A list of plant-feeding Lepidoptera introduced into British Columbia

David R. Gillespie, Beth I. Gillespie

Abstract


Each of 48 species of plant-feeding Lepidoptera known to be foreign to North America and to occur in British Columbia is briefly summarized with its history and importance. Those feeding on stored products are not indicated.

Keywords


Lepidoptera; pest introductions

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