Keeping woodlands in Wales and Ireland healthy

Most damaging Forest insects


The following table is based on information in "Forestry Commission Handbook 1, Forest Insects: - a guide to insects feeding on trees in Britain" by D Bevan, published by HMSO 1987

It is restricted to those insects with a damage rating of 4 (XXXX) [Severe. Causing severe loss of crop increment, death of individual trees, severe degrade of produce, of young stock or of amenity value.] and 5 (XXXXX) [Very severe. Causing death of crop]

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Otiorhynchus singularis Linnaeus, 1767

Clay-coloured weevil (Otiorhynchus singularis  Linnaeus,  1767)
Clay-coloured weevil / Gwiddonyn Clai Lliwiedig

Type of trees: NURSERY
Damage rating: Damage level 4

Further information: http://www.fruitdisease.co.uk


Biological Centre Maps: http://data.gbif.org/species
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