Light Brown Apple Moth (LBAM)

Regulation and Quarantine Boundaries

male light brown apple moth
Pest Hotline: 1-800-491-1899

LBAM has been associated with many plants representing 290 genera (USDA 2008). These genera contain over 2000 species and many of these species that are not already known to be hosts could prove to be hosts as LBAM becomes exposed to them.

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Map Overview

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  • Map Index: Links to maps covering northern area, central area, southern area and entire state. Also provided are the overall regulated area layer map (Google Earth) and the regulated area web map (Zoomable Map).
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  • Northern California: Click on image to open map containing grid numbers linking to specific areas in northern California. If you know the grid number of your area, click on grid number.
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