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Changes in the power (Watts) of the actinic light do not affect its better performance vs the ultraviolet light

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Monitoring systems should be simple, time and cost effective, and collect as much information as possible, regarding the diversity of the communities under study. Most of studies use ultraviolet light traps to survey moths, although is known that the spectral sensitivity of moths has other wavelengths absorption peaks. As wider is the spectrum emitted by the lamps the wider is the fauna attracted and possible to be collected. The wider spectrum of actinic light, once it emits a large part of the ultraviolet wavelength as well as a peak at the blue, attracted more species than the ultraviolet light. In 2018 and 2019 the actinic light captured more species in 75% of the surveyed areas, while in 2020 in all areas. In 2018 and 2019, the power of the actinic light was 15 W and the ultraviolet light only 8 W. The actinic light trap captured, in 295 samples (50%), more species than the UV light trap which had a better performance in 201 samples (34%). In 2020 both light traps have the same power, 8 W, and results were similar, the actinic light collected more species in 123 samples (50%) than the ultraviolet light which in 48 samples (35%) collected more species than the actinic light.
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  • Narew National Park, Kurowo 10, 18-204 Kobylin Borzymy, Poland
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