Report 
  Title  
  A SENSOR FOR DETECTING FORAGING ACTIVITY OF THE SUBTERRANEAN TERMITE, COPTOTERMES HAVILANDI HOLMGREN (ISOPTERA: RHINOTERMITIDAE)
  Key Words  
  Termite monitoring, population control, colony elimination, termite detection
  Author  
  NAN-YAO SU
  Abstract  
  A sensor comprised of a wooden monitor on which a conductive circuit of silver particle emulsion was painted was placed in a monitoring/baiting station to detect foraging activity of the subterranean termite, Coptotermes havilandi Holmgren on Little Cayman. Sensor accuracy was 100% one month after installation, but 9 months after sensor placement, the rate declined to 74%.