Moth catcher

Moth catcher Overview

A sturdy, waterproof plastic trap for moths, designed to make monitoring of key moth pests simple and efficient.

The yellow sticky liners and bottoms which are also available, ensure that pest catches stay trapped and can be easily removed.

The moth catcher can be used with the Xlure four seasons or PE Lure when monitoring food moths.

  • Durable permanent trap designed for long term monitoring of stored product moths.
  • Can be placed in a grid formation thoughout a building to keep moth populations low.
  • High capacity to hold hundreds of moths.
  • Waterproof and efficient in dusty areas.
  • Replaceable liner coated in non-drying glue.
  • Shaped yellow liner proven to add visual attraction to the trap.
  • Slow-release, long-life pheromone dispenser is sealed in a foil pouch to ensure efficacy and non-contamination.
  • Insecticide free and non-toxic.
  • Cap and cage provided for lure placement.
  • Liners and lures can be purchased separately.
Target insects

Indian meal moth, Plodia interpunctella;
Warehouse moth, Ephestia ellutella;
Mediterranean mill moth, Ephestia kuehniella;
Tropical warehouse moth, Ephestia cautella.

Where to use

Food processing plants, manufacturing plants, food storage facilities, retail pet stores, homes, kitchens, hospitals, nursing homes.

Product codes

PCT-M10-GYN – Moth catcher trap (green\yellow\natural) – Unit of 1
PCT-M10-GYW – Moth catcher trap ( green\yellow\white) – Unit of 1
CAT-MW-50 – Yellow moth walls – Pack of 25
CAT-MWB-50 – Yellow moth walls base – Pack of 25
CAT-MWB-INS – Moth pot glue boards (white) – Pack of 25


Remove the protective paper from the back of the liner with the sticky side facing inwards in the moth catcher.
Remove lure out of packaging and secure in the cap and cage.
Attach cap and cage to the top of the moth catcher lid. Line up lid with moth catcher bottom and turn to secure together.
When using a moth catcher sticky base remove protective paper and place sticky side up inside the bottom of the trap.

Where to place / Distance
  • The trap is a tool that should be used as a permanent part of an integrated pest management programme in large areas.
  • Only the lures and liners need to be replaced.
  • Secure in a grid formation throughout the building to ensure optimum monitoring.
  • One trap every 100 square metres will provide enough coverage, however additional traps can be used in heavily infested areas.
  • Replace lure every 13 weeks and liner every 6-8 weeks unless the trap is full earlier.
  • The lures should be stored in their sealed foil packaging, in a cool dry place for a shelf life of 6 months. If longer storage is required store in a fridge or freezer.
  • The liners and bases should be kept in a cool dry place for a shelf life of 24 months.