Spider

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

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

In Major Groups of Natural Enemies: Parasitoids, Part V  (Vol. VI, No. 10)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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)

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

In Current Research on Biological Control of Insects in the Midwest  (Vol. IV, No. 12)

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

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

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

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

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

Spiders!  (Vol. III, No. 10)

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

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

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

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

Grasshopper Biocontrol Appears Safe to Non-Targets  (Vol. III, No. 1)

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

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

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

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

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

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


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