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Flashcards in CH 2 Shipboard Pest Quiz part 3 Deck (18):
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1. How long does it take for bed bugs to reach maturity? (Page 2-32)

1-2 months

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2. Which rodent was the bubonic plague carrier during the “Black Death” of the 14th century? (Page 2-25)

Roof Rat

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3. What is the key cornerstone in successful rodent control programs? (Page 2-28)

Sanitation

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4. What publication contains the current pest control program guidance for MRE’s stored aboard ships? (Page 2-24)

AFPMB Technical Guide No. 38

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5. What can be used to control the flying stages of SPPs in storerooms when used as a space treatment? (Page 2-24)

Aerosol

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6. What should be the minimum outside diameter of rat guards? (Page 2-28)

36”

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7. What is the prescribed method for rodent control on ships? (Page 2-30)

Rodent trapping

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8. Items with an infestation below levels specified in MIL-STD-904B can be placed in a freezer space for at least how many days? (Page 2-23)

3

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9. What are fruit flies attracted to that is produced by fruits and vegetables as they ripen and decay? (Page 2-33)

Yeast

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10. What is the approximate size of an adult bed bug? (Page 2-31)

7 mm

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11. How long must infested food materials be frozen at 0°F to kill all stages of insects? (Page 2-23)

2 weeks

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12. Once spring traps are set and in use the bait should be changed out every how many days? (Page 2-30)

2

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13. What instruction requires rat guards on all lines in all ports? (Page 2-28)

CINCPACFLTINST 5440.3H

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14. What color does old rodent urine appear to be under a black light? (Page 2-28)

Bluish-white

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15. What may be the only practical control measure when large quantities of product are infested? (Page 2-24)

Fumigation

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16. Rat guards must be mounted with the point of the cone toward the ship on all tending lines, at least 6 feet from the pier and greater than how many feet from the ship? (Page 2-29)

2

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17. What are routes frequently traveled by rodents called? (Page 2-26)

Runways

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18. What do rodents do to prevent their front teeth from becoming too long to use in feeding? (Page 2-27)

Gnaw