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99047519475Lymantria mathura Moore, 1866 – Rosy Gypsy Moth
  • (1) Molet, T., 2012. CPHST Pest Datasheet for Lymantria mathura. USDA-APHIS- PPQ-CPHST. 1-8.
  • (2) Moore, F., 1866. On the lepidopterous insects of Bengal. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 1865: 805.
  • (3) Pogue, M.G., and Schaefer, P.W. (2007). A review of selected species of Lymantria Hubner [1819] including three new species (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae: Lymantriinae) from subtropical and temperate regions of Asia, some potentially invasive to North America. Forest Health Technology Enterprise Team.
  • (4) Roonwal, M.L. (1979). Field-ecological studies on mass eruption, seasonal life-history, nocturnal feeding and activity rhythm, and protective behavior and coloration in the sal defoliator, Lymantria mathura (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae), in sub-Himalayan forests. Records of the Zoological Survey of India 75: 209-236.
  • (5) Species Page at BOLD Barcoding Project - website.

Lymantria mathura
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