Lidia Sukovata

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Publications of Lidia Sukovata (9 listed):

Phytoparasitica (2020) 48, 63-74
Lidia Sukovata, Monika Asztemborska, Krzysztof J. Rudzinski, Marek Cieslak, Dorota Staszek, Wojciech Janiszewski, Rafal Szmigielski, Andrzej Kolk and Jerzy Raczko (2020)
Effect of dispenser type, trap design and placement on catches of pine-tree lappet moth, Dendrolimus pini

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2020) 22, 319-327
Lidia Sukovata, Aleksander Dziuk, Matthew Parratt, Cezary Bystrowski, Katrina Dainton, Andrew Polaszek and Roger Moore (2020)
The importance of trap type, trap colour and capture liquid for catching Dendrolimus pini and their impact on by-catch of beneficial insects

Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research (2020) 35, 506-512
Tomasz Jaworski and Lidia Sukovata (2020)
Tools for monitoring oak defoliating geometrids – traps for catching males and females

Insects (2019) 10 (11 - 384)
Lidia Sukovata (2019)
A comparison of three approaches for larval instar separation in insects—A case study of Dendrolimus pini

Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry (2015) 39, 107-116
Lidia Sukovata, Tomasz Jaworski, Piotr Karolewski and Andrzej Kolk (2015)
The performance of Melolontha grubs on the roots of various plant species

Biological Invasions (2015) 17, 2403-2413
René Eschen, Ludovic Rigaux, Lidia Sukovata, Anna Maria Vettraino, Mariella Marzano and Jean-Claude Grégoire (2015)
Phytosanitary inspection of woody plants for planting at European Union entry points: a practical enquiry

Journal of Pest Science (2011) 84, 207-212
Lidia Sukovata, Darek Czokajlo, Andrzej Kolk, Slawomir Slusarski and Tomasz Jablonski (2011)
An attempt to control Cameraria ohridella using an attract-and-kill technique

Journal of Economic Entomology (2004) 97, 1619-1623
Lidia Sukovata, Andrzej Kolk and Marek Cieslak (2004)
Effect of attract and kill formulations and application rates on trap catches of European pine shoot moth (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) and shoot damage in scots pine saplings

Polish Journal of Entomology (Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne) (2002) 71, 101-108
Lidia Sukovata (2002)
Aphantorhaphopsis samarensis (Villeneuve) (Diptera: Tachinidae), a gypsy moth parasitoid newly recorded from Poland and its relationship with the host and other tachinids