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Evaluation of a new face fly musca autumnalis and stable fly stomoxys calcitrans diptera muscidae trap which segregates the catch of the 2 species






Environmental Entomology 13(5): 1256-1260

Evaluation of a new face fly musca autumnalis and stable fly stomoxys calcitrans diptera muscidae trap which segregates the catch of the 2 species

A single, newly designed, white, octahedron-shaped trap caught as many M. autumnalis De Geer and S. calcitrans L., as did a white tetrahedron and a Williams-type trap individually. A new product, Olson Stiky Stuff was as effective as tack trap in capturing flies and was easier to apply. Clear alsynite panels painted white (TiO2) were cheaper, easier to use, and sometimes more attractive to face flies than were plywood panels painted white. Total hemispherical reflectance of wavelengths between 330 and 430 nm is related to face fly catch.

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