Tuesday, 19 November 2002: 7:00 AM-7:00 PM

Hall A (Convention Center, Ground Level)

Display Presentations, Subsection Ca. Biological Control

D0290The International Society for Pest Information (ISPI): A new non-profit organization promoting information exchange
Christian Borgemeister, Juergen Langewald, Bernhard Zelazny, Olaf Zimmermann
D0291Advances in the protein marking procedure for mark-release-recapture and mark-capture studies
James Hagler
D0292Non-susceptibility of earthworms, Eisenia fetida, to the slug-parasitic nematode Phasmarhabditis hermaphrodita under laboratory conditions
Elizabeth A.B. De Nardo, Anne Sindermann, Sukhbir Grewal, Parwinder S. Grewal
D0293Implications of a weevil expert/information system and biological control of weeds in the United States and Canada
Muhammad Haseeb, Charles W. O'Brien
D0294Phenological model for the field bindweed moth, Tyta luctuosa
James R. Nechols, Soledad C. Villamil, Neil W. Miller, Paul Flinn
D0295Utilization of North American Scrophulariaceae by Mecinus janthinus, a classical biological control agent of the exotic weed Dalmatian toadflax, Linaria dalmatica
Richard Hansen, André Gassmann
D0296Landscape-scale and within wetland movement of Galerucella spp. introduced for management of purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria L.)
Brian P. McCornack, Luke C. Skinner, David Ragsdale
D0297Density and distribution of a coleopteran stem borer on an invasive mustard
Steven J. Rauth, Ruth A. Hufbauer
D0298Biological control of strawberry guava (Psidium cattleianum) in Hawaii
Tracy Johnson, Wendell Sato, Jose Henrique Pedrosa-Macedo, Marcelo Vitorino, Charles Wikler, Cliff Smith
D0299An ultrastructural study of the relationship between the mite Floracarus sp. (Acarina: Eriophyidae) and the fern Lygodium microphyllum (Cav) R. Br (Schizaeaceae)
Thomas Freeman, John A. Goolsby, Sebahat Ozman, Dennis R. Nelson
D0300Reduction in density of spotted knapweed since the establishment of the root moth, Agapeta zoegana L., and the root weevil, Cyphocleonus achates, at three locations in western Montana
Jim M. Story, Janelle Corn, Linda White
D0301The role of plant size, defenses, and nutrients in biological control of water hyacinth
Patrick Moran
D0302Manipulation of weed communities to enhance ground-dwelling predator populations in corn
Judith A. Hough-Goldstein, Mark VanGessel, Jennie Witmer
D0303Characterization of host range and predator effectiveness of field-collected Pterostichus melanarius Ill. (Coleoptera: Carabidae)
Nancy Matteson, Juan M. Alvarez
D0304Using refuges to establish Cotesia flavipes into Louisiana sugarcane
William H. White, T. E. Reagan
D0305Using life tables to measure the contribution of conservation biological control
Steven E. Naranjo, Peter C. Ellsworth
D0306Attractiveness of various flowering plants to adult syrphid flies
George C Hamilton, James H. Lashomb, Jianxin Zhang
D0307Grain sorghum as a trap crop for the corn earworm and stink bugs
P. Glynn Tillman, Michael W. Fairbanks
D0313Paper Withdrawn
D0308Predation, prey preference, and reproduction of a generalist predator, Podisus maculiventris (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae)
Jesusa Legaspi, Ignacio Baez
D0309A comparison of molecular and morphological techniques for measuring parasitism in silverleaf whitefly
Earl Andress, Juli Gould, Arland Oleson, Larry Heilman, Mark A. Quinn
D0310Honey--A potential biopesiticide to control silverleaf whitefly?
Jing S. Hu, Michael B. Blackburn, Dale Gelman
D0311Life history of Eretmocerus mundus Mercet (Hymenoptera: Aphelinidae) on Bemisia tabaci biotype “Q” (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae) using sweet pepper and tomato
Alberto Urbaneja, Philip A. Stansly, David Beltrán, Eugenia Sánchez, Ana Gallego
D0312Effects of tomato volatiles on twospotted spider mites
Byron A Wingerd, Eric J. Hoffman, Greg A Howe, Mark E. Whalon

The 2002 ESA Annual Meeting and Exhibition