William A. Palmer

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The following data have been transferred from the database of scientists of the International Society for Pest Information (ISPI):

William A. Palmer
last recorded affiliation:
Alan Fletcher Research Station
Queensland Department of Natural Resources and Water
27 Magazine Street
(P.O. Box 36)
Sherwood 4075

research on biological control of weeds

Publications of William A. Palmer (14 listed):

Biocontrol Science and Technology (2015) 25, 613-628
Peter K. Jones, Royce H. Holtkamp, William A. Palmer and Michael D. Day (2015)
The host range of three biotypes of Dactylopius tomentosus (Lamarck) (Hemiptera: Dactylopiidae) and their potential as biological control agents of Cylindropuntia spp. (Cactaceae) in Australia

Arthropod-Plant Interactions (2010) 4, 7-17
Andrew G. Manners, William A. Palmer, K. Dhileepan, Graeme T. Hastwell and Gimme H. Walter (2010)
Characterising insect plant host relationships facilitates understanding multiple host use

BioControl (2007) 52, 129-143
W.A. Palmer and K.A.D.W. Senaratne (2007)
The host range and biology of Cometaster pyrula; a biocontrol agent for Acacia nilotica subsp. indica in Australia

Australian Journal of Entomology (2006) 45, 298-302
K.A.D. Wilmot Senaratne, William A. Palmer and Robert W. Sutherst (2006)
Use of CLIMEX modelling to identify prospective areas for exploration to find new biological control agents for prickly acacia

African Entomology (2006) 14, 141-145
W.A. Palmer and A. McLennan (2006)
The host range of Isturgia deeraria, an insect considered for the biological control of Acacia nilotica in Australia

Australian Journal of Entomology (2006) 45, 276-286
John A. Goolsby, Rieks D. van Klinken and William A. Palmer (2006)
Maximising the contribution of native-range studies towards the identification and prioritisation of weed biocontrol agents

African Entomology (2006) 14, 387-390
W.A. Palmer and A.B.R. Witt (2006)
On the host range and biology of Acizzia melanocephala (Hemiptera : Psyllidae), an insect rejected for the biological control of Acacia niloticai subsp. indica (Mimosaceae) in Australia

African Entomology (2006) 14, 384-386
A.B.R. Witt, H.E. Steenkamp and W.A. Palmer (2006)
Initial screening of Pseudomalegia cf. lefevrei (Coleoptera : Chrysomelidae), a potential biological control agent for Acacia nilotica (L.) Willd. ex Del. ssp. indica (Benth.) Brenan (Mimosaceae) in Australia

Biocontrol Science and Technology (2006) 16, 859-869
A.B.R. Witt, A.J. McConnachie, W.A. Palmer and E. Grobbelaar (2006)
Distribution, biology and host range of Rhembastus sp. (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae), a candidate for the biological control of Bryophyllum delagoense (Crassulaceae) in Australia

Australian Journal of Entomology (2005) 44, p. 1 (Palmer)
W.A. Palmer (2005)
Corrections to Morris and Mound (2004) 'Molecular relationships between populations of South African citrus thrips (Scirtothrips aurantii Faure) in South Africa and Queensland, Australia'

African Entomology (2005) 13, 376-379
A.B.R. Witt, S. Docherty and W.A. Palmer (2005)
Distribution and aspects of the biology of Chlamisus malvernensis Bryant (Coleoptera : Chrysomelidae) collected on Acacia nilotica (L.) Willd. ex Del. ssp. kraussiana (Benth.) Brenan (Mimosaceae) in South Africa : short communication

Australian Journal of Entomology (2003) 42, 287-293
Catherine J. Lockett and William A. Palmer (2003)
Rearing and release of Homichloda barkeri (Jacoby) (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Alticinae) for the biological control of prickly acacia, Acacia nilotica ssp. indica (Mimosaceae) in Australia

Australian Journal of Entomology (2000) 39, 344-350
Jianhua Mo, Mariano Treviño and William A Palmer (2000)
Establishment and distribution of the rubber vine moth, Euclasta whalleyi Popescu-Gorj and Constantinescu (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae), following its release in Australia

Environmental Entomology (1995) 24, 796-809
A.S. McClay, W.A. Palmer, F.D. Bennett and K.R. Pullen (1995)
Phytophagons arthropods associated with Parthenium hysterophorus (Asteraceae) in North America