Spodoptera littoralis

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Spodoptera littoralis in different languages.

Spodoptera littoralis
African cotton leafworm
Egyptian cotton worm
Hadena littoralis
Mediterranean brocade moth
Mediterranean climbing cutworm
Noctua gossypii
Prodenia littoralis
Prodenia retina
Prodenia testaceoides
Tomato caterpillar
Cotton leafworm
Egyptian cotton leafworm
Egyptian cotton worm
Mediterranean brocade moth
Mediterranean climbing cutworm
Tobacco cutworm
Afrikanischer Baumwollwurm
Ägyptische Baumwollraupe
Noctuelle méditerranéenne
Ver du coton
Ver du cotonnier
Rosquilla negra
Lagarta-dos-frutos
Nóctua
Afrikanskt bomullsfly
Египетская хлопковая совка
Afrikansk bomuldsugle
Krysanteemiyökönnen
Hadena littoralis
Prodenia littoralis
دودة ورق القطن
Spodoptera littoralis
Brith cotwm Affrica
کرم برگخوار پنبه
פרודניה
Katoenuil
Bomullsfly

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1Tomato Ecological Guide - 2000
Why this guide?
About this guide
This ecological guide is developed by the FAO Inter-Country Programme for IPM in vegetables in South
and Southeast Asia. It is an updated version of the Tomato IPM Ecological Guide dated June 1996.
The objective of this ecological guide is to provide general technical background information on tomato
production, supplemented with field experiences from the National IPM programmes...

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Spodoptera species
Why the concern?
Several moths of the genus Spodoptera are
recognised as quarantine pests in UK and EU
legislation. These include Spodoptera littoralis
(the Mediterranean climbing cutworm) which
is present in Mediterranean Europe and Africa.
Others, which do not occur anywhere in the
EU, include S. litura (from Asia) and
S. frugiperda and S. eridania (from the
Americas). Of these Spodoptera species,
S. littoralis, is the one...

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