ESA Annual Meetings Online Program

Ten-Minute Papers, P-IE Section, Population Monitoring and Modeling

Tuesday, November 15, 2011: 1:10 PM-5:10 PM
Room A19, First Floor (Reno-Sparks Convention Center)
B. Rogers Leonard
Bonnie B. Pendleton
Robert Meagher

1:15 PM
Acetate esters as pheromone components in congeneric sympatric parasitoids of the wheat stem sawfly
Rex A. Davis, Montana State University ; David K. Weaver, Montana State University
1:51 PM
Capture and host strain of fall armyworm (Spodoptera frugiperda) in traps baited with different pheromone blends
Robert Meagher, USDA - ARS ; Rodney Nagoshi, USDA - ARS ; J. Scott Armstrong, USDA - ARS
2:03 PM
Utilizing Photoshop for quantitative data collection and analysis
Charles P. Hesselein, Alabama Cooperative Extension System
2:15 PM
Development of pheromone-based trapping method for the sweetpotato weevil, Cylas formicarius
Gadi VP. Reddy, University of Guam ; Rosalie S. Kikuchi, University of Guam ; LouAnna T. Manibusan, University of Guam ; Gabriel J. McNassar, University of Guam ; Jenelyn E. Remolona, University of Guam
2:27 PM
Demographic matrix model for informing swallow-wort (Vincetoxicum spp.) biological control
Lindsey R. Milbrath, USDA - ARS ; Jeromy Biazzo, USDA - ARS ; Adam Davis, USDA - ARS
2:39 PM
What’s eating you? Molecular tracking of predation on stink bugs (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) in cotton
Kacie J. Johansen, University of Kentucky ; John R. Ruberson, University of Georgia ; James D. Harwood, University of Kentucky
2:51 PM
A male-produced pheromone attracts both sexes of Sirex noctilio, the European woodwasp
Miriam Cooperband, USDA - APHIS ; Ashley Hartness, USDA - APHIS ; Katalin Böröczky, Pennsylvania State University ; Tappey H. Jones, Virginia Military Institute ; Kelley Zylstra, USDA - APHIS ; Jim Tumlinson, Pennsylvania State University ; Vic Mastro, USDA - APHIS
3:03 PM
3:18 PM
Predicting the spatial distribution of golf course insects using ecological niche models
Matthew J. Petersen, Cornell University ; Daniel C. Peck, Cornell University
3:30 PM
Competitive-trapping: a novel one-step method for estimating absolute density of insects
James R. Miller, Michigan State University ; Larry J. Gut, Michigan State University ; Peter Mcghee, Michigan State University
3:42 PM
Comparative movement of codling moth (Cydia pomonella) in apple orchards under pheromone mating disruption, using hand-applied isomate dispensers, aerosol emitters, and no pheromone
Peter S. McGhee, Michigan State University ; Larry J. Gut, Michigan State University ; James R. Miller, Michigan State University
3:54 PM
Instantaneous trapping efficiency of two pheromone traps for two fruit pests under field conditions
Matthew Grieshop, Michigan State University ; Anne Nielsen, Michigan State University
4:06 PM
4:18 PM
A probabilistic pathway model of forest insect dispersal via recreational firewood transport
Frank H Koch, USDA - Forest Service ; Denys Yemshanov, Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service ; Roger D. Magarey, North Carolina State University ; William D. Smith, USDA - Forest Service
4:30 PM
Adaptations of multivariate tools reveal spatial gradients in Carabidae community dynamics across field-forest ecotones
Timothy W. Leslie, Long Island University ; David J. Biddinger, Pennsylvania State University, Fruit Research & Extension Center ; Jason R. Rohr, University of South Florida ; Shelby Fleischer, Pennsylvania State University
4:42 PM
Using degree-days and plant phenology to predict pest activity
Raymond Young, Auburn University ; David Held, Auburn University
4:54 PM
Trapping spotted wing drosophila (Drosophila suzukii) with apple cider vinegar and wine
Todd B. Adams, Oregon Department of Agriculture ; Peter J. Landolt, USDA - ARS ; Helmuth W. Rogg, Oregon Department of Agriculture