Rhododendron (Rhododendron)-Carnation tortrix

Cacoecimorpha pronubana

Description, biology and damage The larvae feed by rolling leaves and tying them with silk webbing. The larvae are very active when disturbed. The carnation tortrix attacks many broadleaf evergreen plants but seldom causes serious damage. Larvae are active year-round. Rarely becomes a serious pest.

For biology, life history, monitoring and management

See "Leafroller and leaftier" in:

Management-chemical control

See Table 3 in: