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Automatic data acquisition systems for study of the flight ability of brown-winged green bug, Plautia stali Scott (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae)



Automatic data acquisition systems for study of the flight ability of brown-winged green bug, Plautia stali Scott (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae)



Applied Entomology and Zoology, 221: 19-24



An automatic data acquisition and calculation system for a flight mill was assembled to measure the flight ability of Plautia stali, one of the most important pests of fruit trees in Japan. Data for calculating the total flight distance and total duration of flight were automatically recorded. The simultaneous operation of 5 flight mills was possible under the control of a programmable controller.

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