Bibliography:Leptoglossus phyllopus

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Publication list for Leptoglossus phyllopus sorted according to research topics

biocontrol - natural enemies (2)

Environmental Entomology (2014) 43, 370-376
P.G. Tillman and J.E. Carpenter (2014)
Milkweed (Gentianales: Apocynaceae): A Farmscape resource for increasing parasitism of stink bugs (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) and providing nectar to insect pollinators and monarch butterflies

Environmental Entomology (2008) 37, 555-567
Henry Y. Fadamiro, Yingfang Xiao, Terry Hargroder, Monte Nesbitt, Vincent Umeh and Carl C. Childers (2008)
Seasonal occurrence of key arthropod pests and associated natural enemies in Alabama Satsuma citrus

resistance/tolerance/defence of host (1)

Journal of Entomological Science (2001) 36, 445-452
J.D. Dutcher, R.E. Worley, Patrick Conner and Sue Doves (2001)
Pecan varietal differences in hemipteran kernel damage

damage/losses/economics (2)

Journal of Entomological Science (2011) 46, 177-190
D.C. Degenhardt, J.K. Greene, A. Khalilian and R.B. Reeves (2011)
Volatile emissions from developing cotton bolls in response to Hemipteran feeding damage

Environmental Entomology (1982) 11, 738-741
D.G. Hall IV and G.L. Teetes (1982)
Yield loss-density relationships of four species of panicle-feeding bugs in sorghum

environment - cropping system/rotation (3)

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2017) 19, 332-340
Clement Akotsen-Mensah, Rammohan R. Balusu, Joseph Anikwe and Henry Y. Fadamiro (2017)
Evaluating potential trap crops for managing leaffooted (Hemiptera: Coreidae) and phytophagous stink bug (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) species in peaches

Florida Entomologist (2015) 98, 74-79
Eric Obeng, Ernst Cebert, Rufina Ward, Leopold M. Nyochembeng, David A. Mays, Hari P. Singh and Bharat P. Singh (2015)
Insect incidence and damage on pearl millet (Pennisetum glaucum) under various nitrogen regimes in Alabama

Environmental Entomology (2014) 43, 370-376
P.G. Tillman and J.E. Carpenter (2014)
Milkweed (Gentianales: Apocynaceae): A Farmscape resource for increasing parasitism of stink bugs (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) and providing nectar to insect pollinators and monarch butterflies

surveys/sampling/distribution (5)

Florida Entomologist (2013) 96, 512-528
G.S. Nuessly, Y. Wang, H. Sandhu, N. Larsen and R.H. Cherry (2013)
Entomologic and agronomic evaluations of 18 sweet sorghum cultivars for biofuel in Florida

Journal of Entomological Science (2013) 48, 9-16
P. Glynn Tillman (2013)
Stink bugs (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae), a leaffooted bug (Hemiptera: Coreidae), and their predators in sorghum in Georgia

Southwestern Entomologist (2009) 34, 305-318
Socorro Héctor Tarango Rivero and Alejandro González Hernández (2009)
Species, seasonal occurrence, and natural enemies of stink bugs and leaffooted bugs (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae, Coreidae, Largidae) in pecans

Environmental Entomology (2008) 37, 555-567
Henry Y. Fadamiro, Yingfang Xiao, Terry Hargroder, Monte Nesbitt, Vincent Umeh and Carl C. Childers (2008)
Seasonal occurrence of key arthropod pests and associated natural enemies in Alabama Satsuma citrus

Florida Entomologist (2004) 87, 204-211
G.S. Nuessly, M.G. Hentz, R. Beiriger and B.T. Scully (2004)
Insects associated with faba bean, Vicia faba (Fabales: Fabaceae), in southern Florida