Pheromone diffuser Dendrolimus Sibiricus (Siberian moth)
Duration: 60 days
Pheromone to place in chromatic trap and capture the moth dendrolimus sibiricus.
The wingspan is 60–102 mm. The color varies from light yellowish brown or light gray to dark brown or almost black. The front wings are crossed by two dark stripes and there is a white spot located in the center of the front wing.
The life cycle duration varies from two to four calendar years depending on the population density. The larvae of males have five to nine stages, while those of females have six to ten. Adults are in flight from late June to early August. The larvae (from the second to the third stage and from the fifth to the sixth stage) spend the winter under the forest litter. Pupation takes place from mid-June to the end of July. There are cycles of slow population growth over several years, reaching a peak (outbreak) followed by a population collapse.
The larvae feed on the Larix, Picea and Pinus species. It is the main defoliator of coniferous forests in Asian Russia.
- Plaga objetivo
- Polilla siberiana
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