The BG-GAT is sold in multiples of 12. The following are included:
The BG-GAT (Gravid Aedes Trap) by Biogents attracts gravid female Aedes mosquitoes with water and oviposition cue. The BG-GAT is ideal for surveillance programs of Asian tiger and dengue mosquitoes or for mass trapping in combination with suction traps. The BG-GAT oviposition trap is an affordable, easy to set-up mosquito surveillance tool that does not require a power supply or CO2 bait.
Female mosquitoes are attracted to the BG-GAT by infused water and oviposition cues and enter the transparent chamber through the funnel.
Once in the chamber, mosquitoes try to escape through the translucent part where they are exposed to a sticky surface. The transparent chamber hinders the mosquitoes‘ ability to escape, and the black mesh net provides a barrier between mosquitoes and the infused water as well as retains dead mosquitoes without damaging them.
The BG-GAT is ideal for surveillance programs of Asian tiger and dengue mosquitoes or for mass trapping in combination with suction traps.
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