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The Midwestern Carabidologists Working Group

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2005 publications focusing on Carabidae, updated seasonally (international species descriptions are omitted)

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1.       Alexander,-C-J; Holland,-J-M; Winder,-L; Woolley,-C; Perry,-J-N. 2005. Performance of sampling strategies in the presence of known spatial patterns.  Annals-of-Applied-Biology 146(3): 361-370

2.       Anderson-SJ; Emberson-RM; Brown-B. 2005. Seasonal activity and habitat associations of Mecodema howitti and Megadromus guerinii, two endemic New Zealand ground beetles (Coleoptera : Carabidae)NEW-ZEALAND-JOURNAL-OF-ZOOLOGY. DEC 2004; 31(4): 305-312

3.       Armsworth,-C-G; Bohan,-D-A; Powers,-S-J; Glen,-D-M; Symondson,-W-O-C. 2005. Behavioural responses by slugs to chemicals from a generalist predator. Animal-Behaviour 69: 805-811

4.       Avila,-J; Rodriguez-del-Bosque,-L-A. 2005. Impact of a Brazilian nucleopolyhedrovirus release on Anticarsia gemmatalis (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae), secondary insect pests, and predators on soybean in Mexico. Journal-of-Entomological-Science 40(2): 222-230

5.       Aviron,-S; Burel,-F; Baudry,-J; Schermann,-N. 2005. Carabid assemblages in agricultural landscapes: impacts of habitat features, landscape context at different spatial scales and farming intensity. Agriculture,-Ecosystems-and-Environment 108(3): 205-217

6.       Ballinger,-A; Mac-Nally,-R; Lake,-P-S. 2005. Immediate and longer-term effects of managed flooding on floodplain invertebrate assemblages in south-eastern Australia: generation and maintenance of a mosaic landscape. Freshwater-Biology 50(7): 1190-1205

7.       Barbaro,-L; Pontcharraud,-L; Vetillard,-F; Guyon,-D; Jactel,-H. 2005. Comparative responses of bird, carabid, and spider assemblages to stand and landscape diversity in maritime pine plantation forests. Ecoscience 12(1): 110-121

8.       Bertrand-AS. 2005. Ground beetles (Coleoptera : Carabidae) from northwestern New Brunswick, Canada: Notes on uncommonly reported species and new provincial records. NORTHEASTERN-NATURALIST 12(3): 287-294

9.       Bhatti-MA; Duan-J; Head-G; Jiang-CJ; McKee-MJ; Nickson-TE; Pilcher-CL; Pilcher-CD. 2005. Field evaluation of the impact of corn rootworm (Coleoptera : Chrysomelidae)-protected Bt corn on ground-dwelling invertebrates. ENVIRONMENTAL-ENTOMOLOGY 34(5): 1325-1335

10.   Bomford-MK; Vernon-RS. 2005. Root weevil (Coleoptera : Curculionidae) and ground beetle (Coleoptera : Carabidae) immigration into strawberry plots protected by fence or portable trench barriers. ENVIRONMENTAL-ENTOMOLOGY  34(4): 844-849

11.   Brandmayr-TZ; Bonacci-T; Massolo-A; Brandmayr-P. 2005. Peace in ground-beetle larvae: non-aggressive outcome in Chlaenius spp. larvae interactions. ETHOLOGY-ECOLOGY-AND-EVOLUTION. 16(4): 351-361

12.   Brockerhoff,-Eckehard-G; Berndt,-Lisa-A; Jactel,-Herve. 2005. Role of exotic pine forests in the conservation of the critically endangered New Zealand ground beetle Holcaspis brevicula (Coleoptera : Carabidae). New-Zealand-Journal-of-Ecology 29(1): 37-43

13.   Brooks-AS; Wilcox-A; Cook-RT; Crook-MJ. 2005. A laboratory-based comparison of a molluscicide and an alternative food source (red clover) as means of reducing slug damage to winter wheat. PEST-MANAGEMENT-SCIENCE 61(7): 715-720

14.   Broring-U; Mrzljak-J; Niedringhaus-R; Wiegleb-G. 2005. Soil zoology I: arthropod communities in open landscapes of former brown coal mining areas. ECOLOGICAL-ENGINEERING 24(1-2): 121-133

15.   Brust-ML; Hoback-WW; Knisley-CB Biology, habitat preference, and larval description of Cicindela cursitans Leconte (Coleoptera : carabidae : cicindelinae). COLEOPTERISTS-BULLETIN 59(3): 379-390

16.   Buddle-CM; Beguin-J; Bolduc-E; Mercado-A; Sackett-TE; Selby-RD; Varady-Szabo-H; Zeran-RM. 2005. The importance and use of taxon sampling curves for comparative biodiversity research with forest arthropod assemblages. CANADIAN-ENTOMOLOGIST 137(1): 120-127

17.   Calder,-C-R; Harwood,-J-D; Symondson,-W-O-C. 2005. Detection of scavenged material in the guts of predators using monoclonal antibodies: a significant source of error in measurement of predation? Bulletin-of-Entomological-Research. 95(1): 57-62

18.   Chapman,-J-W; Reynolds,-D-R; Smith,-A-D; Riley,-J-R; Telfer,-M-G; Woiwod,-I-P. 2005. Mass aerial migration in the carabid beetle Notiophilus biguttatus. Ecological-Entomology 30(3): 264-272

19.   Choi-YoungCheol; Park-HaeChul; Kim-JongGill; Sim-HaSik; Kwon-OhSeok. 2005. Selection of indicator insects for the evaluation of agricultural environment. Korean-Journal-of-Applied-Entomology 43(4): 267-273

20.   Cole-LJ; McCracken-DI; Downie-IS; Dennis-P; Foster-GN; Waterhouse-T; Murphy-KJ; Griffin-AL; Kennedy-MP. 2005. Comparing the effects of farming practices on ground beetle (Coleoptera : Carabidae) and spider (Araneae) assemblages of Scottish farmland. BIODIVERSITY-AND-CONSERVATION. 14(2): 441-460

21.   Cote,-M; Ferron,-J; Gagnon,-R. 2005. Invertebrate predation of postdispersal seeds and juvenile seedlings of black spruce (Picea mariana) in the boreal forest of eastern Canada. Canadian-Journal-of-Forest-Research 35(3): 674-681

22.   Dauber,-J; Purtauf,-T; Allspach,-A; Frisch,-J; Voigtlander,-K; Wolters,-V. 2005. Local vs. landscape controls on diversity: a test using surface-dwelling soil macroinvertebrates of differing mobility. Global-Ecology-and-Biogeography 14(3): 213-221

23.   de-la-Poza-M; Pons-X; Farinos-GP; Lopez-C; Ortego-F; Eizaguirre-M; Castanera-P; Albajes-R. Impact of farm-scale Bt maize on abundance of predatory arthropods in Spain. CROP-PROTECTION 24(7): 677-684

24.   Desender,-K; Small,-E; Gaublomme,-E; Verdyck,-P. 2005. Rural-urban gradients and the population genetic structure of woodland ground beetles.  Conservation-Genetics 6(1): 51-62

25.   Dewar,-A-M; Haylock,-L-A; Garner,-B-H; Sands,-R-J-N; Baker,-P. 2005. The environmental impact of GM herbicide-tolerant sugarbeet. Aspects-of-Applied-Biology (74): 119-126

26.   Dhuyvetter-H; Gaublomme-E; Verdyck-P; Desender-K. 2005. Genetic differentiation among populations of the salt marsh beetle Pogonus littoralis (Coleoptera : Carabidae): A comparison between Atlantic and Mediterranean populations.  JOURNAL-OF-HEREDITY 96(4): 381-387

27.   Duan, J. J., M. S. Paradise, J. G. Lundgren, R. N. Wiedenmann. Genetically modified crops and ground beetles as non-target organisms: developing dietary toxicity assays for larvae of Poecilus chalcites (Coleoptera: Carabidae). American Entomologist 51(4).

  1. Ellsbury, M.M., B. W. French, C. Noble, G. Head, and J. L. Pikul, Jr. 2005. Variation in spatial distribution and diurnal activity cycles of ground beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) encountered in experimental settings for study of sustainability issues. Am. Entomol.. Winter. 222 – 226.

29.   Erwin,-T-L; Pimienta,-M-C; Murillo,-O-E; Aschero,-V. 2005. Mapping patterns of beta -diversity for beetles across the Western Amazon basin: a preliminary case for improving inventory methods and conservation strategies. Proceedings-of-the-California-Academy-of-Sciences 56(Supplement 1): 72-85

30.   Erwin-TL. 2005. The beetle family Carabidae of Costa Rica: The genus Epikastea Liebke of the Plochonida Group, with new Neotropical species and notes on their way of life (Insecta : Coleoptera, Lebiini, Agrina).ZOOTAXA-. DEC 22 2004(790): 1-20

31.   Eyre,-M-D; Rushton,-S-P; Luff,-M-L; Telfer,-M-G Investigating the relationships between the distribution of British ground beetle species (Coleoptera, Carabidae) and temperature, precipitation and altitude. Journal-of-Biogeography 32(6): 973-983

32.   Eyre-MD; Luff-ML. 2005. The distribution of Epigeal Beetle (Coleoptera) assemblages on the north-east England Coast. JOURNAL-OF-COASTAL-RESEARCH 21(5): 982-990

33.   Eyre-MD; Rushton-SP; Luff-ML; Telfer-MG. 2005. Investigating the relationships between the distribution of British ground beetle species (Coleoptera, Carabidae) and temperature, precipitation and altitude. JOURNAL-OF-BIOGEOGRAPHY 32(6): 973-983

34.   Eyre-MD; Woodward-JC; Sanderson-RA. 2005. Assessing the relationship between grassland Auchenorrhyncha (Homoptera) and land cover. AGRICULTURE-ECOSYSTEMS-AND-ENVIRONMENT 109(3-4): 187-191

35.   Fawki-S; Toft-S. 2005. Food preferences and the value of animal food for the carabid beetle Amara similata (Gyll.) (Col., Carabidae).  JOURNAL-OF-APPLIED-ENTOMOLOGY 129(9-10): 551-556

36.   Feehan,-J; Gillmor,-D-A; Culleton,-N Effects of an agri-environment scheme on farmland biodiversity in Ireland. Agriculture,-Ecosystems-and-Environment 107(2/3): 275-286

37.   Ferry,-N; Jouanin,-L; Ceci,-L-R; Mulligan,-E-A; Emami,-K; Gatehouse,-J-A; Gatehouse,-A-M-R. 2005. Impact of oilseed rape expressing the insecticidal serine protease inhibitor, mustard trypsin inhibitor-2 on the beneficial predator Pterostichus madidus.  Molecular-Ecology 14(1): 337-349

38.   Finch,-O-D. 2005. Evaluation of mature conifer plantations as secondary habitat for epigeic forest arthropods (Coleoptera: Carabidae; Araneae). Forest-Ecology-and-Management 204(1): 21-34

39.   Foltan-P; Sheppard-S; Konvicka-M; Symondson-WOC. 2005. The significance of facultative scavenging in generalist predator nutrition: detecting decayed prey in the guts of predators using PCR. MOLECULAR-ECOLOGY 14(13): 4147-4158

40.   Fox,-T-B; Landis,-D-A; Cardoso,-F-F; Difonzo,-C-D. 2005. Impact of predation on establishment of the soybean aphid, Aphis glycines in soybean, Glycine max. BioControl 50(4): 545-563

41.   Gallandt,-E-R; Molloy,-T; Lynch,-R-P; Drummond,-F-A. 2005. Effect of cover-cropping systems on invertebrate seed predation. Weed-Science 53(1): 69-76

42.   Gallandt-ER. 2005. Experimental substrate affects rate of seed removal in assays of invertebrate seed predation. WEED-TECHNOLOGY 19(2): 481-485

43.   Gandhi-KJK; Gilmore-DW; Ball-GE; Holzenthal-RW; Katovich-SA; Koehle-JJ; Larsen-KJ; Mattson-WJ; Seybold-SJ. 2005. A review of ground beetle species (Coleoptera : Carabidae) of Minnesota, United States: New records and range extensions. PROCEEDINGS-OF-THE-ENTOMOLOGICAL-SOCIETY-OF-WASHINGTON 107(4): 917-940

44.   Garnier-S; Magniez-Jannin-F; Rasplus-JY; Alibert-P. 2005. When morphometry meets genetics: inferring the phylogeography of Carabus solieri using Fourier analyses of pronotum and male genitalia. JOURNAL-OF-EVOLUTIONARY-BIOLOGY. 18(2): 269-280

45.   Giglio-A; Ferrero-EA; Brandmayr-TZ. 2005. Ultrastructural identification of the antennal gland complement in Siagona europaea Dejean 1826, a myrmecophagous carabid beetle. ACTA-ZOOLOGICA 86(3): 195-203

46.   Grandchamp-AC; Bergamini-A; Stofer-S; Niemela-J; Duelli-P; Scheidegger-C. 2005.

47.   Grebennikov-VV; Maddison-DR. 2005. Phylogenetic analysis of Trechitae (Coleoptera : Carabidae) based on larval morphology, with a description of first-instar Phrypeus and a key to genera. SYSTEMATIC-ENTOMOLOGY; 30(1): 38-59

48.   Greenstone,-M-H; Rowley,-D-L; Heimbach,-U; Lundgren,-J-G; Pfannenstiel,-R-S; Rehner,-S-A. 2005. Barcoding generalist predators by polymerase chain reaction: carabids and spiders. Molecular-Ecology 14(10): 3247-3266

49.   Griffiths,-G-J-K; Alexander,-C-J; Birt,-A; Holland,-J-M; Kennedy,-P-J; Perry,-J-N; Preston,-R; Winder,-L. 2005. A method for rapidly mass laser-marking individually coded ground beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) in the field. Ecological-Entomology 30(4): 391-396

50.   Gudleifsson-BE. 2005. Beetle species (Coleoptera) in hayfields and pastures in northern Iceland. AGRICULTURE-ECOSYSTEMS-AND-ENVIRONMENT 109(3-4): 181-186

51.   Gunther-J; Assmann-T. 2005. Restoration ecology meets carabidology: effects of floodplain restitution on ground beetles (Coleoptera, Carabidae).  BIODIVERSITY-AND-CONSERVATION 14(7): 1583-1606

52.   Halaj,-J; Peck,-R-W; Niwa,-C-G. 2005. Trophic structure of a macroarthropod litter food web in managed coniferous forest stands: a stable isotope analysis with delta 15N and delta 13C. Pedobiologia 49(2): 109-118

53.   Hansen,-J-E; New,-T-R. 2005. Use of barrier pitfall traps to enhance inventory surveys of epigaeic Coleoptera. Journal-of-Insect-Conservation 9(2): 131-136

54.   Harper,-G-L; King,-R-A; Dodd,-C-S; Harwood,-J-D; Glen,-D-M; Bruford,-M-W; Symondson,-W-O-C. 2005. Rapid screening of invertebrate predators for multiple prey DNA targets. Molecular-Ecology 14(3): 819-827

55.   Harwood-JD; Obrycki-JJ. 2005. Quantifying aphid predation rates of generalist predators in the field. EUROPEAN-JOURNAL-OF-ENTOMOLOGY 102(3): 335-350

56.   Heise,-J; Heimbach,-U; Schrader,-S. 2005. Influence of soil organic carbon on acute and chronic toxicity of plant protection products to Poecilus cupreus (Coleoptera, Carabidae) larvae. Journal-of-Soils-and-Sediments 5(3): 139-142

57.   Herzog,-F. 2005. Symposium on 'Agri-Environment schemes as real world landscape experiments', presented at the World Congress 'Crossing Frontiers - Landscape Ecology Down Under', Darwin, Australia, 15 July 2003. Agriculture,-Ecosystems-and-Environment 108(3): 175-290

58.   Honek,-A; Martinkova,-Z; Saska,-P. 2005. Post-dispersal predation of Taraxacum officinale (dandelion) seed. Journal-of-Ecology 93(2): 345-352

59.   Huber-C; Baumgarten-M. 2005. Early effects of forest regeneration with selective and small scale clear-cutting on ground beetles (Coleoptera, Carabidae) in a Norway spruce stand in Southern Bavaria (Hoglwald). BIODIVERSITY-AND-CONSERVATION 14(8): 1989-2007

60.   Hughes-M; Weir-A. 2005. New species and records of Laboulbeniales from the subantarctic islands of New Zealand. MYCOLOGIA-. 96(6): 1355-1369

61.   Husband-RW; Husband-DO. 2005. A new species of Dorsipes regenfuss (Acari : Podapolipiedae), Ectoparasite of Amara latior Kirby (Coleoptera : Carabidae) from Arizona. PROCEEDINGS-OF-THE-ENTOMOLOGICAL-SOCIETY-OF-WASHINGTON. 107(1): 71-77

62.   Husband-RW; Weatherby-CA. 2005. Description of the male Dorsipes auncinius (Acari : Podapolipidae) from Tefflus sp (Coleoptera : Carabidae) in Kenya and comparison of adult and larval females of Dorsipes auncinius from Democratic Republic of the Congo and southern Kenya. INTERNATIONAL-JOURNAL-OF-ACAROLOGY 31(3): 245-248

63.   Hutchins,-D; Hancock,-EG. 2005. Some early records of Pelophila borealis Paykull (Col.: Carabidae) on the Scottish mainland. Entomologist's-Record-and-Journal-of-Variation 117(Part 2): 49-50

  1. Isaacs, R., O'Neal, M.E., Szendrei, Z., and Tuell, J. (2004) Potential of ground covers for manipulating pest, predator, and pollinator populations in highbush blueberry. IOBC/wprs Bulletin 27, 17-24.

65.   Isono,-M. 2005. Three approaches for cost-effective sampling of carabid beetles. Japanese-Journal-of-Entomology-New-Series 8(1): 1-13

66.   Jepsen,-J-U; Topping,-C-J; Odderskaer,-P. 2005. Andersen,-P-N Evaluating consequences of land-use strategies on wildlife populations using multiple-species predictive scenarios. Agriculture,-Ecosystems-and-Environment 105(4): 581-594

67.   Jopp-F; Reuter-H. 2005. Dispersal of carabid beetles - emergence of distribution patterns. ECOLOGICAL-MODELLING 186(4): 389-405

68.   Juen,-A; Traugott,-M. 2005. Detecting predation and scavenging by DNA gut-content analysis: a case study using a soil insect predator-prey system. Oecologia 142(3): 344-352

69.   Kanat,-M; Toprak,-O; Akbulut,-S. 2005. Determination of some biological characteristics of Calosoma sycophanta L. (Coleoptera: Carabidae). Turkish-Journal-of-Zoology 29(1): 71-75

70.   Keller,-I; Excoffier,-L; Largiader,-C-R. 2005. Estimation of effective population size and detection of a recent population decline coinciding with habitat fragmentation in a ground beetle.  Journal-of-Evolutionary-Biology 18(1): 90-100

71.   Kippenhan,-M-G. 2005. Notes on the biogeography and dorsal coloration of Cicindela amargosae Dahl (Coleoptera: Carabidae). Western-North-American-Naturalist 65(2): 145-152

72.   Koivula-MJ; Vermeulen-HJW. 2005. Highways and forest fragmentation - effects on carabid beetles (Coleoptera, Carabidae). LANDSCAPE-ECOLOGY 20(8): 911-926

73.   Kok,-O-B; Haddad,-C-R; Niekerk,-D-J-van; Butler,-H-J-B; Nawaz,-M-A. 2005. Invertebrates as a potential food source of brown bears on the Deosai Plateau, Northern Pakistan. Pakistan-Journal-of-Biological-Sciences 8(1): 13-19

74.   Koss,-A-M; Jensen,-A-S; Schreiber,-A; Pike,-K-S; Snyder,-W-E. 2005. Comparison of predator and pest communities in Washington potato fields treated with broad-spectrum, selective, or organic insecticides. Environmental-Entomology 34(1): 87-95

75.   Lagisz,-M; Kramarz,-P; Niklinska,-M Metal kinetics and respiration rates in F1 generation of carabid beetles (Pterostichus oblongopunctatus F.) originating from metal-contaminated and reference areas. Archives-of-Environmental-Contamination-and-Toxicology 48(4): 484-489

76.   Larochelle,-A Lariviere,-M-C. 2005. Harpalini: (Insecta: Coleoptera: Carabidae: Harpalinae). Fauna-of-New-Zealand (53): 160 pp.

77.   Lassau,-S-A; Hochuli,-D-F; Cassis,-G; Reid,-C-A-M. 2005. Effects of habitat complexity on forest beetle diversity: do functional groups respond consistently? Diversity-and-Distributions 11(1): 73-82

78.   Liebherr-JK. 2005. Platynini (Coleoptera : Carabidae) of Vanuatu: Miocene diversification on the Melanesian Arc. INVERTEBRATE-SYSTEMATICS 19(4): 263-295

79.   Lin-YingChi; James,-R; Dolman,-P-M. 2005. Are pitfalls biased? A comparison of carabid composition from pitfall trapping and hand searching in forest habitats.  British-Journal-of-Entomology-and-Natural-History 18(1): 17-25

80.   Lopez-MD; Prasifka-JR; Bruck-DJ; Lewis-LC. 2005. Utility of Ground Beetle Species in Field Tests of Potential Nontarget Effects of Bt Crops. ENVIRONMENTAL-ENTOMOLOGY 34(5): 1317-1324

81.   Lundgren,-J-G; Duan,-J-J; Paradise,-M-S; Wiedenmann,-R-N. 2005. Rearing protocol and life history traits for Poecilus chalcites (Coleoptera: Carabidae) in the laboratory. Journal-of-Entomological-Science 40(2): 126-135

  1. Lundgren, J. G. 2005. Ground beetle (Coleoptera: Carabidae) ecology: their function and diversity in natural and agricultural habitats. American Entomologist 51(4): 218.


  1. Lundgren, J. G. 2005. Ground beetles as weed control agents: the influence of farm management on granivory. American Entomologist 51(4): 219-221.


84.   Magura-T; Tothmeresz-B; Molnar-T. 2005. Changes in carabid beetle assemblages along an urbanisation gradient in the city of Debrecen, Hungary. LANDSCAPE-ECOLOGY. 19(7): 747-759

85.   Marek-PE; Kavanaugh-DH. 2005. The evolutionary relationships of north American Diplous Motschulsky (Coleoptera : Carabidae : Patrobini) inferred from morphological and molecular evidence. INVERTEBRATE-SYSTEMATICS 19(2): 145-168

86.   Marko,-V; Kadar,-F. 2005. Effects of different insecticide disturbance levels and weed patterns on carabid beetle assemblages. Acta-Phytopathologica-et-Entomologica-Hungarica 40(1/2): 111-143

87.   Martinez-Navarro-EM; Galian-J; Serrano-J. 2005. Phylogeny and molecular evolution of the tribe Harpalini (Coleoptera, Carabidae) inferred from mitochondrial cytochrome-oxidase I. MOLECULAR-PHYLOGENETICS-AND-EVOLUTION 35(1): 127-146

88.   Mauchline,-A-L; Watson,-S-J; Brown,-V-K; Froud-Williams,-R-J Post-dispersal seed predation of non-target weeds in arable crops. Weed-Research 45(2): 157-164

89.   Mawdsley-JR. 2005. Extirpation of a population of Cicindela patruela Dejean (Coleoptera : Carabidae : Cicindelini) in suburban Washington, DC, USA. PROCEEDINGS-OF-THE-ENTOMOLOGICAL-SOCIETY-OF-WASHINGTON. 107(1): 64-70

90.   Mayoral-JG; Barranco-P. 2005. A new genus of the Eutrombidiinae Thor, 1935 (Acari : Eutrombidiidae) parasitic on an endemic beetle from the south of Spain. SYSTEMATIC-PARASITOLOGY 62(2): 111-115

91.   Meissle,-M; Vojtech,-E; Poppy,-G-M. 2005. Effects of Bt maize-fed prey on the generalist predator Poecilus cupreus L. (Coleoptera: Carabidae). Transgenic-Research 14(2): 123-132

92.   Mello,-M-J. 2005. Inventory of macrolepidoptera and other insects in the Boston Harbor Islands National Park area. Northeastern-Naturalist 12(3): 99-144

93.   Merivee,-E, Renou,-Michel; Mand,-Marika; Luik,-Anne; Heidemaa,-Mikk; Ploomi,-Angela. 2005. Electrophysiological responses to salts from antennal chaetoid taste sensilla of the ground beetle Pterostichus aethiops. Journal-of-Insect-Physiology 50(11): 1001-1013

94.   Merivee-E; Ploomi-A; Milius-M; Luik-A; Heidemaa-M. 2005. Electrophysiological identification of antennal pH receptors in the ground beetle Pterostichus oblongopunctatus. PHYSIOLOGICAL-ENTOMOLOGY 30(2): 122-133

95.   Millar-AJ; Waite-S. 2005. Patterns of shell damage among snails from a coppice woodland in Sussex, England. JOURNAL-OF-CONCHOLOGY 38 Part 4: 421-440

96.   Nakamura,-K; Taira,-J; Higa,-Y Internal elements of the millipede, Chamberlinius hualienensis Wang (Polydesmida: Paradoxosomatidae). Applied-Entomology-and-Zoology 40(2): 283-288

97.   O'-Neal,-M-E; Mason,-K-S; Isaacs,-R. 2005. Seasonal abundance of ground beetles in highbush blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum) fields and response to a reduced-risk insecticide program. Environmental-Entomology 34(2): 378-384

98.   O'-Neal,-M-E; Zontek,-E-L; Szendrei,-Z; Landis,-D-A; Isaacs,-R. 2005. Ground predator abundance affects prey removal in highbush blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum) fields and can be altered by aisle ground covers. BioControl 50(2): 205-222

99.   Ostman,-O. 2005 Asynchronous temporal variation among sites in condition of two carabid species. Ecological-Entomology 30(1): 63-69

100.                        Paetzold,-Achim; Tockner,-Klement. 2005. Effects of riparian arthropod predation on the biomass and abundance of aquatic insect emergence. Journal-of-the-North-American-Benthological-Society 24(2): 395-402

101.                        Pearce-JL; Schuurman-D; Barber-KN; Larrivee-M; Venier-LA; McKee-J; McKenney-D. 2005. Pitfall trap designs to maximize invertebrate captures and minimize captures of nontarget vertebrates. CANADIAN-ENTOMOLOGIST 137(2): 233-250

102.                        Pearson-DL; Cassola-F. 2005. A quantitative analysis of species descriptions of tiger beetles (Coleoptera : Cicindelidae), from 1758 to 2004, and notes about related developments in biodiversity studies. COLEOPTERISTS-BULLETIN 59(2): 184-193

103.                        Peck-R; Niwa-CG. 2005. Longer-term effects of selective thinning on carabid beetles and spiders in the Cascade Mountains of southern Oregon. NORTHWEST-SCIENCE. 78(4): 267-277.

104.                        Pereira-JL; da-Silva-AA; Picanco-MC; de-Barros-EC; Jakelaitis-A. 2005.  Effects of herbicide and insecticide interaction on soil entomofauna under maize crop. JOURNAL-OF-ENVIRONMENTAL-SCIENCE-AND-HEALTH-PART-B-PESTICIDES-FOOD-CONTAMINANTS-AND-AGRICULTURAL-WASTES. 2005; 40(1): 45-54

105.                        Ponomarenko-AG; Coram-RA; Jarzembowski-EA. 2005. New beetles (Insecta : Coleoptera) from the Berriasian Purbeck Limestone Group, Dorset, UK. CRETACEOUS-RESEARCH. 26(2): 277-281

106.                        Pons-X; Nunez-E; Lumbierres-B; Albajes-R. 2005. Epigeal aphidophagous predators and the role of alfalfa as a reservoir of aphid predators for arable crops.  EUROPEAN-JOURNAL-OF-ENTOMOLOGY 102(3): 519-525

107.                        Pontegnie,-M; Bus-de-Warnaffe,-G-du; Lebrun,-P. 2005. Impacts of silvicultural practices on the structure of hemi-edaphic macrofauna community. Pedobiologia 49(3): 199-210

108.                        Poza,-M-de-la; Pons,-X; Farinos,-G-P; Lopez,-C; Ortego,-F; Eizaguirre,-M; Castanera,-P; Albajes,-R. 2005. Impact of farm-scale Bt maize on abundance of predatory arthropods in Spain. Crop-Protection 24(7): 677-684

109.                        Proenca-SJR; Collares-Pereira-MJ; Serrano-ARM. 2005. Cytogenetic variability in three species of the genus Cicindela (s.l.) (Coleoptera, Cicindelidae): Karyotypes and localization of 18S rDNA genes. GENETICS-AND-MOLECULAR-BIOLOGY. 27(4): 555-560.

110.                        Purtauf,-T; Dauber,-J; Wolters,-V. 2005. The response of carabids to landscape simplification differs between trophic groups. Oecologia 142(3): 458-464

111.                        Purtauf,-T; Roschewitz,-I; Dauber,-J; Thies,-C; Tscharntke,-T; Wolters,-V. 2005. Landscape context of organic and conventional farms: influences on carabid beetle diversity. Agriculture,-Ecosystems-and-Environment 108(2): 165-174

112.                        Puza-V; Mracek-Z. 2005. Seasonal dynamics of entomopathogenic nematodes of the genera Steinernema and Heterorhabditis as a response to abiotic factors and abundance of insect hosts. JOURNAL-OF-INVERTEBRATE-PATHOLOGY 89(2): 116-122

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