bucket trap

bucket trap

A mechanical, buoyancy-operated steam trap which is designed to prevent steam from passing through the trap; makes use of an inverted or upright cup.
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If you're going to leave you bucket trap unattended, make a number of small holes or slots in the bottom for drainage.
On a small island with limited resources, the costs and availability of bucket trap supplies and the timing of servicing can be major concerns, and in the initial acoustic detection studies conducted in Curacao (Roda et al.
In order to assess the extent of bait-lure synergy associated with Hook RPW, if any, we carried out a second trial consisting of 3 treatments: i) Hook RPW dollop (3 g) in a 5 L 12-window bucket trap as mentioned above without food bait, ii) food bait (200 g dates) in 1 L water laced with 0.
The pitfall traps used provide comparable data to more recently developed above-ground bucket traps, although mortality may be somewhat higher in the former (Leasure et al.
The zoologists will also lay bucket traps and distribute leaflets to villagers offering rewards for a Deathworm specimen, which they believe is a giant worm lizard.
They were not effective at trapping treefrogs or large snakes that rarely entered the funnel traps and easily escaped from the open bucket traps.
In 2013, we placed 20 Pherocon[R] green bucket traps (Trece, Adair, Oklahoma) in pastureland 75, 150, 300, 600, and 1,200 m west of the groves along 4 linear transects spaced 20 m apart on 8 Apr.
For example, plastic bucket traps with green canopies, yellow funnels, and white buckets all baited with pheromone caught more Spodoptera spp.