Maria Cristina Foti

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Publications of Maria Cristina Foti (7 listed):

Ecological Entomology (2021) 46, 100-105
Milos Sevarika, Maria Cristina Foti, Ezio Peri, Stefano Colazza and Eric Wajnberg (2021)
Genetic variation in the behavioural mechanisms involved in the response of the egg parasitoid Trissolcus brochymenae to contact chemical cues left by the pest Murgantia histrionica

BioControl (2021) 66, 329-342
Ezio Peri, Maria Cristina Foti, Letizia Martorana, Antonino Cusumano and Stefano Colazza (2021)
The invasive stink bug Halyomorpha halys affects the reproductive success and the experience-mediated behavioural responses of the egg parasitoid Trissolcus basalis

Journal of Applied Entomology (2020) 144, 669-677
Judith M. Stahl, Dirk Babendreier, Maria Cristina Foti, Stefano Colazza and Tim Haye (2020)
Intrinsic competition between two European egg parasitoids of the brown marmorated stink bug

Journal of Pest Science (2019) 92, 747-756
Maria Cristina Foti, Ezio Peri, Eric Wajnberg, Stefano Colazza and Michael Rostás (2019)
Contrasting olfactory responses of two egg parasitoids to buckwheat floral scent are reflected in field parasitism rates

Journal of Pest Science (2017) 90, 1087-1095
Gabriele Rondoni, Valeria Bertoldi, Robert Malek, Maria Cristina Foti, Ezio Peri, Lara Maistrello, Tim Haye and Eric Conti (2017)
Native egg parasitoids recorded from the invasive Halyomorpha halys successfully exploit volatiles emitted by the plant–herbivore complex

Journal of Pest Science (2017) 90, 1079-1085
Letizia Martorana, Maria Cristina Foti, Gabriele Rondoni, Eric Conti, Stefano Colazza and Ezio Peri (2017)
An invasive insect herbivore disrupts plant volatile-mediated tritrophic signalling

Journal of Pest Science (2017) 90, 299-310
Maria Cristina Foti, Michael Rostás, Ezio Peri, Kye Chung Park, Takoua Slimani, Stephen David Wratten and Stefano Colazza (2017)
Chemical ecology meets conservation biological control: identifying plant volatiles as predictors of floral resource suitability for an egg parasitoid of stink bugs