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  • Flytraps

    Inside this trap is a bait that flies find irresistible. This attractant is comprised of food and feed ingredients, and other food flavorings generally recognized as safe. The attractant dissolves and activates when water is added to the bag. Lured by the scent, flies enter the trap through the yellow top cap and drown in the water.

  • Flytraps for Yellowjacket Flies

    The disposable trap is effective in targeting and trapping all of the major species of yellowjacket found in North America. It’s perfect for picnics and camping trips. The insects simply follow their instincts, enter the trap and drown in the liquid inside.

  • Pinolingren Funnel Traps for Bark Beetles

    Versatile and effective trapping system was developed by Staffan Lindgren at Simon Fraser University and is successful for monitoring or mass trapping of ambrosia and bark beetles in coniferous forests. Traps were designed to use semiochemicals to attract beetles, but they capture other tree pests as well when using various crushed grains as lures.

  • Coffee Borer Beetle Traps

    This trap is used to capture the Hypothenemus hampei. The trap was optimized both design and color. The bait attractants in trap releases alcohols that are produced during ripening of coffee. The alcohol dispenser has  constant attraction for one month.

Bálsamo/Santos Mahogany

 

Myroxylon balsamum

Bimbayan, chicharrón blanco

 

Rehdera trinervis

Areno Blanco

 

Schoepfia vacciniiflora

Cedro macho/Royal Mahogany

 

Carapa guianensis

Comenegro, Tamarindo, Paleto

 

Dialium guianense

Cortez

 

Tabebuia chrysantha

Coyote

 

Platymiscium pleiostachyum

Cuscano

 

Pithecellobium leucospermum

Frijolillo

 

Leucaena salvadorensis

Genízaro, Manisillo, Sáman

 

Pithecellobium saman

Cuscano

 

Pithecellobium leucospermum

Granadillo

 

Dalbergia spp.

Guapinol (Jatoba)/Brazilian Cherry

 

Hymenaea courbaril

Guayabo blanco

 

Terminalia ivorensis

Guayabo de charco

 

Terminalia bucidoides