Demos

Setting up the e-funnel trap. The trap is configured to reject the two first large lepidoptera Helicoverpa (Heliothis) armigera (Lepidoptera , Noctuidae ) while detecting and counting the other two small ones (Plodia interpunctella)



[Needs loudspeaker/headphones. Increase the loudness of your audio]. The TreeVibe is attached to a piece of trunk of a mulberry infested with Xylotrechus chinensis (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae - Tiger longicorn beetle), an Asian woodborer. We lead the recording of the trunk’s internal vibrations to the loudspeakers through the line-out jack of the device so that one listens what happens inside the trunk. Listen to the cracking of fibers as the insect eats and digs its channel out. We know that it is the targeted pest as many X. chinensis have emerged from the trunk and have been identified.



[Needs loudspeaker/headphones. Increase the loudness of your audio]. The TreeVibe is attached to a mulberry located in an alley in an urban environment. Listen to the cracking of fibers as the insects eat and dig their channels out.