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  1. Paine, T. D. 2008. Invasive Forest Insects, Introduced Forest Trees, and Altered Ecosystems,  Springer, P.O. Box 17, 3300 AA Dordrecht, The Netherlands.
  2. Paine, T. D., and J. G. Millar.2005. Invasion Biology and Management of Insects Feeding on Eucalyptus in California pp. 221-228 In F. Lieutier and D. Ghaioule (ed.), Entomological Research in Mediterranean Forest Ecosystems, INRA ed. Quae.
  3. Paine, T. D., J. G. Millar, and L. M. Hanks. ? Chapter 11. Host Preference Testing for Parasitoids of a Eucalyptus Borer in California, pp. 138-142, Assessing Host Ranges of Parasitoids and Predators.
  4. Paine, T. D., J. G. Millar, T. S. Bellows, L. M. Hanks, and J. R. Gould. 1993. Integrating Classical Biological Control with Plant Health in the Urban Forest. Journal of Arboriculture 19: 125-130.
  5. Pajares, J. A., F. Ibeas, J. J. Diez, and D. Gallego. 2004. Attractive Responses by Monochamus Galloprovincialis (Col., Cerambycidae) to Host and Bark Beetle Semiochemicals. Journal of Applied Entomology 128: 633–638.
  6. Palmer, W., B. Willson, and K. Pullen. 2000. Introduction, Rearing, and Host Range of Aerenicopsis Championi Bates (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) for the Biological Control of Lantana Camara L. In Australia. Biological Control 17: 227-233.
  7. Pan, H. 2001. Experiment on the Application of Microcapsules against Anoplophora Glabripennis in Poplars. Forest Pest and Disease 20: 17-18.
  8. Pan, Y., R. Birdsey, J. Hom, K. Mccullough, and K. Clark. 2006. Improved Estimates of Net Primary Productivity from Modis Satellite Data at Regional and Local Scales. Ecological Applications 16: 125-132.
  9. Pang, Z. 2001. The Current Situation and Control Counter Measures of Eucalypts Pest in China. Guangxi Forestry Science 30: 169-170.
  10. Park, H., W. Song, C. Na, and D. Jang. 1990. Growth Characteristics of Open-Pollinated Seedlings in Acer-Mono Max. . Research Report of the Forest Genetics Research Institute 26: 26-30.
  11. Parker, I. M., D. Simberloff, W. M. Lonsdale, K. Goodell, M. Wonham, P. M. Kareiva, M. H. Williamson, B. Von Holle, M. P.B., J. E. Byers, and L. Goldwasser. 1999. Impact: Toward a Framework for Understanding the Ecological Effects of Invaders. Biological Invasions 1: 3-19.
  12. Pawson, S. M., and M. S. Watt. 2009. An Experimental Test of a Visual-Based Push-Pull Strategy for Control of Wood Boring Phytosanitary Pests Agricultural and Forest Entomology 11: 239-245.
  13. Payne, J. A., S. G. Polles, D. Sparks, and E. J. Wehunt. 1976. The Distribution, Economic Importance, and Chemical Control of the Tilehorned Prionus (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) in Georgia. Journal of the Georgia Entomological Society 11: 9-16.
  14. Perez-Mendoza, J., J. E. Throne, and J. E. Baker. 2004. Ovarian Physiology and Age-Grading in the Rice Weevil, Sitophilus Oryzae (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). Journal of Stored Products Research 40: 179–196.
  15. Peters, D. P. C. 2004. Selection of Models of Invasive Species Dynamics. Weed Technology 18: 1236–1239.
  16. Peterson, A. T., and D. A. Vieglais. 2001. Predicting Species Invasions Using Ecological Niche Modeling: New Approaches from Bioinformatics Attack a Pressing Problem. BioScience 51: 363-372.
  17. Peterson, A. T., R. S. Pereira, and W. W. Hargrove. 2004. Potential Geographic Distribution of Anoplophora Glabripennis (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) in North America. American Midland Naturalist 151: 170-178.
  18. Petrovskaya, N. B. 2011. Challenges of Ecological Monitoring  Estimating Population Abundance from Sparse Trap Counts. Journl of The Royal Society Interface 1-16.
  19. Petrovskaya, N. B., and S. V. Petrovskii. 2010. The Coarse-Grid Problem in Ecological Monitoring. Proceedings of Royal Society A 466: 2933–2953.
  20. Petrovskii, S., D. Bearup, D. A. Ahmed, and R. Blackshaw. 2012. Estimating Insect Population Density from Trap Counts. Ecological Complexity 10: 69-82.
  21. Petter, F., P. Reynaud, and J. F. Germain. 2000. Plant Protection Regulations and Risk Analysis. A Presentation of Systems Aimed at Ensuring the Health Status of Imported Plant Products. Phytoma 529:7-10.
  22. Peverieri, G. S., and P. F. Roversi. 2010. Feeding and Oviposition of Anoplophora Chinensis on Ornamental and Forest Trees. Phytoparasitica 38: 421-428.
  23. Pfeilstetter, E., and R. Parusel. 2003. Monitoring of Anoplophora Glabripennis under the Responsibility of the Plant Protection Services. Nachrichtenblatt des Deutschen Pflanzenschutzdienstes 55: 81-82.
  24. Philips, C. R., D. A. Herbert, T. P. Kuhar, D. D. Reisig, and E. A. Roberts. 2012. Using Degree-Days to Predict Cereal Leaf Beetle (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) Egg and Larval Population Peaks. Environmental Entomology 41: 761-767.
  25. Phillips, T. W., J. R. McLaughlin, D. Czokajlo, and P. Kirach. ? Development of Attract and Kill for Stored Product Moths. Post.
  26. Phukam, E., J. N. Khound, and S. K. Dutta. 1993. Survey for Host Range of Citrus Trunk Borer, Anoplophora Versteegi (Ritsema) (Coleoptera Cerambycidae) in Assam. Indian J. Ent. 55: 34-37.
  27. Pi, Z., F. Wang, L. Gao, Y. Chen, W. Dai, and B. Bao. 2001. Experiment on Control of Saperda Populnea with Scleroderma Guani Forest Pest and Disease 20: 20-22.
  28. Pickett, J. A., H. B. Rasmussen, C. M. Woodcock, M. Matthes, and J. A. Napier. 2003. Plant Stress Signalling:Understanding and Exploiting Plant -Plant Interactions. Biochemical Society Transactions 31: 123-127.
  29. Pigatti, A., A. P. Takematsu, and P. R. d. Almeida. 1979. Preliminary Field Test for the Control of the Chayote Stem Borer, Adetus Muticus Thomson, 1852 (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae, Lamiinae), and General Observations on Its Habits. Biologico 45: 309-311.
  30. Platt, J. R. 1964. Strong Inference  Certain Systematic Methods of Scientific Thinking May Produce Much More Rapid Progress Than Others. Science 146: 347-353.
  31. Poland, T. M., R. A. Haack, T. R. Petrice, D. L. Miller, and L. S. Bauer. 2007. Laboratory Evaluation of the Toxicity of Systemic Insecticides for Control of Anoplophora Glabripennis and Plectrodera Scalator (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae). Journal of economic entomology 99: 85-93.
  32. Poland, T. M., R. A. Haack, T. R. Petrice, D. L. Miller, L. S. Bauer, and R. Gao. 2006. Field Evaluations of Systemic Insecticides for Control of Anoplophora Glabripennis (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) in China. Journal of economic entomology 99: 383-392.
  33. Polzin, W.-P. 2008. Der Citrusbockkäfer Anoplophora Chinensis – Sind Wir Noch Zu Retten?, http://www.lk-dbr.de/export/sites/lkbdbr/verwaltung/kreisverwaltung/umweltamt/naturschutz/oeffentlichkeitsarbeit/anoplophora_chinensis_citrusbockkaefer.pdf.
  34. Potting, R. P. J., J. N. Perry, and W. Powell. 2005. Insect Behavioural Ecology and Other Factors Affecting the Control Efficacy of Agro-Ecosystem Diversification Strategies. Ecological Modeling 182: 199-216.
  35. Prataplsinoh, and G. Prasad. 1985 Poplar Stem Borer, Apriona Cinerea Chevrolat (Coleoptera :Cerambycidae) Its Biology, Ecology and Controij, Prataplsinoh and Gang Prasad. Indian Forester 517-520.
  36. Price, D. L., J. Hough-Goldstein, and M. T. Smith. 2003. Biology, Rearing, and Preliminary Evaluation of Host Range of Two Potential Biological Control Agents for Mile-a-Minute Weed, Polygonum Perfoliatum L. Environ. Entomol. 32: 229-236.
  37. Pyšek, P., D. M. Richardson, and V. Jarošík. 2006. Who Cites Who in the Invasion Zoo: Insights from an Analysis of the Most Highly Cited Papers in Invasion Ecology. Preslia 78: 437-468.

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