Though the European grapevine moth, Lobesia botrana (Denis & Schiffermüller) (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) can feed on more than forty plant species, grapevine is the preferred crop worldwide. This moth is a western palearctic species that has recently spread to Chile, Argentina, and California. The possible further expansion in other regions of the Americas is greatly feared and should be monitored carefully in the near future. In this framework, we provide an updated review of the current knowledge on its taxonomy, morphology, biology, ecology, genomics, geographic distribution, and invasiveness. Then, in the last section, we develop a research agenda pointing out significant challenges for future investigations on bio-ecology and invasion biology, which are tightly connected with the prevention and management strategies

Benelli, G.; Lucchi, A.; Anfora, G.; Bagnoli, B.; Botton, M.; Campos-Herrera, R.; Carlos, C.; Daugherty, M.P.; Gemeno, C.; Harari, A.R.; Hoffmann, C.; Ioriatti, C.; López Plantey, R.J.; Reineke, A.; Ricciardi, R.; Roditakis, E.; Simmons, G.S.; Tay, W.T.; Torres-Vila, L.M.; Vontas, J.; Thiéry, D. (2023). European grapevine moth, Lobesia botrana Part I: biology and ecology. ENTOMOLOGIA GENERALIS, 43 (2): 261-280. doi: 10.1127/entomologia/2023/1837 handle: https://hdl.handle.net/10449/82258

European grapevine moth, Lobesia botrana Part I: biology and ecology

Ioriatti, Claudio;
2023-01-01

Abstract

Though the European grapevine moth, Lobesia botrana (Denis & Schiffermüller) (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) can feed on more than forty plant species, grapevine is the preferred crop worldwide. This moth is a western palearctic species that has recently spread to Chile, Argentina, and California. The possible further expansion in other regions of the Americas is greatly feared and should be monitored carefully in the near future. In this framework, we provide an updated review of the current knowledge on its taxonomy, morphology, biology, ecology, genomics, geographic distribution, and invasiveness. Then, in the last section, we develop a research agenda pointing out significant challenges for future investigations on bio-ecology and invasion biology, which are tightly connected with the prevention and management strategies
Pest distribution
Chemical ecology
Climate change
Invasiveness
Life cycle
Morphology and taxonomy
Sex pheromone
Tortricidae
Vineyard pest
Settore AGR/11 - ENTOMOLOGIA GENERALE E APPLICATA
2023
Benelli, G.; Lucchi, A.; Anfora, G.; Bagnoli, B.; Botton, M.; Campos-Herrera, R.; Carlos, C.; Daugherty, M.P.; Gemeno, C.; Harari, A.R.; Hoffmann, C.; Ioriatti, C.; López Plantey, R.J.; Reineke, A.; Ricciardi, R.; Roditakis, E.; Simmons, G.S.; Tay, W.T.; Torres-Vila, L.M.; Vontas, J.; Thiéry, D. (2023). European grapevine moth, Lobesia botrana Part I: biology and ecology. ENTOMOLOGIA GENERALIS, 43 (2): 261-280. doi: 10.1127/entomologia/2023/1837 handle: https://hdl.handle.net/10449/82258
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