Sustained-flight tunnel for measuring insect responses to wind-borne sex pheromones


The design, construction, and uses of a relatively simple and inexpensive wind tunnel for studying responses of flying insects to sex pheromones are presented with special reference to research on moths. A variable-speed continuous belt installed on the tunnel floor proved to be a valuable feature, allowing the observer to manipulate the speed of the… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00988054


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