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LAI Yan-xue, YU Lin-xiang, ZHOU Yong-ping, LI Guo-ping, SHEN Bing-shun. Trapping adults of Monochamus alternatus with chemically-treated pine logs and branches[J]. Journal of Zhejiang A&F University, 2001, 18(1): 60-65.
Citation: LAI Yan-xue, YU Lin-xiang, ZHOU Yong-ping, LI Guo-ping, SHEN Bing-shun. Trapping adults of Monochamus alternatus with chemically-treated pine logs and branches[J]. Journal of Zhejiang A&F University, 2001, 18(1): 60-65.

Trapping adults of Monochamus alternatus with chemically-treated pine logs and branches

  • Received Date: 2000-02-02
  • Rev Recd Date: 2000-10-14
  • Publish Date: 2001-03-20
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    沈阳化工大学材料科学与工程学院 沈阳 110142

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Trapping adults of Monochamus alternatus with chemically-treated pine logs and branches

Abstract: The study was made in Ningbo City of Zhejiang Province , China .An average of 665.3 adults of Monochamus alternatus in their emerge season was trapped by a set of trapping device built with pine branches and logs +attractant +insecticide .The number of adults trapped daily related to phases of the moon .When the phase was in bump , the number was more than half of the moon , i .e .at 11th or 21st of the lunar calendar , the number of adults trapped reached a peak of 55.9 % of all adults trapped .The number of adults trapped hourly had something to do with intensity of the sunlight .At dawn , the number of adults trapped accounted for 14 % , in the evening (18 :00 -22 :00)for 70 % of all day .The dead pine trees in the nematode-infected pine forests with trapping device decrased by 50 % comparing with checked pine forest without trapping device .A trap rack arranged in the nematode-infected pine forest is effective to predict Monochamus alternatus and control Bursaphelenchus xylophilus .

LAI Yan-xue, YU Lin-xiang, ZHOU Yong-ping, LI Guo-ping, SHEN Bing-shun. Trapping adults of Monochamus alternatus with chemically-treated pine logs and branches[J]. Journal of Zhejiang A&F University, 2001, 18(1): 60-65.
Citation: LAI Yan-xue, YU Lin-xiang, ZHOU Yong-ping, LI Guo-ping, SHEN Bing-shun. Trapping adults of Monochamus alternatus with chemically-treated pine logs and branches[J]. Journal of Zhejiang A&F University, 2001, 18(1): 60-65.

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