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Title: Considering species richness and rarity when selecting optimal survey traps: comparison of semiochecmial baited flight intercept traps for Cerambycidae in eastern North America

Author: Dodds, Kevin J.; Allison, Jeremy D.; Miller, Daniel R.; Hanavan, Ryan P.; Sweeney, Jon.;

Date: 2015

Source: Agricultural and Forest Entomolgy 17, 36-14

Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)

Description: 1.) We compared standard multiple-funnel, modified multiple-funnel, intercept panel and canopy malaise (SLAM) traps with top and bottom collecting cups for their effectiveness (species richness, rarity, abundance) at capturing Cerambycidae in eastern North America. 2.) Experiments were conducted in New York, Louisiana, Massachusetts and Georgia in 2011 and 2012. A combination of pheromones and host volatiles chosen to match local forest types were used as lures. 3.) Species richness tended to be higher in SLAM and modified funnel traps than standard funnel and intercept panel traps. SLAM traps also captured the highest number of species, unique species, rare (species accounting for ¡Ü1% of total cerambycids at a site) and singleton species at each site. 4.) Individual-based rarefaction and sample-based species accumulation curves suggested that SLAM traps are more effective for capturing cerambycid species. For many estimates, modified funnel and funnel traps were lower than SLAM traps but greater than intercept panel traps for describing cerambycid communities. 5.) Modified funnel and SLAM traps generally captured the highest abundance of cerambycids but the response of the individual subfamily and species varied by trap type. 6.) SLAMtraps should be considered as a strong tool to describe cerambycid communities when used in conjunction with pheromones and host volatiles.

Keywords: Cerambycidae, rarity, species estimation, species richness, survey, trapping, traps.

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Dodds, Kevin J.; Allison, Jeremy D.; Miller, Daniel R.; Hanavan, Ryan P.; Sweeney, Jon. 2015. Considering species richness and rarity when selecting optimal survey traps: comparison of semiochecmial baited flight intercept traps for Cerambycidae in eastern North America. Agricultural and Forest Entomolgy 17: 36-47. 12 p.

 


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