Kent Fothergill

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Publications of Kent Fothergill (8 listed):

Florida Entomologist (2012) 95, 238-240
Kelly V. Tindall and Kent Fothergill (2012)
Dolichomitus irritator (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae): A new parasite of Dectes texanus (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) in soybeans

Plant Disease (2012) 96, 1154-1158
Cory Cross, Allen Wrather, Kent Fothergill, Grover Shannon, Shuxian Li, Calvin Shumway and John Rupe (2012)
Effect of lactofen, azoxystrobin, and genotypes on charcoal rot, phomopsis seed decay, and pod and stem blight in soybean

Journal of Integrated Pest Management (2012) 3, B1-B5
Kelly V. Tindall and Kent Fothergill (2012)
Review of a new pest of rice, tadpole shrimp (Notostraca: Triopsidae), in the midsouthern United States and a winter scouting method of rice fields for preplanting detection

Journal of Insect Science (2010) 10 (178), 1-12
Kelly V. Tindall, Scott Stewart, Fred Musser, Gus Lorenz, Wayne Bailey, Jeff House, Robert Henry, Don Hastings, Milus Wallace and Kent Fothergill (2010)
Distribution of the long-horned beetle, Dectes texanus, in soybeans of Missouri, western Tennessee, Mississippi, and Arkansas

Florida Entomologist (2010) 93, 125-127
Kent Fothergill, Cory B. Cross, Kelly V. Tindall, J. Allen Wrather, Gus Lorenz and Cletus Youmans (2010)
Clover stem borer, Languria mozardi (Coleoptera: Languriidae), on soybeans, Glycine max: A new host record

Florida Entomologist (2010) 93, 635-636
Kelly V. Tindall and Kent Fothergill (2010)
Zelia tricolor (Diptera: Tachinidae): First host record from Dectes texanus (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae)

Florida Entomologist (2010) 93, 637-638
Kent Fothergill, Norman E. Woodley and Kelly V. Tindall (2010)
New host records are given for Zelia tricolor (Coquillett), a tachinid fly that is a parasitoid of stem-boring beetles. New host records are Cerambycidae: Hippopsis lemniscata (F.) and Oberea tripunctata (Swederus); Curculionidae: Rhodobaenus quinquepunctatus (Say); and Languriidae: Languria bicolor (F.). The few previously reported hosts of Z. tricolor are summarized.

Florida Entomologist (2009) 92, 503-505
K.V. Tindall, K. Fothergill, W. Minson and B. Ottis (2009)
A new pest of rice in Missouri: Range expansion of Triops longicaudatus (Crustacea: Notostraca: Triopsidae) into the northern Mississippi River alluvial plains