Bibliography:Campylomma verbasci (predator)

From Pestinfo-Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search

Publication list for Campylomma verbasci (predator) sorted according to research topics

general biology - morphology - evolution (4)

Insects (2019) 10 (9 - 303)
François Dumont, Denis Réale and Éric Lucas (2019)
Can isogroup selection of highly zoophagous lines of a zoophytophagous bug improve biocontrol of spider mites in apple orchards?

Insects (2017) 8 (3 - 74)
François Dumont, Denis Réale and Eric Lucas (2017)
Isogroup selection to optimize biocontrol increases cannibalism in omnivorous (zoophytophagous) bugs

BioControl (2016) 61, 425-435
François Dumont, Eric Lucas and Denis Réale (2016)
Evidence of genetic basis of zoophagy and nymphal developmental time in isogroup lines of the zoophytophagous mullein bug, Campylomma verbasci

Environmental Entomology (1984) 13, 469-481
Devin P. Carroll and Stanley C. Hoyt (1984)
Natural enemies and their effects on apple aphid, Aphis pomi DeGeer (Homoptera: Aphididae), colonies on young apple trees in central Washington

application technology (1)

Journal of Applied Entomology (2020) 144, 109-122
Sara Tianna DuPont and Christopher John Strohm (2020)
Integrated pest management programmes increase natural enemies of pear psylla in Central Washington pear orchards

environment/habitat manipulation (3)

Journal of Pest Science (2017) 90, 287-297
Olivier Aubry, Daniel Cormier, Gérald Chouinard and Eric Lucas (2017)
Influence of extraguild prey and intraguild predators on the phytophagy of the zoophytophagous bug Campylomma verbasci

Insects (2017) 8 (4 - 105)
K.G. Amarasekare and P.W. Shearer (2017)
Stability of Cacopsylla pyricola (Hemiptera: Psyllidae) populations in Pacific Northwest pear orchards managed with long-term mating disruption for Cydia pomonella (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae)

Environmental Entomology (1984) 13, 469-481
Devin P. Carroll and Stanley C. Hoyt (1984)
Natural enemies and their effects on apple aphid, Aphis pomi DeGeer (Homoptera: Aphididae), colonies on young apple trees in central Washington

surveys/distribution/isolation (2)

Zoology and Ecology (2013) 23, 29-40
M.R. Mehrnejad, R.E. Linnavuori and S.H. Alavi (2013)
Hemipteran bugs associated with pistachio trees and notes on major species

Journal of Insect Science (2008) 8 (4), p. 2 (Abd-Rabou)
S. Abd-Rabou (2008)
Host plants, geographical distribution and natural enemies of the sycamore whitefly, Bemisia afer (Priesner and Hosny), a new economic pest in Egypt
in P. A. Stansly and C.L. McKenzie, organizers: Fourth International Bemisia Workshop - International Whitefly Genomics Workshop, December 3-8, 2006, Duck Key, Florida, USA

resistance to pesticides (2)

Zeitschrift für Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz - Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection (2003) 110, 184-194
B. Sechser, S. Ayoub and Naglaa Monuir (2003)
Selectivity of emamectin benzoate to predators of sucking pests on cotton

Environmental Entomology (1984) 13, 1577-1582
B. Sechser, P. Thueler and A. Bachmann (1984)
Observations on population levels of the European red mite (Acarina: Tetranychidae) and associated arthropod predator complexes in different spray programs over a 5-year period