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Selected publications of the week:
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Trapping, surveys
Glossina-morsitans.jpgPLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases (2021) 15 (7 - e0009620)
Jackson Muyobela, Christian W.W. Pirk, Abdullahi A. Yusuf, Njelembo J. Mbewe and Catherine L. Sole (2021)
A novel vehicle-mounted sticky trap; an effective sampling tool for savannah tsetse flies Glossina morsitans morsitans Westwood and Glossina morsitans centralis Machado
Aedes aegypti CDC-Gathany.jpgInsects (2021) 12 (8 - 663)
Kenia Mayela Valdez-Delgado, David A. Moo-Llanes, Rogelio Danis-Lozano, Luis Alberto Cisneros-Vázquez, Adriana E. Flores-Suarez, Gustavo Ponce-García, Carlos E. Medina-De la Garza, Esteban E. Díaz-González and Ildefonso Fernández-Salas (2021)
Field effectiveness of drones to identify potential Aedes aegypti breeding sites in household environments from Tapachula, a dengue-endemic city in southern Mexico
Plant pathology
Phaeosphaeria nodorum IPM5385856.jpgPhytopathology (2021) 111, 906-920
Rowena C. Downie, Min Lin, Beatrice Corsi, Andrea Ficke, Morten Lillemo, Richard P. Oliver, Huyen T.T. Phan, Kar-Chun Tan and James Cockram (2021)
Septoria nodorum blotch of wheat: Disease management and resistance breeding in the face of shifting disease dynamics and a changing environment
IPMimage0176010.jpgVirology Journal (2021) 18 (143) - Plant responses to geminivirus
Neha Gupta, Kishorekumar Reddy, Dhriti Bhattacharyya and Supriya Chakraborty (2021)
Plant responses to geminivirus infection: guardians of the plant immunity
Honeybee parasites and diseases
IPMimage5315024.jpgProceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences (2021) 288 (1956 - 20211375)
Isobel Grindrod and Stephen J. Martin (2021)
Parallel evolution of Varroa resistance in honey bees: a common mechanism across continents?
Paenibacillus larvae.jpgSpanish Journal of Agricultural Research (2021) 19 (3 - e05SC01)
Pablo Gimenez-Martinez, Matias Maggi and Sandra Fuselli (2021)
A potential role of tannins in the control of American foulbrood
Invasive species
Etang-StEstephe-sept 06 Jussie.JPGNeoBiota (2021) 67, 153-190
Phillip J. Haubrock, Anna J. Turbelin, Ross N. Cuthbert, Ana Novoa, Nigel G. Taylor, Elena Angulo, Liliana Ballesteros-Mejia, Thomas W. Bodey, César Capinha, Christophe Diagne, Franz Essl, Marina Golivets, Natalia Kirichenko, Melina Kourantidou, Boris Leroy, David Renault, Laura Verbrugge and Franck Courchamp (2021)
Economic costs of invasive alien species across Europe
Entomology
Neodiprion lecontei IPM9009072.jpgMolecular Ecology (2021) 30, 4551-4566
Danielle K. Herrig, Kim L. Vertacnik, Anna R. Kohrs and Catherine R. Linnen (2021)
Support for the adaptive decoupling hypothesis from whole-transcriptome profiles of a hypermetamorphic and sexually dimorphic insect, Neodiprion lecontei
Anastrepha ludens 5193047.jpgJournal of Economic Entomology (2021) 114, 1857-1866
Nathan Moses-Gonzales, Hugh Conway, Dustin Krompetz, Roberto Rodriguez, Christopher G. Adams, Ignacio Baez and Michael Milam (2021)
The use of multiple unmanned aircraft systems as a swarm to release sterile Mexican fruit fly (Diptera: Tephritidae) into South Texas citrus groves


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