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Scientific Names

Accepted Names

Lymantria dispar Linnaeus 1758
Lymantria dispar
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Lymantria dispar (Linnaeus 1758)
Lymantria dispar Linnaeus 1758

Synonyms

Lymantria dispar (Linnaeus 1758)
Recognized by NCBI

Common Names

English

gypsy moth
Recognized by Wikidata
Gypsy moth
Recognized by Simpson et al 2018

Belarusian

Няпарны шаўкапрад

Bokmål, Norwegian; Norwegian Bokmål

løvskognonne

Bulgarian

гъботворка

Catalan; Valencian

cuca peluda del suro

Croatian

Gubar glavonja

Czech

bekyně velkohlavá

Dutch; Flemish

Plakker
Recognized by Wikidata
plakker

Esperanto

Lana tineo

Estonian

Käsnalainelane

Finnish

Lehtinunna

Georgian

არაფარდი პარკხვევია

German

Schwammspinner

Hungarian

Gyapjaslepke

Japanese

マイマイガ

Kazakh

Дербесжұп

Latvian

Ozolu mūķene

Persian

ابریشم‌باف ناجور

Polish

Brudnica nieparka

Portuguese

Mariposa-cigana

Russian

непарный шелкопряд

Serbian

губар

Slovak

mníška veľkohlavá

Swedish

Lövskogsnunna

Tajik

Мӯр

Ukrainian

Шовкопряд непарний

Welsh

siobyn y sipsi
Recognized by Wikidata

i18n: Sr Ec

губар

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