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Ctenopseustis obliquana

Synonyms: Cacoecia charactana; Cacoecia inana; Sciaphila transtrigana; Sciaphila turbulentana; Teras spurcatana; Tortrix herana; Tortrix ropeana

Wikipedia Abstract

Ctenopseustis obliquana, the brownheaded leafroller, is a moth of the Tortricidae family. It is native to New Zealand and is an introduced species in Hawaii. The common name is also used for the related species Ctenopseustis herana and Ctenopseustis fraterna. The wingspan can range up to 25 mm. The coloration and markings on the forewing are extremely variable, ranging from fawn to chocolate brown with darker markings.
View Wikipedia Record: Ctenopseustis obliquana

Prey / Diet

Actinidia arguta (tara vine)[1]
Actinidia chinensis (kiwi)[1]
Actinidia chinensis var. hispida (Chinese Gooseberry)[1]
Alnus glutinosa (European alder)[1]
Alsophila dealbata (silver tree fern)[1]
Anthoxanthum redolens[1]
Aristotelia serrata (wineberry)[1]
Avicennia marina (gray mangrove)[1]
Berberis glaucocarpa[1]
Camellia japonica (camellia)[1]
Cedrus deodara (Deodar cedar)[1]
Citrus japonica (sour orange)[1]
Citrus limon (lemon)[1]
Clematis foetida[1]
Coprosma grandifolia[1]
Coprosma repens (creeping mirrorplant)[1]
Coprosma robusta[1]
Coprosma rotundifolia[2]
Corynocarpus laevigatus (karakaranut)[1]
Cytisus scoparius (Broomtops)[1]
Dicksonia fibrosa (golden tree fern)[1]
Dicksonia squarrosa (rough tree fern)[1]
Diospyros kaki (japanese persimmon)[2]
Dovyalis caffra (kei apple)[1]
Dracophyllum longifolium[1]
Dysoxylum spectabile[1]
Elaeocarpus pierrei[1]
Escallonia illinita (redclaws)[1]
Fuchsia excorticata[1]
Griselinia littoralis (New Zealand broadleaf)[1]
Hedera helix (Algerian ivy)[1]
Hoheria populnea (Lacebark)[1]
Ileostylus micranthus (Mistletoe)[1]
Juglans regia (English walnut)[1]
Korthalsella lindsayi[1]
Laurelia novae-zelandiae[1]
Leycesteria formosa (Himalayan honeysuckle)[1]
Lonicera japonica (Chinese honeysuckle)[1]
Macadamia tetraphylla (macadamia nut)[1]
Malus pumila (Common apple)[2]
Malus sylvestris (Crab Apple)[1]
Morus alba (mulberry)[1]
Myrsine australis (Red Matipo)[1]
Myrsine salicina (toro)[1]
Neopanax arboreus (Five Finger)[1]
Nestegis cunninghamii[1]
Nothofagus fusca (Red Beech)[1]
Nothofagus menziesii (Silver Beech)[1]
Nothofagus solandri (Black Beech)[1]
Olearia lyallii (subantarctic tree daisy)[1]
Olearia paniculata[1]
Osteospermum moniliferum subsp. moniliferum (Boneseed)[1]
Parablechnum novae-zelandiae (Swamp kiokio)[1]
Paraserianthes lophantha (plume-albizia)[1]
Peraxilla colensoi[1]
Peraxilla tetrapetala[1]
Persea americana (avocado)[1]
Phormium tenax (New Zealand flax)[1]
Phyllocladus trichomanoides (Celery pine)[1]
Picea abies (Norway spruce)[2]
Picea sitchensis (Sitka spruce)[2]
Pinus radiata (Monterey pine)[2]
Plagianthus regius (lowland ribbonwood)[1]
Plantago lanceolata (narrowleaf plantain)[1]
Podocarpus totara (Totara)[1]
Pomaderris apetala (Dogwood)[1]
Populus nigra (Lombardy poplar)[1]
Prunus armeniaca (apricot)[1]
Prunus avium (Wild Cherry)[1]
Prunus domestica (plum)[1]
Prunus laurocerasus (Cherry laurel)[1]
Prunus persica (peach)[1]
Pseudotsuga menziesii (Douglas fir)[2]
Pseudowintera colorata[1]
Quercus pendulata <Unverified Name>[1]
Raukaua edgerleyi[1]
Ribes nigrum (European black currant)[1]
Ribes uva-crispa (European gooseberry)[1]
Rosa rubiginosa (Sweet briar)[1]
Rubus cissoides[1]
Rumex oblongifolius (bluntleaf dock)[1]
Salix fragilis (crack willow)[1]
Schefflera digitata (Schefflera)[1]
Syringa chinensis (common lilac)[1]
Thuja plicata (Pacific Red-cedar)[1]
Thyridia repens[1]
Trifolium repens (Ladino Clover)[1]
Ulex europaeus (common gorse)[1]
Ulmus glabra (Wych elm)[1]
Veronica stricta[1]
Vitis vinifera (wine grape)[1]
Weinmannia silvicola <Unverified Name>[1]

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Citations

Attributes / relations provided by
1New Zealand Institute for Plant & Food Research Plant-SyNZ™ database
2HOSTS - a Database of the World's Lepidopteran Hostplants Gaden S. Robinson, Phillip R. Ackery, Ian J. Kitching, George W. Beccaloni AND Luis M. Hernández
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