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Thaumetopoea pityocampa(THAUPI)

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Habitus. Left: Thaumetopoea pityocampa. Right: T. pinivora.

Courtesy: Jean-François Germain, Plant Health Laboratory, Montpellier (FR).

Heavily damaged young tree of Pinus nigra from larvae of Thaumetopoea pityocampa on Krk Island in Croatia.

Courtesy: Stanislas Gomboc, Plant Protection and Seeds, Ljubljana (SI).

Winter nest in a mild area.

Courtesy: D.D. Cadahía, Subdirección General de Sanidad Vegetal, Madrid (ES).

Cocoons of Thaumatopoea pityocampa.

Courtesy: Boris Hrasovec, Faculty of Forestry, Zagreb (HR).

Heavy attack on Pinus pinaster.

Courtesy: D.D. Cadahía, Subdirección General de Sanidad Vegetal, Madrid (ES).

First instar larva.

Courtesy: D.D. Cadahía, Subdirección General de Sanidad Vegetal, Madrid (ES).

Adult.

Courtesy: D.D. Cadahía, Subdirección General de Sanidad Vegetal, Madrid (ES).

Characteristic early damage.

Courtesy: D.D. Cadahía, Subdirección General de Sanidad Vegetal, Madrid (ES).

Winter nest in a cold area.

Courtesy: D.D. Cadahía, Subdirección General de Sanidad Vegetal, Madrid (ES).

Egg mass of Thaumatopoea pityocampa.

Courtesy: Boris Hrasovec, Faculty of Forestry, Zagreb (HR).

Egg mass of Thaumatopoea pityocampa.

Courtesy: Boris Hrasovec, Faculty of Forestry, Zagreb (HR).

Fifth instar larvae.

Courtesy: D.D. Cadahía, Subdirección General de Sanidad Vegetal, Madrid (ES).

Canthus. Top: Thaumetopoea pinivora. Bottom: Thaumetopoea pityocampa.

Courtesy: Jean-François Germain, Plant Health Laboratory, Montpellier (FR).

Egg mass.

Courtesy: D.D. Cadahía, Subdirección General de Sanidad Vegetal, Madrid (ES).

Oviposition site and egg mass.

Courtesy: D.D. Cadahía, Subdirección General de Sanidad Vegetal, Madrid (ES).

Pupae.

Courtesy: D.D. Cadahía, Subdirección General de Sanidad Vegetal, Madrid (ES).

Caterpillar of Thaumatopoea pityocampa.

Courtesy: Boris Hrasovec, Faculty of Forestry, Zagreb (HR).

Pupa of Thaumatopoea pityocampa.

Courtesy: Boris Hrasovec, Faculty of Forestry, Zagreb (HR).

Owerwintering nest of Thaumetopoea pityocampa on Krk Island in Croatia.

Courtesy: Stanislas Gomboc, Plant Protection and Seeds, Ljubljana (SI).

Army of caterpillars on march

Courtesy: Ilya Mityushev

Biological control in Ibiza (ES)

Courtesy: Eliane Madène (EPPO)

Biological control in Ibiza (ES)

Courtesy: Eliane Madène (EPPO)

Biological control in Ibiza (ES)

Courtesy: Eliane Madène (EPPO)

Biological control in Ibiza (ES)

Courtesy: Eliane Madène (EPPO)

Biological control in Ibiza (ES)

Courtesy: Eliane Madène (EPPO)

Thaumetopoea pityocampa- trap on a pine tree in a city parc (Haute-Garonne, France)

Courtesy: Muriel Suffert (EPPO)