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Author Heath, J. J.; Williams, R. N.; Phelan, P. L.
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 (up)
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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Call Number LoNNe @ kagoburian @ Serial 601
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Author Huemer, M. P.; Kühtreiber, M. H.; Tarmann, M. G.
Title Anlockwirkung moderner Leuchtmittel auf nachtaktive Insekten Ergebnisse einer Feldstudie in Tirol Type Journal Article
Year 2010 Publication Tiroler Landesumweltanwartschaft Abbreviated Journal (up)
Volume Issue Pages 33
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Call Number LoNNe @ kagoburian @ Serial 602
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Author Kavaliers, M.; Macvean, C.
Title Effect of temperature and lunarphase on the phototactic responses of larvae of the wax moth, Galleria mellonella (Lepidoptera, Pyralidae). Type Journal Article
Year 1980 Publication Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata Abbreviated Journal (up)
Volume 28 Issue 2 Pages 222–228
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Call Number LoNNe @ kagoburian @ Serial 605
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Author Laaksonen, J.; Laaksonen, T.; Itämies, J.; Rytkönen, S.; Välimäki, P.
Title A new efficient bait-trap model for Lepidoptera surveys – the “ Oulu ” model. Type Journal Article
Year 2006 Publication Entomologica Fennica Abbreviated Journal (up)
Volume 17 Issue Pages 153–160
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Call Number LoNNe @ kagoburian @ Serial 607
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Author Matalin, A. V.
Title Variations in flight ability with sex and age in ground beetles ( Coleoptera , Carabidae ) of south-western Moldova Type Journal Article
Year 2003 Publication Pedobiologia Abbreviated Journal (up)
Volume 47 Issue 4 Pages 311–320
Keywords Animals
Abstract On the basis of morphometric measurements of 69 Carabidae species, the dispersal power of beetles at different stages of

their physiological development was estimated. As quantitative criteria for estimation of dispersal possibilities the indices

of potential migrants (

Ipm

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Pf

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bids, three groups of beetles with different levels of wing muscles development were distinguished. Monomorphic

macropterous (MMm) species are characterized by the highest flight activity of both sexes throughout imago stage. Though

in many di(poly)morphic carabids (DPM species) a proportion of macropterous females in the populations is large, the wing

muscles are better developed in macropterous males, which ensures similar migration possibilities of males and females.

In populations of polymorphic macropterous (MPm) and DPM species dispersion is carried out mostly by teneral and im-

mature beetles. The maximum loss in flight ability occurs in mature females with developed eggs in ovaries. Large species

of ground beetles produce relatively large eggs, which are deposited in a single batch. After the development of gonads,

body mass in these species increases sharply, while wing muscles decline. In small-sized carabid species gonads develop

gradually and they lay relatively small eggs continuously. The changes in body mass in these species are usually small.

Therefore, the temporal changes in the

Pf

-index are more pronounced in large- and medium-sized carabid species com-

pared to small-sized beetles. The dispersal power of carabid beetles in different regions is discussed.
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Call Number LoNNe @ kagoburian @ Serial 609
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