JPH07242505A - Attractant for anomala octies - Google Patents

Attractant for anomala octies

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JPH07242505A
JPH07242505A JP5979994A JP5979994A JPH07242505A JP H07242505 A JPH07242505 A JP H07242505A JP 5979994 A JP5979994 A JP 5979994A JP 5979994 A JP5979994 A JP 5979994A JP H07242505 A JPH07242505 A JP H07242505A
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Suaresu Rearu Barutaa
Mikio Ono
スアレス レアル バルター
幹夫 小野
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Fuji Fureebaa Kk
Norin Suisansyo Sanshi Konchiyuu Nogyo Gijutsu Kenkyusho
富士フレーバー株式会社
農林水産省 蚕糸・昆虫農業技術研究所長
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(57) [Summary] [Structure] Among anethole, geraniol, and phenethylpropionate, the mixture contains one or more kinds, the flower extract of dandelion, and the like. contains. [Effects] It has a sufficient attracting effect on the Japanese red fox, and in particular, those containing a sex attractant component are more effective than the case of using the sex pheromone of the Japanese honeywort alone.
It will be possible to develop effective developmental surveillance methods and methods for capturing large numbers of adults.

Description

Detailed Description of the Invention

[0001]

[Industrial applications]

[0002] The present invention is based on the genus Anomala occiae belonging to the family Scarabaeidae.
cotata) attractant.

[0003]

[Prior Art and Problems to be Solved by the Invention]

The larvae of the scarab beetle, Scarabaeidae, has recently caused a large outbreak in southern Japan and the Kanto region, especially in Chiba and Ibaraki prefectures, and has caused serious damage to turfgrass and the like on golf courses.

[0005] It is very difficult to prevent or control the damage caused by the Japanese red velvet, depending on the conventional insecticide.

Generally, in order to effectively control pests, an attractant is added to a predictive means for accurately knowing the occurrence thereof or a new type of control means different from the conventional control means using insecticides. Is being used,

Conventionally, as an attractant for scarab beetles, LIME (L-isoleucine methyl este), which is the main component of the sex pheromone of Holotrichia parallera, has been used.
r) is known.

However, the attractant by LIME is
It could not be said that it had a sufficient attracting effect on the Japanese flounder.

[0009] Therefore, there has been a demand for an attractant having a sufficient attracting effect on the Japanese pearl hemlock beetle.

[0010] The chemical structure of the sex pheromone of Pleurotus cornucopia has already been confirmed by Real et al.
(-)-(Oct-1-enyl) oxacyclopentan-2-one and (R, Z) -5-(-)-(dec-
It has been clarified that it is 1-enyl) oxacyclopentan-2-one (Annual Meeting of the Inte
rnational Society of Chemical Ecology, Clearwater
July 31- Aug. 4, 93).

[0012] However, it is desired to develop a more effective method for investigating an effective developmental surveillance of H. albicans and a method for catching a large number of adults, as compared with the case where the sex pheromone of A. albicans is used alone. It was rare.

[0012] Therefore, there has been a demand for an attractant having a stronger attracting effect than the case where the sex pheromone is used alone, against the green leaf beetle.

[0013]

[Means for Solving the Problems]

Under the circumstances described above, the present inventors have
We conducted an earnest research to find an effective attractant against the Japanese red velvet.

[0015] In addition, a fluffy dragonfly, especially a dandelion (DANDELION, Taraxacum officina)
Focusing on swarming around (le), the 7 kinds of compounds of the dandelion flower extract or the main components thereof have a strong attracting effect not only on female adults but also on adult males of Hirata blue-spotted chafer. The inventors have found that they exhibit a behavioral stimulatory action, and further exhibit a strong synergistic effect by using these substances in combination with a sex pheromone, and completed the present invention.

Among the substances that are commonly used as attractants for scarabs, anethole,
Geraniol and phenethylpropionate show strong attracting action and behavioral stimulating action not only on female adults but also on male adults of Hirata blue-spotted chafer, and by using these substances together with sex pheromone, a strong synergistic effect. The present invention has been completed and the present invention has been completed.

That is, the means for solving the problems of the present invention are as follows.

[0018] First, an attractant for Astragalus sinensis, which contains one kind or a mixture of two or more kinds of anethole, geraniol, and phenethylpropionate.

Secondly, an attractant for green velvet beetle containing an extract of flower of dandelion.

Thirdly, cis-3-hexenyl acetate, benzaldehyde, phenylacetaldehyde,
An attractant for Amaranthus platyphyllum containing one kind or a mixture of two or more kinds of benzyl alcohol, phenethyl alcohol, phenylacetonitrile and benzyl benzoate.

Fourthly, an attractant for Aedes albopictus, which contains a mixture of one or more of anethole, geraniol, and phenethylpropionate, and a sex attractant component of Aedes albopictus.

Fifthly, an attractant for Japanese red velvet, which contains an extract of a flower of dandelion and a sex attractant component of Japanese red velvet.

Sixth, anethole, geraniol, phenethylpropionate, (R, Z) -5-(-)-(oct-1-enyl) oxacyclopentan-2-one.
[(R, Z) -5-(-)-(oct-1-enyl)
oxacyclopentan-2-one], (R,
Z) -5-(-)-(Dec-1-enyl) oxacyclopentan-2-one [(R, Z) -5-(-)-(d
ec-1-enyl) oxacyclopentan-
2-one] is contained therein.

Seventh, cis-3-hexenyl acetate, benzaldehyde, phenylacetaldehyde,
Benzyl alcohol, phenethyl alcohol, phenylacetonitrile, benzyl benzoate, (R, Z)
Contains -5-(-)-(oct-1-enyl) oxacyclopentan-2-one, (R, Z) -5-(-)-(dec-1-enyl) oxacyclopentan-2-one It is an attractant for Aedes aegypti.

The means other than the above for solving the problems of the present invention are as follows.

Anethole, geraniol and phenethylpropionate were added to 8.5-9.5: 0.1-1.0:
An attractant for Hiratsago Shirokane, which contains a mixture mixed at a ratio of 0.1 to 1.0.

[0027] An attractant for Japanese red beetle containing a mixture of anethole, geraniol, and phenethylpropionate in a ratio of 9.0: 0.5: 0.5.

[0028] An attractant for the red velvet beetle, which contains the main component of the dandelion flower.

Cis-3-hexenyl acetate, benzaldehyde, phenylacetaldehyde, benzyl alcohol, phenethyl alcohol, phenylacetonitrile and benzyl benzoate are added in an amount of 3-5: 7-9: 1.
An attractant for the green foxglove, which contains a mixture mixed in a ratio of 3 to 15: 2 to 4: 4 to 6:18 to 20:10 to 12.

Cis-3-hexenyl acetate, benzaldehyde, phenylacetaldehyde, benzyl alcohol, phenethyl alcohol, phenylacetonitrile and benzyl benzoate were added at 4: 8: 14: 3:
Attractant for green velvet beetle containing a mixture mixed at a ratio of 5:19:11.

[0031] An attractant for the Japanese red velvet, which contains the main component of the flower of the dandelion and the sex attractant of the Japanese red velvet.

Anethole, geraniol and phenethyl propionate were added to 8.5-9.5: 0.1-1.0:
Ratio of 0.1 to 1.0, preferably 9.0: 0.5:
The mixture mixed at a ratio of 0.5 and (R, Z) -5-
(−)-(Oct-1-enyl) oxacyclopentan-2-one, (R, Z) -5-(−)-(dec-1-
Enyl) oxacyclopentan-2-one, 7-9:
An attractant for Japanese red velvet, which contains a mixture of 1 to 3 and preferably 8: 2.

Cis-3-hexenyl acetate, benzaldehyde, phenylacetaldehyde, benzyl alcohol, phenethyl alcohol, phenylacetonitrile and benzyl benzoate are used in an amount of 3-5: 7-9: 1.
The ratio of 3 to 15: 2 to 4: 4 to 6:18 to 20:10 to 12, preferably 4: 8: 14: 3: 5: 19: 11.
Of the mixture of (R, Z) -5-(-)-
(Oct-1-enyl) oxacyclopentan-2-one, (R, Z) -5-(−)-(dec-1-enyl)
An attractant for Japanese red beetle containing Oxacyclopentan-2-one in a ratio of 7 to 9: 1 to 3, preferably 8: 2.

The attractant according to the present invention is one or a mixture of two or more of the active ingredient substances anethole, geraniol and phenethylpropionate, or a dandelion flower extract or one of its main components or It is possible to use a mixture of two or more kinds and use the formulation technique which is usually applied in the preparation of the sex attractant.

For example, a mixture of anethole, geraniol and phenethylpropionate as it is or dissolved in an organic solvent such as dichloromethane to give a solution, and the solution is adsorbed on a suitable carrier such as plastic or rubber such as polyethylene or rubber. It is possible to make the attractant in a practical form by using a plastic capsule or an appropriate material or device according to the capillarity.

By using the attractant according to the present invention, it has become possible to effectively control the Japanese red fox, which is conventionally difficult only by using an ordinary insecticide, and in particular, those containing a sex attractant are The attractive effect becomes stronger.

Among the attractants according to the present invention, the main components of flowers of dandelion are identified, and a mixture of chemical substances in the same proportions as the main components and a mixture of anethole, geraniol and phenethylpropionate are described below. The confirmation test of the attracting activity will be described in detail.

[0038]

[Example 1]

(1) Identification of component substances

The identification of the component substances was carried out by the method of analyzing the n-hexane extract of the flower of the dandelion with GC-MS.

An n-hexane extract of flowers of dandelion officinalis collected at a golf course in Ibaraki prefecture was injected into a gas chromatograph direct coupling mass spectrometer (GC-MS analysis). As a result, cis-3-hexenyl acetate (4) and benzaldehyde were extracted. (8), phenylacetaldehyde (14), benzyl alcohol (3), phenethyl alcohol (5),
Phenyl acetonitril (19) and benzyl benzoate (11) were identified as the major components in numerical ratios in parentheses.

(2) Synthesis of attractant with dandelion

The attractant 1 according to the present invention was prepared by synthesizing a compound of a chemical substance compounded in the same ratio as the main component of the flower of dandelion identified by GC-MS analysis.
(According to a synthetic kairomone of dandelion).

[0044]

Example 2

By mixing anethole, geraniol and phenethylpropionate in the ratio of 9.0: 0.5: 0.5, the attractant 2 according to the present invention (by food type lure) was obtained.

[0046]

Example 3

(R, Z) -5-(-)-(oct-1-
(Enyl) oxacyclopentan-2-one, (R, Z)
By mixing -5-(-)-(dec-1-enyl) oxacyclopentan-2-one in a ratio of 8: 2,
The content of the sex attractant component of Japanese red velvet was synthesized.

4: 8: 14: 3: 5 of the sexually attractant-containing substance of the Japanese red velvet, cis-3-hexenyl acetate, benzaldehyde, phenylacetaldehyde, benzyl alcohol, phenethyl alcohol, phenylacetonitrile and benzyl benzoate. :
The attractant 3 according to the present invention (a combination of the sex pheromone and the synthetic kairomone) was obtained by mixing with the mixture mixed in the ratio of 19:11.

[0049]

Example 4

(R, Z) -5-(-)-(oct-1-
(Enyl) oxacyclopentan-2-one, (R, Z)
By mixing -5-(-)-(dec-1-enyl) oxacyclopentan-2-one in a ratio of 8: 2,
The content of the sex attractant component of Japanese red velvet was synthesized.

By mixing the sexually attracting ingredient-containing component of the Japanese red velvet, anethole, geraniol, and phenethylpropionate in a mixture of 9.0: 0.5: 0.5, the mixture is prepared. An attractant 4 according to the invention (a combination of a sex pheromone and a food type lure) was obtained.

[0052]

[Test Example 1]

As the inventive zone 1, the attractant 1 obtained in Example 1 was impregnated into a pellet made of ethylene-vinyl acetate copolymer or a device made of ES fiber and polyethylene film, and the tobacco was manufactured by Japan Tobacco Inc. It was set in a company-made funnel-type insect repellent device.

Then, 10 of the funnel-type insect traps were actually used at the Edosaki Country Club in Ibaraki Prefecture from May 3 to 9
The insect trap test was conducted by setting up for 7 days (1993) until the day, and the average number of insect traps per day (male and female adult) per trap was calculated from the total number of green leaf beetles caught during this period.
I asked.

The average number of trapped insects was determined in the same manner as in Group 1 of the present invention except that the attractant 2 obtained in Example 2 was used as Group 2 of the present invention.

As a control group 1, the giant brown beetle (Holotrichia pa), which is said to attract various kinds of chafers
The main component of the sex pheromone of rallera) is LIME (Li
Soleucine methyl ester) (Leal et al., 1993) was used, and the average number of trapped insects was determined in the same manner as in Section 1 of the present invention.

The results of the test are shown below.

Group 1 of the present invention was 100 animals.

The present invention group 2 had 130 animals.

The control group 1 was 16 animals.

From the above results, it can be seen that attractant 1 (by synthetic kairomone) and attractant 2 (by food type lure) are superior in attracting effect to LIME which attracts various kinds of scarab beetles.

[0062]

[Test Example 2]

As the inventive zone 3, the attractant 3 obtained in Example 3 was impregnated into pellets composed of ethylene-vinyl acetate copolymer or a device composed of ES fiber and polyethylene film, and manufactured by Japan Tobacco Inc. It was set on a funnel-type insect repellent device manufactured by K.K.

Then, 10 of the funnel-type insect traps were actually used at the Edosaki Country Club in Ibaraki Prefecture from May 3rd to 9th.
The insect trap test was conducted by setting up for 7 days (1993) until the day, and the average number of insect traps per day (male and female adult) per trap was calculated from the total number of green leaf beetles caught during this period.
I asked.

As control group 2, (R, Z) -5-(-)
-(Oct-1-enyl) oxacyclopentane-2-
On, using (R, Z) -5-(-)-(dec-1-enyl) oxacyclopentan-2-one mixed at a ratio of 8: 2 with a sex attractant component of Pleurotus cornucopiae The average number of trapped insects was calculated in the same manner as in Section 3 of the present invention.

The results of the test are shown below.

The present invention group 3 had 277 animals.

Control group 2 was 107 animals.

From the above results, the attractant 3 (combination of the sex pheromone and the synthetic kairomone) has an excellent attracting effect as compared with the case where the sex pheromone of the Japanese red velvet is used alone. A synergistic effect was confirmed for the pheromone.

[0070]

[Test Example 3]

As the inventive zone 4, a product obtained by impregnating the attractant 3 obtained in Example 3 into a pellet made of ethylene-vinyl acetate copolymer or a device made of ES fiber and polyethylene film was used. It was set in a company-made funnel-type insect repellent device.

Then, 10 of the funnel-type insect traps were actually installed at a golf course in Chiba prefecture for 7 days from May 3 to 9 (1993), and an insect trap test was conducted. The total number of adult larvae of Rana densiflora divided into males and females, and the average number of insects captured by one trap per day (male and female)
I asked.

The average number of trapped insects was determined in the same manner as in Group 4 of the present invention except that the attractant 1 obtained in Example 1 was used as Group 5 of the present invention.

The results of the test are shown below.

In Group 4 of the present invention, there were 72 males and 6 females.

In the present invention group 5, there were 2 males and 4 females.

From the above results, it can be confirmed that the attractant 3 (combination of sex pheromone and synthetic kairomone) has an attracting effect particularly on males.

[0078]

[Test Example 4]

As the inventive zone 6, the attractant 4 obtained in Example 4 was impregnated into a pellet composed of ethylene-vinyl acetate copolymer or a device composed of ES fiber and a polyethylene film. It was set in a company-made funnel-type insect repellent device.

Then, 10 of the funnel-type insect traps were actually installed at a golf course in Chiba prefecture for 7 days from May 3 to 9 (1993), and an insect trap test was conducted. The total number of adult larvae of Rana densiflora divided into males and females, and the average number of insects captured by one trap per day (male and female)
I asked.

As control group 3, (R, Z) -5-(-)
-(Oct-1-enyl) oxacyclopentane-2-
On, using (R, Z) -5-(-)-(dec-1-enyl) oxacyclopentan-2-one mixed at a ratio of 8: 2 with a sex attractant component of Pleurotus cornucopiae The average number of trapped insects was determined in the same manner as in Section 6 of the present invention.

The results of the test are shown below.

In Group 6 of the present invention, there were 97 males and 8 females.

Control group 3 had 95 males and 2 females.

From the above results, the attractant 4 (combined sex pheromone and food type lure) was
It can be confirmed that it has a strong attracting effect on females.

[0086]

【The invention's effect】

The attractant of the present invention has a sufficient attracting effect on the Japanese red velvet beetle.

The attractant of the present invention containing the sex attractant component of Astragalus chinensis has a stronger attracting effect than the case where the sex pheromone is used alone.

In particular, the attractant in which the sex pheromone and the food type lure are combined has a particularly strong attracting effect on the females of the Japanese red velvet beetle.

In addition, the attractant in which the sex pheromone and the synthetic kairomone are combined has a particularly strong attracting effect on the males of the Japanese flounder.

Therefore, by using the attractant of the present invention,
This makes it possible to develop an effective developmental surveillance method and a method for catching a large number of adult worms, compared with the case where the sex pheromone of the Japanese red velvet beetle is used alone.

Continuation of front page (51) Int.Cl. 6 Identification number Office reference number FI technical display location A01N 37/10 37/34 107 9155-4H 43/08 H 65/00 A

Claims (7)

[Claims]
1. An attractant for Aedes aegypti, containing one kind or a mixture of two or more kinds of anethole, geraniol, and phenethylpropionate.
2. An attractant for Hiragana blue-spotted beetle containing an extract of a flower of dandelion.
3. An attractant for Hirata blue-spotted beetle containing one or a mixture of cis-3-hexenyl acetate, benzaldehyde, phenylacetaldehyde, benzyl alcohol, phenethyl alcohol, phenylacetonitrile and benzyl benzoate. .
4. One or a mixture of two or more of anethole, geraniol, and phenethylpropionate,
An attractant for Amaranthus platyphyllum, which contains a sex attractant component for Amaranthus cornucopiae.
5. An attractant for Japanese red velvet, which contains a dandelion flower extract and a sex attractant component of Japanese red velvet.
6. Anethole, geraniol, phenethylpropionate, (R, Z) -5-(−)-(oct-
1-enyl) oxacyclopentan-2-one, (R,
Z) -5-(-)-(Dec-1-enyl) oxacyclopentan-2-one.
7. Cis-3-hexenyl acetate, benzaldehyde, phenylacetaldehyde, benzyl alcohol, phenethyl alcohol, phenylacetonitrile, benzyl benzoate, (R, Z) -5-.
(−)-(Oct-1-enyl) oxacyclopentan-2-one, (R, Z) -5-(−)-(dec-1-
Containing (enyl) oxacyclopentan-2-one,
An attractant to Japanese red foxtail.
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