Vol. 86, No. 3 (September 2003)

Table of Contents

Articles

SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL OCCURRENCE OF BEET ARMYWORM (LEPIDOPTERA: NOCTUIDAE) MOTHS IN MISSISSIPPI PDF
J. J. Adamczyk Jr., M. R. Williams, J. T. Reed, D. W. Hubbard and D. D. Hardee 229-232
Influence of herbivore-damaged corn and cotton in the field recruitment of braconid parasitoids from feral populations PDF
J. E. Carpenter and D. K. Jewett 233-238
EFFECT OF LEAF EXTRACTS OF TEOSINTE, ZEA DIPLOPERENNIS L., AND A MEXICAN MAIZE VARIETY, CRIOLLO ‘Uruapeño’, ON THE GROWTH AND SURVIVAL OF THE FALL ARMYWORM (LEPIDOPTERA: NOCTUIDAE) PDF
Luis Alberto Farias-Rivera, Jose Luis Hernandez-Mendoza, Jaime Molina-Ochoa and Alfonso Pe 239-243
PATHOGENS AND PARASITIC NEMATODES ASSOCIATED WITH POPULATIONS OF FALL ARMYWORM (LEPIDOPTERA: NOCTUIDAE) LARVAE IN MEXICO PDF
Jaime Molina-Ochoa, Roberto Lezama-Gutierrez, Martin Gonzalez-Ramirez, Marilu Lopez-Edward 244-253
PARASITOIDS AND PARASITES OF SPODOPTERA FRUGIPERDA (LEPIDOPTERA: NOCTUIDAE) IN THE AMERICAS AND CARIBBEAN BASIN: AN INVENTORY PDF
Jaime Molina-Ochoa, James E. Carpenter, E. A. Heinrichs and John E. Foster 254-289
EVALUATION OF REMOTE SENSING TO IDENTIFY VARIABILITY IN COTTON PLANT GROWTH AND CORRELATION WITH LARVAL DENSITIES OF BEET ARMYWORM AND CABBAGE LOOPER (LEPIDOPTERA:NOCTUIDAE) PDF
D. L. Sudbrink Jr., F. A. Harris, J. T. Robbins, P. J. English and J. L. Willers 290-294
Larval Development of Spodoptera exigua (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) Larvae on Artificial Diet and Cotton Leaves Containing a Bacillus thuringiensis Toxin: Heritable Variation to Tolerate Cry1Ac PDF
D. V. Sumerford 295-299
Arthropods Associated with above-ground portions of the invasive tree, Melaleuca quinquenervia, in South Florida, USA PDF
Sheryl L. Costello, Paul D. Pratt, Min B. Rayamajhi and Ted D. Center 300-322
TRAPPING YELLOWJACKETS (HYMENOPTERA: VESPIDAE) WITH HEPTYL BUTYRATE EMITTED FROM CONTROLLED-RELEASE DISPENSERS PDF
P. J. Landolt, H. C. Reed and D. J. Ellis 323-328
Genetic Variation of the Southern Corn Rootworm, (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) PDF
Allen L. Szalanski and Carrie B. Owens 329-333
FIELD RELEASES OF THE DECAPITATING FLY PSEUDACTEON CURVATUS (DIPTERA: PHORIDAE) FOR CONTROL OF IMPORTED FIRE ANTS (HYMENOPTERA: FORMICIDAE) IN ALABAMA, FLORIDA, AND TENNESSEE PDF
L. C. ‘Fudd’ Graham, Sanford D. Porter, Roberto M. Pereira, Henry D. Dorough a 334-339
INFLUENCE OF ADULT DIET ON THE MATING SUCCESS AND SURVIVAL OF MALE MEDITERRANEAN FRUIT FLIES (DIPTERA: TEPHRITIDAE) FROM TWO MASS-REARING STRAINS ON FIELD-CAGED HOST TREES PDF
Todd E. Shelly and Donald O. McInnis 340-344
THE NYMPH OF SIPHLURISCUS CHINENSIS AND ADDITIONAL IMAGINAL DESCRIPTION: A LIVING MAYFLY WITH JURASSIC ORIGINS (SIPHLURISCIDAE NEW FAMILY: EPHEMEROPTERA) PDF
Chang-Fa Zhou and Janice G. Peters 345-352
POTENTIAL FOR BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF THE LOBATE LAC SCALE, PARATACHARDINA LOBATA LOBATA (HEMIPTERA: KERRIIDAE) PDF
Robert W. Pemberton 353-360
A NEW GENUS OF TROPIDUCHIDAE (HEMIPTERA: FULGOROIDEA) FROM CHINA AND VIETNAM, WITH DESCRIPTION OF EGGS PDF
Ai-Ping Liang 361-369
ECOLOGY AND CONTROL OF NEOSORIUS BREVIPENNIS (COLEOPTERA: STAPHYLINIDAE) ON TURF GRASS IN SOUTH AFRICA PDF
J. De Graaf, A.S. Schoeman and R.L. Brandenburg 370-372
INVASION OF PARATACHARDINA LOBATA LOBATA (HEMIPTERA: KERRIIDAE) IN SOUTH FLORIDA: A SNAPSHOT SAMPLE OF AN INFESTATION IN A RESIDENTAL YARD PDF
Robert W. Pemberton 373-377
A SIMPLE CHARACTER FOR SEX DIFFERENTIATION OF PUPAE AND PUPAL EXUVIAE OF THE DOGWOOD BORER (LEPIDOPTERA: SESIIDAE) PDF
Tracy C. Leskey and J. Christopher Bergh 378-380
EVIDENCE OF POLYGYNOUS RED IMPORTED FIRE ANTS (HYMENOPTERA: FORMICIDAE) IN SOUTH CAROLINA PDF
Janet Kintz-Early, Leslie Parris, Jennifer Zettler and Josh Bast 381-382
STATUS OF EUONYMUS SCALE IN MASSACHUSETTS FOURTEEN YEARS AFTER RELEASE OF CHILOCORUS KUWANAE(COLEOPTERA: COCCINELLIDAE) PDF
R. G. Van Driesche and C. Nunn 383-384
Book Review PDF
Wendy L. Meyer 385
New Editor PDF
R. M. Baranowski 386
Florida Entomological Society Sustaining Members PDF
Editors 387-388


ISSN: 1938-5102