Silver Y moth - Autographa gamma
Effective: March 11, 2014
Lepidoptera : Noctuidae
Pest Code (NAPIS):
This pest is a member of the following lists:
This datasheet represents an Approved Method for:
2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
Major Hosts identified in the CAPS Host Matrix*:
Corn; Pepper; Potato; Soybean; Sugarbeet; Tobacco; Tomato
*This list includes important economic or environmental hosts but does not represent all major hosts of the pest. Check CPHST pest datasheet for complete list of hosts.
Human and Animal Pathogens Transmitted:
Not known to transmit any human or animal pathogens.
Plant Pathogens and Organisms Vectored:
Not known to vector any pathogens or other associated organisms.
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|| NAPIS Survey Method
18 - Plastic Bucket Trap
|3001 - General Trapping Procedure
When trapping for more than one species of moth, separate traps for different moth species by at least 20 meters (65 feet).
4/23/18: Mesh screens are now available for purchase through IPHIS survey supply. Product name: Plastic Bucket Traps, Mesh Screen.
October 15, 2014: The Plastic Bucket Trap Protocol (Brambila et al., 2014) has been revised. Please use the 2014 version, which is available in the References section below.
This trap is also known as the unitrap. The trap has a green canopy, yellow funnel, and white bucket and is used with a dry kill strip. For instructions on using the trap, see Brambila et al. (2014).
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|| Autographa gamma Lure
|| rubber septum
|| 28 days
Do not include lures for other target species in the trap when trapping for this target.