Vol. 84, No. 4 (December 2001)

Table of Contents

Articles

CACTOBLASTIS CACTORUM (LEPIDOPTERA: PYRALIDAE) IN NORTH AMERICA: A WORKSHOP OF ASSESSMENT AND PLANNING PDF
Daniel L. Mahr 465
OPUNTIA CACTI OF NORTH AMERICA--AN OVERVIEW PDF
Jon P. Rebman and Donald J. Pinkava 474
THE ORNAMENTAL PRICKLY PEAR INDUSTRY IN THE SOUTHWESTERN UNITED STATES PDF
Mary Irish 484
THE IMPORTANCE OF OPUNTIA IN MEXICO AND ROUTES OF INVASION AND IMPACT OF CACTOBLASTIS CACTORUM (LEPIDOPTERA: PYRALIDAE) PDF
J. Soberon, J. Golubov, and J. Sarukhán 486
Uses of Opuntia species and the potential impact of Cactoblastis cactorum (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) in Mexico PDF
A. L. Vigueras G. and L. Portillo 493
Addressing the threat of Cactoblastis cactorum (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae), to Opuntia in Mexico PDF
Mayra Perez-Sandi C. 499
PRICKLY PEAR CACTI PESTS AND THEIR CONTROL IN MEXICO PDF
Mohammad H. Badii and Adriana E. Flores 503
Protecting rare Florida cacti from attack by the exotic cactus moth, Cactoblastis cactorum (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) PDF
Peter Stiling and Daniel C. Moon 506
CHEMICAL CONTROL OF CACTOBLASTIS CACTORUM (LEPIDOPTERA: PYRALIDAE) PDF
Gary L. Leibee and Lance S. Osborne 510
POTENTIAL AND RISKS OF BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF CACTOBLASTIS CACTORUM (LEPIDOPTERA: PYRALIDAE) IN NORTH AMERICA PDF
Robert W. Pemberton and Hugo A. Cordo 513
NOSEMA (MICROSPORIDA: NOSEMATIDAE) SPECIES AS POTENTIAL BIOLOGICAL CONTROL AGENTS OF CACTOBLASTIS CACTORUM (LEPIDOPTERA: PYRALIDAE): SURVEYS FOR THE MICROSPORIDIA IN ARGENTINA AND SOUTH AFRICA PDF
Robert W. Pemberton and Hugo A. Cordo 527
Applications of F1 sterility for research and management of Cactoblastis cactorum (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) PDF
James E. Carpenter, Kenneth A. Bloem and Stephanie Bloem 531
Inherited sterility in Cactoblastis cactorum (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) PDF
J. E. Carpenter, S. Bloem and K. A. Bloem 537
The renowned cactus moth, Cactoblastis cactorum (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae): its natural history and threat to native Opuntia floras in Mexico and the United States of America PDF
H. G. Zimmermann, V. C. Moran and J. H. Hoffmann 543
INSECT SURVEYS IN THE SOUTHEAST: INVESTIGATING A RELICTUAL ENTOMOFAUNA PDF
Paul E. Skelley and Peter W. Kovarik 552
THE ALL TAXA BIOLOGICAL INVENTORY OF THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK PDF
Michael J. Sharkey 556
THE EVOLUTION OF BIOLUMINESCENCE IN CANTHAROIDS (COLEOPTERA: ELATEROIDEA) PDF
Marc A. Branham and John W. Wenzel 565
ON RESEARCH AND ENTOMOLOGICAL EDUCATION V: A SPECIES (C)ONCEPT FOR FIREFLYERS, AT THE BENCH AND IN OLD FIELDS, AND BACK TO THE WISCONSIAN GLACIER PDF
James E. Lloyd 587
CONSUMPTION AND OVIPOSITION RATES OF SIX PHYTOSEIID SPECIES FEEDING ON EGGS OF THE CASSAVA GREEN MITE MONONYCHELLUS TANAJOA (ACARI: TETRANYCHIDAE) PDF
Maria E. Cuellar, Paul-Andre Calatayud, Elsa L. Melo, Lincoln Smith and Anthony C. Bellott 602
Numerical response of Olla v-nigrum (Coleoptera: coccinellidae) to infestations of Asian Citrus PSyllid, (HemipterA: PSyllidae) in florida PDF
J. P. Michaud 608
A FURTHER CONTRIBUTION TO THE SYSTEMATICS OF THE TRIBE MEROPACHYINI (HETEROPTERA: COREIDAE: MEROPACHYINAE) PDF
Harry Brailovsky and Ernesto Barrera 613
EFFECTS OF THE INSECT GROWTH REGULATOR FENOXYCARB ON IMMATURE CHRYSOPERLA RUFILABRIS (NEUROPTERA: CHRYSOPIDAE) PDF
Tong-Xian Liu and Tian-ye Chen 628
FEEDING ON METHYL EUGENOL AND FAGRAEA BERTERIANA FLOWERS INCREASES LONG-RANGE FEMALE ATTRACTION BY MALES OF THE ORIENTAL FRUIT FLY (DIPTERA: TEPHRITIDAE) PDF
Todd E. Shelly 634
DISTRIBUTION AND MOVEMENT OF ADULT DIAPREPES ABBREVIATUS (COLEOPTERA: CURCULIONIDAE) IN A FLORIDA CITRUS GROVE PDF
H. N. Nigg, S. E. Simpson, L. E. Ramos, T. Tomerlin, J. M. Harrison, and N. Cuyler 641
DESCRIPTION OF CHOREBUS DENTICURVATUS SP. NOV. AND THE EXUVIAE OF ITS FINAL LARVAL INSTAR (HYMENOPTERA: BRACONIDAE: ALYSIINAE) PDF
J. Pardo, J. Tormos and M. J. Verdú 652
EVALUATION OF COMMERCIAL PHEROMONE LURES AND TRAPS FOR MONITORING MALE FALL ARMYWORM (LEPIDOPTERA: NOCTUIDAE) IN THE COASTAL REGION OF CHIAPAS, MEXICO PDF
Edi A. Malo, Leopoldo Cruz-Lopez, Javier Valle-Mora, Armando Virgen, Jose A. Sanchez and J 659
EGG LAYING BEHAVIOR OF MEDITERRANEAN FRUIT FLIES (DIPTERA: TEPHRITIDAE): IS SOCIAL FACILITATION IMPORTANT? PDF
Reuven Dukas, Ronald J Prokopy, Dan R. Papaj and Jian Jun Duan 665
EFFICACY OF SPINOSAD BAIT SPRAYS TO CONTROL MEDITERRANEAN AND CARIBBEAN FRUIT FLIES (DIPTERA: TEPHRITIDAE) IN COMMERCIAL CITRUS IN FLORIDA PDF
R. E. Burns, D. L. Harris, D. S. Moreno and J. E. Eger 672
ROLES OF PUTRESCINE AND 1-PYRROLINE IN ATTRACTIVENESS OF TECHNICAL-GRADE PUTRESCINE TO THE MEXICAN FRUIT FLY (DIPTERA: TEPHRITIDAE) PDF
David C. Robacker 679
A NEW SPECIES OF ANICETUS (HYMENOPTERA: ENCYRTIDAE) PARASITIZING TERRAPIN SCALE, MESOLECANIUM NIGROFASCIATUM (HEMIPTERA: COCCIDAE) PDF
John R. Meyer, Christine A. Nalepa, and Christina Devorshak 686
ILLUSTRATED KEY TO PSEUDACTEON DECAPITATING FLIES (DIPTERA: PHORIDAE) THAT ATTACK SOLENOPSIS SAEVISSIMA COMPLEX FIRE ANTS IN SOUTH AMERICA PDF
Sanford D. Porter and Marcos A. Pesquero 691
GRYLLUS CAYENSIS N. SP. (ORTHOPTERA: GRYLLIDAE), A TACITURN WOOD CRICKET EXTIRPATED FROM THE FLORIDA KEYS: SONGS, ECOLOGY AND HYBRIDS PDF
Thomas J. Walker 700
More information: songs and color photographs HTML
Thomas J. Walker
NATIVE HYMENOPTERAN PARASITOIDS ASSOCIATED WITH ANASTREPHA SPP. (DIPTERA: TEPHRITIDAE) IN SEROPEDICA CITY, RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL PDF
Elen L. Aguiar-Menezes, Euripedes B. Menezes, Patrícia S. Silva, Ana C. Bittar and 706
KALOTERMES APPROXIMATUS HABITAT IN SOUTH CAROLINA PDF
Kevin T. Hathorne, Patricia A. Zungoli, Eric P. Benson and William C. Bridges 712
Mass rearing of Anastrepha fraterculus (Diptera: tephritidae): a preliminary strategy PDF
H. E. Jaldo, M. C. Gramajo and E. Willink 716
DISCOVERY OF MACROPTERY IN PSEUDOMETAPTERUS UMBROSUS (HETEROPTERA: REDUVIIDAE) PDF
J. D. Bradshaw and J. E. McPherson 719
LANDSCAPE FABRIC AS A PHYSICAL BARRIER TO NEONATE DIAPREPES ABBREVIATUS (COLEOPTERA: CURCULIONIDAE) PDF
C. L. Mckenzie, S. L. Lapointe and L. W. Duncan 721
ADDITIONAL FLORIDA RECORDS OF THE SELDOM-COLLECTED LASIOMERUS ANDABATA (HEMIPTERA: NABIDAE) PDF
A. G. Wheeler, Jr. 723
PERIGENES SIMILIS (HEMIPTERA: LYGAEOIDEA: RHYPAROCHROMIDAE) IN FLORIDA: NOTES ON HABITS AND HABITATS PDF
A. G. Wheeler, Jr. 724
EARLY ABSCISSION IN HACKBERRY LEAVES BEARING PACHYPSYLLA GALLS (HOMOPTERA: PSYLLIDAE) PDF
Elaine Scudieri Stromgren and Carmine A. Lanciani 727
LEKKING BEHAVIOR OF THE BLACK SOLDIER FLY (DIPTERA: STRATIOMYIDAE) PDF
Jeffery K. Tomberlin and D. Craig Sheppard 729
IMPROVED TRAP CAPTURE OF EUSCHISTUS SERVUS AND EUSCHISTUS TRISTIGMUS (HEMIPTERA: PENTATOMIDAE) IN PECAN ORCHARDS PDF
Ted E. Cottrell 731
DISTRIBUTION OF THE CICADAS (HOMOPTERA: CICADIDAE) OF THE BAHAMAS PDF
Allen F. Sanborn 733
RED IMPORTED FIRE ANTS EXPAND THEIR RANGE ACROSS THE WEST INDIES PDF
Lloyd R. Davis, Jr., Robert K. Vander Meer, and Sanford D. Porter 735
SEASONAL WING POLYMORPHISM IN SOUTHERN CHINCH BUGS (HEMIPTERA: LYGAEIDAE) PDF
Ron Cherry 737
USE OF DIATOMACEOUS EARTH AND ENTOMOPATHOGEN COMBINATIONS AGAINST THE RED IMPORTED FIRE ANT (HYMENOPTERA: FORMICIDAE) PDF
Mark A. Brinkman and Wayne A. Gardner 740
Book Review: A dictionary of entomology. PDF
J. H. Frank 742
Book Review: Pheromones of Non-Lepidopteran Insects Associated with Agricultural Plants. PDF
James L. Nation 744
Index to Volume 84 PDF
Editors 745
Florida Entomological Society Sustaining Members PDF
Editors 750


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