Bibliography:Chrysopa nigricornis (predator)

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Publication list for Chrysopa nigricornis (predator) sorted according to research topics

general biology - morphology - evolution (5)

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2009) 35, 1181-1187
Jeffrey Richard Aldrich, Thanh C. Le, Qing-He Zhang, Jorge Torres, Shaun L. Winterton, Baoyu Han, Gary L. Miller and Kamlesh R. Chauhan (2009)
Prothoracic gland semiochemicals of green lacewings

Environmental Entomology (2009) 38, 1117-1125
Daniel R. Latham and Nicholas J. Mills (2009)
Quantifying insect predation: A comparison of three methods for estimating daily per capita consumption of two aphidophagous predators

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2006) 32, 2163-2176
Qing-He Zhang, Rodney G. Schneidmiller, Doreen R. Hoover, Kevin Young, Dewayne O. Welshons, Armenak Margaryan, Jeffrey R. Aldrich and Kamlesh R. Chauhan (2006)
Male-produced pheromone of the green lacewing, Chrysopa nigricornis

Annals of the Entomological Society of America (2004) 97, 1103-1125
Gary L. Miller, John D. Oswald and Douglass R. Miller (2004)
Lacewings and scale insects: A review of predator/prey associations between the Neuropterida and Coccoidea (Insecta: Neuroptera, Raphidioptera, Hemiptera)

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

inundative/inoculative release (1)

Entomophaga (1997) 42, 241-256
L.E. Ehler, R.F. Long, M.G. Kinsey and S.K. Kelley (1997)
Potential for augmentive biological control of black bean aphid in California sugarbeet

application technology (3)

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

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2004) 30, 1613-1628
David G. James and Tanya S. Price (2004)
Field-testing of methyl salicylate for recruitment and retention of beneficial insects in grapes and hops

Annals of the Entomological Society of America (2002) 95, 469-480
David R. Horton, Debra A. Broers, Tonya Hinojosa, Tamera M. Lewis, Eugene R. Miliczky and Richard R. Lewis (2002)
Diversity and phenology of predatory arthropods overwintering in cardboard bands placed in pear and apple orchards of central Washington State

environment/habitat manipulation (9)

Environmental Entomology (2014) 43, 942-948
David G. James, Lorraine Seymour, Gerry Lauby and Katie Buckley (2014)
Beneficial insects attracted to native flowering buckwheats (Eriogonum Michx) in central Washington

American Entomologist (2009) 55, 49-56
David R. Horton, Vincent P. Jones and Thomas R. Unruh (2009)
Use of a new immunomarking method to assess movement by generalist predators between a cover crop and tree canopy in a pear orchard

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2009) 35, 1181-1187
Jeffrey Richard Aldrich, Thanh C. Le, Qing-He Zhang, Jorge Torres, Shaun L. Winterton, Baoyu Han, Gary L. Miller and Kamlesh R. Chauhan (2009)
Prothoracic gland semiochemicals of green lacewings

European Journal of Entomology (2008) 105, 369-380
E.W. Evans (2008)
Multitrophic interactions among plants, aphids, alternate prey and shared natural enemies - a review

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2004) 30, 1613-1628
David G. James and Tanya S. Price (2004)
Field-testing of methyl salicylate for recruitment and retention of beneficial insects in grapes and hops

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2003) 29, 1601-1609
David G. James (2003)
Field evaluation of herbivore-induced plant volatiles as attractants for beneficial insects: methyl salicylate and the green lacewing, Chrysopa nigricornis

Annals of the Entomological Society of America (2002) 95, 469-480
David R. Horton, Debra A. Broers, Tonya Hinojosa, Tamera M. Lewis, Eugene R. Miliczky and Richard R. Lewis (2002)
Diversity and phenology of predatory arthropods overwintering in cardboard bands placed in pear and apple orchards of central Washington State

Oikos (2001) 92, 107-118
Mette K. Petersen and Martha S. Hunter (2001)
Variation in the outcome of competition between two aphid species on pecan: plants matter more than predators

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

population dynamics/epizootiology (1)

American Entomologist (2009) 55, 49-56
David R. Horton, Vincent P. Jones and Thomas R. Unruh (2009)
Use of a new immunomarking method to assess movement by generalist predators between a cover crop and tree canopy in a pear orchard

surveys/distribution/isolation (1)

Environmental Entomology (2012) 41, 1364-1371
Lessando M. Gontijo, Stephen D. Cockfield and Elizabeth H. Beers (2012)
Natural enemies of woolly apple aphid (Hemiptera: Aphididae) in Washington State