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Attractiveness of synthetic sex pheromones to orchard leaf-roller moths (Lepidoptera, Tortricidae)



Attractiveness of synthetic sex pheromones to orchard leaf-roller moths (Lepidoptera, Tortricidae)



Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 65(10): 1490-1499



With the use of attractant pheromone compounds in apple orchards in the Voronezh region of the USSR, 41 species of Tortricidae were recorded, 20 of them being orchard pests. Moths of the subfamily Tortricinae were attracted preferentially to 14-atom carbon compounds (unsaturated alcohols and acetates), rarely to those with 12-atom compounds added, while moths of the subfamily Olethreutinae preferred 12-atom compounds.

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