Santolo Francati

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See Santolo Francati in the ISPI database of scientists.


Publications of Santolo Francati

Bulletin of Insectology (2019) 72, 55-60
Santolo Francati, Bartolo Giuseppe Dimattia and Antonio Martini (2019)
Acceptance and suitability of Nezara viridula nymphs as hosts for Trichopoda pennipes

Bulletin of Insectology (2018) 71, 287-293
Santolo Francati (2018)
Rearing of parasitoid braconid wasp Dinocampus coccinellae in a simplified tritrophic system

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 837-850
Fabio Mazzetto, Elisa Marchetti, Nasim Amiresmaeili, Dario Sacco, Santolo Francati, Costanza Jucker, Maria Luisa Dindo, Daniela Lupi and Luciana Tavella (2016)
Drosophila parasitoids in northern Italy and their potential to attack the exotic pest Drosophila suzukii

Insects (2016) 7 (4 - 67)
Maria Luisa Dindo, Santolo Francati, Alberto Lanzoni, Cinzia di Vitantonio, Elisa Marchetti, Giovanni Burgio and Stefano Maini (2016)
Interactions between the multicolored Asian lady beetle Harmonia axyridis and the parasitoid Dinocampus coccinellae

Bulletin of Insectology (2015) 68, 3-6
Santolo Francati (2015)
Native preimaginal parasitism of Harmonia axyridis: new record of association with Phalacotrophora fasciata in Italy

Bulletin of Insectology (2015) 68, 23-29
Maurizio Benelli, Simon R. Leather, Santolo Francati, Elisa Marchetti and Maria Luisa Dindo (2015)
Effect of two temperatures on biological traits and susceptibility to a pyrethroid insecticide in an exotic and native coccinellid species

Bulletin of Insectology (2015) 68, 127-134
Santolo Francati, Alberto Alma, Chiara Ferracini, Aldo Pollini and Maria Luisa Dindo (2015)
Indigenous parasitoids associated with Dryocosmus kuriphilus in a chestnut production area of Emilia Romagna (Italy)

Biocontrol Science and Technology (2013) 23, 1342-1348
Maria Luisa Dindo, Santolo Francati, Elisa Marchetti, Chiara Ferracini, Ambra Quacchia and Alberto Alma (2013)
Acceptance and suitability of Cacyreus marshalli (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) as host for three indigenous parasitoids