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Cipresmineermot Argyresthia trifasciata

Foto: Hans Jonkman

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Yponomeutidae [familie]
Argyresthia [genus] (28/28)

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Yponomeutidae [familie]
Argyresthia [genus] (28/28)

Exotenpaspoort ?

Exotenstatus Gevestigd
Frequentie Zeer algemeen
Invasiviteit Invasief
Jaar van introductie 1980 - 1982
Jaar van eerste melding 1982
Type introductie Niet opzettelijk
Wijze van introductie Tuinbouw
Impact
  • Herbivorie
  • Concurrentie
  • Socio-economisch
  • Vastgesteld in provincies
  • Drenthe
  • Flevoland
  • Friesland
  • Gelderland
  • Groningen
  • Limburg
  • Noord-Brabant
  • Noord-Holland
  • Overijssel
  • Utrecht
  • Zuid-Holland
  • Zeeland
  • Habitats
  • Stedelijke gebieden
  • Verstoorde gebieden
  • Gemengd conifeer-/loofbos
  • Arctisch/alpien
  • Natuurlijke verspreiding Europa
    Beschrijving invasiviteit (Engels) Very invasive; spreading by growing populations and human factors. Stabilizing.
    Beschrijving (potentiƫle) ecologische impact (Engels) No concrete ecological impact known. It was noticed that affected branches are ideal breeding grounds for small insects, such as e.g. Collembola.
    Beschrijving (potentiƫle) economische impact (Engels) High economic impact but stable; affecting the host plants by leafmines.
    Beschrijving verspreiding binnen Nederland (Engels) This Alpine species was probably introduced in some other European countries such as France, Great Britain and Spain in the second half of the 20th century. It was also found in the same period in our country, this became clear when specimens were caught at Oegstgeest (province of Zuid-Holland) in 1982. Ten years later the species was known already from 60 localities across the provinces other than Flevoland, Groningen and Friesland. Another ten years later it was also known from the remaining provinces including the Wadden isles of Texel and Terschelling. Nowadays, it is a common member of the Dutch fauna.

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