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Attraction of the engraver beetle (Ips typographus L.). II. Possibilities of the integration of natural breeding material into control by pheromones



Attraction of the engraver beetle (Ips typographus L.). II. Possibilities of the integration of natural breeding material into control by pheromones



Journal of Applied Entomology 102(2): 115-123



Field trials were carried out in the German Federal Republic in 1981-83 to determine whether bark extracts, esters and logs of spruce (Picea abies) could be used to increase the effectiveness of pheromone traps in monitoring and controlling the scolytid Ips typographus. These additional materials were partly used as independent trapping systems. The ethanol extracts had a deterrent effect on the beetle, while the petroleum benzene extract and the ester did not affect trap catches.

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