Xlure Four Seasons

Xlure Four Seasons Overview

The Xlure four season comprises four colour-coded, slow-release pheromone monitoring lures.

Specifically designed to release pheromones that attract the Plodia and Ephestia species. One colour to be used for each season, to maximise catch throughout the year.

  • Precision dosed pheromones for insect attraction.
  • A steady release of pheromones to ensure that the lure continues to attract for 13 weeks.
  • Long-life pheromone dispensers are sealed in a foil pouch to ensure efficacy and non-contamination.
  • Insecticide free and non-toxic.
  • Lures comes in four colours for the quarters of the year as a reminder of when to change them, providing easy visual auditing capability.
  • Uses the Industry standard colour code Spring -green, Summer-red, Autumn- yellow and Winter-blue.
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

CAT-M11-100XLB – XLure blue – Box of 100
CAT-M11-100XLG – XLure green – Box of 100
CAT-M11-100XLR – XLure red – Box of 100
CAT-M11-100XLY – XLure yellow – Box of 100


Remove lure from packaging and secure in the cap and cage. Attach cap and cage to the top of the moth catcher lid.

Where to place / Distance
  • The Xlure four seasons should be used in a moth catcher placed as a permanent part of an integrated pest management programme in large areas.
  • Secure the moth catchers 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 infested areas.
  • Replace lure every 13 weeks. Alternate the colour of lure on each replacement.

The lures should be stored in their sealed packaging, in a cool dry place for a shelf life of 6 months. If longer storage is required, store in a fridge or freezer.