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Fay prince trap baited with carbon dioxide for monitoring adult abundance of aedes sierrensis diptera culicidae



Fay prince trap baited with carbon dioxide for monitoring adult abundance of aedes sierrensis diptera culicidae



Journal of Medical Entomology 26(4): 327-331



The Fay-Prince trap augmented with carbon dioxide (F-P/CO2) collected high numbers of male and female Aedes sierrensis (Ludlow). The F-P/CO2 trap collected 15-20 times more males, but statistically similar numbers of females as did a rabbit-baited CO2 trap (R/CO2). Carbon dioxide was essential to the successful operation of the F-P/CO2 trap for the collection of male and female Ae. sierrensis. A repeated measures ANOVA with polynomial contrasts found no significant differences in the population trends of female Ae. sierrensis measured by the two traps. Trap location also was a major source of variability, with one of the four locations accounting for 50% of all Ae. sierrensis collected. These results indicated that the F-P/CO2 trap was a simple but effective method for sampling Ae. sierrensis.

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