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Trapping noctuid moths with synthetic floral volatile lures.
Each mammal was released at its station of capture; each trap that had captured an individual was reversed in direction to indicate that it had been used, but it was not replaced during that trapping session.
Furbearers in Massachusetts are harvested by hunting, trapping or salvage (usually road kills).
In the present paper we compare the trapping efficiencies of climbing sticks either with bottle-traps or with adhesive.
Trapping was conducted in two habitats: northern hardwoods with a dominant overstory of sugar maple (Acer saccbarum) and American beech (Fagus grandifolia), and a red pine (Pinus resinosa) plantation.
More people should look at trapping as an option to control animal populations before the option is no longer available.
In a trapping run, the magnet is energized while neutrons are loaded into the trap.
GLENDALE - The city will step up its coyote trapping - officials expect to trap and kill about 40 by year's end - in an effort to curb the number coming down from the foothills in search of food.
Noticeably, however, trapping was missing from the list of activities that pose a threat to wildlife and contradict the very notion of "refuge.
The most appropriate method to determine the presence and abundance of small animal communities is trapping.
During the 3 years before the last peak of disease (1997-1999), we monitored bank vole populations by trapping and screening antibodies.
D'Amato also raises the most famous carnivorous plant of all, the Venus flytrap: when insects brush against the flytrap's "trigger hairs," the plant's "jaws" snap shut, trapping hapless insects inside.