Re: [pestlist] "Forest Debris" and Possible Pests

2017-05-10 Thread Paul Storch
This is a message from the Museumpests.net List. To post to this list send it as an email to pestlist@museumpests.net To unsubscribe look at the footer of this email. --- Challenging problem. I have a few questions: - Do you already

RE: [pestlist] "Forest Debris" and Possible Pests

2017-05-10 Thread William Shepherd
This is a message from the Museumpests.net List. To post to this list send it as an email to pestlist@museumpests.net To unsubscribe look at the footer of this email. --- Erika, Ah! My concerns would be about the same as

RE: [pestlist] mouse trap bait

2017-05-10 Thread Pollack, Richard J
This is a message from the Museumpests.net List. To post to this list send it as an email to pestlist@museumpests.net To unsubscribe look at the footer of this email. --- Tootsie rolls are a great choice. We do use peanut butter in some

RE: [pestlist] mouse trap bait

2017-05-10 Thread Dee Stubbs-Lee
This is a message from the Museumpests.net List. To post to this list send it as an email to pestlist@museumpests.net To unsubscribe look at the footer of this email. --- Interesting... may try that. Thanks! Dee From:

RE: [pestlist] mouse trap bait

2017-05-10 Thread Dee Stubbs-Lee
This is a message from the Museumpests.net List. To post to this list send it as an email to pestlist@museumpests.net To unsubscribe look at the footer of this email. --- Interesting idea – I hadn’t considered that one. Thanks, Dee

Re: [pestlist] mouse trap bait

2017-05-10 Thread Voron, Joel
This is a message from the Museumpests.net List. To post to this list send it as an email to pestlist@museumpests.net To unsubscribe look at the footer of this email. --- Tootsie roll slices attached with a hot glue gun. I have

RE: [pestlist] mouse trap bait

2017-05-10 Thread hoffbug
This is a message from the Museumpests.net List. To post to this list send it as an email to pestlist@museumpests.net To unsubscribe look at the footer of this email. --- Sometimes cotton can be effective as a substitute for a

[pestlist] mouse trap bait

2017-05-10 Thread Dee Stubbs-Lee
This is a message from the Museumpests.net List. To post to this list send it as an email to pestlist@museumpests.net To unsubscribe look at the footer of this email. --- Hi everyone, I am looking for suggestions for bait for snap trap

SV: [pestlist] ID query

2017-05-10 Thread Simon Schölch
This is a message from the Museumpests.net List. To post to this list send it as an email to pestlist@museumpests.net To unsubscribe look at the footer of this email. --- Hallo Alan, We often see that thrips work their way inside

RE: [pestlist] ID query

2017-05-10 Thread Pollack, Richard J
This is a message from the Museumpests.net List. To post to this list send it as an email to pestlist@museumpests.net To unsubscribe look at the footer of this email. --- Alan et al., One more thought. Thrips have an odd tendency to

Re: [pestlist] ID query

2017-05-10 Thread Alan P Van Dyke
This is a message from the Museumpests.net List. To post to this list send it as an email to pestlist@museumpests.net To unsubscribe look at the footer of this email. --- Thank you! Predacious or plant eater, at least I know a thrips

Re: [pestlist] ID query

2017-05-10 Thread Louis Sorkin
This is a message from the Museumpests.net List. To post to this list send it as an email to pestlist@museumpests.net To unsubscribe look at the footer of this email. --- Some thrips species are predaceous, too. Note singular and plural

RE: [pestlist] ID query

2017-05-10 Thread Pollack, Richard J
This is a message from the Museumpests.net List. To post to this list send it as an email to pestlist@museumpests.net To unsubscribe look at the footer of this email. --- That’s a thrips. Note, that thrips is the correct singular and