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A linear pitfall trap for mole crickets and other soil arthropods



A linear pitfall trap for mole crickets and other soil arthropods



Florida Entomologist 65(3): 376-377



Although adults of Scapteriscus acletus Rehn & Hebard and S. vicinus Scud. can be trapped by electronic calling devices, nymphs require a different technique. A pitfall trap is described that can easily be used for collecting large numbers of nymphs for research from either grassy or bare soil.

Accession: 001038238

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DOI: 10.2307/3494313

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