Definición de tortrix en inglés:

tortrix

Silabificación: tor·trix
Pronunciación: /ˈtôrtriks
 
/
(also tortrix moth)

sustantivo (plural tortrices /-trisēz/)

A small moth with typically green caterpillars that live inside rolled leaves and can be a serious pest of fruit and other trees.
  • Family Tortricidae: many species
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • MLEs were detected in the summer fruit tortrix Adoxophyes orana fasciata and the tea tortrix Homona magnanima, but no MLEs were detected in the parasitoid wasp Ascogaster quadridentata.
  • Sugar pine tortrix larva with ivory colored spots, easily confused with western spruce budworm.
  • The natural enemies can play an essential role in the regulation of the tortrix moths population dynamics.

Origen

late 18th century: modern Latin, feminine of Latin tortor 'twister', from torquere 'to twist'.

Derivativos

tortricid

sustantivo & adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • This complex of pest species includes tortricid leafrollers, noctuid fruitworms and cutworms, and gracillarid leafminers.
  • Among the species responsible for such early spring herbivory were 6 species of tortricid leaf-roller caterpillars, primarily Clepsis melaleucana, and a European slug, Arion subfuscus (Draparnaud).
  • Our studies have demonstrated it is possible to simultaneously disrupt pheromone communication and mating in sympatric tortricid moths by releasing an incomplete mixture of their individual pheromone components.

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