Juan A. Briano

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Publications of Juan A. Briano (14 listed):

BioControl (2012) 57, 37-48
Guillermo A. Logarzo, Eduardo G. Virla, Erica Luft Albarracin, Serguei V. Triapitsyn, Walker A. Jones, Jesse H. de León and Juan A. Briano (2012)
Host range of Gonatocerus sp. near tuberculifemur 'Clade 1' in Argentina, an egg parasitoid newly associated to the glassy-winged sharpshooter, Homalodisca vitripennis (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae), and candidate for its biological control in California, USA

Florida Entomologist (2012) 95, 233-237
Juan Briano, Laura Varone, Guillermo Logarzo and Carlos Villamil (2012)
Extended geographical distribution and host range of the cactus moth, Cactoblastis cactorum (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae), in Argentina

Journal of Economic Entomology (2012) 105, 817-822
Luis A. Calcaterra, Carolina Coulin, Juan A. Briano and Peter A. Follett (2012)
Acute exposure to low-dose radiation disrupts reproduction and shortens survival of Wasmannia auropunctata (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) queens

Florida Entomologist (2011) 94, 208-213
Sanford D. Porter, L.C. "Fudd" Graham, Seth J. Johnson, Larry G. Thead and Juan A. Briano (2011)
The large decapitating fly Pseudacteon litoralis (Diptera: Phoridae): Successfully established on fire ant populations in Alabama

Virus Genes (2010) 40, 293-297
Steven M. Valles, Clare Allen, Laura Varone and Juan Briano (2010)
Complete genome sequence of an Argentinean isolate of Solenopsis invicta virus 3

Oecologia (2008) 156, 411-421
Luis A. Calcaterra, Juan. P. Livore, Alicia Delgado and Juan A. Briano (2008)
Ecological dominance of the red imported fire ant, Solenopsis invicta , in its native range

Florida Entomologist (2007) 90, 447-452
Sanford D. Porter, Steven M. Valles, Timothy S. Davis, Juan A. Briano, Luis A. Calcaterra, David H. Oi and R. Austin Jenkins (2007)
Host specificity of the microsporidian pathogen Vairimorpha invictae at five field sites with infected Solenopsis invicta fire ant colonies in northern Argentina

BioControl (2006) 51, 207-216
Ricardo J. Vazquez, Sanford D. Porter and Juan A. Briano (2006)
Field release and establishment of the decapitating fly Pseudacteon curvatus on red imported fire ants in Florida

Environmental Entomology (2006) 35, 1358-1365
Juan A. Briano, Luis A. Calcaterra, Robert Vander Meer, Steven M. Valles and Juan P. Livore (2006)
New survey for the fire ant microsporidia Vairimorpha invictae and Thelohania solenopsae in southern South America, with observations on their field persistence and prevalence of dual infections

Environmental Entomology (2005) 34, 124-132
Juan A. Briano (2005)
Long-term studies of the red imported fire ant, Solenopsis invicta, infected with the microsporidia Vairimorpha invictae and Thelohania solenopsae in Argentina

Environmental Entomology (2002) 31, 887-894
J.A. Briano and D.F. Williams (2002)
Natural occurrence and laboratory studies of the fire ant pathogen Vairimorpha invictae (Microsporida: Burenellidae) in Argentina

Florida Entomologist (2002) 85, 518-520
Juan A. Briano, Luis A. Calcaterra, David F. Williams and David H. Oi (2002)
Attempts to artificially propagate the fire ant parasite Solenopsis daguerrei (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in Argentina

Revista de la Sociedad Entomológica Argentina (1999) 58, 17-25
Juan A. Briano (1999)
[Thelohania solenopsae (Microsporida: Thelohaniidae) as a potential biocontrol agent of fire ants in the USA]

Environmental Entomology (1997) 26, 1143-1148
J.A. Briano, L.A. Calcaterra, D.P. Wojcik, D.F. Williams, W.A. Banks and R.S. Patterson (1997)
Abundance of the parasitic ant Solenopsis daguerrei (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in South America, a potential candidate for the biological control of the red imported fire ant in the United States