List of Lepidoptera that feed on elms

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Elms (Ulmus species) are used as food plants by the larvae of a number of Lepidoptera species including:

Monophagous[edit]

Species that feed exclusively on Ulmus

Polyphagous[edit]

Species that feed on Ulmus among other plants

Buff-tip larva on European white elm, Great Fontley, England

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