More about Food moth
Moths belong to the largest insect order of butterflies (Lepidoptera = ‘scaled wings’), of which there are around 150,000 species worldwide. It’s common for all butterflies to go through desquamation (in…
Type of insect
Odourless glue trap with sexual attractant (pheromone) for the capture of Indian Meal Moths. These moths occur in nuts, cereals, biscuits, chocolate, tea, flour, rice, pet food, wild bird food and other dry foodstuffs.
A sexual attractant (pheromone) incorporated in the glue, attracts male moths to the glue surface where they are firmly caught. Thus the reproduction cycle is interrupted and the risk of any new infestation is reduced. The Aeroxon Food Moth Trap is easy-to-use and odourless.
Z,E-Tetradeca-9,12-dienylacetat 0.286 g/kg