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Evaluation of sex attractant and black light traps for monitoring black cutworm agrotis ipsilon and variegated cutworm peridroma saucia



Evaluation of sex attractant and black light traps for monitoring black cutworm agrotis ipsilon and variegated cutworm peridroma saucia



Journal of Economic Entomology 74(5): 517-519



Sex attractant-baited sticky traps were evaluated against blacklight (BL) traps for monitoring adults of black cutworm, A. ipsilon (Hufnagel), and variegated cutworm, P. saucia (Huebner), populations in New York and New Jersey [USA]. Sex attractant trap catches during spring flights significantly exceeded BL trap catches. Summer and fall flight catches were greater in BL traps than in sex attractant-baited traps.

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