Items where Subject is "Animal culture > Insect culture and beneficial insects"
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Bende, Niraj S. and Dziemborowicz, Sławomir and Herzig, Volker and Ramanujam, Venkatraman and Brown, Geoffrey W. and Bosmans, Frank and Nicholson, Graham M. and King, Glenn F. and Mobli, Mehdi (2015) The insecticidal spider toxin SFI1 is a knottin peptide that blocks the pore of insect voltage-gated sodium channels via a large β-hairpin loop. FEBS Journal, 282 (5). p. 904. ISSN 1742464X
Jones, P.K. and Holtkamp, R.H. and Day, M.D. (2016) The host range of four new biotypes of Dactylopius tomentosus (Hemiptera: Dactylopiidae) from southern USA and their potential as biological control agents of Cylindropuntiaspp.(Cactaceae) in Australia: Part II. Biocontrol Science and Technology . pp. 1-85. ISSN 0958-3157
MOUND, LAURENCE A. and TREE, DESLEY J. (2014) Fungus-feeding phlaeothripine Thysanoptera in the genus Holothrips from Australia and New Caledonia, with a structurally similar new genus, Holoengythrips. Zootaxa, 3860 (2). p. 125. ISSN 1175-5326
McNaught, Melinda K. and Wylie, F. Ross and Harris, Evan J. and Alston, Clair L. and Burwell, Chris J. and Jennings, Craig (2014) Effect of Broadcast Baiting on Abundance Patterns of Red Imported Fire Ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) and Key Local Ant Genera at Long-Term Monitoring Sites in Brisbane, Australia. Journal of Economic Entomology, 107 (4). p. 1307. ISSN 00220493
Mound, Laurence A. and Tree, Desley, J. (2014) The minute, fungus-feeding species of Sophiothrips (Thysanoptera, Phlaeothripinae) from Australia and New Zealand. Zootaxa, 3860 (2). p. 184. ISSN 1175-5326
Royer, Jane E. and Wright, Carole L. and Hancock, David L. (2015) Bactrocera frauenfeldi (Diptera: Tephritidae), an invasive fruit fly in Australia that may have reached the extent of its spread due to environmental variables. Austral Entomology . n/a-n/a. ISSN 2052-1758
Tree, D. J. and Walter, G. H. (2012) Diversity and abundance of fungivorous thrips (Thysanoptera) associated with leaf-litter and bark across forest types and two tree genera in subtropical Australia. Journal of Natural History, 46 (47-48). pp. 2897-2918. ISSN 00222933 (ISSN)