Maurice W. Sabelis

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Publications of Maurice W. Sabelis (124 listed):

Ecology and Evolution (2018) 8, 10384-10394
Alexandra M. Revynthi, Martijn Egas, Arne Janssen and Maurice W. Sabelis (2018)
Prey exploitation and dispersal strategies vary among natural populations of a predatory mite

Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata (2017) 162, 261-271
Amir H. Grosman, Anderson Mathias Holtz, Angelo Pallini, Maurice W. Sabelis and Arne Janssen (2017)
Parasitoids follow herbivorous insects to a novel host plant, generalist predators less so

Bulletin of Entomological Research (2017) 107, 313-321
D.B. Lima, H.K.V. Oliveira, J.W.S. Melo, M.G.C. Gondim, M. Sabelis, A. Pallini and A. Janssen (2017)
Predator performance is impaired by the presence of a second prey species

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2016) 70, 261-274
Yukie Sato, Juan M. Alba, Martijn Egas and Maurice W. Sabelis (2016)
The role of web sharing, species recognition and host-plant defence in interspecific competition between two herbivorous mite species

BioControl (2016) 61, 681-689
Fernando R. da Silva, Gilberto J. de Moraes, Izabela Lesna, Yukie Sato, Carlos Vasquez, Rachid Hanna, Maurice W. Sabelis and Arne Janssen (2016)
Size of predatory mites and refuge entrance determine success of biological control of the coconut mite

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2016) 68, 21-31
Yukie Sato, Heike Staudacher and Maurice W. Sabelis (2016)
Why do males choose heterospecific females in the red spider mite

Ecological Entomology (2015) 40, 62-68
Roos Van Maanen, George Broufas, Paulien De Jong, Ernestina Aguilar-Fenollosa, Alexandra Revynthi, Maurice W. Sabelis and Arne Janssen (2015)
Predators marked with chemical cues from one prey have increased attack success on another prey species

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2015) 67, 477-491
Yasuyuki Choh, Maurice W. Sabelis and Arne Janssen (2015)
Distribution and oviposition site selection by predatory mites in the presence of intraguild predators

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2015) 67, 411-421
J.W.S. Melo, D.B. Lima, H. Staudacher, F.R. Silva, M.G.C. Gondim Jr. and M.W. Sabelis (2015)
Evidence of Amblyseius largoensis and Euseius alatus as biological control agent of Aceria guerreronis

New Phytologist (2015) 205, 828-840
Juan M. Alba, Bernardus C.J. Schimmel, Joris J. Glas, Livia M.S. Ataide, Maria L. Pappas, Carlos A. Villarroel, Robert C. Schuurink, Maurice W. Sabelis and Merijn R. Kant (2015)
Spider mites suppress tomato defenses downstream of jasmonate and salicylate independently of hormonal crosstalk

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2014) 64, 445-454
J.W.S. Melo, D.B. Lima, M.W. Sabelis, A. Pallini and M.G.C. Gondim Jr. (2014)
Host finding behaviour of the coconut mite Aceria guerreronis

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2014) 62, 449-461
J.W.S. Melo, D.B. Lima, M.W. Sabelis, A. Pallini and M.G.C. Gondim Jr. (2014)
Limits to ambulatory displacement of coconut mites in absence and presence of food-related cues

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2014) 62, 293-311
Alexis Onzo, Maurice W. Sabelis and Rachid Hanna (2014)
Single versus multiple enemies and the impact on biological control of spider mites in cassava fields in West-Africa

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2014) 64, 429-443
J.W.S. Melo, D.B. Lima, M.W. Sabelis, A. Pallini and M.G.C. Gondim Jr. (2014)
Behaviour of coconut mites preceding take-off to passive aerial dispersal

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2014) 62, 19-32
Karen Muñoz-Cárdenas, Luz Stella Fuentes, R. Fernando Cantor, C. Daniel Rodríguez, Arne Janssen and Maurice W. Sabelis (2014)
Generalist red velvet mite predator (Balaustium sp.) performs better on a mixed diet

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2014) 64, 207-221
Nazer Famah Sourassou, Rachid Hanna, Johannes A.J. Breeuwer, Koffi Negloh, Gilberto J. de Moraes and Maurice W. Sabelis (2014)
The endosymbionts Wolbachia and Cardinium and their effects in three populations of the predatory mite Neoseiulus paspalivorus

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2014) 63, 189-204
Izabela Lesna, Fernando R. da Silva, Yukie Sato, Maurice W. Sabelis and Suzanne T.E. Lommen (2014)
Neoseiulus paspalivorus, a predator from coconut, as a candidate for controlling dry bulb mites infesting stored tulip bulbs

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2013) 61, 31-41
Yukie Sato, Maurice W. Sabelis, Martijn Egas and Farid Faraji (2013)
Alternative phenotypes of male mating behaviour in the two-spotted spider mite

BioControl (2013) 58, 45-55
Gerben J. Messelink, Chantal M.J. Bloemhard, Maurice W. Sabelis and Arne Janssen (2013)
Biological control of aphids in the presence of thrips and their enemies

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2013) 60, 127-138
Y.M. van Houten, J.J. Glas, H. Hoogerbrugge, J. Rothe, K.J.F. Bolckmans, S. Simoni, J. van Arkel, J.M. Alba, M.R. Kant and M.W. Sabelis (2013)
Herbivory-associated degradation of tomato trichomes and its impact on biological control of Aculops lycopersici

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2013) 61, 173-182
Nazer Famah Sourassou, Rachid Hanna, Koffi Negloh, Johannes A.J. Breeuwer and Maurice W. Sabelis (2013)
Females as intraguild predators of males in cross-pairing experiments with phytoseiid mites

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2012) 57, 15-36
Nazer Famah Sourassou, Rachid Hanna, Ignace Zannou, Johannes A.J. Breeuwer, Gilberto de Moraes and Maurice W. Sabelis (2012)
Morphological, molecular and cross-breeding analysis of geographic populations of coconut-mite associated predatory mites identified as Neoseiulus baraki: evidence for cryptic species?

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2012) 58, 359-370
Alexis Onzo, Rachid Hanna and Maurice W. Sabelis (2012)
The predatory mite Typhlodromalus aripo prefers green-mite induced plant odours from pubescent cassava varieties

PLoS ONE (2012) 7 (9 - e45487)
Rui-Xia Meng, Maurice W. Sabelis and Arne Janssen (2012)
Limited predator-induced dispersal in whiteflies

Ecological Entomology (2012) 37, 529-535
Roos Van Maanen, Gerben J. Messelink, Renata Van Holstein-Saj, Maurice W. Sabelis and Arne Janssen (2012)
Prey temporarily escape from predation in the presence of a second prey species

BioControl (2012) 57, 533-539
Roos van Maanen, George Broufas, Marta F. Oveja, Maurice W. Sabelis and Arne Janssen (2012)
Intraguild predation among plant pests: western flower thrips larvae feed on whitefly crawlers

Oecologia (2012) 169, 95-104
Tessa van der Hammen, Marta Montserrat, Maurice W. Sabelis, André M. de Roos and Arne Janssen (2012)
Whether ideal free or not, predatory mites distribute so as to maximize reproduction

Oikos (2012) 121, 67-76
M. Montserrat, S. Magalhães, M.W. Sabelis, A.M. de Roos and A. Janssen (2012)
Invasion success in communities with reciprocal intraguild predation depends on the stage structure of the resident population

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2012) 58, 371-383
Izabela Lesna, Maurice W. Sabelis, Thea G.C.M. van Niekerk and Jan Komdeur (2012)
Laboratory tests for controlling poultry red mites (Dermanyssus gallinae) with predatory mites in small 'laying hen' cages

International Journal of Acarology (2012) 38, 471-479
Jofrey M. Oleke, Aida Isinika, Victor Manyong, Rachid Hanna and Maurice Sabelis (2012)
Farmers' perception of coconut mite damage and crop diversification alternatives in the coastal belt of Tanzania

Ecology Letters (2011) 14, 229-236
Renato Almeida Sarmento, Felipe Lemos, Petra M. Bleeker, Robert C. Schuurink, Angelo Pallini, Maria Goreti Almeida Oliveira, Eraldo R. Lima, Merijn Kant, Maurice W. Sabelis and Arne Janssen (2011)
A herbivore that manipulates plant defence

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2011) 53, 349-360
N.S.H. Tien, M.W. Sabelis and M. Egas (2011)
Ambulatory dispersal in Tetranychus urticae: an artificial selection experiment on propensity to disperse yields no response

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2011) 54, 119-124
N.S.H. Tien, G. Massourakis, M.W. Sabelis and M. Egas (2011)
Mate choice promotes inbreeding avoidance in the two-spotted spider mite

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2011) 54, 125-138
B. Sznajder, M.W. Sabelis and M. Egas (2011)
Innate responses of the predatory mite Phytoseiulus persimilis to a herbivore-induced plant volatile

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2011) 53, 323-338
Nazer Famah Sourassou, Rachid Hanna, Ignace Zannou, Gilberto de Moraes, Koffi Negloh and Maurice W. Sabelis (2011)
Morphological variation and reproductive incompatibility of three coconut-mite-associated populations of predatory mites identified as Neoseiulus paspalivorus (Acari: Phytoseiidae)

Ecological Entomology (2011) 36, 435-441
João A.M. Ferreira, Dalyson F.S. Cunha, Angelo Pallini, Maurice W. Sabelis and Arne Janssen (2011)
Leaf domatia reduce intraguild predation among predatory mites

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2010) 36, 1211-1225
Michiel van Wijk, Paulien J.A. de Bruijn and Maurice W. Sabelis (2010)
The predatory mite Phytoseiulus persimilis does not perceive odor mixtures as strictly elemental objects

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2010) 52, 1-10
Felipe Lemos, Renato Almeida Sarmento, Angelo Pallini, Cleide Rosa Dias, Maurice W. Sabelis and Arne Janssen (2010)
Spider mite web mediates anti-predator behaviour

BioControl (2010) 55, 253-260
Maria Nomikou, Maurice W. Sabelis and Arne Janssen (2010)
Pollen subsidies promote whitefly control through the numerical response of predatory mites

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2010) 52, 29-34
Roos van Maanen, Enrico Vila, Maurice W. Sabelis and Arne Janssen (2010)
Biological control of broad mites (Polyphagotarsonemus latus) with the generalist predator Amblyseius swirskii

Environmental Entomology (2010) 39, 695-701
Alexis Onzo, Maurice W. Sabelis and Rachid Hanna (2010)
Effects of ultraviolet radiation on predatory mites and the role of refuges in plant structures

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2010) 36, 680-688
Beata Sznajder, Maurice W. Sabelis and Martijn Egas (2010)
Response of predatory mites to a herbivore-induced plant volatile: Genetic variation for context-dependent behaviour

Oecologia (2010) 163, 335-340
Yasuyuki Choh, Tessa van der Hammen, Maurice W. Sabelis and Arne Janssen (2010)
Cues of intraguild predators affect the distribution of intraguild prey

BioControl (2010) 55, 387-398
Gerben J. Messelink, Roos Van Maanen, Renata Van Holstein-Saj, Maurice W. Sabelis and Arne Janssen (2010)
Pest species diversity enhances control of spider mites and whiteflies by a generalist phytoseiid predator

Journal of Insect Behavior (2009) 22, 186-195
Alexis Onzo, Rachid Hanna and Maurice W. Sabelis (2009)
Within-plant migration of the predatory mite Typhlodromalus aripo from the apex to the leaves of cassava: response to day-night cycle, prey location and prey density

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2009) 48, 63-80
Izabela Lesna, Peter Wolfs, Farid Faraji, Lise Roy, Jan Komdeur and Maurice W. Sabelis (2009)
Candidate predators for biological control of the poultry red mite Dermanyssus gallinae

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2009) 48, 115-142
L. Roy, A.P.G. Dowling, C.M. Chauve, I. Lesna, M.W. Sabelis and T. Buronfosse (2009)
Molecular phylogenetic assessment of host range in five Dermanyssus species

European Journal of Entomology (2008) 105, 159-162
S. Roth, A. Janssen and M.W. Sabelis (2008)
Odour-mediated sexual attraction in nabids (Heteroptera: Nabidae)

Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata (2008) 129, 189-199
Rika Ozawa, Kaori Shiojiri, Maurice W. Sabelis and Junji Takabayashi (2008)
Maize plants sprayed with either jasmonic acid or its precursor, methyl linolenate, attract armyworm parasitoids, but the composition of attractants differs

Ecological Entomology (2008) 33, 374-379
João A.M. Ferreira, Brechtje Eshuis, Arne Janssen and Maurice W. Sabelis (2008)
Domatia reduce larval cannibalism in predatory mites

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2008) 34, 791-803
Michiel van Wijk, Paulien J.A. De Bruijn and Maurice W. Sabelis (2008)
Predatory mite attraction to herbivore-induced plant odors is not a consequence of attraction to individual herbivore-induced plant volatiles

Oecologia (2008) 156, 797-806
Belén Belliure, Arne Janssen and Maurice W. Sabelis (2008)
Herbivore benefits from vectoring plant virus through reduction of period of vulnerability to predation

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2007) 43, 97-107
Nayanie S. Aratchige, Maurice W. Sabelis and Izabela Lesna (2007)
Plant structural changes due to herbivory: Do changes in Aceria -infested coconut fruits allow predatory mites to move under the perianth?

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2007) 41, 153-168
Fabien Charles Cossi Hountondji, Rachid Hanna, Andy J. Cherry, Maurice W. Sabelis, Bonaventure Agboton and Sam Korie (2007)
Scaling up tests on virulence of the cassava green mite fungal pathogen Neozygites tanajoae (Entomophthorales: Neozygitaceae) under controlled conditions: first observations at the population level

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2007) 43, 199-204
Zahedi-Golpayeganim Azadeh, Alireza Saboori and Maurice W. Sabelis (2007)
Olfactory response of the predator Zetzellia mali to a prey patch occupied by a conspecific predator

Journal of Insect Science (2007) 7 (28), 3-4
B. Belliure, A. Janssen and M.W. Sabelis (2007)
Thrips and Tospoviruses benefit from jointly challenging plants
VIII International Symposium on Thysanoptera and Tospoviruses, September 11-15, 2005, Asilomar, Pacific Grove, California, U.S.A.

Oecologia (2007) 150, 557-568
Sara Magalhães, Paul C.J. van Rijn, Marta Montserrat, Angelo Pallini and Maurice W. Sabelis (2007)
Population dynamics of thrips prey and their mite predators in a refuge

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2006) 38, 33-46
Ibrahim Çakmak, Arne Janssen and Maurice W. Sabelis (2006)
Intraguild interactions between the predatory mites Neoseiulus californicus and Phytoseiulus persimilis

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2006) 40, 217-229
Michiel van Wijk, Wytse J. Wadman and Maurice W. Sabelis (2006)
Morphology of the olfactory system in the predatory mite Phytoseiulus persimilis

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2006) 38, 113-124
Rui-Xia Meng, Arne Janssen, Maria Nomikou, Qing-Wen Zhang and Maurice W. Sabelis (2006)
Previous and present diets of mite predators affect antipredator behaviour of whitefly prey

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2006) 32, 1599-1603
Paulien J.A. de Brujin, Martijn Egas, Arne Janssen and Maurice W. Sabelis (2006)
Pheromone-induced priming of a defensive response in western flower thrips

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2006) 39, 63-74
Fabien C.C. Hountondji, Rachid Hanna and Maurice W. Sabelis (2006)
Does methyl salicylate, a component of herbivore-induced plant odour, promote sporulation of the mite-pathogenic fungus Neozygites tanajoae?

Ecological Entomology (2006) 31, 430-436
Marta Montserrat, Arne Janssen, Sara Magalhães and Maurice W. Sabelis (2006)
To be an intra-guild predator or a cannibal: is prey quality decisive?

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2005) 31, 1003-1021
Fabien C.C. Hountondji, Maurice W. Sabelis, Rachid Hanna and Arne Janssen (2005)
Herbivore-induced plant volatiles trigger sporulation in entomopathogenic fungi: The case of Neozygites tanajoae infecting the cassava green mite

Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata (2005) 116, 135-142
Amir H. Grosman, Marjolein van Breemen, Anderson Holtz, Angelo Pallini, Adrian Molina Rugama, Harvey Pengel, Madelaine Venzon, Jose C. Zanuncio, Maurice W. Sabelis and Arne Janssen (2005)
Searching behaviour of an omnivorous predator for novel and native host plants of its herbivores: a study on arthropod colonization of eucalyptus in Brazil

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2005) 35, 73-81
Annemarie Kroon, René L. Veenendaal, Martijn Egas, Jan Bruin and Maurice W. Sabelis (2005)
Diapause incidence in the two-spotted spider mite increases due to predator presence, not due to selective predation

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2005) 36, 263-275
Maria Nomikou, Ruixia Meng, Ruud Schraag, Maurice W. Sabelis and Arne Janssen (2005)
How predatory mites find plants with whitefly prey

Oikos (2005) 109, 101-116
Paul C.J. van Rijn, Frank M. Bakker, Wietske A.D. van der Hoeven and Maurice W. Sabelis (2005)
Is arthropod predation exclusively satiation-driven?

Environmental Entomology (2005) 34, 866-874
A. Onzo, R. Hanna, M.W. Sabelis and J.S. Yaninek (2005)
Temporal and spatial dynamics of an exotic predatory mite and its herbivorous mite prey on cassava in Benin, West Africa

Population Ecology (2005) 47, 107-117
Rachid Hanna, Alexis Onzo, Robert Lingeman, J. Steve Yaninek and Maurice W. Sabelis (2005)
Seasonal cycles and persistence in an acarine predator-prey system on cassava in Africa

Entomologische Berichten (2005) 65, 2-7
Alexis Onzo, Rachid Hanna and Maurice W. Sabelis (2005)
Biological control of cassava green mites in Africa: impact of the predatory mite Typhlodromalus aripo

Ecology Letters (2005) 8, 70-79
Belén Belliure, Arne Janssen, Paul C. Maris, Dick Peters and Maurice W. Sabelis (2005)
Herbivore arthropods benefit from vectoring plant viruses

Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata (2004) 110, 145-150
R.W.H.M. van Tol, J.H. Visser and M.W. Sabelis (2004)
Behavioural responses of the vine weevil, Otiorhynchus sulcatus, to semiochemicals from conspecifics, Otiorhynchus salicicola, and host plants

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2004) 33, 21-30
N.S. Aratchige, I. Lesna and M.W. Sabelis (2004)
Below-ground plant parts emit herbivore-induced volatiles: olfactory responses of a predatory mite to tulip bulbs infested by rust mites

Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences (2004) 271, 2171-2178
J. de Vries, G. Jacobs, M.W. Sabelis, S.B.J. Menken and J.A.J. Breeuwer (2004)
Diet-dependent effects of gut bacteria on their insect host: the symbiosis of Erwinia sp. and western flower thrips

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2004) 6, 267-278
R.W.H.M. van Tol, N. van Dijk and M.W. Sabelis (2004)
Host plant preference and performance of the vine weevil Otiorhynchus sulcatus

Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata (2004) 110, 95-102
Maria Nomikou, Arne Janssen, Ruud Schraag and Maurice W. Sabelis (2004)
Vulnerability of Bemisia tabaci immatures to phytoseiid predators: Consequences for oviposition and influence of alternative food

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2004) 34, 307-314
Annemarie Kroon, René L. Veenendaal, Jan Bruin, Martijn Egas and Maurice W. Sabelis (2004)
Predation risk affects diapause induction in the spider mite Tetranychus urticae

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2004) 32, 263-270
Merijn van Tilborg, Maurice W. Sabelis and Peter Roessingh (2004)
State-dependent and odour-mediated anemotactic responses of the predatory mite Phytoseiulus persimilis in a wind tunnel

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2004) 30, 1797-1808
Rika Ozawa, Kaori Shiojiri, Maurice W. Sabelis, Gen-Ichiro Arimura, Takaaki Nishioka and Junji Takabayashi (2004)
Corn plants treated with jasmonic acid attract more specialist parasitoids, thereby increasing parasitization of the common armyworm

Biocontrol Science and Technology (2004) 14, 63-76
Alexis Onzo, Rachid Hanna, Arne Janssen and Maurice W. Sabelis (2004)
Interactions between two neotropical phytoseiid predators on cassava plants and consequences for biological control of a shared spider mite prey: a screenhouse evaluation

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2003) 29, 1-12
F. Vala, J.A.J. Breeuwer and M.W. Sabelis (2003)
No variation for Wolbachia-induced hybrid breakdown in two populations of a spider mite

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2003) 30, 233-247
Martijn Egas, Derk-Jaap Norde and Maurice W. Sabelis (2003)
Adaptive learning in arthropods: spider mites learn to distinguish food quality

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2003) 29, 13-25
Wojciech Magowski, Martijn Egas, Jan Bruin and Maurice W. Sabelis (2003)
Intraspecific variation in induction of feeding preference and performance in a herbivorous mite

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2003) 31, 15-26
Maria Nomikou, Arne Janssen and Maurice W. Sabelis (2003)
Phytoseiid predators of whiteflies feed and reproduce on non-prey food sources

Oikos (2003) 102, 533-542
S. Magalhães, J.E. Brommer, E.S. Silva, F.M. Bakker and M.W. Sabelis (2003)
Life-history trade-off in two predator species sharing the same prey: a study on cassava-inhabiting mites

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2003) 31, 27-36
Maria Nomikou, Arne Janssen and Maurice W. Sabelis (2003)
Phytoseiid predator of whitefly feeds on plant tissue

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2003) 29, 253-264
F. Vala, J.A.J. Breeuwer and M.W. Sabelis (2003)
Sorting out the effects of Wolbachia, genotype and inbreeding on life-history traits of a spider mite

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2003) 31, 225-241
Alexis Onzo, Rachid Hanna and Maurice W. Sabelis (2003)
Interactions in an acarine predator guild: impact on Typhlodromalus aripo abundance and biological control of cassava green mite in Benin, West Africa

Oecologia (2002) 131, 20-26
Farid Faraji, Arne Janssen and Maurice W. Sabelis (2002)
The benefits of clustering eggs: the role of egg predation and larval cannibalism in a predatory mite

Ecological Entomology (2002) 27, 660-664
Farid Faraji, Arne Janssen and Maurice W. Sabelis (2002)
Oviposition patterns in a predatory mite reduce the risk of egg predation caused by prey

Oecologia (2002) 132, 143-149
Sara Magalhães, Arne Janssen, Rachid Hanna and Maurice W. Sabelis (2002)
Flexible antipredator behaviour in herbivorous mites through vertical migration in a plant

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2002) 27, 57-68
Maria Nomikou, Arne Janssen, Ruud Schraag and Maurice W. Sabelis (2002)
Phytoseiid predators suppress populations of Bemisia tabaci on cucumber plants with alternative food

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2002) 27, 169-180
Sam L. Elliot, John D. Mumford, Gilberto J. de Moraes and Maurice W. Sabelis (2002)
Age-dependent rates of infection of cassava green mites by a fungal pathogen in Brazil

Oikos (2002) 97, 116-124
Madelaine Venzon, Arne Janssen and Maurice W. Sabelis (2002)
Prey preference and reproductive success of the generalist predator Orius laevigatus

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2001) 25, 613-623
Farid Faraji, Arne Janssen and Maurice W. Sabelis (2001)
Predatory mites avoid ovipositing near counterattacking prey

Ecology Letters (2001) 4, 190-195
Martijn Egas and Maurice W. Sabelis (2001)
Adaptive learning of host preference in a herbivorous arthropod

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2001) 25, 717-730
Efstratios A. Chatzivasileiadis, Martijn M. Egas and Maurice W. Sabelis (2001)
Resistance to 2-tridecanone in Tetranychus urticae: effects of induced resistance, cross-resistance and heritability

Ecology Letters (2001) 4, 292-294
Rob W.H.M. van Tol, Anton T.C. van der Sommen, Mari I.C. Boff, Jan van Bezooijen, Maurice W. Sabelis and Peter H. Smits (2001)
Plants protect their roots by alerting the enemies of grubs

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2001) 25, 271-291
M. Nomikou, A. Janssen, R. Schraag and M.W. Sabelis (2001)
Phytoseiid predators as potential biological control agents for Bemisia tabaci

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2001) 25, 785-808
Madelaine Venzon, Arne Janssen and Maurice W. Sabelis (2001)
Prey preference, intraguild predation and population dynamics of an arthropod food web on plants

Biocontrol Science and Technology (2000) 10, 179-193
I. Lesna, C.G.M. Conijn, M.W. Sabelis and N.M. van Straalen (2000)
Biological control of the bulb mite, Rhizoglyphus robini, by the predatory mite, Hypoaspis aculeifer, on lilies: Predator-prey dynamics in the soil, under greenhouse and field conditions

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2000) 24, 427-440
B. Pels and M.W. Sabelis (2000)
Do herbivore-induced plant volatiles influence predator migration and local dynamics of herbivorous and predatory mites ?

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2000) 24, 881-895
Bas Drukker, Jan Bruin, Gerrit Jacobs, Annemarie Kroon and Maurice W. Sabelis (2000)
How predatory mites learn to cope with variability in volatile plant signals in the environment of their herbivorous prey

Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences (2000) 267, 1931-1937
Filipa Vala, Johannes A.J. Breeuwer and Maurice W. Sabelis (2000)
Wolbachia-induced 'hybrid breakdown' in the two-spotted spider mite Tetranychus urticae Koch

Ecological Entomology (2000) 25, 147-155
Farid Faraji, Arne Janssen, Paul C.J. Van Rijn and Maurice W. Sabelis (2000)
Kin recognition by the predatory mite Iphiseius degenerans: discrimination among own, conspecific, and heterospecific eggs

Journal of Chemical Ecology (1999) 25, 2177-2191
Petru Scutareanu, Yuliang Ma, Magda Claeys, Roger Dommisse and Maurice W. Sabelis (1999)
Induction of a p-coumaroyl trihydroxy triterpene acid in Psylla-infested and mechanically damaged pear trees

Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata (1999) 90, 323-329
R.A.F. van den Meiracker and M.W. Sabelis (1999)
Do functional responses of predatory arthropods reach a plateau? A case study of Orius insidiosus with western flower thrips as prey

Experimental and Applied Acarology (1999) 23, 803-815
A. Pallini, A. Janssen and M.W. Sabelis (1999)
Spider mites avoid plants with predators

Ecological Entomology (1999) 24, 354-363
P. Scutareanu, R. Lingeman, B. Drukker and M.W. Sabelis (1999)
Cross-correlation analysis of fluctuations in local populations of pear psyllids and anthocorid bugs

Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata (1999) 92, 73-82
Arne Janssen, Angelo Pallini, Madelaine Venzon and Maurice W. Sabelis (1999)
Absence of odour-mediated avoidance of heterospecific competitors by the predatory mite Phytoseiulus persimilis

Experimental and Applied Acarology (1999) 23, 1011-1021
E.A. Chatzivasileiadis, J.J. Boon and M.W. Sabelis (1999)
Accumulation and turnover of 2-tridecanone in Tetranychus urticae and its consequences for resistance of wild and cultivated tomatoes

Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata (1999) 93, 303-312
Madelaine Venzon, Arne Janssen and Maurice W. Sabelis (1999)
Attraction of a generalist predator towards herbivore-infested plants

Ecology Letters (1998) 1, 171-177
A. Pallini, A. Janssen and M.W. Sabelis (1998)
Predators induce interspecific herbivore competition for food in refuge space

Experimental and Applied Acarology (1998) 22, 497-521
A. Janssen, A. Pallini, M. Venzon and M.W. Sabelis (1998)
Behaviour and indirect interactions in food webs of plant-inhabiting arthropods

Experimental and Applied Acarology (1998) 22, 455-466
E.A. Chatzivasileiadis and M.W. Sabelis (1998)
Variability in susceptibility among cucumber and tomato strains of Tetranychus urticae Koch to 2-tridecanone from tomato trichomes: effects of host plant shift

Experimental and Applied Acarology (1997) 21, 507-518
Bas Drukker, Arne Janssen, Willem Ravensberg and Maurice W. Sabelis (1997)
Improved control capacity of the mite predator Phytoseiulus persimilis (Acari: Phytoseiidae) on tomato

Oecologia (1997) 110, 179-185
A. Pallini, Arne Janssen and Maurice W. Sabelis (1997)
Odour-mediated responses of phytophagous mites to conspecific and heterospecific competitors

Experimental and Applied Acarology (1997) 21, 473-484
Efstratios A. Chatzivasileiadis and Maurice W. Sabelis (1997)
Toxicity of methyl ketones from tomato trichomes to Tetranychus urticae Koch

Journal of Chemical Ecology (1997) 23, 2241-2260
Petru Scutareanu, Bas Drukker, Jan Bruin, Maarten A. Posthumus and Maurice W. Sabelis (1997)
Volatiles from Psylla-infested pear trees and their possible involvement in attraction of anthocorid predators

Experimental and Applied Acarology (1997) 21, 485-506
G.I. Oduor, M.W. Sabelis, R. Lingeman, G.J. De Moraes and J.S. Yaninek (1997)
Modelling fungal (Neozygites cf. floridana) epizootics in local populations of cassava green mites (Mononychellus tanajoa)

Experimental and Applied Acarology (1995) 19, 655-669
I. Lesna, M.W. Sabelis, H.R. Bolland and C.G.M. Conijn (1995)
Candidate natural enemies for control of Rhizoglyphus robini Claparède (Acari: Astigmata) in lily bulbs: exploration in the field and pre-selection in the laboratory

Bulletin of Entomological Research (1990) 80, 177-181
A. Janssen, C.D. Hofker, A.R. Braun, N. Mesa, M.W. Sabelis and A.C. Bellotti (1990)
Preselecting predatory mites for biological control: the use of an olfactometer

Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata (1989) 50, 47-51
F.M. Bakker and M.W. Sabelis (1989)
How larvae of Thrips tabaci reduce the attack success of phytoseiid predators