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The Organisation of the Collecting of Cockchafers


, : The Organisation of the Collecting of Cockchafers. Roczn. Ochr. Rosl, Warsaw, 5: 3, 40-59

A programme is outlined for the organized collection of cockchafers in deciduous and mixed forests in Poland. The places where the beetles are likely to appear in numbers and their probable abundance should be determined by special investigations, and the collection should accordingly be carried out by groups of 6-10 men. The best time for collecting is the first 10-14 days after the beginning of the flight period, especially in warm, rainy and calm weather.

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