Resources from Today’s Insect Pest Management Event

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    • #133707
      Elsa Huxley
      Member

      Links to the Conserve O Gram and 11 Step Process discussed today can be found here: http://www.connectingtocollections.org/featured-resource-4/.

      The Table of Contents of Conserve O Grams can be found here: http://www.nps.gov/museum/publications/conserveogram/cons_toc.html#collectionpreservation.

      And here are some links for insect identification guides that came up in the Live Chat:
      1. http://www.museumpests.net
      2. http://www.insectslimited.com
      3. http://www.museums.state.ak.us/documents/insect_id_poster.pdf

    • #133712

      Hi Elsa: At the end of today’s discussion there was mention of some information for IPM when building a new storage area. I would be very interested in seeing this – it may have been mentioned by Carol near the end of the session.

    • #133711
      Anne Ruppert
      Participant

      Is there anyway that you could post the entire presentation from today’s webinar on this discussion page? I’d be very interested in some of the insect/pest photos and related damage.

    • #133710
      Elsa Huxley
      Member

      I’ll be posting both of those items tomorrow, and the recording should be up by the morning too. Thanks very much!

    • #133709
      Elsa Huxley
      Member

      From Barbara Cumberland and Carol DiSalvo:
      “These resources are available at Insects Limited http://www.insectslimited.com:
      Poster-“Insect Pests of Museums in North America”, $11.00
      Free museum pest videos
      Pheromone traps for black or varied carpet beetles, webbing or casemaking clothes moth, cigarette beetle, others
      “Pest Management in Museums Archives and Historic Houses” $55.00
      Museum Monitoring Kit $ 92.00″

    • #133708
      Rachael Arenstein
      Participant

      To address Vicki’s post – I know that the Canadian Museum of Nature has a paper in the upcoming Pest Odyssey conference on their review of what IPM measures proved useful in the setup of their new facility. The publication from the conference is, I believe, expected in the late fall.

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