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Carpenterworm Moths and Cerambycid Hardwood Borers Caught in Light TrapsAuthor(s): J. D. Solomon; L. Newsome; W. N. Darwin
Source: Journal of the Georgia Entomological Society 7(1):76-79
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southern Forest Experiment Station
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DescriptionA portable, battery-operated light trap was used in hardwood stands in Mississippi. Ten species of hardwood borers were captured with carpenterworm moths being taken in the greatest numbers. Many cerambycid borers were also captured.
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CitationSolomon, J. D.; Newsome, L.; Darwin, W. N. 1972. Carpenterworm Moths and Cerambycid Hardwood Borers Caught in Light Traps. Journal of the Georgia Entomological Society 7(1):76-79.
KeywordsLight trap, forest insects, carpenterworm, cerambycidae
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