ESA Annual Meetings Online Program

Poster Display Presentations, P-IE II

Wednesday, November 16, 2011: 8:00 AM-2:00 PM
Exhibit Hall 3, First Floor (Reno-Sparks Convention Center)
Organizers:
Bonnie B. Pendleton
Megha N. Parajulee


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Evaluating seasonal exposure to soybean aphid (Hemiptera: Aphididae) and yield for Rag1 soybeans
Robert F. Bruner, Iowa State University ; Aaron J. Gassmann, Iowa State University ; Erin W. Hodgson, Iowa State University ; Matthew E. O'Neal, Iowa State University
Larval survival and plant injury of Cry1Ab-susceptible, -resistant, and -heterozygous genotypes of the sugarcane borer on transgenic corn containing single or pyramided Bt genes
David Sindani Wangila, Louisiana State University AgCenter ; B. Rogers Leonard, Louisiana State University AgCenter ; Mukti N. Ghimire, Louisiana State University AgCenter ; Bai Yaoyu, Louisiana State University AgCenter ; Liping Zhang, Louisiana State University AgCenter ; Fangneng Huang, Louisiana State University AgCenter
Development of digitial repositories for pink bollworm (Pectinophora gossypiella) and rangeland grasshopper
Nathan J. Moses-Gonzales, University of Arizona ; Michelle Walters, USDA - APHIS ; Larry E. Jech, USDA ; Bruce E. Tabashnik, University of Arizona ; R. Nelson Foster, USDA
Calculating and testing sequential variables from EPG datasets using SAS
Timothy Ebert, University of Florida ; Elaine Backus, USDA - ARS ; Miguel Cid, Instituto de Ciencias Agrarias - CSIC ; Alberto Fereres, CCMA-CSIC ; Rosana H. Serikawa, University of Florida ; Michael Rogers, University of Florida
Comparative modeling for the development of quarantine treatments
Lisa Gail Neven, USDA - ARS ; Shelley A. Johnson, University of Stellenbosch
Temperature dependent model simulation of greenhouse whitefly and American serpentine leafminer in cherry-tomato greenhouses using microclimate temperature
Jung-Joon Park, Korea University ; Eun Woo Park, Seoul National University ; Kijong Cho, Korea University
Simulation model of Spodoptera exigua (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)
Ju-Won Yoo, Seoul National University ; Chang-Gyu Park, National Academy of Agricultural Science ; Joon-Ho Lee, Seoul National University
Predictive modeling of the effects of climate change on the infestation patterns of a migratory crop pest
Shelby Fleischer, Pennsylvania State University ; Rodney Nagoshi, USDA - ARS ; Robert Meagher, USDA - ARS ; John Westbrook, USDA - ARS
The perils of linear thinking: modeling the effects of climate change on insect pest dynamics
Scott C. Merrill, Colorado State University ; Frank B. Peairs, Colorado State University
Detection of vectors and pathogens: ISCA's smart traps and nanosensory arrays
Agenor Mafra-Neto, ISCA Technologies ; Lyndsie Stoltman, ISCA Technologies ; Youngwoo Rheem, ISCA Technologies ; Eamonn Keogh, University of California ; Kim Spencer, ISCA Technologies ; Allen Veach, ISCA Technologies
Wireworm survey of small grain fields in Montana
Anuar Morales-Rodriguez, Montana State University ; Emily Rohwer, Montana State University ; Kevin Wanner, Montana State University
2010 multistate rice insect survey
Anna Meszaros, LSU AgCenter ; N.A. Hummel, LSU AgCenter ; Bryce Blackman, Louisiana State University AgCenter ; Michael J. Stout, Louisiana State University AgCenter ; MO. Way, Texas A&M AgriLife Research & Extension Center ; Kelly V. Tindall, University of Missouri ; Gus Lorenz, University of Arkansas ; Jeffrey Gore, Mississippi State University ; John L. Bernhardt, University of Arkansas ; Krisanna L. Machtmes, Louisiana State University AgCenter
A study of the gall midges (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) on hackberries (Celtis: Ulmaceae) in North America
John C. Moser, USDA - Forest Service ; Raymond Gagne, USDA, Systematic Entomology Laboratory (SEL)
Current status of ecological researches on forest insect pests in Korea Forest Research Institute, Korea
Sang Hyun Koh, Korea Forest Research Institute ; Won Il Choi, Korea Forest Research Institute ; Youngwoo Nam, Korea Forest Research Institute
Morphological phenotypic plasticity of Monochamus saltuarius (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) during post-diapause development in response to temperature
Youngwoo Nam, Korea Forest Research Institute ; Sang Hyun Koh, Korea Forest Research Institute ; Won Il Choi, Korea Forest Research Institute
Dispersal patterns of exotic forest pests in Korea
Won Il Choi, Korea Forest Research Institute ; Sang Hyun Koh, Korea Forest Research Institute ; Young-Seuk Park, Hyung Hee University
Using insect pollinator movement behavior and plant demography to predict the range expansion of a federally threatened plant
Helena Puche, University of Illinois at Chicago ; Jenny Zambrano, University of Illinois at Chicago ; Joy Marburguer, National Park Service
Assessing the utility of a molecular diagnostic marker for identification of Africanized honey bees in the United States
Allen L. Szalanski, University of Arkansas ; Amber D. Tripodi, University of Arkansas
Tracking honey bee (Apis mellifera) movement with protein markers to enhance gene flow evaluations
James R. Hagler, USDA - ARS ; Shannon C. Mueller, University of California ; Larry R. Teuber, University of California
Honey bee, Apis mellifera, colonies treated with synthetic brood pheromone (SuperBoost) make more honey
John H. Borden, Contech Enterprises Inc ; Cameron G. Lait, Contech Enterprises Inc ; Ervin Kovacs, Contech Enterprises Inc ; Michael Campbell, Contech Enterprises Inc
Bottom-up effects on pollinator nutrition and health
Yasmin J. Cardoza, North Carolina State University ; Gabriel K. Harris, North Carolina State University ; Christina Grozinger, Pennsylvania State University
Assessing pollinator and vegetation response to the USDA State Acres for Wildlife Enhancement (SAFE) program for the Karner blue butterfly
Paula Kleintjes Neff, University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire ; Otto Renner, University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire ; Evan Weiher, University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire ; Brianna Schmidt, University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire
Hawaiian Hylaeus (Hymenoptera: Colletidae): potential pollinators in the Pacific?
Heather F. Sahli, Shippensburg University ; Jonathan Koch, Utah State University
Managing key pests of ornamental crops with tolfenpyrad (Hachi-HachTM)
Scott W. Ludwig, Nichino America, Inc ; Christi L. Palmer, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey ; Todd Bunnell, SePRO Corporation ; James C. Adams, Nichino America, Inc ; Pedro Hernandez, Nichino America, Inc ; Botond Balogh, Nichino America, Inc ; Allison Walston, Nichino America, Inc
Pollen preference of Osmia lignaria in eastern orchards
Mark E. Kraemer, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University ; Francoise D. Favi, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Effects of methyl jasmonate applications on insect pests of crucifers
Crystal L. McEwen, Colorado State University ; Whitney Cranshaw, Colorado State University
Biochemical aspects of lettuce plant resistance to leafminers and aphids
Nasir Masood, University of California Cooperative Extension, Davis
Olfactory response of pepper weevil Anthonomus eugenii (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) to Capsicum annuum volatiles
Julio C. Velazquez-Gonzalez, Colegio de Postgraduados ; Juan Cibrian-Tovar, Colegio de Postgraduados
Potential for plant odors as repellants for redbay ambrosia beetle, a vector of laurel wilt disease
Emily H. Kuhns, University of Florida ; Wendy L. Meyer, University of Florida ; Jorge E. Peña, University of Florida ; Lukasz L. Stelinski, University of Florida
Biosynthesis of defense-priming volatiles from Opuntia associated with cactus boring moth (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) herbivory
Anastasia M. Woodard, Arkansas State University ; John Hubstenberger, Arkansas State University ; Fabrico Medina-Bolivar, Arkansas State University ; Greg Phillips, Arkansas State University ; Travis D. Marsico, Arkansas State University
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Biological activity of some essential oils on red palm weevil, Rhynchophorus ferrugineus olivier (Curculionidae: Coleoptera)
Saleh A. Aldosari, King Saud University ; Polana SPV. Vidyasagar, King Saud University ; Paraj Shukla, King Saud University ; MM. Abdel-Azim, King Saud University
Behavioral and electrophysiological responses of the lesser chestnut weevil, Curculio sayi, to individual volatile organic compounds indentified from host plant
Bruce A. Barrett, University of Missouri ; Ian W. Keesey, University of Missouri ; William Terrell Stamps, University of Missouri ; Chung-Ho Lin, University of Missouri
Characterization of volatile compounds associated with thousand cankers disease and walnut twig beetle in northern California black walnut, Juglans hindsii
Lori J. Nelson, USDA - Forest Service ; Steven J. Seybold, USDA - Forest Service ; Richard M. Bostock, University of California, Davis ; Tatiana Roubtsova, University of California, Davis ; Tivonne Nguyen, University of California, Davis ; Stacy Hishinuma, University of California, Davis ; Paul L. Dallara, University of California, Davis ; Andrew D Graves, USDA - Forest Service
Studies of the chemical ecology of Laricobius nigrinus
William P. Shepherd, USDA - Forest Service ; Albert E. Mayfield, USDA - Forest Service ; Brian T. Sullivan, USDA - Forest Service ; Kimberly F. Wallin, University of Vermont
Insecticide treatment increases survival of coast live oaks (Quercus agrifolia) infected with Phytophthora ramorum, cause of sudden oak death, in coastal California
Brice A. McPherson, University of California ; David L. Wood, University of California ; Pavel Svihra, University of California Cooperative Extension ; Andrew J. Storer, Michigan Technological University ; Richard B. Standiford, University of California
Effects of silvicultural treatments on forest stand susceptibility to southern pine beetle (Dendroctonus frontalis) outbreaks
David R. Coyle, University of Georgia ; John T. Nowak, USDA - Forest Service ; Kamal JK. Gandhi, University of Georgia
Potential impacts of spray deposition from applications of carbaryl to protect individual trees from bark beetle attack
Christopher J. Fettig, USDA - Forest Service ; A. Steven Munson, USDA - Forest Service ; Stephen R. McKelvey, USDA - Forest Service ; Parshall B. Bush, University of Georgia
One-, two- and three-year control of emerald ash borer with systemic insecticides
Deborah G. McCullough, Michigan State University ; Andrea Anulewicz, Michigan State University ; Therese M. Poland, USDA - Forest Service ; Phillip Lewis, USDA - APHIS
Differential response of ambrosia beetles to various tree species injected with ethanol
Michael E. Reding, USDA - ARS ; Christopher Ranger, USDA - ARS ; Jason Oliver, Tennessee State University ; Peter B. Schultz, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Evaluation of chemical treatments for the management of granulate ambrosia beetle and camphor shot borer in nursery trees
Jason Oliver, Tennessee State University ; Michael E. Reding, USDA - ARS ; Christopher M. Ranger, USDA - ARS ; Peter B. Schultz, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University ; Nadeer Youssef, Tennessee State University ; James Moyseenko, USDA - ARS ; Alicia M. Bray, Tennessee State University
Transitioning apple growers to non-OP spray programs in Kentucky
Ric Bessin, University of Kentucky ; Patty Lucas, University of Kentucky
Insect growth regulator insecticides nim and rynaxypyr for lesser mealworm Alphitobius diaperinus control
Janaina Zorzetti, Universidade Estadual de Londrina ; P. Neves, Universidade Estadual de Londrina ; Patricia Santoro, IAPAR _ Instituto Agronomico do Paraná ; Kelly Constanski, Universidade Estadual de Londrina ; Inês Fonseca, Universidade Estadual de Londrina
Can diflubenzuron be used to control isopods in no-till crop systems?
Kerri Farnsworth-Hoback, University of Nebraska - Kearney ; Monluedee Luecha, University of Nebraska - Kearney
Behavioral responses of pest mole crickets, Scapteriscus spp. (Orthoptera: Gryllotalpidae), to selected insecticides
Olga Kostromytska, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey ; Eileen A. Buss, University of Florida
Efficacy of  new insecticides on control of aphids and leafminers in lettuce
Jianlong Bi, University of California Cooperative Extension
Effect of insecticides on whitefly transmission of squash vein yellowing virus
Susan Webb, University of Florida ; Felix Cervantes, University of Florida
The effects of spider mite behavior and spray coverage on the performance of two miticides
Xavier Martini, Texas A&M University - Texas AgriLIFE Extension ; Natalie Kincy, Texas Tech University ; Christian Nansen, Texas A&M University - Texas AgriLIFE Extension
Patterns of insecticide use in California rice
Luis Espino, University of California Cooperative Extension
Transcriptional profiling of soybean to assess physiological effects of neonicotinoid seed treatment on soybean aphid, Aphis glycines matsumura (Hemiptera: Aphididae)
Mitchell D. Stamm, University of Nebraska - Lincoln ; Tiffany M. Heng-Moss, University of Nebraska - Lincoln ; Frederick Baxendale, University of Nebraska - Lincoln ; Blair D. Siegfried, University of Nebraska - Lincoln ; Roch E. Gaussoin, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
The insect community in soybeans planted with insecticidal seed treatment
Kelley J. Tilmon, South Dakota State University ; Devi Ram Kandel, South Dakota State University
Assessing the benefits of pyramids and seed treatments for soybean aphid (Aphis glycines) host plant resistance
Michael T. McCarville, Iowa State University ; Matthew E. O'Neal, Iowa State University ; Walter R. Fehr, Iowa State University ; Brian P. McCornack, Kansas State University ; Kelley Tilmon, South Dakota State University ; Eileen M. Cullen, University of Wisconsin ; Bruce D. Potter, University of Minnesota
Effects of sulfoxaflor insecticide on growth and vigor of soybean
Mary Kubiszak, Dow AgroSciences ; Ed King, Dow AgroSciences ; Jamey Thomas, Dow AgroSciences
Managing key pests in potatoes with tolfenpyrad (RycarTM 15EC) insecticide
Allison Walston, Nichino America, Inc ; Adam Wimer, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University ; Thomas Kuhar, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University ; James C. Adams, Nichino America, Inc ; Pedro Hernandez, Nichino America, Inc ; Botond Balogh, Nichino America, Inc ; Scott Ludwig, Nichino America, Inc
Managing key pests in vegetables with tolfenpyrad (ToracTM 15EC) insecticide
Botond Balogh, Nichino America, Inc ; James C. Adams, Nichino America, Inc ; Allison Walston, Nichino America, Inc ; Pedro Hernandez, Nichino America, Inc ; Scott Ludwig, Nichino America, Inc
Managing thrips in vegetable crops with tolfenpyrad 15EC insecticide
Pedro Hernandez, Nichino America, Inc ; James C. Adams, Nichino America, Inc ; Allison Walston, Nichino America, Inc ; Botond Balogh, Nichino America, Inc ; Scott Ludwig, Nichino America, Inc
Biological attributes of DuPont Cyazypyr™ (DPX-HGW86, Cyantraniliprole) new cross-spectrum insecticide
Hector E. Portillo, DuPont Crop Protection ; Juan M. Alvarez, DuPont Crop Protection ; Rachel A. Cameron, DuPont Crop Protection ; I. Billy Annan, DuPont Crop Protection ; Joseph P. Saienni, DuPont Crop Protection ; Christopher J. Williams, DuPont Crop Protection ; James D. Barry, DuPont Crop Protection ; Mary P. Koechert, DuPont Crop Protection ; Robert M. Leighty, DuPont Crop Protection ; Don G. Clagg, DuPont Crop Protection ; Christopher E. Clark, DuPont Crop Protection
Fit of DuPont Cyazypyr™ (DPX-HGW86, Cyantraniliprole) in soil application methods for pest control and crop protection
Rachel A. Cameron, DuPont Crop Protection ; Hector E. Portillo, DuPont Crop Protection ; I. Billy Annan, DuPont Crop Protection ; Danny M. Tamayo, DuPont Crop Protection ; Christopher J. Williams, DuPont Crop Protection ; Edward B. Lang, DuPont Crop Protection ; Christian T. Pedersen, DuPont Crop Protection ; Robert F. Dietrich, DuPont Crop Protection ; Larry J. Watson, DuPont Crop Protection ; William R. Tillotson, DuPont Crop Protection ; James A. McMillan, DuPont Crop Protection ; David L. Ryan, DuPont Crop Protection ; R. Scott Swain, DuPont Crop Protection ; Cheryl Bellin, DuPont Crop Protection
Impact of DuPont Cyazypyr™ on control of leafminer pests in vegetable crops
I. Billy Annan, DuPont Crop Protection ; Wayne J. Steele, DuPont Crop Protection ; Danny M. Tamayo, DuPont Crop Protection ; Hector E. Portillo, DuPont Crop Protection ; Charles S. Baer, DuPont Crop Protection ; Fabio M. Andrade-Silva, DuPont do Brasil ; John Wiles, DuPont (U.K.) Limited ; Juan M. Alvarez, DuPont Crop Protection
The role of DuPont Cyazypyr ™ in the management of Bactericera cockerelli and the zebra chip disease in the potato crop
Juan M. Alvarez, DuPont Crop Protection ; I. Billy Annan, DuPont Crop Protection ; Hector E. Portillo, DuPont Crop Protection ; Mark S. Christie, DuPont ; Geoff W Cornwell, DuPont Crop Protection ; Brendan P. Ahern, DuPont Crop Protection ; Jose del R. Munoz, DuPont Crop Protection ; Fabio M. Andrade, DuPont Crop Protection ; Charles S. Baer, DuPont Crop Protection
Rice planthopper management and reduction of vectored diseases using DuPont Cyazypyr™
Daniel Vincent, DuPont Crop Protection ; I. Billy Annan, DuPont Crop Protection ; Vineet Singh, DuPont India Pvt Ltd ; Hector E. Portillo, DuPont Crop Protection ; Kok Eng Ooi, DuPont Malaysia Sdn Bhd ; Rajul Edoliya, E.I. DuPont India Pvt. Ltd ; Yong C. Hahn, DuPont Singapore Ltd
Susceptibility of eight Cry1Ab corn-resistant strains of sugarcane borer to three individual Cry toxins
Fangneng Huang, Louisiana State University AgCenter ; Mukti Ghimire, Louisiana State University AgCenter ; B. Rogers Leonard, Louisiana State University AgCenter ; Yu Cheng Zhu, USDA - ARS ; Yaoyu Bai, Louisiana State University AgCenter ; Liping Zhang, Louisiana State University AgCenter ; David Sindani Wangila, Louisiana State University AgCenter ; Yunlong Yang, Louisiana State University AgCenter
Effect of the growth rate of Bacillus thuringiensis in the cry protein production and their toxicity against S. frugiperda
Josefina Barrera-Cortés, Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del Instituto Politécnico Nacional ; Reynold Farrera Rebollo, Escuela Nacional de Ciencias Biológicas del Instituto Politécnico Nacional
Characterization of Diabrotica virgifera virgifera colonies selected for tolerance to Event DAS-59122-7
Stephen D. Thompson, Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc ; Analiza P. Alves, Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc ; Megan M. McCallister, Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc ; Matt Wihlm, Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc ; J. Khai Tran, Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc
Field trial performance of Refuge Advanced™ powered by SmartStax® for control of western corn rootworm in the U.S. Corn Belt
Patricia Prasifka, Dow AgroSciences ; Dwain M. Rule, Dow AgroSciences ; Kevin Johnson, Dow AgroSciences ; William H. Hendrix, Dow AgroSciences ; Nick Storer, Dow AgroSciences
Field performance of Optimum® AcreMax® insect protection against corn rootworm
Murdick J. McLeod, Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc ; Roxanne Fegley, Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc
Field performance of Optimum® AcreMax® insect protection against key lepidopteran pests of corn
Roxanne Fegley, Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc ; Murdick J. McLeod, Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc
SPLAT controlled release semiochemical bait and kill formulations for sustained fruit fly management under humid conditions
Lyndsie Stoltman, ISCA Technologies ; Rafael Borges, ISCA Technologies ; Diego Zeni, ISCA Technologies ; Agenor Mafra-Neto, ISCA Technologies
Lethal and sublethal effects of vector-expressed insecticidal and antimicrobial peptides on the Asian citrus psyllid
Harsimran Gill, University of Florida ; Gaurav Goyal, University of Florida ; Siddarame Gowda, University of Florida ; William Dawson, University of Florida ; Kirsten P Stelinski, University of Florida
Field trials with Metarhizium spp. against rangeland grasshopper (Orthoptera: Acrididae) populations in the western US
Larry E. Jech, USDA ; R. Nelson Foster, USDA ; K. Chris Reuter, USDA ; Lonnie R. Black, USDA ; Stefan Jaronski, USDA - ARS ; Donald W. Roberts, Utah State University
Outdoor evaluation of Beauveria and Metarhizium fungi for mormon cricket management
Stefan T. Jaronski, USDA ; R. Nelson Foster, USDA ; K. Chris Reuter, USDA ; Lonnie R. Black, USDA ; Robin Schlothauer, USDA ; Donald W. Roberts, Utah State University
Field evaluation of a sub-lethal insecticide stressor with Beauveria bassiana for control of rangeland grasshoppers
R. Nelson Foster, USDA ; Larry E. Jech, USDA ; K. Chris Reuter, USDA ; Lonnie R. Black, USDA ; Stefan T. Jaronski, USDA ; Donald W. Roberts, Utah State University
Impact of the entomopathogenic fungus Beauveriia bassiana on several biological control agents
Maribel Portilla, USDA - ARS ; Gordon Snodgrass, USDA - ARS ; Randy Luttrell, USDA - ARS
Does competition from stemborers increase parasitism rates of the gall former Asphondylia borrichiae (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae)?
Keith H Stokes, University of South Florida ; Peter Stiling, University of South Florida
Estimation of developmental parameters for adult emergence of Gonatocerus morgani, a novel egg parasitoid of the glassy-winged sharpshooter, and development of a degree-day model
Sunghoon Baek, West Virginia University ; Youngsoo Son, California Department of Food and Agriculture ; Hannah Nadel, USDA - APHIS ; Marshall W. Johnson, University of California, Riverside ; David Morgan, California Department of Food and Agriculture
Establishment, spread, and non-target effects of Eretmocerus mundus (Hymenoptera: Aphelinidae) for control of Bemisia tabaci in central California
Charles H. Pickett, California Department of Food and Agriculture ; Dan Keaveny, California Department of Food and Agriculture ; Marypat Stadtherr, California Department of Food and Agriculture
Managing the stinging nettle caterpillar, Darna pallivitta, in Hawaii with a newly introduced natural enemy (Aroplectrus dimerus)
Renato Bautista, Hawaii Department of Agriculture ; Juliana A. Yalemar, Hawaii Department of Agriculture ; Patrick Conant, Hawaii Department of Agriculture ; Derek K. Arakaki, Hawaii Department of Agriculture
Emerald ash borer larval mortality and the increasing impact of native natural enemies
Andrew R. Tluczek, Michigan State University ; Deborah G. McCullough, Michigan State University
An innovative method for laboratory rearing of emerald ash borer larvae for parasitoid production
Jian Duan, USDA ; Tim Watt, University of Delaware ; Craig Oppel, USDA
The South Dakota bark beetle caper, 2002 -2011
Adrian S. Juttner, Adrian's Tree Service Inc
Parasitism and predation patterns of light brown apple (Epiphyas postvittana) moth eggs in California
William Roltsch, California Department of Food and Agriculture ; Nada Carruthers, USDA - APHIS ; Richard Stouthamer, University of California, Riverside
Effects of parasitized greenbugs (Schizaphis graminum) on Chrysoperla rufilabris larval development and adult body weight
Casi N. Jessie, Oklahoma State University ; Kristopher L. Giles, Oklahoma State University
Regulation of Russian wheat aphid (Diuraphis noxia) populations with natural enemies present in the wheat system
Terri L. Randolph, Colorado State University ; Cynthia Walker, Colorado State University ; Scott C. Merrill, Colorado State University ; Michael Koch, Colorado State University ; Frank B. Peairs, Colorado State University
Slugs- accidental or intentional predators of insects?
George D. Hoffman, Oregon State University ; Sujaya Rao, Oregon State University
Influence of harvesting practices on predation in alfalfa and adjacent cotton in New Mexico
Jane Breen Pierce, New Mexico State University ; Patricia E. Monk, New Mexico State University
Movement of Lygus hesperus and associated natural enemies in trap-cropped strawberries
Sean Swezey, University of California, Santa Cruz ; James R. Hagler, USDA - ARS ; Charles H. Pickett, California Department of Food and Agriculture ; Scott A. Machtley, USDA - ARS ; Diego J. Nieto, University of California, Santa Cruz ; Janet A. Bryer, University of California, Santa Cruz
Floral resources enhance aphid suppression by the hoverfly Eupeodes fumipennis
Brian N. Hogg, University of California, Berkeley ; Erik H. Nelson, University of California, Berkeley ; Nicholas J. Mills, University of California, Berkeley ; Kent M. Daane, University of California, Berkeley
Ornamental pepper: a potential banker plants for augmentation of predatory mites, Amblyseius swirskii (Acari: Phytoseiidae)
Yingfang Xiao, University of Florida ; Lance Osborne, University of Florida ; Jianjun Chen, University of Florida ; Cindy McKenzie, USDA - ARS ; Pasco B. Avery, University of Florida ; Katherine Houben, University of Florida ; Fabieli Irizarry, University of Florida
Companion plants in greenhouses: potential for pest monitoring, trapping, and natural enemy open rearing
Emily Pochubay, Michigan State University ; Matthew Grieshop, Michigan State University ; Jeanne Himmelein, Michigan State University ; Mark Elzinga, Elzinga and Hoeksema Greenhouses
Trophobiotic relationship between Solenopsis invicta and rhodesgrass mealybug (Hemiptera, Pseudococcidae) and the potential impact on fire ant management
Melissa K. Layton, Texas A&M University ; Julio S. Bernal, Texas A&M University ; S. Bradleigh Vinson, Texas A&M University
Natural enemies of Diaphorina citri Kuwayama (Hemiptera: Psyllidae) in the citrus orchards of Mexico
J. Isabel López-Arroyo, INIFAP ; Alejandro González-Hernández, UANL ; Jesús Loera-Gallardo, INIFAP ; Marco A. Reyes-Rosas, INIFAP ; E. Cortés-Mondaca, INIFAP
Predation of lepidopteran eggs in New Mexico pecan orchards
Devin Bendixsen, New Mexico State University ; Jane Breen Pierce, New Mexico State University ; Patricia E. Monk, New Mexico State University ; Derik Bendixsen, New Mexico State University
Spider diversity in longleaf pine stands invaded by cogongrass
Kristyn E. Carroll, Auburn University ; David Held, Auburn University ; Sallie Martin, Auburn University
Improvements in mass-rearing predators of hemlock woolly adelgid
J. Patrick Parkman, University of Tennessee
Functional and numerical response of Laricobius spp. predators (Coleoptera: Derodontidae) to hemlock woolly adelgid, Adelges tsugae (Hemiptera: Adelgidae)
Ligia Cota Vieira, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University ; Scott M. Salom, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University ; Loke T. Kok, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Lady beetle composition and abundance in sweet corn bordered by pasture, buckwheat or sunflower plantings
John D. Sedlacek, Kentucky State University ; Karen L. Friley, Kentucky State University
The Lost Ladybug Project
Leslie Allee, Cornell University ; John Losey, Cornell University ; Rebecca Smyth, Cornell University
Metabolic profiling: a new tool in the prediction of host-specificity in classical biological control of weeds?
Carole B. Rapo, University of Idaho ; Hariet L. Hinz, CABI ; Sanford D. Eigenbrode, University of Idaho ; John Gaskin, USDA - ARS ; Urs Schaffner, CABI ; William J. Price, University of Idaho ; Mark Schwarzländer, University of Idaho
Master Gardener IPM: teaching strategies for conserving beneficial arthropods in Oklahoma gardens
Eric J. Rebek, Oklahoma State University ; Janette A. Steets, Oklahoma State University ; Janet C. Cole, Oklahoma State University ; Brian A. Kahn, Oklahoma State University
Learning organic farming while working with college students and small farmers in South Texas
Raul T. Villanueva, Texas A&M University - Texas AgriLIFE Extension ; Luis Ribera, Texas A&M University - Texas AgriLIFE Extension ; Gabriela Esparza-Diaz, Texas A&M University - Texas AgriLIFE Extension
Educational materials for teaching pesticide label comprehension in developing countries
Patricia Ann Hipkins, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University ; Donald E. Mullins, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
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