Grapholita funebrana is able to develop on many wild and cultivated stone fruits and other plants in the family Rosaceae. This pest occurs in Europe, the Middle. Superfamily: Tortricoidea. Family: Tortricidae. Subfamily: Olethreutinae. Tribe: Grapholitini. Genus: Grapholita. Subject: Grapholita funebrana (Treitschke). BF Plum Fruit Moth Grapholita funebrana. Treitschke, Wingspan mm. This species is locally common in the southern half of England.

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Rosaceae Prunus maximowiczii Rupr. Sadovodstvo i Vinogradarstvo, 5: Mating disruption against the plum fruit moth Grapholitha funebrana Tr.

Adult Recognition

Tortricids of Agricultural Importance by Todd M. A taxonomic review of the genus Grapholita grapholitq allied genera Lepidoptera: They can be separated by the colour of the palps; dull greyish brown in G.

Pheromone traps using “Funemone” lures are commonly used to trap male G. Non-target tortricids attracted to the “Funemone” pheromone include: The species is considered to be a pest.


In plums, the larva is usually found close to the stone. Distribution A native of Fynebrana, Grapholita funebrana has spread to most other fruit-growing regions of the Palearctic.

Korean cherry Rosaceae Prunus persica L. Masson et Cie, Paris, The anal shield is light brown with dark mottling. Funberana early and intermediate instars have translucent white bodies and greyish prothoracic and anal plates. Turkestan Entomological Station Reports.

The entrance hole, near the stalk on plums, often oozes brown liquid surrounded by frass. Field validation of a developmental model for Cydia funebrana Treitschke Lepidoptera: Taxonomic Tree Top of page Domain: Investigations on the response of lepidopteran sex pheromones of temperate fruit pests in Himachal Pradesh, India.

European plum Rosaceae Prunus domestica L. Komarek, ; Hrdy et al. Wiackowski SK; Wiackowska I, Articles with ‘species’ microformats All stub articles. Plum fruit moth, Cydia funebrana, No. Possibilities and limitations of selective methods of control of tortricid pests of orchards.

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Grapholita funebrana (red plum maggot)

Go to distribution funebraa Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 19 1: Report on the occurrence of important diseases and pests on cultivated plants in Austria in the year Journal of Economic Entomology. Apollo Books, pp.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Distribution Table Top of page The distribution in this summary table is based on all the information available.

Distribution of the fruit tree pests Cydia molesta, Cydia funebrana and Anarsia lineatella Lepidoptera: Tortricidae of Europe, Vol. Observations on Grapholitha funebrana Tr. Studies on damage, fruit quality and effectiveness of plant protection in plum orchards.