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Page 135: in the abstract, Cydia strobilella should be Cydia pactolana. Page 136: 3rd paragraph, Kydonieus a n d Beroza should be Inscoe, 1982. Insect attractants pheromones, and related compounds, pp 201-295,
in Kydonieus and Beroza (eds) (see references). Page 137: last paragraph, the following blends should be added: E812:Ac + E8-12:OH (1 : 1), E9-12:Ac + E9-12:OH (I : 1), and Z10-12:Ac + Z10-12:OH (1 : 1). Page 139: in the 8th and 9th line E8-12:Ac should be E7-12:Ac, in the 10th and 14th line E7-12:Ac should be E8-12:Ac. In the 2rid paragraph the sentence . . . Two other Pamrnene species . . . should be replaced by . . . Three other Pammene species, P. obsurana, P. populana, and P. splendidulana were attracted most to Z8-12:Ac + Z8-12:OH (1 : 1) or pure Z8-12:OH. In the bottom line Cydia strobilella should be Cydiapactolana. Page 140: the name Cydia strobilella should be replaced by Pammene splendidulana (Guen6e). Of Eulis ministrana 126 males were captured in 2 traps from 5/25-6/15. Page 141: Petrova resinella was captured with Z9-12:Ac + E9-12:Ac. Page 143: 1st paragraph, the names Cydia strobilella and Cydia pactolana should be replaced by Pammenepopulana and P. splendidulana. In the 3rd paragraph + Z9-12:Ac should be inserted between E9-12:Ac and (9: 1). Page 144: the following reference should be inserted: Bradley, J.D., Tremewan, W.G. and Smith, A. 1973. British Tortricid Moths. Vol. I: Cochilidae and Tortricidae: Torticinae. The Ray Society, London. REFERENCES BOOIJ, C.J.H. and VOERMAN, S. 1984. J.
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