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attractant

(ə-trăk′tənt)
n.
A substance, such as a pheromone, that attracts insects or other animals.

attractant

a material used to attract animals for capture purposes.
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In 1985, Mann's Bait Company wanted to improve the popular Jelly Worm by adding attractants.
As part of an ongoing assessment of orchid bee diversity within the park, we did a study comparing the species composition of orchid bees attracted to 4 commonly used chemical attractants.
Scent Web maintains its attractant products are 300 percent more potent than other scents, and effectively last up to five times longer in the field.
Common attractants for houseflies are wet areas, compacted or rotting hay (especially if wet), manure and household garbage.
Through its subsidiaries Tink's and Dead Down Wind, Arcus manufactures and markets a range of leading deer lures, attractants, and scent control products.
The new traps had attractants used to draw in mosquito species that carry dengue fever, a viral infection that has flu-like symptoms and can lead to severe complications and even death.
Some very successful hunters, like my son, won't use any attractants at all.
Implement an innovative, patented, environment friendly and low-cost food attractant (Biodelear) for the control of med fly on a full scale.
99) line of spray lure attractants you will be able to draw game in from longer distances than ever before.
Commercial traps now used are typically dome-shaped devices baited with pheromones or other attractants that lure the beetles into pits or onto glue strips.
Property owners in bear country can reduce the risk of home entries by: maintaining a clean home and yard; minimizing attractants on porches; and by closing windows when not at home.