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Flight Interception Trap

Manufacturer: Manufactured by NHBS
Flight Interception Trap
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About this product

Flight Interception Traps are the simplest form of passive collection system. They are a black wall of terylene material that is either suspended from a branch, stretched between trees, or supported by poles. They are placed across the flight path and an insect on hitting the net falls to the ground where a water trap or similar collector is located. The net has strong ribbon reinforcing and tie points.

Specification

Length: 1.4m
Width: 1.6m

Includes:
Pegs

Does not include:
Poles, supports, collectors.

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Manufacturer: Manufactured by NHBS
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