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Further observations on the responses of male pea moth cydia nigricana to vegetation previously exposed to sex attractant



Further observations on the responses of male pea moth cydia nigricana to vegetation previously exposed to sex attractant



Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 33(1): 112-116



Observations of the attraction of males of the pea moth, C. nigricana (F.), to wheat plants previously exposed to sex-attractant traps are described. Plants exposed to attractant for 30 or 180 min attracted moths for at least 100 min and once for at least 180 min. Attracted moths often landed on the vegetation which had been in the immediate vicinity of the trap and fanned. Removal of the vegetation next to trap after 60 min exposure and its replacement with unexposed vegetation did not affect the number of moths which were attracted, but they avoided the unexposed vegetation, and fewer landed and fanned. Wheat plants exposed next to a trap for 60 min and then placed in an unexposed position still attracted moths, on 1 occasion for at least 140 min.

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