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      Female over egg mass. Empty pupae of nun moth and two empty pupae of gypsy moth, below, right of female. Surface of nun moth pupae is shiny with white-yellow long bristles. Host tree is a European white birch during an outbreak in Sachsen, Germany (Photo: Hannes Lemme, - Click for full size   Pheromone trap being deployed (Photo: USDA APHIS PPQ, - Click for full size   Adult male(left) and female (right) Asian gypsy moths - shown for comparison (Photo: USDA APHIS PPQ, - Click for full size   Pupa(e) (Photo: Jim Occi, BugPics, - Click for full size   Larva(e) (Photo: Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station Archives, - Click for full size   Damage from Lymantria dispar (Photo: Mark Robinson, USDA Forest Service, - Click for full size
    Nom taxonomique: Lymantria dispar (Linnaeus, 1758)
    Synonymes: Porthetria dispar
    Noms communs: Asian gypsy moth (English), erdei gyapjaslepke (Hungarian), gubar (Romanian), gypsy moth (English), lagarta peluda (Spanish), limantria (Italian), løVstraesnonne (Danish), maimai-ga (Japanese), mniska vel’kohlava (Slovak), neparnyy shelkopryad (Russian), Schwammspinner (German), spongieuse (French)
    Type d'organisme: insect
    Se rencontre dans:
    forêts naturelles, zones ripisylves, zones urbaines
    Cette espèce figure sur la liste de l’UICN des 100 espèces parmi les plus envahissantes au monde
    Révisé par: Dr. Andrew Liebhold Northeastern Research Station USDA Forest Service. USA
    Compilé par: National Biological Information Infrastructure (NBII) & IUCN/SSC Invasive Species Specialist Group (ISSG)
    Dernière mise à jour: Wednesday, 27 April 2011

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