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Set of 20 sticky cards for the BG-GAT trap with sticky surfaces on both sides.
Once in the chamber of the BG-GAT, the mosquitoes try to escape through the translucent windows where they are captured when they contact the surface of the sticky card.
Biogents is an innovative company on the forefront of mosquito control research with an excellent reputation.
Their products have been proven in Europe for 16 years.
Biogents has decided in 2018 to sell their products to the Americans.
"Testing Biogents, means saying goodbye to mosquitoes!"
The trap provides
- high capture rates – over 300 scientific publications report using Biogents traps to collect tiger and yellow fever mosquitoes
- specificity – traps mainly mosquitoes, not other insects such as butterflies, moths and beetles
natural compounds – uses only compounds that are also found on human skin
If the traps are correctly positioned and run continuously throughout the season, they will effectively decrease the mosquito population, and you can enjoy your patio again.
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What's the difference between BG-Mosquitaire and BG-Sentinel?
There is no difference concerning the catching rate, but only in the construction. They use the same patented technology and the same electrical components. The BG-Sentinel is our original trap that is designed for scientists and researchers to monitor mosquito populations. It is made out of a light and easily transportable material. The BG-Mosquitaire is designed for Home & Office backyard, patio & terrace.
What's the difference between BG-Mosquitaire and BG-Mosquitaire CO2?
The BG-Mosquitaire (without CO2) only catch tiger mosquitoes (Aedes albopictus, Aedes aegypti). The CO2 versions attract all kinds of species (e.g., Culex). The CO2 version provide a higher catching rate regarding tiger mosquitoes too.
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