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Use of pheromones for the control of Trypodendron spp. in mountain forests



Use of pheromones for the control of Trypodendron spp. in mountain forests



Sylwan 131(7): 71-82



Studies were made in 1985 in Norway spruce silver fir silver fir/beech and beech/silver fir stands at the Krynica Forest Experimental Station in southern Poland using Borregard pipe traps. Traps baited with (a) 'Linoprax' (a lineatin preparation) were highly effective against T. lineatum, with 3733 caught per trap between May 6 and Oct. 1. Traps baited with (b) lineatin and ethanol caught 172 specimens/trap of T. domesticum and 600/trap of T. lineatum between April 15 and Oct. 1.

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