Field Distance Effects of Fipronil and Chlorfenapyr as Soil Termiticides Against the Desert Subterranean Termite, Heterotermes aureus

Appeared March 2020
Published in Sociobiology

In “Field Distance Effects of Fipronil and Chlorfenapyr as Soil Termiticides Against the Desert Subterranean Termite, Heterotermes aureus” past Dragonfly Visiting Assistant Professor Javier Miguelena and his colleague, Paul Baker, shares results from a study that examined the ability of two insecticides to change the activity of termites at a distance from where they were applied.

The diagram at right is Figure 1 from the termite study, which shows experimental grids indicating the location of termite stations, grid sections, and the treatment perimeter.

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