volume 167, issue 6, P507-516 2019
DOI: 10.1111/eea.12795
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Robert L. Meagher, Komi Agboka, Agbeko Kodjo Tounou, Djima Koffi, Koffi Aquilas Agbevohia, Tomfeï Richard Amouze, Kossi Mawuko Adjévi, Rodney N. Nagoshi

Abstract: Fall armyworm, Spodoptera frugiperda (JE Smith) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae), is a pest of grain and vegetable crops endemic to the Western Hemisphere that has recently become widespread in sub-Saharan Africa and has appeared in India. An important tool for monitoring S. frugiperda in the USA is pheromone trapping, which would be of value for use with African populations. Field experiments were conducted in Togo (West Africa) to compare capture of male fall armyworm using three commercially available pheromone lu…

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