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Record number 333128
Title Paardenkastanjemineermot verovert Nederland
Author(s) Moraal, L.G.
Source Natura 101 (2004)4. - ISSN 0028-0631 - p. 100 - 101.
Department(s) Centre for Ecosystem Studies
Wageningen Environmental Research
Publication type Article in professional journal
Publication year 2004
Keyword(s) cameraria - aesculus hippocastanum - bladmineerders - insectenplagen - plantenplagen - bosplagen - levenscyclus - aantasting - schade - epidemiologie - spreiding - verspreiding - koloniserend vermogen - gastheer parasiet relaties - geografische verdeling - insect-plant relaties - leaf miners - insect pests - plant pests - forest pests - life cycle - infestation - damage - epidemiology - spread - dispersal - colonizing ability - host parasite relationships - geographical distribution - insect plant relations
Categories Forest Pests and Diseases / Diseases, Pests and Disorders of Plants (General)
Abstract Beschrijving van de levenswijze en het schadebeeld van de paardekastanjemineermot (Cameraria ohridella), die sinds 1984 bezig is met een razendsnelle kolonisatie in geheel Europa. De ernst van de aantasting kan per boom variëren, waarschijnlijk door genetische verschillen. De mot is inmiddels over heel Nederland verspreid, met drie generaties per jaar. Het eind van de plaag is nog niet in zicht omdat effectieve natuurlijke vijanden ontbreken
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