[Taxacom] Estimation of parasitoids biodiversity

Robert Louis Zuparko rz at berkeley.edu
Wed Sep 27 10:00:50 CDT 2017

Just make sure your malaise traps have a fine mesh. The standard malaise
traps sold from BioQuip (possibly the largest entomological supplier in the
USA) has a large mesh that fails to catch a lot of the micros.

Robert Zuparko
Essig Museum of Entomology
1101 Valley Life Sciences Building, #4780
University of California
Berkeley, CA 94720-3112
(510) 643-0804

On Tue, Sep 26, 2017 at 11:22 PM, Braet Yves <ybraet_kin at yahoo.fr> wrote:

>  Dear All,
> I am searching some suggestions, or papers/references, about the best (and
> as low cost as possible) design of a biodiversity survey of parasitoids
> using Malaise trap, sweeping and human local ressources?Number of traps,
> time to run, localization of traps, ...This could be put in place in a
> landscape somewhere in West Africa far from big cities or main roads.
> Thank you for your help.Yves
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