Florida Entomologist (1995) 78, 549-553

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Ronald H. Cherry and Jose Alvarez (1995)
Effect of time of bait exposure on number of wireworms (Coleoptera: Elateridae) found at baits
Florida Entomologist 78 (3), 549-553
Abstract: Our data show that the duration of exposure of rolled oats baits is important in determining the numbers of wireworms found at baits under field conditions. Wireworms of both Conoderus sp. and M. communis were found in increasing numbers from 0 to 21 days and then declined in number at 28 days.
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Melanotus communis U.S.A. (SE)