Equipment and supplies discussed in this section can, to some extent, be made from locally-available materials. However, more serious collectors and students are encouraged to order catalogs from specialty product sources. These and other sources are also listed on

Bioquip Products
17803 LaSalle Ave.
Gardena, CA 90248-3602

Tropical Butterflies & Insects of America
6823 Rosemary Dr.
Tampa, Florida
813/963-6643; FAX: 813/960-0273

Great Lakes IPM
10220 Church Rd., NE
Vestaburg, MI 48891
989/268-5693; 979/268-5911: FAX: 989/268-5311

211 Blue Mounds Rd.
P.O. Box 270
Mt. Horeb, WI 53572
800/382-8473; 800/847-4755; FAX: 800/551-1128

Pest Management Supply, Inc.
P.O. Box 938
Amherst, MA 01004
413/253-3747; FAX: 413/549-3930

John W. Hock Company
Insect Sampling Devices
P.O. Box 12852
Gainesville, FL 32604
904/378-3209; FAX: 904/372-183

Combined Scientific Supplies
P.O. Box 1446
Fort Davis, TX 79734
915/426-3851; FAX: 915/426-3328

Epps Biting Fly Traps
Reduce biting flies by 80%…whether they are biting your horses, cows, dogs or kids, they deliver a very painful bite. The Epps kills horse flies, deer flies, and all other biting flies. Studies have shown that the trap kills an average of 1 pound of biting flies each day… WOW! This is the ultimate biting flytrap, and you’ll wonder how you ever managed without it… The trap requires no chemicals, or messy baits, just add soapy water. This trap is environmentally sound… In the past, poisons have been used to control insects. However the use of poisons is not favored due to the deleterious effects on the environment, and the possibility of killing potentially beneficial insects. Please visit our web site to see the actual product and how it works.

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