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Trichoplusia ni
(cabbage looper)

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Trichoplusia ni (cabbage looper)

Summary

  • Last modified
  • 16 November 2018
  • Datasheet Type(s)
  • Pest
  • Natural Enemy
  • Preferred Scientific Name
  • Trichoplusia ni
  • Preferred Common Name
  • cabbage looper
  • Taxonomic Tree
  • Domain: Eukaryota
  •   Kingdom: Metazoa
  •     Phylum: Arthropoda
  •       Subphylum: Uniramia
  •         Class: Insecta

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Pictures

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PictureTitleCaptionCopyright
Eggs and first-instar larva of T. ni on brassica leaf.
TitleEggs and small larva
CaptionEggs and first-instar larva of T. ni on brassica leaf.
CopyrightA. Shelton
Eggs and first-instar larva of T. ni on brassica leaf.
Eggs and small larvaEggs and first-instar larva of T. ni on brassica leaf.A. Shelton
Final-instar larva of cabbage looper moth (T. ni) on brassica leaf. Note larval attitude.
TitleLarva
CaptionFinal-instar larva of cabbage looper moth (T. ni) on brassica leaf. Note larval attitude.
CopyrightA. Shelton
Final-instar larva of cabbage looper moth (T. ni) on brassica leaf. Note larval attitude.
LarvaFinal-instar larva of cabbage looper moth (T. ni) on brassica leaf. Note larval attitude.A. Shelton
Fully-grown larva of T. ni, 30-35 mm long.
TitleLarva
CaptionFully-grown larva of T. ni, 30-35 mm long.
CopyrightUSDA-ARS
Fully-grown larva of T. ni, 30-35 mm long.
LarvaFully-grown larva of T. ni, 30-35 mm long.USDA-ARS
Pupa and cocoon (opened) of T. ni on brassica leaf.
TitlePupa
CaptionPupa and cocoon (opened) of T. ni on brassica leaf.
CopyrightA. Shelton
Pupa and cocoon (opened) of T. ni on brassica leaf.
PupaPupa and cocoon (opened) of T. ni on brassica leaf.A. Shelton
Adult of the cabbage looper moth (T. ni) at rest on brassica leaf.
TitleAdult
CaptionAdult of the cabbage looper moth (T. ni) at rest on brassica leaf.
CopyrightA. Shelton
Adult of the cabbage looper moth (T. ni) at rest on brassica leaf.
AdultAdult of the cabbage looper moth (T. ni) at rest on brassica leaf.A. Shelton

Identity

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Preferred Scientific Name

  • Trichoplusia ni (Hübner)

Preferred Common Name

  • cabbage looper

Other Scientific Names

  • Autographa brassicae (Riley)
  • Autographa ni (Hübner)
  • Noctua ni Hübner
  • Phytometra brassicae (Riley)
  • Phytometra brassicae ab. u-notata Strand
  • Phytometra ni (Hübner)
  • Plusia brassicae Riley
  • Plusia comma Schultz
  • Plusia echinocystidis Strecker
  • Plusia extrahens Walker
  • Plusia humilis Walker
  • Plusia innata Herrich-Schäfer
  • Plusia ni (Hübner)
  • Plusia significans Walker
  • Plusia u-aureum Guenée sensu Butler
  • Trichoplusia brassicae (Riley)
  • Trichoplusia ni brassicae (Riley) Kostrowicki

International Common Names

  • English: cabbage plusia; cabbage semi-looper; common cabbage looper; lettuce looper; ni moth; silver v moth
  • Spanish: falso medidor de la col (Mexico); gusano de la col; gusano falso medidor; lagarta del girasol; oruga geómetra
  • French: arpenteuse du chou; fausse-arpenteuse du chou; noctuelle des choux (america)
  • Portuguese: falsa-medideira-da-couve; lagarta-mede-palmo

Local Common Names

  • Germany: Eule, Amerikanische Gemuese-

EPPO code

  • PYTOBR (Phytometra brassicae)
  • TRIPNI (Trichoplusia ni)

Taxonomic Tree

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  • Domain: Eukaryota
  •     Kingdom: Metazoa
  •         Phylum: Arthropoda
  •             Subphylum: Uniramia
  •                 Class: Insecta
  •                     Order: Lepidoptera
  •                         Family: Noctuidae
  •                             Genus: Trichoplusia
  •                                 Species: Trichoplusia ni

Distribution Table

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The distribution in this summary table is based on all the information available. When several references are cited, they may give conflicting information on the status. Further details may be available for individual references in the Distribution Table Details section which can be selected by going to Generate Report.

Continent/Country/RegionDistributionLast ReportedOriginFirst ReportedInvasiveReferenceNotes

Asia

AfghanistanPresentCIE, 1974
BangladeshPresentCIE, 1974
CambodiaPresentCIE, 1974; Waterhouse, 1993
ChinaPresentCIE, 1974
-HebeiPresentCIE, 1974
-Hong KongPresentCIE, 1974
-JiangsuPresentCIE, 1974
-ShandongPresentCIE, 1974
-ZhejiangPresentCIE, 1974
IndiaPresentCIE, 1974
-BiharPresentCIE, 1974
-GujaratPresentCIE, 1974
-Indian PunjabPresentCIE, 1974
-Jammu and KashmirPresentCIE, 1974
-KarnatakaPresentCIE, 1974
-Madhya PradeshPresentCIE, 1974
-MaharashtraPresentPatait et al., 2008
-Tamil NaduPresentRaju and Sivaprakasam, 1989
-Uttar PradeshPresentPrashant et al., 2007
IndonesiaPresentWaterhouse, 1993
IranPresentCIE, 1974
IraqPresentCIE, 1974
IsraelPresentCIE, 1974
JapanPresentCIE, 1974
-HokkaidoPresentCIE, 1974
-HonshuPresentCIE, 1974
-KyushuPresentCIE, 1974
JordanPresentCIE, 1974
KazakhstanPresentCIE, 1974
Korea, Republic ofPresentCIE, 1974
LaosPresentCIE, 1974
LebanonPresentCIE, 1974
MalaysiaPresentCIE, 1974
MaldivesPresentCIE, 1974
MyanmarPresentWaterhouse, 1993
PakistanPresentCIE, 1974
Saudi ArabiaPresentCIE, 1974
SyriaPresentCIE, 1974
TaiwanPresentCIE, 1974
ThailandPresentCIE, 1974; APPPC, 1987; Waterhouse, 1993
TurkeyPresentCIE, 1974
VietnamPresentWaterhouse, 1993

Africa

AlgeriaPresentCIE, 1974
Cape VerdePresentCIE, 1974
Congo Democratic RepublicPresentWalangululu and Mushagalusa, 2000
EgyptPresentCIE, 1974
EthiopiaPresentCIE, 1974
GambiaPresentCIE, 1974
KenyaPresentCIE, 1974
LesothoPresentCIE, 1974
LibyaPresentCIE, 1974
MadagascarPresentCIE, 1974
MoroccoPresentCIE, 1974
NigeriaPresentCIE, 1974
SenegalPresentCIE, 1974
SomaliaPresentCIE, 1974
South AfricaPresentCIE, 1974
Spain
-Canary IslandsPresentCIE, 1974
SudanPresentCIE, 1974
TanzaniaPresentCIE, 1974
TunisiaPresentCIE, 1974

North America

BermudaPresentCIE, 1974
CanadaPresentCIE, 1974
-AlbertaPresentCIE, 1974
-British ColumbiaPresentCIE, 1974
-ManitobaPresentCIE, 1974
-New BrunswickPresentCIE, 1974
-Newfoundland and LabradorPresentCIE, 1974
-Nova ScotiaPresentCIE, 1974
-OntarioPresentCIE, 1974
-Prince Edward IslandPresentCIE, 1974
-SaskatchewanPresentCIE, 1974
MexicoPresentCIE, 1974
USAWidespreadMetcalf et al., 1962; CIE, 1974
-AlabamaPresentMaxwell et al., 2006
-ArkansasPresentAllen and Kharboutli, 2000
-CaliforniaPresentThaler et al., 2001
-FloridaPresentJohanowicz et al., 2002
-HawaiiPresentCIE, 1974
-MinnesotaPresentHines and Hutchison, 2001
-MississippiPresentSudbrink et al., 2003
-New YorkPresentShelton et al., 2002
-TexasPresentLiu et al., 2003
-VirginiaPresentCordero et al., 2006

Central America and Caribbean

BarbadosPresentYaseen, 1978
CaribbeanPresentCIE, 1974
Costa RicaPresent
CubaPresentCIE, 1974
Dominican RepublicPresentCIE, 1974
HaitiPresentCIE, 1974
JamaicaPresentCIE, 1974
NicaraguaPresentCIE, 1974
Puerto RicoPresentCIE, 1974
Trinidad and TobagoPresentYaseen, 1978
United States Virgin IslandsPresentCIE, 1974

South America

ArgentinaPresentCIE, 1974
BoliviaPresentCIE, 1974
BrazilPresentCIE, 1974
-Rio Grande do SulPresentCIE, 1974
-Santa CatarinaPresentCIE, 1974
-Sao PauloPresentRaga et al., 1990
ChilePresentApablaza and Norero, 1993
ColombiaPresentCIE, 1974
UruguayPresentCIE, 1974
VenezuelaPresentCIE, 1974

Europe

AustriaPresentCIE, 1974
BulgariaPresentCIE, 1974
CyprusPresentCIE, 1974
Former USSRPresentCIE, 1974
FrancePresentCIE, 1974
GreecePresentCIE, 1974
IrelandPresentCIE, 1974
ItalyPresentCIE, 1974
-SardiniaPresentCIE, 1974
-SicilyPresentCIE, 1974
MaltaPresentCIE, 1974
NetherlandsPresentCIE, 1974
PortugalPresentCIE, 1974
RomaniaPresentCIE, 1974
Russian FederationPresentPresent based on regional distribution.
-Russia (Europe)PresentCIE, 1974
SpainPresentCIE, 1974
SwedenPresentLindeborg, 2008
SwitzerlandPresentCIE, 1974
UKPresentKloet and Hincks, 1967; CIE, 1974
Yugoslavia (former)PresentCIE, 1974

Growth Stages

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List of Symptoms/Signs

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SignLife StagesType
Leaves / external feeding
Leaves / frass visible
Leaves / internal feeding
Leaves / shredding
Leaves / webbing
Whole plant / dwarfing
Whole plant / external feeding
Whole plant / frass visible
Whole plant / internal feeding
Whole plant / plant dead; dieback

Natural enemies

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Natural enemyTypeLife stagesSpecificityReferencesBiological control inBiological control on
Apanteles hemitheae Parasite Larvae
Archytas californiae Parasite Larvae
Aspergillus flavus Antagonist Larvae
Bacillus cereus Pathogen Larvae
Bacillus thuringiensis Pathogen Larvae
Bacillus thuringiensis aizawai Pathogen
Bacillus thuringiensis alesti Pathogen Larvae
Bacillus thuringiensis colmeri Pathogen
Bacillus thuringiensis galleriae Pathogen Larvae
Bacillus thuringiensis indiana Pathogen
Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis Pathogen Larvae
Bacillus thuringiensis kurstaki Pathogen Larvae
Bacillus thuringiensis thuringiensis Pathogen Larvae
Bacillus thuringiensis tochigiensis Pathogen
baculo-like virus Pathogen
Banchus flavescens Parasite
Beauveria bassiana Pathogen Larvae
Bessa remota Parasite Larvae
Brachymeria ovata Parasite Pupae USA; Virginia cabbages
Brachymeria tibialis Parasite Larvae
Campoletis flavicincta Parasite Larvae
Campoletis sonorensis Parasite Larvae
Chelonus curvimaculatus Parasite Larvae
Chelonus formosanus Parasite Larvae
Chelonus insularis Parasite Larvae
Chrysoperla carnea Predator
Chrysoperla externa Predator Larvae
Chrysoperla rufilabris Predator Larvae
Compsilura concinnata Parasite Larvae
Copidosoma floridanum Parasite Eggs/Larvae Honduras Brassica oleracea; Phaseolus vulgaris
Copidosoma truncatellum Parasite Eggs/Larvae USA; Virginia cabbages
Cotesia marginiventris Parasite Larvae Cape Verde; Trinidad and Tobago Brassica; cabbages; tomatoes
Cotesia plutellae Parasite Larvae Barbados (1969), Jamaica (1969)
Cotesia ruficrus Parasite Larvae
Cotesia yakutatensis Parasite Larvae
cricket paralysis virus Pathogen
Entomophaga aulicae Pathogen
Eocanthecona furcellata Predator Nebapure and Meena, 2011
Erynia gammae Pathogen Larvae
Erynia radicans Pathogen Larvae
Euphorocera edwardsii Parasite Larvae
Euplectrus comstockii Parasite Larvae
Euplectrus platyhypenae Parasite Larvae
Gambrus ultimus Parasite Larvae USA; Virginia cabbages
Geocoris pallens Predator
Geocoris punctipes Predator
Glabromicroplitis croceipes Parasite
Goniophthalmus halli Parasite Larvae
Granulosis virus Pathogen
Hippodamia convergens Predator
Hyposoter didymator Parasite Cape Verde cabbages; tomatoes
Hyposoter exiguae Parasite Larvae
Itoplectis conquisator Parasite Larvae
Labidura riparia Predator
Lyctocoris campestris Predator
Madremyia saundersii Parasite Larvae USA; Virginia cabbages
Metarhizium anisopliae Pathogen
Metarhizium brunneum Pathogen Larvae
Meteorus autographae Parasite Larvae
Microcharops bimaculata Parasite Larvae
Microchelonus blackburni Parasite Larvae
Microgaster brassicae Parasite Larvae
Microplitis rufiventris Parasite Larvae
Misumena ratia Predator
Misumena vatia Predator
Nabis alternatus Predator
Nabis americoferus Predator
Nomuraea rileyi Pathogen Larvae
Nosema trichoplusiae Pathogen Larvae
Nucleopolyhedrosis virus Pathogen Larvae
Orius tristicolor Predator
Oxyopes salticus Predator
Patrocloides montanus Parasite
Perillus bioculatus Predator
Phidippus regius Predator
Podisus maculiventris Predator
Polistes metricus Predator
Ranzovius clavicornis Predator
Serratia marcescens Pathogen
Stenichneumon culpator cincticornis Parasite USA; Virginia cabbages
Stiretrus anchorago Predator
Sycanus indagator Predator
Telenomus solitus Parasite
Tenodera sinensis Predator
Thelohania sp. nr. diazoma Pathogen Larvae
Trichogramma achaeae Parasite Eggs Cape Verde Brassica; cabbages; tomatoes
Trichogramma brevicapillum Parasite Eggs
Trichogramma browningi Parasite Eggs
Trichogramma chilonis Parasite Eggs Taiwan cabbages
Trichogramma chilotraeae Parasite Eggs Trinidad Brassica
Trichogramma deion Parasite Eggs
Trichogramma evanescens Parasite Eggs Missouri
Trichogramma exiguum Parasite Eggs
Trichogramma fuentesi Parasite Eggs
Trichogramma funestum Parasite Eggs
Trichogramma inyoense Parasite Eggs
Trichogramma minutum Parasite Eggs
Trichogramma platneri Parasite Eggs
Trichogramma pretiosum Parasite Eggs California; Missouri
Trichogramma thalense Parasite Eggs
Trichogrammatoidea lutea Parasite Eggs Cape Verde cabbages; tomatoes
Trichospilus diatraeae Parasite Larvae Barbados Brassica; cotton; legumes; okras
Vespula pensylvanica Predator Larvae
Voria ruralis Parasite Larvae USA; Virginia cabbages
Vulgichneumon brevicinctor Parasite USA; Virginia cabbages
Winthemia rufiventris Parasite Larvae USA; Virginia cabbages

References

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Andaloro JT; Shelton AM; Eckenrode CJ, 1982. Seasonal abundance of lepidopterous larvae in commercial cabbage fields. Environmental Entomology, 11(1):144-146

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Apablaza JU; Norero AL, 1993. Captures of Agrotis ipsilon, Heliothis zea and Trichoplusia ni (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) with synthetic pheromone traps in the Metropolitan region. Ciencia e Investigacion Agraria, 20(1):73-81

APPPC, 1987. Insect pests of economic significance affecting major crops of the countries in Asia and the Pacific region. Technical Document No. 135. Bangkok, Thailand: Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific region (RAPA).

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Cordero RJ; Kuhar TP; Speese J III; Youngman RR; Lewis EE; Bloomquist JR; Kok LT; Bratsch AD, 2006. Field efficacy of insecticides for control of lepidopteran pests on collards in Virginia. Plant Health Progress, January:1-9. http://www.plantmanagementnetwork.org/sub/php/research/2006/collard/

Cuthbert FP; Kishaba AN, 1984. Host plant resistance. In: Lingren PD, Greene GL, eds. Suppression and management of cabbage looper populations. US Department of Agriculture, Technical Bulletin No. 1684, 92-96.

Eigenbrode SD; Shelton AM; Dickson MH, 1990. Two types of resistance to the diamondback moth (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae) in cabbage. Environmental Entomology, 19(4):1086-1090

Greene GL, 1972. Economic damage threshold and spray interval for cabbage looper control on cabbage. Journal of Economic Entomology, 65:205-208.

Harcourt DG, 1965. Spatial pattern of the cabbage looper, Trichoplusia ni, on crucifers. Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 58:89-94.

Harcourt DG, 1966. Sequential sampling for use in control of the cabbage looper on cauliflower. Journal of Economic Entomology, 59:1190-1192.

Hines RL; Hutchison WD, 2001. Evaluation of action thresholds and spinosad for lepidopteran pest management in Minnesota cabbage. Journal of Economic Entomology, 94(1):190-196.

Ignoffo CM; Hostetter DL, 1984. Diseases. In: Lingren PD, Greene GL, eds. Suppression and management of cabbage looper populations. US Department of Agriculture, Technical Bulletin No. 1684, 45-55.

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Kostrowicki AS, 1961. Studies on the Palaerctic species of the subfamily Plusiinae (Lepidoptera, Phalaenidae). Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia, 6:367-472.

Lindeborg M, 2008. Remarkable records of Macrolepidoptera in Sweden 2007. (Intressanta fynd av storfjärilar (Macrolepidoptera) i Sverige 2007.) Entomologisk Tidskrift, 129(1):43-52. http://www.sef.nu/

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