Soil Emergence Trap - Headless

  • Model:BT2007
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** Attention Valued Customers,

In March 2013, we made a minor modification to our ez-Malaise trap. The mesh size of its white netting is 108 x 32 mesh/square inch (changed from 96 x 26 mesh/square inch). Please note this change before making purchases.

This headless emergence trap is a simplified version of our soil emergence traps. Instead of collecting bottles, it has a small loop sewn on ceiling from which to suspend objects, such as a tray or sticky trap.

The front panel of the headless emergence trap is of clear plastic for observation of insect activity; the three side panels are of white Polyester netting (108 x 32 mesh) for ventilation. The headless emergence trap has two openings: an 18-cm sleeve opening in the clear panel for removal of insects and a large dome-shaped zipper opening in the opposite mesh panel for easy access to inside.

Headless emergence trap is floorless. Like the amphibious emergence trap, the headless emergence trap has flaps around the base that can be covered with soil (60 X 60 cm) to keep insects inside. Loops at each corner are for tent pegs (not included) needed to stake down the trap in windy conditions.

Improvise an insect rearing cage by staking over plants.

Package Contents
x1 Fabric Trap Body
x8 Fiberglass Rods (Ø4 mm, L55 cm, 2 spares)
x4 ABS Plastic Joints (2-Way)
x4 ABS Plastic Feets

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