Interactions of pheromone component odor plumes of western pine beetle

@article{Byers1987InteractionsOP,
  title={Interactions of pheromone component odor plumes of western pine beetle},
  author={John A Byers},
  journal={Journal of Chemical Ecology},
  year={1987},
  volume={13},
  pages={2143-2157}
}
The relationships between catch ofD. brevicomis LeC. at sources of the synergistic pheromone components,exo-brevicomin (E) and frontalin (F), and increasing distance of separation of sources were investigated in the forest. The two components were each released with the host monoterpene, myrcene (M), in trap pairs. The traps of each pair were spaced apart at various distances (0–16 m) in either horizontal or vertical lines that were perpendicular to the mean wind direction. Both sexes were most… CONTINUE READING

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