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Tortricidae

[tȯr′tris·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of phytophagous moths in the superfamily Tortricoidea which have a stout body, lightly fringed wings, and threadlike antennae.
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citrana Fernald (orange tortrix), are found in North America.
citrana (orange tortrix) was found damaging to avocados in California as a minor pest, the larvae feed on the bark of green twigs, on terminal buds, and foliage, after webbing the leaves together, and the fruit resulted damaged if a fruit and a leaf came together (Ebeling & Pence 1957).
On our orange tortrix sites, we monitor first by checking buds in early spring, then later we look for leaves that appear rolled and webbed, and finally, we check clusters in late spring and summer for movement into the cluster.
A separate sheet was generated for orange tortrix and a sheet for lab results.
Resistance in oak (Quercus sp.) to defoliation by Tortrix viridana L.
Sivapalan & Gnanapragasam (1979) reported that the fatty acids, linoleic and linolenic, are critical dietary supplements for the successful adult emergence of the tea tortrix, Homona eoffearia (Nietner) (Tortricidae) on artificial diets.
The cyclic dynamics of grey larch tortrix, Zeiraphera griseana Hubner.
Lymantria monacha adhesive panels and Tortrix viridana 3223 pcs
Selection of suitable Trichogramma strains to control the codling moth Cydia pomonella and the two summer fruit tortrix moths Adoxophyes orana, Pandemis heparana (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae).
Effect of nitrogen fertilization upon the secondary chemistry and nutritional value of quaking aspen, Populus tremuloides Michx., leaves for the large aspen tortrix, Choristoneura conflictana Walker.
Specific pheromones defoliator Tortrix viridana BUC 96