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    Author(s): J.W. Peacock; S.L. Wright; J.R. Galford
    Date: 1988
    Source: The Great Lakes Entomologist. 21(4): 151-156.
    Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
    Station: Northern Research Station
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    Males of acorn-infesting Cydia latiferreana are attracted to an equilibrium mixture of the four isomers of 8, I10-dodecadien-1-ol acetate, the virgin female-produced pheromone. Trap height relative to the height of trees in which traps are placed seems to be a significant factor influencing moth catches at attractant-baited traps. In an oak woodlot and in an oak nursery, catches of male moths were greater in traps placed near the upper periphery of the canopy than at traps deployed at lower levels in the tree. Practical application of pheromone-baited traps in a forest situation will require further study on lure formulation and on trap deployment under forest conditions.

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    Peacock, J.W.; Wright, S.L.; Galford, J.R. 1988. Attraction of acorn-infesting Cydia latiferreana (lepidoptera:tortricidae) to pheromone-baited traps. The Great Lakes Entomologist. 21(4): 151-156.

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