Long Range Movement of Noctuid Moths into the CornbeltEntry ID: USDA0288
Abstract: "Long Range Movement of Noctuid Moths into the Cornbelt"
contains data that describe the behaviors of noctuid moths and a
means by which a detection system to eventually prevent corn
damage may be established.
Collection Organization: MSU, Texas A&M, USDA, University of
Missouri, Louisiana State University, University of Illinois,
University of Wisconsin, and many more.
Collection Methodology: ... Field experience, trapping, and
Collection Frequency: Biological/Meterological data collected
from April to October, annually, until 1992. In 1993, just
meterological data collected.
Update Characteristics: It is not updated in its entirety. New
data are just added into the data bank.
Fifteen to sixteen 5.25 inch disks.
Data Center: Agricultural Research Service
Dissemination Media: Floppy disks, hard drives, magnetic
File Format: ASCII
Access Instructions: Online access is available for the years
that are published. For meterological data, contact S.E. Taylor
in the Department of Agricultural Meterology at Iowa State. For
biological data, contact the data center.
Access Restrictions: None
Availability Status: On Request
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Start Date: 1983-01-01Stop Date: 1992-12-31
Quality Scientific procedures used, statistical significance,
consistency in experimentation methods and data collection.
Role: TECHNICAL CONTACT
Phone: 1-515-294-9343 (Secretary)
Email: rlhellmi at iastate.edu
USDA Agricultural Research Service Genetics Lab c/o Insectary Iowa State University
Province or State: IA
Postal Code: 5001
Many, including Economic Entomology, Environmental Entomology,
Journal of Ecology, Journal of Kansas Entomological Society.
Creation and Review Dates
DIF Creation Date: 2005-09-07
Last DIF Revision Date: 2007-02-23