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Annals of the Entomological Society of America is published in January, March, May, July, September, and November. Annals especially invites submission of manuscripts that integrate different areas of insect biology, and address issues that are likely to be of broad relevance to entomologists. Articles also report on basic aspects of the biology of arthropods, divided into categories by subject matter: systematics; ecology and population biology; arthropod biology; arthropods in relation to plant diseases; conservation biology and biodiversity; physiology, biochemistry, and toxicology; morphology, histology, and fine structure; genetics; and behavior.

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Volume 97, Number 2, March 2004

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SPECIAL FEATURE ON THE SOYBEAN APHID

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The Soybean Aphid: A Review of Its Biology and Management
pp. 203-203(1)
Authors: Heimpel, George E.; Shelly, Todd E.

SPECIAL FEATURE OF SOYBEAN APHID

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Soybean Aphid Biology in North America
pp. 204-208(5)
Authors: RAGSDALE, DAVID W.; VOEGTLIN, DAVID J.; O’NEIL, ROBERT J.

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The Soybean Aphid in China: A Historical Review
pp. 209-218(10)
Authors: Wu, Zhishan; Schenk-Hamlin, Donna; Zhan, Wenyan; Ragsdale, David W.; Heimpel, George E.

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Assessing the Invasion by Soybean Aphid (Homoptera: Aphididae): Where Will It End?
pp. 219-226(8)
Authors: Venette, R. C.; Ragsdale, D. W.

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A Guide to Separating Aphis glycines Matsumura and Morphologically Similar Species That Share Its Hosts
pp. 227-232(6)
Authors: Voegtlin, David J.; Halbert, Susan E.; Qiao, Gexia

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Population Dynamics of Aphis glycines (Homoptera: Aphididae) and Its Natural Enemies in Soybean in Northern China
pp. 235-239(5)
Authors: Liu, Jian; Wu, Kongming; Hopper, Keith R.; Zhao, Kuijun

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Soybean Aphid Predators and Their Use in Integrated Pest Management
pp. 240-248(9)
Authors: Rutledge, Claire E.; O’Neil, Robert J.; Fox, Tyler B.; Landis, Douglas A.

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Prospects for Importation Biological Control of the Soybean Aphid: Anticipating Potential Costs and Benefits
pp. 249-258(10)
Authors: Heimpel, George E.; Ragsdale, David W.; Venette, Robert; Hopper, Keith R.; O’neil, Robert J.; Rutledge, Claire E.; Wu, Zhishan

SYSTEMATICS

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Redescription of Megamelus scutellaris Berg (Hemiptera: Delphacidae), a Candidate for Biological Control of Water Hyacinth
pp. 271-275(5)
Authors: Sosa, A. J.; Marino De Remes Lenicov, A. M.; Mariani, R.; Cordo, H. A.

ECOLOGY AND POPULATION BIOLOGY

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Genetic Structure of the Alpine Grasshopper, Melanoplus alpinus (Orthoptera: Acrididae)
pp. 276-285(10)
Authors: Vandyke, Kirk A.; Kazmer, David J.; Lockwood, Jeffrey A.

PHYSIOLOGY, BIOCHEMISTRY, AND TOXICOLOGY

MORPHOLOGY, HISTOLOGY, AND FINE STRUCTURE

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Life History of Calydna sturnula with a Review of Larval and Pupal Balloon Setae in the Riodinidae (Lepidoptera)
pp. 310-321(12)
Authors: Hall, Jason P. W.; Harvey, Donald J.; Janzen, Daniel H.

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Multivariate Analysis of Morphological Variation in Two Cryptic Species of Sancassania (Acari: Acaridae) from Costa Rica
pp. 322-345(24)
Authors: Klimov, Pavel B.; Lekveishvili, Mariam; Dowling, Ashley P.G.; Oconnor, Barry M.

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