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Evaluation of a cow type silhouette trap with and without carbon dioxide bait for monitoring populations of adult simulium luggeri diptera simuliidae


, : Evaluation of a cow type silhouette trap with and without carbon dioxide bait for monitoring populations of adult simulium luggeri diptera simuliidae. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 2(4): 482-484

A "cow-type" silhouette trap with "head" and "body" collecting chambers was evaluated for use in monitoring adult populations of Simulium luggeri in Saskatchewan [Canada]. Ninety-five percent of the black flies taken were S. luggeri. Other species collected included S. vittatum, S. meridionale, S. venustum and S. decorum. Traps baited with CO2 collected significantly more (P < 0.01) S. luggeri than unbaited traps. The "body" collecting chamber took significantly more (P < 0.01) S. luggeri than the "head" collecting chamber.


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