Yu.N. Baranchikov

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See Yu.N. Baranchikov in the ISPI database of scientists.


Publications of Yu.N. Baranchikov

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2009) 11, 247-254
Natalia I. Kirichenko, Yuri N. Baranchikov and Stefan Vidal (2009)
Performance of the potentially invasive Siberian moth Dendrolimus superans sibiricus on coniferous species in Europe

EPPO Bulletin (2008) 38, 233-238
Y. Baranchikov, E. Mozolevskaya, G. Yurchenko and M. Kenis (2008)
Occurrence of the emerald ash borer, Agrilus planipennis in Russia and its potential impact on European forestry

EPPO Bulletin (2008) 38, 259-263
N.I. Kirichenko, J. Flament, Y.N. Baranchikov and J.-C. Grégoire (2008)
Native and exotic coniferous species in Europe - possible host plants for the potentially invasive Siberian moth, Dendrolimus sibiricus Tschtv. (Lepidoptera, Lasiocampidae)

Entomological Review (2002) 82, 1084-1088
Yu.N. Baranchikov and N.I. Kirichenko (2002)
Feeding and growth of caterpillars of the Siberian moth Dendrolimus superans sibiricus (Lepidoptera, Lasiocampidae) during summer diapause

Journal of Entomological Science (2000) 35, 158-166
Jerome A. Klun, Y.N. Baranchikov, V.C. Mastro, Y. Hijji, J. Nicholson, I. Ragenovich and T.A. Vshivkova (2000)
A sex attractant for the Siberian moth Dendrolimus superans sibiricus (Lepidoptera: Lasiocampidae)

Journal of Forestry Research (1998) 9, 256-260
N.V. Belova, Yu.N. Baranchikov and A. Roques (1998)
New observation of cone flies attacking cones of Picea obovata and Larix sibirica in central Siberia

Annals of the Entomological Society of America (1996) 89, 745-753
Ring T. Cardé, Ralph E. Charlton, William E. Wallner and Yuri N. Baranchikov (1996)
Pheromone-mediated diel activity rhythms of male Asian gypsy moths (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) in relation to female eclosion and temperature

Journal of Economic Entomology (1995) 88, 337-342
William E. Wallner, Lee M. Humble, Robert E. Levin, Yuri N. Baranchikov and Ring T. Cardé (1995)
Response of adult lymantriid moths to illumination devices in the Russian far east