This is a map that shows each state by county; Each county is shaded according to the number of SWD found in traps. The map is continually being updated.
Clicking on a county on the map will bring up some graphs. Simply choose the crop you are interested in using the drop-down box that appears, and you will see four graphs of the last couple weeks - one for each quadrant of the county. Voluntary data submissions are also shown.
Here, you can navigate through snapshots of the "real-time shaded map" over time. You can limit the shading to a single crop, or all crops. You can also limit the shading to: Male SWD only, Female SWD only, or SWD Larvae only.
You will be able to see how SWD has spread across Oregon and Washington over time.
This is a more advanced version of the real-time maps above. It allows you to choose the crop, timeframe, the scale (for the map shading), and what kind of SWD you want to see shading / graphs for - All, Males only, Females only, Larvae only. This map is great if you want to see how the numbers are changing over a longer period of time, or to limit the numbers to only a specific subset of SWD.
As with the real-time maps, you can click on a county to see line graphs. The site uses the options you have selected to create a customized graph.