Bibliography:Mecinus janthiniformis (weed bioagent)

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Publication list for Mecinus janthiniformis (weed bioagent) sorted according to research topics

general biology - morphology - evolution (4)

Environmental Entomology (2019) 48, 533-539
Samantha A. Willden and Edward W. Evans (2019)
Summer development and survivorship of the weed biocontrol agent, Mecinus janthiniformis (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), within stems of its host, Dalmatian Toadflax (Lamiales: Plantaginaceae), in Utah

Environmental Entomology (2018) 47, 1-7
Samantha A. Willden and Edward W. Evans (2018)
Phenology of the Dalmatian toadflax biological control agent Mecinus janthiniformis (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in Utah

The Great Lakes Entomologist (2014) 47, 9-19
Elizabeth J. Goulet, Antonio Ditommaso and Elson J. Shields (2014)
Comparative study of Mecinus janthiniformis (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) attack and simulated mowing for control of Linaria dalmatica spp. dalmatica (Plantaginaceae)

Environmental Entomology (2005) 34, 899-905
Robert K.D. Peterson, Sharlene E. Sing and David K. Weaver (2005)
Differential physiological responses of Dalmatian toadflax, Linaria dalmatica L. Miller, to injury from two insect biological control agents: Implications for decision-making in biological control

identification/taxonomy (3)

BioControl (2013) 58, 563-573
Ivo Tosevski, Jelena Jovic, Oliver Krstic and Andre Gassmann (2013)
PCR-RFLP-based method for reliable discrimination of cryptic species within Mecinus janthinus species complex (Mecinini, Curculionidae) introduced in North America for biological control of invasive toadflaxes

Systematic Entomology (2011) 36, 741-753
Ivo Tosevski, Roberto Caldara, Jelena Jovic, Gerardo Hernández-Vera, Cosimo Baviera, Andre Gassmann and Brent C. Emerson (2011)
Morphological, molecular and biological evidence reveal two cryptic species in Mecinus janthinus Germar (Coleoptera, Curculionidae), a successful biological control agent of Dalmatian toadflax, Linaria dalmatica (Lamiales, Plantaginaceae)

The Canadian Entomologist (2007) 139, 354-357
M. Schat, S.E. Sing and R.K.D. Peterson (2007)
External rostral characters for differentiation of sexes in the biological control agent Mecinus janthinus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae)

classical biocontrol/new introduction (3)

Annals of Applied Biology (2018) 173, 16-34
I. Tosevski, S.E. Sing, R. De Clerck-Floate, A. McClay, D.K. Weaver, M. Schwarzländer, O. Krstic, J. Jovic and A. Gassmann (2018)
Twenty-five years after: post-introduction association of Mecinus janthinus s.l. with invasive host toadflaxes Linaria vulgaris and Linaria dalmatica in North America

Weed Science (2007) 55, 164-168
Nehalem C. Breiter and Timothy R. Seastedt (2007)
Postrelease evaluation of Mecinus janthinus host specificity, a biological control agent for invasive toadflax (Linaria spp)

Environmental Entomology (2005) 34, 899-905
Robert K.D. Peterson, Sharlene E. Sing and David K. Weaver (2005)
Differential physiological responses of Dalmatian toadflax, Linaria dalmatica L. Miller, to injury from two insect biological control agents: Implications for decision-making in biological control

evaluation - screening - selection (1)

BioControl (2018) 63, 449-460
Aaron S. Weed, Joseph Milan and Mark Schwarzlaender (2018)
Analyses of nine years of citizen-based biological control monitoring of Dalmatian toadflax, Linaria dalmatica (Plantaginaceae) in Idaho, USA

resistance/tolerance/defence of host (1)

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2010) 36, 70-79
Mary A. Jamieson and M. Deane Bowers (2010)
Iridoid glycoside variation in the invasive plant dalmatian toadflax, Linaria dalmatica (Plantaginaceae), and sequestration by the biological control agent, Calophasia lunula

non-target effects/fate in environm. (1)

Weed Science (2007) 55, 164-168
Nehalem C. Breiter and Timothy R. Seastedt (2007)
Postrelease evaluation of Mecinus janthinus host specificity, a biological control agent for invasive toadflax (Linaria spp)

environment/habitat manipulation (3)

Journal of Applied Ecology (2014) 51, 825-834
Aaron S. Weed and Mark Schwarzländer (2014)
Density dependence, precipitation and biological control agent herbivory influence landscape-scale dynamics of the invasive Eurasian plant Linaria dalmatica

Biological Invasions (2014) 16, 1951-1960
Daniel P. Cariveau and Andrew P. Norton (2014)
Direct effects of a biocontrol agent are greater than indirect effects through flower visitors for the alien plant Dalmatian toadflax (Linaria dalmatica: Scrophulariaceae)

Chemoecology (2012) 22, 1-11
Mary A. Jamieson and M. Deane Bowers (2012)
Soil nitrogen availability and herbivore attack influence the chemical defenses of an invasive plant (Linaria dalmatica; Plantaginaceae)

population dynamics/epizootiology (3)

Environmental Entomology (2019) 48, 533-539
Samantha A. Willden and Edward W. Evans (2019)
Summer development and survivorship of the weed biocontrol agent, Mecinus janthiniformis (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), within stems of its host, Dalmatian Toadflax (Lamiales: Plantaginaceae), in Utah

Environmental Entomology (2018) 47, 1-7
Samantha A. Willden and Edward W. Evans (2018)
Phenology of the Dalmatian toadflax biological control agent Mecinus janthiniformis (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in Utah

Annals of Applied Biology (2018) 173, 16-34
I. Tosevski, S.E. Sing, R. De Clerck-Floate, A. McClay, D.K. Weaver, M. Schwarzländer, O. Krstic, J. Jovic and A. Gassmann (2018)
Twenty-five years after: post-introduction association of Mecinus janthinus s.l. with invasive host toadflaxes Linaria vulgaris and Linaria dalmatica in North America

molecular biology - genes (1)

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2010) 36, 70-79
Mary A. Jamieson and M. Deane Bowers (2010)
Iridoid glycoside variation in the invasive plant dalmatian toadflax, Linaria dalmatica (Plantaginaceae), and sequestration by the biological control agent, Calophasia lunula