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Author (up) Heath, J. J.; Williams, R. N.; Phelan, P. L. url  openurl
  Title High light intensity: a critical factor in the wind-tunnel flight of two scarabs, the rose chafer and Japanese beetle. Type Journal Article
  Year 2001 Publication Journal of Chemical Ecolog Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume 27 Issue 3 Pages 419–429  
  Keywords Animals  
  Abstract We analyzed the flight of the rose chafer Macrodactylus subspinosus (F.) (Melolonthinae: Scarabaeidae) and the Japanese beetle Popillia japonica Newman (Rutelinae: Scarabaeidae) in a wind tunnel with controlled humidity, temperature, light, and airflow. The data indicate that an optimum combination of light and temperature dramatically improves their response to lures. Both species took off upwind, oriented to, and contacted the odor source well (40-60%) when light intensity was > 50% of a clear day, temperature was 26-27 degrees C, and relative humidity was 65-75%.  
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