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light trap

n
(General Engineering) any mechanical arrangement that allows some form of movement to take place while excluding light, such as a light-proof door or the lips of a film cassette
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I harnessed four horses to a light trap, took Charmian along, and drove for three months and a half over the wildest mountain parts of California and Oregon.
Tenders are invited for Invitation for eoi for the bidder to solicit interest for supply of electric light traps
And in yet another study, where light traps were baited with carbon dioxide, researchers were able to establish that one of the three mosquitoes that spread malaria - the anopheles gambiae mosquito - bites their hosts at night.
Spaced along with the light traps are recording devices, set along the reef months ago by the team.
According to Moya, the bugs can also be controlled by light traps, which can be put in the middle of rice fields.
3 series features advanced lens coating, painted lens rims, and light traps within the barrel to eliminate undesirable veiling glare and flares.
Developers of light traps can use this type of information to tailor new devices to the optical peaks of the desired insect (Duehl et al.
It is captured 3419 individuals with yellow adhesive traps, 2464 adults with light traps and 2243 adults with water plates.
The flight time was observed from October 30th to November 2nd 2014, and we used two light traps to assess the flight behavior of L.
BSFB monitoring with light traps is practical, economical and convenient as compared to conventional pest scouting techniques for this pest.
Farmers can also instal light traps from Apr to June to kill the pests before they move to the cotton field.
Presence of around 8-10 worms on light traps indicate their economic threshold level (ETL) necessitating effective steps to control them.