Collecting Simulium venustum female in fan traps and on silhouettes with the aid of carbon dioxide.

@article{Fallis1967CollectingSV,
  title={Collecting Simulium venustum female in fan traps and on silhouettes with the aid of carbon dioxide.},
  author={Anita Fallis and Gary F. Bennett and G Griggs and T. O. Allen},
  journal={Canadian journal of zoology},
  year={1967},
  volume={45 6},
  pages={
          1011-7
        }
}
Female black flies were taken abundantly in fan traps, on "sticky" mannequins, and on "sticky" flesh-colored paper cylinders when carbon dioxide was released beside them, but few were taken without the carbon dioxide. More flies were taken from the cylinders placed horizontally than vertically and more from the ends of the horizontal cylinders than from the mid-portions. More flies landed on the ends of the vertical cylinders near which the carbon dioxide was escaping than on the opposite ends… CONTINUE READING

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