Jerry L. Cook

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Publications of Jerry L. Cook (7 listed):

Southwestern Entomologist (2016) 41, 913-920
Danny L. McDonald, David R. Hoffpauir and Jerry L. Cook (2016)
Survey yields seven new Texas county records and documents further spread of red imported fire ant, Solenopsis invicta Buren

Florida Entomologist (2013) 96, 477-481
Ashley R. Morgan, Autumn J. Smith-Herron and Jerry L. Cook (2013)
Rapid spread of Balclutha rubrostriata (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) in Texas and southwestern Louisiana, USA with notes on its associated host plants

Southwestern Entomologist (2008) 33, 15-29
L.E. Gilbert, C.L. Barr, A.A. Calixto, J.L. Cook, B.M. Drees, E.G. Lebrun, R.J.W. Patrock, R.M. Plowes, S.D. Porter and R.T. Puckett (2008)
Introducing phorid fly parasitoids of red imported fire ant workers from South America to Texas: Outcomes vary by region and by Pseudacteon species released

Environmental Entomology (2007) 36, 433-440
N. Nicolai, J.L. Cook and F.E. Smeins (2007)
Grassland composition affects season shifts in seed preference by Pogonomyrmex barbatus (Hymenoptera: Myrmicinae) in the Edwards Plateau, Texas

Southwestern Entomologist (2004) 29, p. 77 (Brain et al.)
Matthew S. Brain, Jerry L. Cook and Tamara J. Cook (2004)
Thelohania solenopsae (Microsporidia) infection in Solenopsis invicta correlated with increased arthropod diversity

Entomological News (2004) 115, p. 61 (Cook et al.)
Jerry L. Cook, Luis A. Calcaterra and Lucas Nuñez (2004)
First record of Caenocholax fenyesi (Strepsiptera: Myrmecolacidae) parasitizing Solenopsis invicta (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in Argentina, with a discussion on its distribution and host range

Environmental Entomology (1997) 26, 1258-1262
Jerry L. Cook, J. Spencer Johnston, Roger E. Gold and S. Bradleigh Vinson (1997)
Distribution of Caenocholax fenyesi (Strepsiptera: Myrmecolacidae) and the habitats most likely to contain its stylopized host, Solenopsis invicta (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)