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Eupoecilia ambiguella Hubner Tortricidae: Tortricinae: Cochylini. Common names: European grape berry moth preferred , European grape vine moth, grape berry moth. Synonyms: omphaciella Tinea , roserana Tortrix , turbinaris Clysia. Adult FWL : 6. The forewing is yellow or yellowish orange with a well-defined dark-brown to black median fascia. Males and females exhibit no sexual dimorphism in wing pattern although females may be slightly larger than males.

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Eupoecilia ambiguella Hubner Tortricidae: Tortricinae: Cochylini. Common names: European grape berry moth preferred , European grape vine moth, grape berry moth. Synonyms: omphaciella Tinea , roserana Tortrix , turbinaris Clysia. Adult FWL : 6. The forewing is yellow or yellowish orange with a well-defined dark-brown to black median fascia. Males and females exhibit no sexual dimorphism in wing pattern although females may be slightly larger than males.

Males lack a forewing costal fold. Male genitalia are distinguished by a reduced uncus , short socii , prominent transtilla, distally triangular valva , and large aedeagus. Female genitalia are distinguished by a broad, short ductus burase and a corpus bursae with numerous sclerotizations and spines.

Adults may be confused with other species of Eupoecilia or European Cochylini , although E. A genitalic dissection can be used to confirm E. Late instar larvae are approximately mm in length. The head, prothoracic shield , and legs are dark brown to black. Body color varies from brown to yellow and green. Pinacula are large, conspicuous, and brown. The anal shield is pale brown. Larvae cause damage similar to Lobesia botrana and the two species can be found sympatrically.

Other tortricid grape pests include: Argyrotaenia franciscana , Argyrotaenia ljungiana , Epiphyas postvittana , Paralobesia viteana , Platynota stultana , and Proeulia spp. Larvae of E. The life cycle of E. Pupation occurs in leaves for the first generation and under bark for the second generation. Overwintering occurs as a second generation pupa. Development time is highly dependent on temperature and humidity. The most significant losses are due to secondary infection of feeding sites on berries and clusters by Botrytis cinerea.

Economic thresholds vary with the type of grape and cultivar. English ivy Araliaceae Hedera L. European honeysuckle Caprifoliaceae Lonicera ramosissima Franch. Caprifoliaceae Symphoricarpos Dunham. Cornelian cherry Cuscutaceae Cuscuta L. Persian lilac Rhamnaceae Frangula alnus Mill. Vitaceae Parthenocissus quinquefolia L. Virginia creeper Vitaceae Vitis vinifera L.

It is not considered established outside of Europe and Asia. Bradley, J. Tremewan and A. The Ray Society, London, England. Version 4. Gilligan, T. The European grape vine moth not found in California: Eupoecilia ambiguella Hubner. Meijerman, L. Arthropods of Economic Importance: Eurasian Tortricidae. Arthropods of Economic Importance series. Roehrich, R. Tortricids in vineyards, pp. Evenhius [eds.

World Crop Pests, Vol. Elsevier, Amsterdam. Razowski, J. Tortricidae Lepidoptera of the Palaearctic Region, Vol. Frantisek Slamka, Slovakia. Eupoecilia ambiguella Hubner Tortricidae: Tortricinae: Cochylini Common names: European grape berry moth preferred , European grape vine moth, grape berry moth Synonyms: omphaciella Tinea , roserana Tortrix , turbinaris Clysia. Larval Morphology Late instar larvae are approximately mm in length.

Biology The life cycle of E. References Bradley, J. Tortricids of Agricultural Importance by Todd M. Gilligan and Marc E. Epstein Interactive Keys developed in Lucid 3. Last updated August Eupoecilia ambiguella.

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Eupoecilia ambiguella , the vine moth , is a moth of the family Tortricidae. The moth flies from May to August. The larvae mainly feed on dogwood , Rhamnus frangula , Hedera helix , Rhamnus cathartica , grape and honeysuckle. The species is considered a pest for grapes.

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