EPPO Global Database

Thaumetopoea processionea(THAUPR)

Hosts

Important note about the classification of host plants in GD:
Categories have been assigned by the EPPO Secretariat on the basis of available data at the time of entry. They correspond to a qualitative evaluation of the importance of the host plant for the pest concerned and remain indicative only.
Further explanation of categories is available in the guide.
Organism Type
Quercus calliprinos (QUECA) Major host
* Démolin G, Nemer N (1999) Defoliator insects of Quercus callyprinos Webb. and Quercus infectoria Oliv. in Lebanon. Bulletin OILB/SROP 22 (3), 65-69. 

* Godefroid M, Meurisse N, Groenen F, Kerdelhué C, Rossi JP (2020) Current and future distribution of the invasive oak processionary moth. Biological Invasions 22, 523-534.
Quercus cerris (QUECE) Major host
* Godefroid M, Meurisse N, Groenen F, Kerdelhué C, Rossi JP (2020) Current and future distribution of the invasive oak processionary moth. Biological Invasions 22, 523-534.

* Groenen F, Meurisse N (2012) Historical distribution of the oak processionary moth Thaumetopoea processionea in Europe suggests ecolonization instead of expansion. Agricultural and Forest Entomology 14, 147–155.
Quercus frainetto (QUEFR) Major host
* Godefroid M, Meurisse N, Groenen F, Kerdelhué C, Rossi JP (2020) Current and future distribution of the invasive oak processionary moth. Biological Invasions 22, 523-534.

* Groenen F, Meurisse N (2012) Historical distribution of the oak processionary moth Thaumetopoea processionea in Europe suggests ecolonization instead of expansion. Agricultural and Forest Entomology 14, 147–155.
Quercus infectoria subsp. veneris (QUEIV) Major host
* Groenen F, Meurisse N (2012) Historical distribution of the oak processionary moth Thaumetopoea processionea in Europe suggests ecolonization instead of expansion. Agricultural and Forest Entomology 14, 147–155.
------- As Q. boissieri.

* Godefroid M, Meurisse N, Groenen F, Kerdelhué C, Rossi JP (2020) Current and future distribution of the invasive oak processionary moth. Biological Invasions 22, 523-534.
------- As Q. boissieri.
Quercus petraea (QUEPE) Major host
* Godefroid M, Meurisse N, Groenen F, Kerdelhué C, Rossi JP (2020) Current and future distribution of the invasive oak processionary moth. Biological Invasions 22, 523-534.

* Groenen F, Meurisse N (2012) Historical distribution of the oak processionary moth Thaumetopoea processionea in Europe suggests ecolonization instead of expansion. Agricultural and Forest Entomology 14, 147–155.
Quercus pubescens (QUEPU) Major host
* Godefroid M, Meurisse N, Groenen F, Kerdelhué C, Rossi JP (2020) Current and future distribution of the invasive oak processionary moth. Biological Invasions 22, 523-534.

* Groenen F, Meurisse N (2012) Historical distribution of the oak processionary moth Thaumetopoea processionea in Europe suggests ecolonization instead of expansion. Agricultural and Forest Entomology 14, 147–155.
Quercus pyrenaica (QUEPN) Major host
* Godefroid M, Meurisse N, Groenen F, Kerdelhué C, Rossi JP (2020) Current and future distribution of the invasive oak processionary moth. Biological Invasions 22, 523-534.

* Groenen F, Meurisse N (2012) Historical distribution of the oak processionary moth Thaumetopoea processionea in Europe suggests ecolonization instead of expansion. Agricultural and Forest Entomology 14, 147–155.
Quercus robur (QUERO) Major host
* Godefroid M, Meurisse N, Groenen F, Kerdelhué C, Rossi JP (2020) Current and future distribution of the invasive oak processionary moth. Biological Invasions 22, 523-534.

* Groenen F, Meurisse N (2012) Historical distribution of the oak processionary moth Thaumetopoea processionea in Europe suggests ecolonization instead of expansion. Agricultural and Forest Entomology 14, 147–155.
Acacia (1ACAG) Host
* Stigter H, Geraedts WHJM, Spijkers HCP (1997) Thaumetopoea processionea in the Netherlands: Present status and management perspectives (Lepidoptera: Notodontidae). Proceedings of the Section Experimental and Applied Entomology of the Netherlands Entomological Society (N.E.V.) 3-16. 
------- Occasional larval feeding.
Betula (1BETG) Host
* Stigter H, Geraedts WHJM, Spijkers HCP (1997) Thaumetopoea processionea in the Netherlands: Present status and management perspectives (Lepidoptera: Notodontidae). Proceedings of the Section Experimental and Applied Entomology of the Netherlands Entomological Society (N.E.V.) 3-16. 
------- Occasional larval feeding.
Crataegus (1CSCG) Host
* Stigter H, Geraedts WHJM, Spijkers HCP (1997) Thaumetopoea processionea in the Netherlands: Present status and management perspectives (Lepidoptera: Notodontidae). Proceedings of the Section Experimental and Applied Entomology of the Netherlands Entomological Society (N.E.V.) 3-16. 
------- Occasional larval feeding.
Fagus (1FAUG) Host
* Stigter H, Geraedts WHJM, Spijkers HCP (1997) Thaumetopoea processionea in the Netherlands: Present status and management perspectives (Lepidoptera: Notodontidae). Proceedings of the Section Experimental and Applied Entomology of the Netherlands Entomological Society (N.E.V.) 3-16. 
------- Caterpillars feeding on Fagus can develop into moths.
Sorbus (1SOUG) Host
* Stigter H, Geraedts WHJM, Spijkers HCP (1997) Thaumetopoea processionea in the Netherlands: Present status and management perspectives (Lepidoptera: Notodontidae). Proceedings of the Section Experimental and Applied Entomology of the Netherlands Entomological Society (N.E.V.) 3-16. 
------- Occasional larval feeding.