Lymantria monacha

Lymantria monacha

Lymantria monacha

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The caterpillar of the nun is gray and hirsute, with black lines and spots on its back.1 It feeds on leaves of trees such as Spruce, Larix, Abies, Pinus and Pseudotsuga. Other genera such as Quercus, Acer, Betula, Carpinus, Fagus, Fraxinus, Malus, Prunus, Ulmus and other fruit trees can also be consumed by this species.

Damage

In case of a large infestation of these caterpillars, the foliage becomes scarce and the top of the tree becomes moldy. The trees survive several defoliations of 50% of their foliage, even several consecutive years, but they can die after 4 or 5 years after intense defoliation.

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Data sheet
Format
Septum
Duration
45 days / 6 weeks
Affects
Forest
Units
1u

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