volume 167, issue 9, P794-802 2019
DOI: 10.1111/eea.12832
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Teodora B. Toshova, Miklós Tóth, Dimitar I. Velchev, Massimo Meregalli, Fabio Talamelli, Vasiliy D. Abaev, Zoltán Imrei, Zsófia Lohonyai, Mitko Subchev

Abstract: Abstract As a result of field tests in Bulgaria and Hungary, cis‐2‐isopropenyl‐l‐methylcyclobutane ethanol (racemic grandisol) is reported for the first time as an attractant for Bothynoderes affinis (Schrank) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae, Lixinae), a member of the pest weevil complex of sugar beet. Dose–response experiments in the field using Csalomon TAL (modified pitfall) traps (Plant Protection Institute, CAR HAS, Budapest, Hungary) showed that catches of B. affinis adults increased with increasing attracta…

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