The flight time ranges from July to August. The moth is attracted to light.
Similar species (also destructive pests):
Both Yponomeuta diffluellus Heinemann, 1870 and Yponomeuta rhamnellus Gershenson, 1974 were treated as valid species by Gershenson and Ulenberg in 1998, but most authors regard them as synonyms of Yponomeuta padella.
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- Washington State University site on horticultural pests. Yponomeuta padella = cherry ermine moth (CEM)
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