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Vector Drosophila Fruit Fly Traps 960

$19.95
Weight:
1.00 LBS
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Product Description

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The 960 Vector fruit fly trap is a low profile, ready -to-use trap designed to capture Drosophila. 

General Information

  • Newest low profile, ready to use trap designed to capture drosophila.
  • This versatile trap has a patented food grade attractant that readily attracts several species of Drosophila including melangoaster, repleta and hydei.
  • Trap capture is further enhanced by the orange-colored plastic with a specially selected chemical composition used for the trap base and lid.
  • The Vector Fruit Fly Trap is engineered with 10-hole venting lid to optimize Drosophila exposure to the vapors emitted from the liquid attractant.
  • The lid is removable for easy monitoring and identification of catch.

This versatile trap has a patented food grade attractant developed in cooperation with Dr. Tom Baker from Iowa State University that quickly lures Drosophila (melanogaster, repleta, hydei and other species) to the trap. The 960 Vector fruit fly trap is engineered with a 10-hole venting lid to optimize Drosophila exposure to the vapors emitted from the liquid attractant. The trap lid is removable for easy monitoring and identification of catch. There are outer and inner spill resistant rings to reduce accidental loss of the liquid attractant. The trap’s efficacy has been enhanced by using orange­ colored plastic with a specially selected chemical composition. These features have been shown to significantly improve trap catch.

To use, simply tear off the foil seal and attach the 10-hole venting lid onto the base of the trap and it is ready for placement. After 30-days, record the catch and dispose of the trap in a garbage receptacle.

Common Use Areas: Behind or under bars, beverage centers, dishwashers, food displays, food service islands, sinks, ovens, supply racks, vending machines, food preparation tables, etc.

 

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