volume 67, issue 1, P84-86 2010
DOI: 10.1590/s0103-90162010000100012
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Abstract: ABSTRACT: The alydid bug parvus (Westwood) is not easily detected in the field and the discovery of attractants may be a suitable way to monitor this species. The attraction of N. parvus to traps (transparent, transparent green and yellow) baited with cow urine and ammonia was studied in two field trials. Traps were placed near a terrace with pigeon pea plants (Cajanus cajan L.). Tap water, NaCl 10% aqueous solution (w/v), cow urine, and ammonia (NH 4 OH 1% aqueous solution) were tested as attractants in yell…

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