Definition of Euproctis chrysorrhoea

1. Noun. White furry-bodied European moth with a yellow tail tuft.

Exact synonyms: Gold-tail Moth
Generic synonyms: Lymantriid, Tussock Moth
Group relationships: Euproctis, Genus Euproctis

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Euproctis Chrysorrhoea

Euphorbia ingens
Euphorbia lathyris
Euphorbia marginata
Euphorbia medusae
Euphorbia milii
Euphorbia peplus
Euphorbia pilulifera
Euphorbia pulcherrima
Euphoria litchi
Euphrates River
Euproctis chrysorrhoea
Euproctis phaeorrhoea
Eurasian Union
Eurasian badger
Eurasian badgers
Eurasian black vulture
Eurasian black vultures
Eurasian bullfinch

Literary usage of Euproctis chrysorrhoea

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Annual Report by Illinois Farmers' Institute (1916)
"Brown-tail Moth, euproctis chrysorrhoea, winter nests. Natural size. (Connecticut Experiment Station.) gypsy moth becomes an inhabitant of this State, ..."

2. Bush-fruits: A Horticultural Monograph of Raspberries, Blackberries by Fred Wallace Card (1898)
"euproctis chrysorrhoea (Linn). Fernald and Kirkland, Special Bull. Mass. Hatch. Exp. Sta. 1897. ..."

3. Biennial Report by Oregon Board of Horticulture (1921)
"... (euproctis chrysorrhoea)—new to and not heretofore widely distributed within and throughout the United States, exist in parts of the following states, ..."

4. Insects Injurious to the Household and Annoying to Man by Glenn Washington Herrick (1914)
"Concluding the list, however, is the worst one of all, the brown-tail moth (Euproctis chrysorrhoea) of New England. This insect was introduced into this ..."

5. Forestry in New England: A Handbook of Eastern Forest Management by Ralph Chipman Hawley, Austin Foster Hawes (1912)
"BROWN-TAIL MOTH (euproctis chrysorrhoea). Form of Damage. — Like the gipsy moth this insect defoliates both forest and fruit trees, but apparently does not ..."

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