SWD Trap Data Introduction

Why is the ipmPIPE mapping relative abundance levels?

There are numerous local SWD trapping and mapping systems that are used for local IPM needs. We are beginning this mapping system to be able to compare SWD activity and phenology trends across time and space, that can provide insights at the regional and national levels that cannot be visualized at only the local level. To help make cross-trapping data comparable, we are categorizing fly counts into broad classes that help to simplify comparisons over host crop, trap methods, time, and space.

Using the maps:

Click on the pull-down menus to select the Host(s), Year, and Season to display in the map.

Click on a county with SWD counts showing to see how the numbers have changed during the season selected for the map. Who do we contact to add our trap data to the SWD Relative Abundance Mapping system?

To add your monitoring data to the mapping system shown here, contact Amy Dreves, amy.dreves@oregonstate.edu.