|Issue № 2||
Methods of ecological investigations
|Ph.D., Petrozavodsk State University, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Forensic Medical Expertise Bureau of the Republic of Karelia, email@example.com|
|Ph.D., Petrozavodsk State University, firstname.lastname@example.org|
Summary: In the article the device for studying necrophilic insects is described . The device consists of a metal cage with a lid, 120х80х60 cm in size, on the sides mesh is 10 cm, on the bottom that is 20 cm. It includes rods for fixing it as well as a pyramidal trap of nylon and plastic bottles to catch flying insects. The trap with a bait is set at the height of 1.5 m by using a pole fixed in the ground. It completely covers the cage and is stretched from four sides. In the upper rounded corner of the trap there is a hole through which the insects fall into a bottle with liquid for fixation. There is also a trap placed in the ground to catch the soil dwelling insects.
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Received on: 08 April 2016
Published on: 27 June 2016
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