Select Coleoptera of the Ravenna Training and Logistics Site, Ohio, 1999
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Citation:The Ohio Journal of Science, v104, n2 (April, 2004), 8-19.
This is the first report of a three-year survey of the Coleoptera at the Ravenna Training and Logistics Site (RTLS) near Ravenna, OH. The goal of this study was to conduct a survey of the beetles at the RTLS in order to establish a benchmark of the species found at this site. This is the first study of its kind at the Training and Logistics Site. More than 11,000 specimens were collected during the activity period, April – November 1999. A total of 282 different species in 51 families were collected and identified. Collection methods included flight intercept traps, Lindgren® funnel traps, aerial traps, pit fall traps, aggregation pheromone traps, Japanese beetle traps, aquatic traps, beating sheets, UV light traps, hand collection, Berlese® funnels, and sweep nets. Several new state and regional records have been established.
Author Institution: Dept of Entomology, OARDC, The Ohio State University, Wooster, OH
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