Sunday, 17 November 2002: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM

Room 316 (Convention Center, Third Floor)

Recent Progress In Haematophagus Arthropod Response To Host Cues

Moderator(s): Daniel L. Kline
Jerry Butler
8:00 AM0021Horse fly response to attractant trap systems
Russell Wright
8:20 AM0022Recent developments of traps and targets for stable flies and tabanids
Lane Foil
8:40 AM0023The role of sound as an attractant for stable flies
Jerome A. Hogsette
9:00 AM0024Cat flea response to attractant trap systems
Alberto B. Broce, Michael W. Dryden
9:20 AM0025Semiochemicals:Potential tools for tick control
Sandra A. Allan
9:40 AM0026Host-seeking and phagostimulatory cues utilized In greenhouse-based evaluation studies for Chagas disease control efforts
Ellen Dotson, C. Ben Beard
10:00 AMBreak
10:20 AM0027Utilization of semiochemicals for detection, surveillance and management of Culicoides spp. biting midges
Daniel L. Kline
10:40 AM0028Identification of oviposition attractants from grass infusions that attract Aedes aegypti
Alvaro Eiras
11:00 AM0029Utilization of a perimeter barrier of attractant baited traps/targets for mosquito and biting midge control
Pieter Van Essen
11:20 AM0030Chemicals from human skin that attract and inhibit the attraction of mosquitoes
Ulrich Bernier
11:40 AMDiscussion

The 2002 ESA Annual Meeting and Exhibition