13Construction of a sweeping net: A, Steet wire loop; B, pattern for cutting net bag;C, top of net sewed to canvas band that is fitted over wire loop; D, end of net handle showinggrooves and holes into which arms of wire loop fit; E, completed net with wooden handle.
14Killing jars; A, for use with liquid killing agent; B, for use with solid killing agent.
24Baits,Lures, and other attractants Manitoba Trap
25Lepidoptera temporarily in paper and in glassine envelope
26Mounting SpecimensCommonly used specimen mounting tools include a pinning block,forceps, pins, points, glue, and scissors
27Diagram showing proper pin placement for mounting various types of insects A & B) grasshopper, C)true bug, D) bee, E) beetle, F) butterfly, G) moth
28Proper specimen placement on the pin. A) Correct height and postion.B) Specimen too low on pin.C) Specimen improperly tilted on pin.Mosquito pinned with minuten to block of cork on pin.B) Correct positioning of point and labels on pin. C) Attachment of card point to right side of specimen.
29Cross-section of a typical spreading board A typical spreading board for Lepidoptera
30Typical materials used in slide making Slide-mounted specimens. The bottom specimen is mountedin Hoyer's medium and has been ringed to prevent dessication.