John E. Banks

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Publications of John E. Banks (9 listed):

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2020) 22, 30-40
John E. Banks, Amanda N. Laubmeier and H. Thomas Banks (2020)
Modelling the effects of field spatial scale and natural enemy colonization behaviour on pest suppression in diversified agroecosystems

Insects (2017) 8 (3 - 78)
John E. Banks, Roger I. Vargas, Azmy S. Ackleh and John D. Stark (2017)
Sublethal effects in pest management: A surrogate species perspective on fruit fly control

Annual Review of Entomology (2014) 59, 383-404
S. Macfadyen, J.E. Banks, J.D. Stark and A.P. Davies (2014)
Using semifield studies to examine the effects of pesticides on mobile terrestrial invertebrates

Journal of Entomological Science (2007) 42, 200-206
Paulina E. Kramarz, John E. Banks and John D. Stark (2007)
Density-dependent response of the pea aphid (Hemiptera: Aphididae) to imidacloprid

Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata (2003) 108, 197-204
J.E. Banks and C.L. Yasenak (2003)
Effects of plot vegetation diversity and spatial scale on Coccinella septempunctata movement in the absence of prey

International Journal of Pest Management (2001) 47, 273-276
B. Rämert, S. Hellqvist, B. Ekbom and J.E. Banks (2001)
Assessment of trap crops for Lygus spp. in lettuce

The Canadian Entomologist (1999) 131, 645-657
J.E. Banks (1999)
Differential response of two agroecosystem predators, Pterostichus melanarius (Coleoptera : Carabidae) and Coccinella septempunctata (Coleoptera : Coccinellidae), to habitat-composition and fragmentation-scale manipulations

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (1999) 1, 165-170
John E. Banks and Barbara Ekbom (1999)
Modelling herbivore movement and colonization: pest management potential of intercropping and trap cropping

Oecologia (1998) 117, 239-246
John E. Banks (1998)
The scale of landscape fragmentation affects herbivore response to vegetation heterogeneity