The presence of non-target lepidopteran species in pheromone traps for fruit tortricid moths
Eva Hrudováhttps://doi.org/10.17221/3831-PPSCitation:Hrudová E. (2003): The presence of non-target lepidopteran species in pheromone traps for fruit tortricid moths. Plant Protect. Sci., 39: 126-131.
In the localities Brno-Tuřany (Brno-město) and Prakšice (Uherské Hradiště) pheromone traps were used to monitor tortricid moths Adoxophyes orana, Archips podanus, A. rosanus, Hedya nubiferana, Pandemis heparana, Spilonota ocellana, Cydia pomonella, Cydia funebrana and Cydia molesta. Other moths species were also present in these pheromone traps for target species: Pammene albuginana, Cydia coronilana, Notocelia rosaecolana, Hedya pruniana, noctua pronuba, Ypponomeuta malinellus, Pyrausta rectefascialis and P. aurata.
fruit tortricid moths; pheromone traps; South Moravia; non-target moth species; Noctuidae