Bibliography:Pseudatomoscelis seriatus

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Publication list for Pseudatomoscelis seriatus sorted according to research topics

general biology - morphology - evolution (8)

Environmental Entomology (2015) 44, 619-626
J.F. Esquivel (2015)
Stylet penetration estimates for a suite of phytophagous hemipteran pests of row crops

Ecology and Evolution (2015) 5, 2533-2543
Josephine B. Antwi, Gregory A. Sword and Raul F. Medina (2015)
Host-associated differentiation in a highly polyphagous, sexually reproducing insect herbivore

Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata (2012) 143, 31-41
Apurba K. Barman, Megha N. Parajulee, Christopher G. Sansone, Charles P.C. Suh and Raul F. Medina (2012)
Geographic pattern of host-associated differentiation in the cotton fleahopper, Pseudatomoscelis seriatus

Environmental Entomology (2012) 41, 125-132
Apurba K. Barman, Megha N. Parajulee, C.G. Sansone and Raul F. Medina (2012)
Host preference of cotton fleahopper, Pseudatomoscelis seriatus (Reuter) is not labile to geographic origin and prior experience

Environmental Entomology (2009) 38, 766-780
J.F. Esquivel and S.V. Esquivel (2009)
Identification of cotton fleahopper (Hemiptera: Miridae) host plants in central Texas and compendium of reported hosts in the United States

Southwestern Entomologist (2007) 32, 127-130
Charles P.-C. Suh (2007)
Head capsule widths of nymphal instars of the cotton fleahopper

Environmental Entomology (1988) 17, 930-935
W.R. Martin Jr., P.W. Morgan, W.L. Sterling and R.W. Meola (1988)
Stimulation of ethylene production in cotton by salivary enzymes of the cotton fleahopper (Heteroptera: Miridae)

Environmental Entomology (1980) 9, 236-240
Thomas O. Holtzer and Winfield L. Sterling (1980)
Ovipositional preference of the cotton fleahopper, Pseudatomoscelis seriatus, and distribution of eggs among host plant species

identification/taxonomy (1)

Southwestern Entomologist (2007) 32, 127-130
Charles P.-C. Suh (2007)
Head capsule widths of nymphal instars of the cotton fleahopper

control - general (2)

Journal of Economic Entomology (2016) 109, 1698-1705
T.W. Griffin and S.D. Zapata (2016)
Optimal cotton insecticide application termination timing: A meta-analysis

Journal of Economic Entomology (1994) 87, 436-445
J.E. Slosser, D.G. Bordovsky and S.J. Bevers (1994)
Damage and costs associated with insect management options in irrigated cotton

biocontrol - natural enemies (7)

Southwestern Entomologist (2018) 43, 317-322
Allen E. Knutson and Manuel Campos (2018)
Leiophron uniformis (Gahan) (Braconidae), a parasitoid of the cotton fleahopper on wild hosts in Texas

Environmental Entomology (1992) 21, 1178-1188
M. Nyffeler, W.L. Sterling and D.A. Dean (1992)
Impact of the striped lynx spider (Araneae: Oxyopidae) and other natural enemies on the cotton fleahopper (Hemiptera: Miridae) in Texas cotton

Environmental Entomology (1992) 21, 1457-1465
M. Nyffeler, D.A. Dean and W.L. Sterling (1992)
Diets, feeding specialization, and predatory role of two lynx spiders, Oxyopes salticus and Peucetia viridans (Araneae: Oxyopidae), in a Texas cotton agroecosystem

Environmental Entomology (1989) 18, 373-380
M. Nyffeler, D.A. Dean and W.L. Sterling (1989)
Prey selection and predatory importance of orb-weaving spiders (Araneae: Araneidae, Uloboridae) in Texas cotton

Environmental Entomology (1987) 16, 355-359
M. Nyffeler, D.A. Dean and W.L. Sterling (1987)
Predation by green lynx spider, Peucetia viridans (Araneae: Oxyopidae), inhabiting cotton and woolly croton plants in East Texas

Environmental Entomology (1987) 16, 360-364
H.W. Browning and C.W. Melton (1987)
Indigenous and exotic trichogrammatids (Hymenoptera: Trichogrammatidae) evaluated for biological control of Eoreuma loftini and Diatraea saccharalis (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) borers on sugarcane

Environmental Entomology (1972) 1, 145-149
Robert R. Robinson, Jerry H. Young and Robert D. Morrison (1972)
Strip-cropping effects on abundance of predatory and harmful cotton insects in Oklahoma

resistance/tolerance/defence of host (3)

Journal of Economic Entomology (2016) 109, 392-398
Laura Ann McLoud, Steven Hague, Allen Knutson, C. Wayne Smith and Michael Brewer (2016)
Cotton square morphology offers new insights into host plant resistance to cotton fleahopper (Hemiptera: Miridae) in upland cotton

Journal of Economic Entomology (2015) 108, 2048-2054
Laura Ann McLoud, Allen Knutson, Manuel Campos-Figueroa, C. Wayne Smith and Steven Hague (2015)
Evaluating pilose, a cultigen of Gossypium hirsutum, as a source of resistance to cotton fleahopper (Hemiptera: Miridae)

Journal of Economic Entomology (2013) 106, 1045-1052
Allen E. Knutson, Karthik D. Mekala, C. Wayne Smith and Carlos Campos (2013)
Tolerance to feeding damage by cotton fleahopper (Hemiptera: Miridae) among genotypes representing adapted germplasm pools of United States upland cotton

thresholds/decision-support systems (1)

Environmental Entomology (1989) 18, 157-163
B.A.C. Legaspi Jr., W.L. Sterling, A.W. Hartstack Jr. and D.A. Dean (1989)
Testing the interactions of pest-predator-plant components of the TEXCIM model

damage/losses/economics (3)

Environmental Entomology (2015) 44, 619-626
J.F. Esquivel (2015)
Stylet penetration estimates for a suite of phytophagous hemipteran pests of row crops

Journal of Economic Entomology (2007) 100, 1428-1434
Charles F. Chilcutt (2007)
Effects of proportion and configuration of Bacillus thuringiensis cotton on pest abundance, damage, and yield

Journal of Economic Entomology (1994) 87, 436-445
J.E. Slosser, D.G. Bordovsky and S.J. Bevers (1994)
Damage and costs associated with insect management options in irrigated cotton

environment - cropping system/rotation (9)

Ecology and Evolution (2015) 5, 2533-2543
Josephine B. Antwi, Gregory A. Sword and Raul F. Medina (2015)
Host-associated differentiation in a highly polyphagous, sexually reproducing insect herbivore

Environmental Entomology (2012) 41, 125-132
Apurba K. Barman, Megha N. Parajulee, C.G. Sansone and Raul F. Medina (2012)
Host preference of cotton fleahopper, Pseudatomoscelis seriatus (Reuter) is not labile to geographic origin and prior experience

Southwestern Entomologist (2011) 36, 21-39
M.N. Parajulee, R.B. Shrestha, J.E. Slosser and D.G. Bordovsky (2011)
Effects of skip-row planting pattern and planting date on dryland cotton insect pest abundance and selected plant parameters

Environmental Entomology (2009) 38, 766-780
J.F. Esquivel and S.V. Esquivel (2009)
Identification of cotton fleahopper (Hemiptera: Miridae) host plants in central Texas and compendium of reported hosts in the United States

Journal of Economic Entomology (2007) 100, 1428-1434
Charles F. Chilcutt (2007)
Effects of proportion and configuration of Bacillus thuringiensis cotton on pest abundance, damage, and yield

International Journal of Pest Management (2006) 52, 249-260
M.N. Parajulee, R.B. Shrestha and J.F. Leser (2006)
Influence of tillage, planting date, and Bt cultivar on seasonal abundance and within-plant distribution patterns of thrips and cotton fleahoppers in cotton

Southwestern Entomologist (2005) 30, p. 73 (Idol et al.)
G.B. Idol and J.E. Slosser (2005)
Spring emergence and development of the cotton fleahopper (Heteroptera: Miridae) in host plants of the Texas Rolling Plains

Environmental Entomology (1980) 9, 236-240
Thomas O. Holtzer and Winfield L. Sterling (1980)
Ovipositional preference of the cotton fleahopper, Pseudatomoscelis seriatus, and distribution of eggs among host plant species

Environmental Entomology (1972) 1, 145-149
Robert R. Robinson, Jerry H. Young and Robert D. Morrison (1972)
Strip-cropping effects on abundance of predatory and harmful cotton insects in Oklahoma

population dynamics/ epidemiology (3)

Pest Management Science (2020) 76, 324-332
Tyler J. Raszick, Charles P.-C. Suh, Charles Michael Dickens and Gregory A. Sword (2020)
Genome-wide markers reveal temporal instability of local population genetic structure in the cotton fleahopper, Pseudatomoscelis seriatus (Hemiptera: Miridae)

International Journal of Pest Management (2006) 52, 249-260
M.N. Parajulee, R.B. Shrestha and J.F. Leser (2006)
Influence of tillage, planting date, and Bt cultivar on seasonal abundance and within-plant distribution patterns of thrips and cotton fleahoppers in cotton

Environmental Entomology (1989) 18, 157-163
B.A.C. Legaspi Jr., W.L. Sterling, A.W. Hartstack Jr. and D.A. Dean (1989)
Testing the interactions of pest-predator-plant components of the TEXCIM model

surveys/sampling/distribution (3)

Journal of Economic Entomology (2012) 105, 896-905
Michael J. Brewer, Darwin J. Anderson, J. Scott Armstrong and Raul T. Villanueva (2012)
Sampling strategies for square and boll-feeding plant bugs (Hemiptera: Miridae) occurring on cotton

Journal of Entomological Science (2010) 45, 204-210
C.P.-C. Suh and J.K. Westbrook (2010)
Relationship between population estimates of cotton fleahoppers (Hemiptera: Miridae) obtained by terminal and whole plant examinations

Journal of Economic Entomology (2006) 99, 568-577
M.N. Parajulee, R.B. Shrestha and J.F. Leser (2006)
Sampling methods, dispersion patterns, and fixed precision sequential sampling plans for western flower thrips (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) and cotton fleahoppers (Hemiptera: Miridae) in cotton

molecular biology - genes (3)

Pest Management Science (2020) 76, 324-332
Tyler J. Raszick, Charles P.-C. Suh, Charles Michael Dickens and Gregory A. Sword (2020)
Genome-wide markers reveal temporal instability of local population genetic structure in the cotton fleahopper, Pseudatomoscelis seriatus (Hemiptera: Miridae)

Journal of Economic Entomology (2013) 106, 2225-2233
Apurba K. Barman, C.G. Sansone, Megha N. Parajulee and Raul F. Medina (2013)
Population genetic structure of Pseudatomoscelis seriatus (Hemiptera: Miridae) in the cotton-growing regions of the United States

Environmental Entomology (1988) 17, 930-935
W.R. Martin Jr., P.W. Morgan, W.L. Sterling and R.W. Meola (1988)
Stimulation of ethylene production in cotton by salivary enzymes of the cotton fleahopper (Heteroptera: Miridae)

rearing/culturing/mass production (1)

Southwestern Entomologist (2015) 40, 455-462
Abdul Hakeem and Megha N. Parajulee (2015)
Moisture conditions for laboratory rearing of cotton fleahoppers from overwintered eggs laid on woolly croton plants

review (1)

Journal of Integrated Pest Management (2018) 9 (1 - 20)
K. Clint Allen, Randall G. Luttrell, Thomas W. Sappington, Louis S. Hesler and Sharon K. Papiernik (2018)
Frequency and abundance of selected early-season insect pests of cotton