Archips rosana

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Archips rosana
Archips rosana.jpg
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Lepidoptera
Family: Tortricidae
Genus: Archips
Species: A. rosana
Binomial name
Archips rosana
(Linnaeus, 1758)[1]
Synonyms
  • Phalaena (Tortrix) rosana Linnaeus, 1758
  • Tortrix acerana Hubner, [1796-1799]
  • Phalaena (Tortrix) ameriana Linnaeus, 1758
  • Phalaena americana Gmelin, 1788
  • Phalaena (Tortrix) amerina Linnaeus, 1761
  • Phalaena (Tortrix) avellana Linnaeus, 1758
  • Cacoecia hewittana Busck, 1920
  • Tortrix laevigana [Denis & Schiffermuller], 1775
  • Tortrix levigana Illiger, 1801
  • Lozotaenia nebulana Stephens, 1834
  • Cacoecia rosana ab. obscura Dufrane, 1944
  • Cacoecia rosana ab. ochracea Dufrane, 1945
  • Cacoecia rosana var. orientana Krulikowsky, 1909
  • Tortrix oxyacanthana Hubner, [1796-1799]
  • Cacoecia rosana var. splendana Kennel, 1910
  • Tortrix testaceana Eversmann, 1844
  • Pyralis variana Fabricius, 1787

Archips rosana, the rose tortrix, is a moth of the Tortricidae family. It is found in both the Palearctic ecozone and the Nearctic ecozone.

Larva

The wingspan is 15–24 mm. The moths are on wing from May to August depending on the location.

The larvae feed within rolled leaves of various fruit plants such as raspberry, as well as cultivated rose. Pupation takes place from April to May. The species overwinters as an egg.[2]

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