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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 15, Number 1, 1 February 2013

Dispersal and edge behaviour of bark beetles and predators inhabiting red pine plantations
pp. 1-11(11)
Authors: Costa, Arnaud; A, Min; Boone, Celia K.; Kendrick, Alexander P.; Murphy, Robert J.; Sharpee, William C.; Raffa, Kenneth F.; Reeve, John D.

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Habitat functionality for the ecosystem service of pest control: reproduction and feeding sites of pests and natural enemies
pp. 12-23(12)
Authors: Bianchi, Felix J. J. A.; Schellhorn, Nancy A.; Cunningham, Saul A.

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Does the presence of grassy strips and landscape grain affect the spatial distribution of aphids and their carabid predators?
pp. 24-33(10)
Authors: Al Hassan, Diab; Georgelin, Ewen; Delattre, Thomas; Burel, Françoise; Plantegenest, Manuel; Kindlmann, Pavel; Butet, Alain

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Spatio‐temporal dynamics of an Ips acuminatus outbreak and implications for management
pp. 34-42(9)
Authors: Colombari, Fernanda; Schroeder, Martin L.; Battisti, Andrea; Faccoli, Massimo

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Bioclimatic analyses of distributions of a parasitoid Peristenus digoneutis and its host species Lygus spp. in Europe and North America
pp. 43-55(13)
Authors: Haye, Tim; Olfert, Owen; Weiss, Ross M.; Gariepy, Tara D.; Broadbent, Bruce; Kuhlmann, Ulrich

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Influence of flood‐stress on ambrosia beetle host‐selection and implications for their management in a changing climate
pp. 56-64(9)
Authors: Ranger, Christopher M.; Reding, Michael E.; Schultz, Peter B.; Oliver, Jason B.

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Biology and monitoring of Dryocosmus kuriphilus on Castanea sativa in Southern Italy
pp. 65-76(12)
Authors: Bernardo, Umberto; Iodice, Luigi; Sasso, Raffaele; Tutore, Valerio A.; Cascone, Pasquale; Guerrieri, Emilio

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Novel management to enhance spider biodiversity in existing grass buffer strips
pp. 77-85(9)
Authors: Blake, Robin J.; Woodcock, Ben A.; Westbury, Duncan B.; Sutton, Peter; Potts, Simon G.

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Modified pheromone traps help reduce bycatch of bark‐beetle natural enemies
pp. 86-97(12)
Authors: Martín, Ana; Etxebeste, Iñaki; Pérez, Gema; Álvarez, Gonzalo; Sánchez, Estela; Pajares, Juan

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Ants protect conifer seedlings from feeding damage by the pine weevil Hylobius abietis
pp. 98-105(8)
Authors: Maňák, Vítězslav; Nordenhem, Henrik; Björklund, Niklas; Lenoir, Lisette; Nordlander, Göran

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Can imitation companion planting interfere with host selection by Brassica pest insects?
pp. 106-109(4)
Authors: George, David R.; Collier, Rosemary H.; Whitehouse, Diane M.

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