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Quick and Dirty Mosquito Trap. Update : I have contacted our Chinese speaking DIY:happy operative Shana from iRocks for a more accurate translation.

Quick and Dirty Mosquito Trap

Turns out I was way off, so check out the updated and translated instructions. How to build a Mosquito trap. Materials Needed: 2000ml (2 liter) bottle 50 gram (brown?) Sugar 1 gram yeast Thermometer Measure cup Knife Black paper 1. 2. They use a bigger container with cold water - put the small cup that they use to make sugar water in that container and that stick is a thermometer because they want the sugar water to cool down to 40C (temperature). 3. 4.

Carbon dioxide will be released from where we drink the bottle so make sure to seal the edge. 5. TIPS: Put the trap in some dark and humid place for 2 weeks, you'll see the effect. Here's a link to the original Flickr photos . Update : The idea is apparently from a school class in Taiwan. Many commenters have noted that this DIY mosquito trap doesn't work in all areas (or on all species of Mosquitos). Chemistry - Matter, Atoms, & more. 35+ Educational Games and Games Resources. 1.

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