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Pheromone Traps, Omnivorous Leafroller, and Orange Tortrix

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  • Omnivorous leafroller
  • Orange Tortrix

For omnivorous leafroller and orange tortrix (shown below), look for male moths caught in pheromone traps to determine biofix. Names link to more information on identification and management.

Male omnivorous leafroller moth
Omnivorous leafroller
Identification tip: Male omnivorous leafroller moths have blackish-gray, snoutlike mouth parts that protrude from the head. Forewings are dark, rusty brown with a tan distal half. A dark spot is located on the outer edge of the wings in the distal half.

Male omnivorous leafroller moth
Orange tortrix
Identification tip: Male orange tortrix (left) moths are light brown or orange brown with a distinct V-shawped marking on the center of each forewing and a pair of crescent-shaped markings on the wing margins.

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