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Citizen Scientist Tagging Reveals Destinations of Migrating Monarch Butterflies, Danaus plexippus (L.) from the Pacific Northwest
ABSTRACT. The fall migration of Monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus) in the Pacific Northwest (PNW) was studied in an unfunded citizen science project during 2012—16 by tagging 13778 reared andExpand
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First Report of Infection of Poison Hemlock and Celery by Apium virus Y in Washington State.
A commercial field of celery (Apium graveolens var. dulce) cvs. Conquistador and Sabroso was planted with sets between 1 June and 10 July 2004 in Pierce County in western Washington (WA). In lateExpand
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Beauty with benefits: butterfly conservation in Washington State, USA, wine grape vineyards
The butterfly fauna of south central Washington State, USA is characterized by shrub-steppe specialists adapted to hot, dry summers and cold winters. However, the shrub-steppe ecosystem hasExpand
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Parasitism of Lygus spp. nymphs by the parasitoid wasp, Peristenus howardi, in the alfalfa seed-growing region of the Pacific Northwest
The parasitoid, Peristenus howardi Shaw (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) has been found to parasitize a large proportion of Lygus species in some Washington and Idaho alfalfa seed fields. During 2002-2003 aExpand
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Beneficial Insects Attracted to Native Flowering Buckwheats (Eriogonum Michx) in Central Washington
ABSTRACT Native plant and beneficial insect associations are relatively unstudied yet are important in native habitat restoration programs aimed at improving conservation biological control inExpand
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Beneficial insects associated with stinging nettle, Urtica dioica Linnaeus, in central Washington State
Abstract. Beneficial insects (predators, parasitoids, pollinators) associated with stinging nettles, Urtica dioica Linnaeus (Urticaceae), were sampled at three sites in central Washington duringExpand
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Beneficial Insect Attraction to Milkweeds (Asclepias speciosa, Asclepias fascicularis) in Washington State, USA
Native plant and beneficial insect associations are relatively unstudied yet are important in native habitat restoration programs for improving and sustaining conservation biological control ofExpand
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Population Biology and Behavior of the Imperiled Philotiella leona (Lycaenidae) in South Central Oregon
ABSTRACT. The sole known metapopulation of Philotiella leona on the Mazama Tree Farm (MTF) and adjacent areas of the Winema National Forest (WNF) in the Antelope Desert of Klamath County, OregonExpand
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Multi-glass investigation of Stage III glass dissolution behavior from 22 to 90 °C triggered by the addition of zeolite phases
Abstract The corrosion of glass waste forms for nuclear waste immobilization is a key metric of their performance. Stage III behavior, the delayed acceleration of glass corrosion, remains the aspectExpand
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Identity and Seasonal Abundance of Beneficial Arthropods Associated with Big Sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata) in Central Washington State, USA
Big sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata) characterizes and dominates the sagebrush steppe, the largest temperate semi-desert ecosystem in North America. The beneficial arthropod fauna hosted by A.Expand
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