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Welcome to the Pest Information Wiki
With 188460 research publications and other information on pests, diseases and weeds
Organized by the International Society for Pest Information (ISPI)

Selected publications of the week:
(click on an image to enlarge it)     (other selected articles)
Invasive species
Popillia japonica.jpgJournal of Integrated Pest Management (2022) 13 (1 -pmab043)
Emily R. Althoff and Kevin B. Rice (2022)
Japanese beetle (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) invasion of North America: history, ecology, and management
Maconellicoccus hirsutus IPM5195100.jpgEFSA Journal (2022) 20 (1 - e07024)
EFSA Panel on Plant Health, Claude Bragard, Paula Baptista, Elisavet Chatzivassiliou, Francesco Di Serio, Paolo Gonthier, Josep Anton Jaques Miret, Annemarie Fejer Justesen, Christer Sven Magnusson, Panagiotis Milonas, Juan Navas-Cortes, Stephen Parnell, Roel Potting, Philippe Lucien Reignault, Emilio Stefani, Hans-Hermann Thulke, Wopke Van der Werf, Antonio Vicent Civera, Jonathan Yuen, Lucia Zappalà, Jean-Claude Gregoire, Chris Malumphy, Spyridon Antonatos, Virag Kertesz, Andrea Maiorano, Dimitrios Papachristos and Alan MacLeod (2022)
Pest categorisation of Maconellicoccus hirsutus
Starr 071224-0451 Pennisetum setaceum.jpgPLoS ONE (2022) 17 (2 - e0263056)
Peder Engelstad, Catherine S. Jarnevich, Terri Hogan, Helen R. Sofaer, Ian S. Pearse, Jennifer L. Sieracki, Neil Frakes, Julia Sullivan, Nicholas E. Young, Janet S. Prevéy, Pairsa Belamaric and Jillian LaRoe (2022)
INHABIT: A web-based decision support tool for invasive plant species habitat visualization and assessment across the contiguous United States
Plant Pathology
Liberibacter asiaticus PaDIL136651a.jpgPhytopathology (2022) 112, 55-68
Sheo Shankar Pandey, Connor Hendrich, Maxuel O. Andrade and Nian Wang (2022)
Candidatus Liberibacter: From movement, host responses, to symptom development of citrus huanglongbing
Ecological IPM
IPMimage4387054.jpgEntomologia Experimentalis et Applicata (2022) 170, 402-418
Lorena Lopez and Oscar E. Liburd (2022)
Can the introduction of companion plants increase biological control services of key pests in organic squash?
Amaranthus tuberculatus IPM5436923.jpgWeed Research (2022) 62, 1-11
Matt Liebman, Andrea D. Basche, Huong T.X. Nguyen and David A. Weisberger (2022)
How can cover crops contribute to weed management? A modelling approach illustrated with rye (Secale cereale) and Amaranthus tuberculatus
Entomology
Culex pipiens IPM5490287.jpgAnnals of the Entomological Society of America (2022) 115, 95-104
Matthew L. Aardema, Sarah K. Olatunji and Dina M. Fonseca (2022)
The enigmatic Culex pipiens (Diptera: Culicidae) species complex: phylogenetic challenges and opportunities from a notoriously tricky mosquito group
Asian Citrus Psyllid adult.jpgEnvironmental Entomology (2022) 51, 305-312
Carlos A. Antolínez, Xavier Martini, Lukasz L. Stelinski and Monique J. Rivera (2022)
Wind speed and direction drive assisted dispersal of Asian citrus psyllid
Litchfield National Park-Termite mounds.jpgInsects (2022) 13 (1 - 50)
Faith Oi (2022)
A review of the evolution of termite control: A continuum of alternatives to termiticides in the United States with emphasis on efficacy testing requirements for product registration


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