Bibliography:Aphytis lingnanensis (parasitoid)

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Publication list for Aphytis lingnanensis (parasitoid) sorted according to research topics

general biology - morphology - evolution (3)

Ecological Entomology (1999) 24, 416-425
L.C.P. Fernando and G.H. Walter (1999)
Activity patterns and oviposition rates of Aphytis lingnanensis females, a parasitoid of California red scale Aonidiella aurantii: implications for successful biological control

Current Microbiology (1998) 36, 1-8
Einat Zchori-Fein, Richard T. Roush and David Rosen (1998)
Distribution of parthenogenesis-inducing symbionts in ovaries and eggs of Aphytis (Hymenoptera: Aphelinidae)

Bulletin of Entomological Research (1997) 87, 137-144
L.C.P. Fernando and G.H. Walter (1997)
Species status of two host-associated populations of Aphytis lingnanensis (Hymenoptera: Aphelinidae) in citrus

identification/taxonomy (1)

Acta Phytopathologica et Entomologica Hungarica (2003) 38, 357-363
M. Hayat (2003)
A synopsis and key to the Egyptian species of Aphytis Howard (Hymenoptera: Aphelinidae) parasitoids of diaspidid scale insects (Homoptera: Diaspididae)

classical biocontrol/new introduction (2)

BioControl (2006) 51, 1-30
Josep-Anton Jacas, Alberto Urbaneja and Elisa Viñuela (2006)
History and future of introduction of exotic arthropod biological control agents in Spain: A dilemma?

Environmental Entomology (1989) 18, 541-547
Judith H. Myers, Charlene Higgins and Ervin Kovacs (1989)
How many insect species are necessary for the biological control of insects?

inundative/inoculative release (1)

Journal of Insect Science (2014) 14 (208), 1-5
Pilar Vanaclocha, Dan Papacek, Maria Jesús Verdú and Alberto Urbaneja (2014)
Postteneral protein feeding may improve biological control efficiency of Aphytis lingnanensis and Aphytis melinus

population dynamics/epizootiology (1)

Ecological Entomology (1999) 24, 416-425
L.C.P. Fernando and G.H. Walter (1999)
Activity patterns and oviposition rates of Aphytis lingnanensis females, a parasitoid of California red scale Aonidiella aurantii: implications for successful biological control

surveys/distribution/isolation (6)

EPPO Bulletin (2012) 42, 580-584
A. Basheer, L. Asslan, F. Abd Al-Razzaq, A. Saleh, B. Alshadidi and E. Mohammad (2012)
Parasitoids belonging to the genus Aphytis Howard (Hymenoptera: Aphelinidae) in Citrus orchards in Lattakia, Syria

BioControl (2006) 51, 1-30
Josep-Anton Jacas, Alberto Urbaneja and Elisa Viñuela (2006)
History and future of introduction of exotic arthropod biological control agents in Spain: A dilemma?

Acta Phytopathologica et Entomologica Hungarica (2003) 38, 357-363
M. Hayat (2003)
A synopsis and key to the Egyptian species of Aphytis Howard (Hymenoptera: Aphelinidae) parasitoids of diaspidid scale insects (Homoptera: Diaspididae)

Folia Entomológica Mexicana (2000) 109, 7-33
Svetlana N. Myartseva and Enrique Ruíz-Cancino (2000)
Annotated checklist of the Aphelinidae (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea) of Mexico

Phytoparasitica (1997) 25, p. 152 (Ofek et al.)
G. Ofek, Gili Huberman, Y. Izhar, M. Wysoki, W. Kuzlitzky and S. Reneh (1997)
Control of the Oriental red scale (Aonidiella orientalis) and of the California red scale (A. aurantii) in mango orchards in Hevel Ma'on, Israel
10th Conference of the Entomological Society of Israel, February 11, 1997, Bet Dagan, Israel, lecture

FAO Plant Protection Bulletin (1993) 41, 177-197
P. Katsoyannos (1993)
IPM for citrus insect pests in northern Mediterranean countries

rearing/culturing/mass production (1)

Journal of Insect Science (2014) 14 (208), 1-5
Pilar Vanaclocha, Dan Papacek, Maria Jesús Verdú and Alberto Urbaneja (2014)
Postteneral protein feeding may improve biological control efficiency of Aphytis lingnanensis and Aphytis melinus

review (3)

Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata (2019) 167, 584-597
Manolis Lirakis and Sara Magalhães (2019)
Does experimental evolution produce better biological control agents? A critical review of the evidence

FAO Plant Protection Bulletin (1991) 39, p. 155 (Whitten et al.)
M.J. Whitten and J.G. Oakeshott (1991)
Opportunities for modern biotechnology in control of insect pests and weeds, with special reference to developing countries

Environmental Entomology (1989) 18, 541-547
Judith H. Myers, Charlene Higgins and Ervin Kovacs (1989)
How many insect species are necessary for the biological control of insects?