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Biological control by natural enemies
1. Pests, pesticides and biological control 2. Natural enemies 3. Biological control ecology 4. Early naturalists and experiments 5. The first foreign explorers 6. Modern foreign exploration andExpand
Species of Aphytis of the World: Hymenoptera: Aphelinidae
I. General.- Acknowledgments.- Historical Review.- Some Nomenclatural Considerations.- The gender of Aphytis.- Transliteration of Russian names.- Collecting and Mounting Specimens.- DevelopmentalExpand
Species of Aphytis of the World
Foraging and oviposition decisions in the parasitoid Aphytis lingnanensis : distinguishing the influences of egg load and experience
(1) We used an experimental protocol that allowed us to distinguish the relative influences of egg load and experience with host contact on foraging behaviour and clutch size decisions in theExpand
The role of taxonomy in effective biological control programs
Abstract Reliable taxonomy is the basis for any meaningful research in biology. This is especially true in applied biological control, where correct identification of both the target pest species andExpand
THE EFFECTS OF SYCOPHAGA SYCOMORI L. ON THE STRUCTURE AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE SYNCONIA IN FICUS SYCOMORUS L.
SUMMARY The anatomy of the syconia and flowers in the sycomore fig (Fiats sycomorus) has been studied. The developmental course of the ovules and pollen grains and their ultimate structure wereExpand
Phenology of the honeydew moth, Cryptoblabes gnidiella (Millière) (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae), on avocado in Israel.
The polyphagous honeydew moth, Cryptoblabes gnidiella (Milliere) (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae), is often associated with coccoids and their honeydew but may also infest avocado fruit as a primary pest. AExpand
Biosystematic studies on the Aphidiidae of Israel (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonoidea). 2. The genera Ephedrus and Praon.
The authors present descriptions, records and biological data for the spccies of the genera Ephedrus and Praon occurring in Israel. Praon unitum, sp. n. is described. GENUS EPHEDR US HALIDAY 1833Expand
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