Predators

Advances in the Commercialization of Green Lacewings, Part II: Field Application  (Vol. VII, No. 3)

Green Lacewings Not the Answer for Cotton Aphid Control  (Vol. VII, No. 3)

Releasing Lacewings for Longtailed Mealybug Control  (Vol. VII, No. 3)

In Current Research on Biological Control of Insects in the Midwest  summary # 3 (Vol. VII, No. 3)

In Current Research on Biological Control of Insects in the Midwest  summary # 12 (Vol. VII, No. 3)

Book Review: Natural Enemies in Your Garden: A Homeowner's Guide to Biological Control  (Vol. VII, No. 3)

Advances in the Commercialization of Green Lacewings; Part I: Introduction, Systematics and Mass Production  (Vol. VII, No. 2)

In Colorado Potato Beetle Control in Tomato  (Vol. VII, No. 2)

Temperature/Humidity Impacts on Greenhouse Mite Predator  (Vol. VII, No. 2)

Checkered Beetles  (Vol. VII, No. 1)

In Artificial Habitats Boost Predator Populations in Soybean  (Vol. VII, No. 1)

In Mechanized Delivery Methods for Field Release of Beneficial Insects  (Vol. VI, No. 9)

In Suitability of Corn Insects for Green Lacewings  (Vol. VI, No. 9)

In The Role of Cover Crops in Orchard Biological Control  (Vol. VI, No. 9)

Insect Predators of Potato Leafhoppers  (Vol. VI, No. 7)

Lady Beetle Releases to Control Rosy Apple Aphid  (Vol. IV, No. 7)

In The Potential for Biological Control of Asian Longhorned Beetle in The U.S.  (Vol. VI, No. 6)

Robber Flies  (Vol. VI, No. 6)

In Integrated Control Conserves Alfalfa Insect Biological Controls  (Vol. VI, No. 6)

In Biological Control at Regional Entomology Meeting summary #2  (Vol. VI, No. 6)

In Raptorial???  (Vol. VI, No. 5)

Orius Feeding Habits in Corn  (Vol. VI, No. 4)

Potential Predators of Black Turfgrass Ataenius on Golf Courses  (Vol. VI, No. 4)

Implementing Mite Biological Control in an Apple Orchard  (Vol. VI, No. 3)

In Biological Control at National Entomology and Plant Pathology Meetings summary # 4  (Vol. VI, No. 3)

Amblyseius cucumeris, Predator of Western Flower Thrips  (Vol. VI, No. 1/2)

Alternate Food Sources for Lady Beetles in Alfalfa  (Vol. VI, No. 1/2)

Flying Insect Trap Could Ease Lady Beetle Nuisance  (Vol. VI, No. 1/2)

In Biological Control at National Entomology, Plant Pathology Society Meetings summary # 1  (Vol. VI, No. 1/2)

In Biological Control at National Entomology, Plant Pathology Society Meetings summary # 7  (Vol. VI, No. 1/2)

In Biological Control at National Entomology, Plant Pathology Society Meetings summary # 16  (Vol. VI, No. 1/2)

In Biological Control in the Urban Forest  (Vol. V, No. 12)

Carabid Beetles, Filter Strips and Biological Control of Annual Weeds  (Vol. V, No. 12)

Colorado Potato Beetle Control with Stink Bugs  (Vol. V, No. 12)

In Current Research on Biological Control of Insects in the Midwest  (Vol. V, No. 11)

Feltiella acarisuga, Predator of Spider Mites  (Vol. V, No. 11)

New Natural Enemies Book  (Vol. V, No. 11)

Predators of Codling Moth Eggs  (Vol. V, No. 11)

Green Lacewings for Control of Sweetpotato Whitefly on Greenhouse Hibiscus  (Vol. V, No. 9)

Predatory Bugs Prefer Different Crops  (Vol. V, No. 9)

In Japanese Beetle: The Continuing Struggle to Achieve Successful Biological Control  (Vol. V, No. 8)

Chilocorus kuwanae Suppressing Euonymus Scale  (Vol. V, No. 7)

Spider Mite Predator on Grapes  (Vol. V, No. 7)

In The Major Groups of Natural Enemies; Parasitoids, Part I  (Vol. V, No. 6)

Blister Beetle Larvae  (Vol. V, No. 6)

New Beetle Predator of Euonymus Scale  (Vol. V, No. 6)

Horn Fly Predators  (Vol. V, No. 5)

A Lady Beetle for Mite Control in Greenhouses  (Vol. V, No. 5)

Predator Mites of Spider Mites in Greenhouses  (Vol. V, No. 5)

The Major Groups of Natural Enemies; Predators, Part IV  (Vol. V, No. 4)

Predators of Green Cloverworm in Soybeans  (Vol. V, No. 4)

In Natural Enemies of Balsam Twig Aphids on Christmas Trees  (Vol. V, No. 4)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 5  (Vol. V, No. 3)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 7  (Vol. V, No. 3)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 8  (Vol. V, No. 3)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 9  (Vol. V, No. 3)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 11  (Vol. V, No. 3)

Plant Colors Influence Predator Location in Corn  (Vol. V, No. 2)

Biological Control of Twospotted Spider Mite in Raspberry  (Vol. V, No. 2)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 1  (Vol. V, No. 2)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 6  (Vol. V, No. 2)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 8  (Vol. V, No. 2)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 11  (Vol. V, No. 2)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 15  (Vol. V, No. 2)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 16  (Vol. V, No. 2)

Lady Beetles in Field Crops Respond to Habitat Diversity  (Vol. V, No. 1)

Bigeyed Bugs  (Vol. IV, No. 12)

USDA Book on Introduced Parasites and Predators  (Vol. IV, No. 11)

The Major Groups of Natural Enemies; Predators, Part III  (Vol. IV, No. 11)

Greenbug Predation and Escape Response  (Vol. IV, No. 11)

What Do Sevenspotted Lady Beetles Really Eat?  (Vol. IV, No. 11)

The Major Groups of Natural Enemies; Predators, Part II  (Vol. IV, No. 9)

Ducks Reduce Flies in Swine, Dairy Facilities  (Vol. IV, No. 9)

The Major Groups of Natural Enemies; Predators, Part I  (Vol. IV, No. 8)

Phytoseiulus persimilis  (Vol. IV, No. 8)

Predators of Tarnished Plant Bug in Apple  (Vol. IV, No. 8)

Delivering Predator and Parasitoid Eggs in Aqueous Suspension  (Vol. IV, No. 8)

Transgenic Corn Safe for Insect Predators  (Vol. IV, No. 7)

Could Natural Populations of Lady Beetles Be Manipulated to Have a Practical Impact on Colorado Potato Beetle Managment?  (Vol. IV, No. 7)

Ground Beetles: Our Friends in Soybeans  (Vol. IV, No. 6)

Grow Your Own Aphid Midges  (Vol. IV, No. 6)

In Less Slippery Plants Better for Biological Control  (Vol. IV, No. 6)

Aphidoletes aphidimyza  (Vol. IV, No. 5)

The Impact of Insecticides on Ground Beetles  (Vol. IV, No. 5)

In Do Organic and Conventional Fields Differ in Pest and Beneficial Numbers?  (Vol. IV, No. 5)

Exploring the Use of Gels to Apply Predator Eggs to Crop Foliage  (Vol. IV, No. 5)

In Garden Good Guys: Natural Enemies in the Home Garden  (Vol. IV, No. 4)

Rove Beetles  (Vol. IV, No. 4)

In Augmentation Biological Control in the Home Orchard  (Vol. IV, No. 4)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 2  (Vol. IV, No. 3)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 4  (Vol. IV, No. 3)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary #5  (Vol. IV, No. 3)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary #7  (Vol. IV, No. 3)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 8  (Vol. IV, No. 3)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary #10  (Vol. IV, No. 3)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 12  (Vol. IV, No. 3)

Damsel Bugs  (Vol. IV, No. 2)

Generalist Predators Reduce Aphid Establishment and Spread of Beet Yellows Virus in Sugar Beet  (Vol. IV, No. 2)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary #3  (Vol. IV, No. 2)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 4  (Vol. IV, No. 2)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary #5  (Vol. IV, No. 2)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary #9  (Vol. IV, No. 2)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary #10  (Vol. IV, No. 2)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 11  (Vol. IV, No. 2)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 14  (Vol. IV, No. 2)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 15  (Vol. IV, No. 2)

In You Get What You Pay For: Quality Control of Natural Enemies  (Vol. IV, No. 1)

In Impacts of Non-Indigenous Arthropods in Biological Control  (Vol. III, No. 12)

In Impact of IGRs on Beneficials in Apple  (Vol. III, No. 12)

Larger Pirate Bug for Stored Grain Insect Control  (Vol. III, No. 12)

A Predator of Fly Larvae in Cattle Feedlots  (Vol. III, No. 12)

Which Predatory Bug is Best for Colorado Potato Beetle Control?  (Vol. III, No. 12)

Phytoseiid Mite Bibliography  (Vol. III, No. 12)

Searching for Natural Enemies of Bulb Mites  (Vol. III, No. 11)

Tansy Borders Encourage Syrphid Flies  (Vol. III, No. 11)

In USDA Bulletins on Biological Control  (Vol. III, No. 11)

In IOBC Conference Contributions summary #3 (Vol. III, No. 11)

In IOBC Conference Contributions  summary #5 (Vol. III, No. 11)

Spiders!  (Vol. III, No. 10)

In Electric Insect Traps Get Good Bugs, Miss Mosquitoes  (Vol. III, No. 10)

Ant Predation of June Beetle Eggs in Maize  (Corn)  (Vol. III, No. 10)

In Beneficial Bug Cards  (Vol. III, No. 10)

Host Range in Insect Predators  (Vol. III, No. 9)

In Conserving Natural Enemies of Armored and Soft Scales  (Vol. III, No. 9)

Amblyseius hibisci and A. degenerans: Two "New" Predacious Mites With Potential for Biological Control of Western Flower Thrips  (Vol. III, No. 8)

Fungus for Control of European Corn Borer Doesn't Harm Lady Beetle Predator  (Vol. III, No. 8)

In Classical Biological Control of a Midwestern Insect Pest: In Search of Colorado Potato Beetle Natural Enemies  (Vol. III, No. 7)

In Insecticides and Spined Soldier Bug  (Vol. III, No. 7)

In Sugar Sprays to Encourage Beneficial Insects  (Vol. III, No. 6)

In Crop Management Practices Favoring Soil Predators in Field Corn  (Vol. III, No. 6)

In Let Natural Enemies Come to You -- What Kinds Can You Find At Lights at Night?  (Vol. III, No. 6)

In Who's on the Flowers in Your Garden?  (Vol. III, No. 6)

Raising Spined Soldier Bugs  (Vol. III, No. 6)

Spined Soldier Bug Feeding Preferences  (Vol. III, No. 6)

In Show the Importance of Natural Enemy Conservation with the Insecticide Check Method  (Vol. III, No. 6)

In Mowing Height and Biological Control of White Grubs in Turf  (Vol. III, No. 6)

In The Influence of Plant Architecture on Biological Control  (Vol. III, No. 5)

Lady Beetles Prefer Greenbugs Over Russian Wheat Aphid  (Vol. III, No. 5)

In Assassin Bugs and Ambush Bugs  (Vol. III, No. 5)

Releasing Twospotted Stink Bug for Control of Colorado Potato Beetle  (Vol. III, No. 5)

In Development of an Extension Program: Biological Control in Michigan Greenhouses  (Vol. III, No. 5)

Grow Your Own Predatory Mites  (Vol. III, No. 5)

Ground Beetles  (Vol. III, No. 4)

In Guarding the Garden: Habitat Manipulation to Favor Natural Enemies  (Vol. III, No. 4)

In Biological Control of Apple Aphids  (Vol. III, No. 4)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary #6  (Vol. III, No. 3)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 8  (Vol. III, No. 3)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary #13  (Vol. III, No. 3)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 18  (Vol. III, No. 3)

Don't Destroy White Grub Natural Enemies with Early Season Applications of Soil Insecticides in Turf  (Vol. III, No. 2)

Hypoaspis miles, A Predatory Mite  (Vol. III, No. 2)

Greenbug Biological Control in Grain Sorghum and Winter Wheat  (Vol. III, No. 2)

Resistant Sorghum Cultivars Affect Convergent Lady Beetle  (Vol. III, No. 1)

In Biological Control in the Great Indoors: At the Mall of America  (Vol. II, No. 12)

Minute Pirate Bug Good Predator of Corn Earworm and European Corn Borer Eggs on Corn  (Vol. II, No. 12)

Spider Mite Destroyer  (Vol. II, No. 12)

Hover Flies  (Vol. II, No. 11)

Bark Beetle Predators Smell Their Prey  (Vol. II, No. 11)

In Biological Control of Stored Product Pests  (Vol. II, No. 10)

Multicolored Asian Lady Beetle  (Vol. II, No. 10)

Egg Cannibalism and The Twelvespotted Lady Beetle  (Vol. II, No. 10)

Transgenic Bt-Corn and Predators  (Vol. II, No. 9)

Tilling and Herbicides Affect Predator Abundance in Soybeans  (Vol. II, No. 8)

Spined Soldier Bug  (Vol. II, No. 8)

Natural Enemies of Spider Mites on Field Corn  (Vol. II, No. 7)

Sweep Net Samples in Alfalfa to Show Natural Enemy Diversity  (Vol. II, No. 6)

Assessing Spider Mite Natural Control in Apple Orchards  (Vol. II, No. 6)

Green Lacewing Feeding Preferences  (Vol. II, No. 6)

How Do Lady Beetle Releases Affect Aphid Populations in Gardens?  (Vol. II, No. 6)

Lady Beetle Predation Not Affected By Bt  (Vol. II, No. 5)

Caterpillar Predation Higher in No-Till Than in Conventional Tillage Corn  (Vol. II, No. 5)

Mealybug Destroyer  (Vol. II, No. 5)

Lady Beetles  (Vol. II, No. 4)

Praying Mantids: The Good, The Bad, and the... Interesting  (Vol. II, No. 4)

In Conserve Natural Enemies in Landscaes With Site Specific Needs  (Vol. II, No. 4)

Broad Mite Control on Greenhouse Peppers with Predatory Mite  (Vol. II, No. 3)

In Influence of Conservation Tillage on Natural Enemies  (Vol. II, No. 3)

In Bugs For Hire  (Vol. II, No. 3)

Performance of Five Silverleaf Whitefly Natural Enemies on Poinsettia  (Vol. II, No. 3)

Biological Control of Silverleaf Whitefly on Commercial Poinsettia  (Vol. II, No. 1)

Chilocorus kuwanae  (Vol. II, No. 1)

In Augmentation: The Periodic Release of Natural Enemies  (Vol. I, No. 4)

In Biological Control of Mites in Midwest Apple Orchards, Part 4: Approaches to Implementation  (Vol. I, No. 4)

Mulching Increases Spider Numbers and Reduces Insect Damage  (Vol. I, No. 4)

In Biological Control of Mites in Midwest Apple Orchards, Part 3: Pesticide Impacts on Natural Enemies  (Vol. I, No. 3)

Green Lacewings  (Vol. I, No. 3)

Native Predators Reduce Armyworm Damage to Corn  (Vol. I, No. 2)

Biological Control of Mites in Midwest Apple Orchards, Part 2: Important Natural Enemies  (Vol. I, No. 2)

Compatibility of Delphastus pusillus and Wasp Parasitoids of Sweetpotato Whitefly  (Vol. I, No. 2)

In Predaceous Stinkbugs Can Suppress Colorado Potato Beetle  (Vol. I, No. 1)

San Jose Scale is Alternate Prey for Euonymus Scale Predator  (Vol. I, No. 1)

Minute Pirate Bug  (Vol. I, No. 1)

Predators Reduce Black Cutworm Damage in No-Till Corn  (Vol. I, No. 1)

In What Is Biological Control?  (Vol. I, No. 1)


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