Adding supplementary traps

Note: It is likely that all supplementary traps will be converted to collocated traps in the future as this allows for more flexibilty, so we recommend people create collocated traps, rather than supplementary traps.

A supplementary trap is an additional trap that is part of the same physical set as another trap. It is most commonly used for double trap sets - for example if you are installing a tunnel with two DOC 200 traps inside it. In this case you would add a trap as normal (recording the type, line, location, etc). And then you would add a supplementary trap of the same type to it.  You can then record data (trap checks and catches) separately for each side of the trap.  However, the two traps remain tied together and the information such as line, location, etc., remains the same for both.

When you add a trap via the website, you can specify that it is a double trap, and this will automatically create a supplementary trap of the same type.  It will have the same code with the text "supplementary" appended to it.

Another example is a rat tunnel with a mouse trap included in it.   You can add the mouse trap as a supplementary trap and it will remain linked to that set.

Note: you can't add supplementary traps via the App, but you can add "collocated traps".

To add a supplementary trap:

Select the trap, and then click on the Add a supplementary trap button.


Required fields are indicated by *

Name*: the trap code or reference for this supplementary trap. This is usually displayed in brackets after the name of the parent trap in listings and reports.

Trap type*: select the trap type from the drop-down list. If the trap type is not listed select "other" and use the Trap sub type field to describe it.

Trap sub type: optionally enter any information, such as modifications.

Revision #10
Created 9 November 2021 04:38:12 by Daniel Bar-Even
Updated 20 June 2023 19:37:41