Exotic Pest Reporting
Oak processionary moth
Oak processionary moth (Thaumetopoea processionea) is an insect pest.
The Oak Processionary is a moth whose caterpillars are pests in oak forests.This is just one of many forest pests that are moved to un-infested forests by humans moving firewood. Help to protect our forests: don't move firewood!
07/18/2019 - Conservationists urge caution over caterpillars
07/09/2019 - Denmark preparing for toxic caterpillar invasion
06/19/2019 - Toxic caterpillars spotted in a South Merton park
06/03/2019 - City warns of oak processionary moths
06/03/2019 - Oak Processionary Moth on campus
05/17/2019 - Residents urged to keep their eyes open for moth
05/15/2019 - False alarm: Caterpillars spotted in Leudelange not
05/08/2019 - Have toxic caterpillars hit the UK?
04/25/2019 - Spraying of Oak Processionary Moth in Bexley
11/27/2018 - Preventing Exotic Lepidoptera from Entering the U.S.
09/21/2018 - Defra restricts oak movements to tackle moth threat
04/24/2018 - Oak Processionary Moths removed in Richmond
03/20/2018 - Forestry and Brexit by Abigail Levy, Esher College