Plum Moth (Angerona Prunaria)

Pest Type: Fruit Pests Row: Lepidoptera – Lepidoptera Family: Moths – Geometridae It is found everywhere. It damages plums, cherry plums, apricots, cherries, cherries, hawthorn, buckthorn, honeysuckle, and buttocks. Butterfly with a wingspan of 40-50 mm; the wings of the female are […]

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Pine Moth (Bupalus Piniarius)

Pest Type: Soft Pests Row: Lepidoptera – Lepidoptera Family: Moths – Geometridae It happens everywhere. Damages ordinary pine, less often spruce, fir and other conifers. You need the best bug zappers! Butterfly with wingspan: female 35-40 mm, male 30-35 mm. The front […]

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Shingles (Triops Cancriformis)

Pest Type: Rice Pest Family: Arthropods – Arthropod Class: Chaffinch – Branchiata Row: Crustacea – Crustacea Contract: Leaf-footed Crustacea – Phyllopoda Ubiquitous crustacean damages rice in areas of its cultivation. Fossil animal, almost unchanged over 185 million years. Adult crustacean reaches 50-55 […]

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Silkworm Pine (Dendrolimus Pini)

Pest Type: Soft Pests Row: Lepidoptera – Lepidoptera Family: Cocoon Spiders – Lasiocampidae It is found everywhere. Damages ordinary pine, in rare cases, other conifers. A butterfly with a wingspan of 60-80 mm, the color of the front wings is yellow-brown to […]

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Podkorovaya Leaflet (Enarmonia Formosana)

Pest Type: Fruit Pests Row: Lepidoptera – Lepidoptera Family: Leaflet Tortricidae It is found everywhere. It damages the apple tree, pear, plum, cherry, cherry, apricot, peach, mountain ash. Butterfly with a wingspan of 15-18 mm; front wings with a bright pattern of […]

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Sand Lance (Opatrum Sabulosum)

Pest Type: Multi-Pest Row: Coleoptera – Coleoptera Family: Darkling – Tenebrionidae It is widespread, but numerous in the south of the steppe zone. Beetles are multinivorous and damage various crops, however, dangerous for row crops and vegetable seedlings in spring and early […]

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Peach or Greenhouse Aphids (Myzodes Persicae)

Type of pest: Tobacco pest, indoor vegetable pest, fruit crop pest Row: Equine – Homoptera Family: aphids – Aphididae Distributed everywhere. The primary owner is a peach and some of its hybrids with almonds. It damages fruit trees, tobacco, tomatoes, cucumbers, potatoes, […]

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Blue Linen Flea (Aphthona Euphorbiae)

Pest Type: Flax Pest Row: Coleoptera – Coleoptera Family: leaf beetles – Chrysomelidae It is found everywhere. Damages flax, less often beets. Beetle 1.5-2 mm in size, black-green on top, less often blue or bronze; pronotum and elytra at small, barely noticeable […]

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Silkworm Moth (Lycia Hirtaria)

Pest Type: Fruit Pests Row: Lepidoptera – Lepidoptera Family: Moths – Geometridae It is found everywhere. It damages plants from 43 genera – all fruit and forest species. Butterfly with a wingspan of 35-40 mm; the main color of the wings is […]

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Dark Nutcracker

Latin name: Agriotes obscurus Russian name: Dark Nutcracker Pest Type: Multi-Pest Row: Coleoptera – Coleoptera It is widespread, but the most numerous in the mountainous part, especially in the western regions, as well as in the northern forest-steppe. Larvae severely damage corn, […]

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Gray Bud Weevil (Sciaphobus Squalidus)

Pest Type: Fruit Pest Row: Coleoptera – Coleoptera Family: Weevils – Curculionidae Numerous in woodland and forest-steppe, in the steppe zone, is found in stations with increased moisture. It damages all fruit, berry crops, grapes, and forest species. Beetle 5-7 mm long, […]

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Sprout Fly (Delia Platura)

Pest Type: Pumpkin Gourd Row: Diptera – Diptera Family: Flower Flies – Anthomyidae It is found everywhere. It damages the stairs of pumpkin, legumes, beets, sunflowers, corn, cabbage, onions, and many other crops. Fly size 3-6 mm, yellow-gray; mesoscutum with brown bloom […]

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Cherry Slimy Sawfly (Caliroa Cerasi)

Pest Type: Fruit Pests Row: Hymenoptera – Hymenoptera Family: true sawflies – Tenthredinidae It is found everywhere. It damages cherries, cherries, pears, hawthorn, less – plums, thorns, quinces, mountain ash, cotoneaster, apple, and ii. The female is 5-6 mm long, the male […]

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