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The initiation of the soybean aphid suction trap network (STN) in 2001 marked the beginning of a rich and fruitful collaborative effort that has produced a wealth of data about the soybean aphid, other insect species, and other organisms that make up the aerobiological “soup.” Collaboration among researchers, extension specialists, and agriculturalists has provided information about seasonal migration patterns of the soybean aphid and monitoring of other insect species. The physical collections of the “soup” have been stored and used for past research, and will serve as a foundation for future research.
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Lagos-Kutz, Doris; Voegtlin, David J.; Onstad, David; Hogg, David; Ragsdale, David; Tilmon, Kelley; Hodgson, Erin; DiFonzo, Christina; Groves, Russell; Krupke, Christian; LaForest, Joseph; Selter, Nicholas J.; Duerr, Emily; Bradford, Benjamin; and Hartman, Glen L., "The Soybean Aphid Suction Trap Network: Sampling the Aerobiological “Soup”" (2020). Entomology Publications. 565.