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Selective insect trapping system










Image Number 3 for United States Patent #7632167.

A selective insect trapping system including a trap entry portion having a groove formed therein, the groove sized for receiving a small hive beetle, the groove having angled side walls which broaden towards a base of the groove for hindering the small hive beetle from climbing out of the groove, the groove having a depth which prevents the small hive beetle from being able to fly out of the groove. The system further includes a receptacle configured for being connected to the trap entry portion, the receptacle being further configured for receiving and containing the small hive beetle. The trap entry portion has a passageway formed therein for allowing passage of the small hive beetle from the groove of the trap entry portion into the receptacle.








 
 
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