Synanthedon tipuliformis

Synanthedon tipuliformis

Synanthedon tipuliformis 

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- Adult: 18 to 20 mm in span. Purple-black abdomen with several broad yellow transverse stripes. Hyaline wings with purplish black veins.

- Larva: 25 mm long. Whitish.

biology

- Host plants: red and white currant, gooseberry, blackcurrant.

- The moth flies at the beginning of summer. The mating occurs 3 to 4 hours after the emergency, and it is set 3 days later. The eggs are deposited alone or in groups in cracks in branches of 1 or 2 years, never in the buds of the current year.

- Egg: the embryonic development lasts 8 days at 20_C.

- The caterpillar penetrates the stem through a wound or a pruning scar and devours the marrow. It develops slowly until autumn and winter in situ. Development is completed in spring and pupation occurs within the stem.

Cycle:

- 1 generation per year. In France, the caterpillar pupates in April-May and adults occur from the end of May to the end of June.

- The attacked fruit shrubs die and dry due to the effect of several xylophagous fungi, in particular, Cytosporina ribis. The blackcurrant can withstand high levels of infestation without suffering significant damage.

SYTI P
Data sheet
Format
Septum
Duration
45 days / 6 weeks
Affects
Fruit trees
Units
1u

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