Quantcast Appendix A Answers to Study Questions

Share on Google+Share on FacebookShare on LinkedInShare on TwitterShare on DiggShare on Stumble Upon
Custom Search
 
  
 


APPENDIX A
ANSWERS TO STUDY QUESTIONS
MODULE TWO INVADING PESTS
PEST MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL
Chapter 1  Houseflies and Their Relatives
Chapter 1  Pest Management and Control
(1) Drosophila or fruit flies often have red eyes,
(1) An unwanted organism (2) B or D
visible veins and cross veins in their wings,
(5) C and E  (6) B
(3) B
(4) C
and are attracted to yeast producing materials
such as over ripe fruit, sour mops, etc.
Using Equipment in Urban Pest
Chapter 2
Phorids have a humped backed appearance,
Management
move in jerks and have wings with four
(2) E
(3) B
(4) B
(5) C
(1) B
indistinctly seen veins.  Phorids infest
(6) D
manure, garbage and other rotting materials
and can infest buried refuse and emerge in
Chapter 3  Laws and Regulations
buildings. Both are small.
(1) C
(2)A
(3) FIFRA, the Federal Insecticide Fungicide
(2) House flies have dark, indistinctly striped
and Rodenticide Act
thoraxes and gray and tan abdomens; flesh
(4) C
flies usually have gray thoraxes with three
distinct stripes, Blow flies are solid metallic
green, bronze, blue or black; cluster flies, in
the same family as blow flies, have yellow
or gray hairs covering the thorax.
MODULE ONE STRUCTURAL PESTS
(3) One group of flies is mosquito or gnat-like
with obvious, even somewhat long antennae.
Their larvae have a head capsule and usually
Chapter 2
Cockroaches
live in water. The rest of the flies, the
(1) C
(2) B
(3) A
(4) A
(5) A
majority of the species, are usually not
(6) B
(7) C
(8) B
mosquito-like but are more robust with very
small antennae. The larvae of this group are
Chapter 3
Ants
often maggot-like.
(1) B
(2) B
(3) B
(4) C
(5) B
(6) A
(4) Cluster fly larvae parasitize earthworms. In
the late warm months of summer, especially
Chapter 4
Stored Product Pests
August, they often enter buildings where
(1) A
(2) B
(3) C
(4) D
they overwinter. On warm winter days these
flies and others,  make nuisances of
Chapter 5
Fabric Pests
themselves by flying around. Cluster flies
(1) B
(2) C
(3) A
(4) D
along with house flies, face flies and flesh
flies are part of the "attic fly" fauna.
Chapter 6
Silverfish and Firebrats
(1) A
(2) C
(3) B
(4) B
(5) Locate the breeding sites.
Find ways they are entering.
Chapter 7
Fleas
Investigate garbage pick up schedules and
(3) A
(4) A
(1) B
(2) A
(5) C
garbage handling procedures.
(6) A
Caulk entry points.
Advocate screening entry points.
Investigate ways to use air curtains, light
traps.
Apply pesticides in cracks and crevices
where flies enter or hide.
Appendix A, Pg 1





 


Privacy Statement - Copyright Information. - Contact Us

Integrated Publishing, Inc.
6230 Stone Rd, Unit Q Port Richey, FL 34668

Phone For Parts Inquiries: (727) 493-0744
Google +