Yamina Guenaoui and Amine Ghelamallah. University of Mostaganem (DZ).

Tuta absoluta - Adult (7 mm - dorsal view).

Courtesy: Marja van der Straten, National Reference Centre, Plant Protection Service Wageningen (NL).

Mass trapping of Tuta absoluta.

Courtesy: Dr Raffaele Giurato, Vittoria (IT).

Dorsal view of T. absoluta pupa.

Courtesy: Prof. Yamina Guenaoui and Amine Ghelamallah. University of Mostaganem (DZ).

Damage of Tuta absoluta on tomato stems.

Courtesy: JM Cobos Suarez, Ministerio de Medio Ambiente y Medio Rural y Marino, Madrid (ES).

Adult of Tuta absoluta.

Courtesy: JM Cobos Suarez, Ministerio de Medio Ambiente y Medio Rural y Marino, Madrid (ES).

Pupa of T. absoluta.

Courtesy: Prof. Yamina Guenaoui and Amine Ghelamallah. University of Mostaganem (DZ).

Young tomato plant infested by T. absoluta.

Courtesy: Prof. Yamina Guenaoui and Amine Ghelamallah. University of Mostaganem (DZ).

Second instar larva (L2) - 2.5 to 2.6 mm long.

Courtesy: Prof. Yamina Guenaoui and Amine Ghelamallah. University of Mostaganem (DZ).

Tomato leaf infested by T. absoluta.

Courtesy: Prof. Yamina Guenaoui and Amine Ghelamallah. University of Mostaganem (DZ).

Male genitalia of Tuta absoluta.

Courtesy: Jean-Fran├žois Germain, Plant Health Laboratory, Montpellier (FR).

Damage of Tuta absoluta on green tomato.

Courtesy: JM Cobos Suarez, Ministerio de Medio Ambiente y Medio Rural y Marino, Madrid (ES).

Leaf mines caused by Tuta absoluta on Solanum nigrum.

Courtesy: Dr Andrea Minuto, CERSAA, Albenga (IT).

Tuta absoluta on tomato fruit.

Courtesy: Dr Andrea Minuto, CERSAA, Albenga (IT).

Damage of Tuta absoluta.

Courtesy: Dr Andrea Minuto, CERSAA, Albenga (IT).

Adult of Tuta absoluta.

Courtesy: JM Cobos Suarez, Ministerio de Medio Ambiente y Medio Rural y Marino, Madrid (ES).

Damage of Tuta absoluta on tomato leaves.

Courtesy: JM Cobos Suarez, Ministerio de Medio Ambiente y Medio Rural y Marino, Madrid (ES).

Galleries caused by larvae of Tuta absoluta.

Courtesy: JM Cobos Suarez, Ministerio de Medio Ambiente y Medio Rural y Marino, Madrid (ES).

Pupa in its cocoon covered by frass under the crown of a tomato fruit.

Courtesy: Marja van der Straten, National Reference Centre, Plant Protection Service Wageningen (NL).

Damage of Tuta absoluta.

Courtesy: Dr Andrea Minuto, CERSAA, Albenga (IT).

Damage of Tuta absoluta on mature tomatoes.

Courtesy: JM Cobos Suarez, Ministerio de Medio Ambiente y Medio Rural y Marino, Madrid (ES).

Leaf mines caused by Tuta absoluta on tomato.

Courtesy: Dr Andrea Minuto, CERSAA, Albenga (IT).

Larva of Tuta absoluta inside a tomato stem.

Courtesy: JM Cobos Suarez, Ministerio de Medio Ambiente y Medio Rural y Marino, Madrid (ES).

Pupa of Tuta absoluta.

Courtesy: JM Cobos Suarez, Ministerio de Medio Ambiente y Medio Rural y Marino, Madrid (ES).

Larva of Tuta absoluta.

Courtesy: JM Cobos Suarez, Ministerio de Medio Ambiente y Medio Rural y Marino, Madrid (ES).

Fullgrown larva of Tuta absoluta in a tomato fruit.

Courtesy: Marja van der Straten, National Reference Centre, Plant Protection Service Wageningen (NL).

Damage of Tuta absoluta on tomato fruit.

Courtesy: Dr Andrea Minuto, CERSAA, Albenga (IT).

Third larval instar of T. absoluta inside a tomato fruit.

Courtesy: Prof. Yamina Guenaoui and Amine Ghelamallah. University of Mostaganem (DZ).

Adult of T. absoluta (wingspan: 10 mm - length: 6 to 7 mm).

Courtesy: Prof. Yamina Guenaoui and Amine Ghelamallah. University of Mostaganem (DZ).

Gallery caused by Tuta absoluta larva.

Courtesy: JM Cobos Suarez, Ministerio de Medio Ambiente y Medio Rural y Marino, Madrid (ES).

Pupa in its web cocoon in the crown of a tomato fruit.

Courtesy: Marja van der Straten, National Reference Centre, Plant Protection Service Wageningen (NL).

Male genitalia of Tuta absoluta.

Courtesy: Marja van der Straten, National Reference Centre, Plant Protection Service Wageningen (NL).

Tuta absoluta on young pepper plant (Capsicum annuum).

Courtesy: Prof. Yamina Guenaoui. University of Mostaganem (DZ).

Damage of Tuta absoluta on Solanum melongena.

Courtesy: Dr Raffaele Giurato, Vittoria (IT).

Third instar larva (L3) - 4.5 to 4.6 mm long.

Courtesy: Prof. Yamina Guenaoui and Amine Ghelamallah. University of Mostaganem (DZ).

Larva on Parietaria officinalis. Spotted in Southeastern Sicily, S. Croce Camerina (Ragusa province)

Courtesy: Dr Francesco Maugeri

Two larvae on a tomato leaf (cherry tomato), after an insecticide treatment (indoxacarb and vegetal oil)

Courtesy: Dr Francesco Maugeri

Eggs (on right leaf margin) on Lagenaria longissima grown in a greenhouse.

Courtesy: Dr Francesco Maugeri