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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Literature Pertinent to Project (Sorted by Subject)
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1 - Behavior
2 - Biology
3 - Morphology and Structure
4 - Population Dynamics
5 - Ecology
6 - Host
7 - Damage
8 - Pheromone and Attraction
9 - Molecular and Genetics
10 - Reproduction
11 - Model and Prediction
12 - Prevention
13 - Detection and Monitor
14 - Eradication
15 - Management and Control
Model and Prediction

  1. Akers, R. C., and D. G. Nielsen. 1984. Predicting Agrilus-Anxius Coleoptera Buprestidae Adult Emergence by Heat Unit Accumulation. Journal of Economic Entomology 77: 1459-1463.
  2. Akotsen-Mensah, C., R. T. Boozer, A. G. Appel, and H. Y. Fadamiro. 2011. Seasonal Occurrence and Development of Degree-Day Models for Predicting Activity of Conotrachelus Nenuphar (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in Alabama Peaches. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 104: 192-201.
  3. Bian, M. et al. 1986. Study on the Occurrence, Survey and Prediction of Asian Longhorned Beetle. Shandong Forestry Science and Technology 3: 24.
  4. Damos, P., and M. Savopoulou-Soultani. 2012. Temperature-Driven Models for Insect Development and Vital Thermal Requirements. Psyche 2012: 13.
  5. Davis, P. M., L. L. Allee, and N. Brenes. 1996. Temperature Dependent Models to Predict Regional Differences in Corn Rootworm (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) Phenology. Environmental Entomology 25: 767-775.
  6. Faust, L. F., and P. A. Weston. 2009. Degree-Day Prediction of Adult Emergence of Photinus Carolinus (Coleoptera: Lampyridae) [Electronic Resource]. Environmental Entomology 38: 1505-1512.
  7. Fukaya, M., T. Akino, T. Yasuda, H. Yasui, and S. Wakamura. 2004. Visual and Olfactory Cues for Mate Orientation Behaviour in Male White-Spotted Longicorn Beetle, Anoplophora Malasiaca. Entomologia experimentalis et applicata 111: 111-115.
  8. Glen, A. S., R. P. Pech, and A. E. Byrom. 2013. Connectivity and Invasive Species Management: Towards an Integrated Landscape Approach. Biological Invasions 15: 1387-3547
  9. Gomez, N. N., R. C. Venette, J. R. Gould, and D. F. Winograd. 2009. A Unified Degree Day Model Describes Survivorship of Copitarsia Corruda Pogue & Simmons (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) at Different Constant Temperatures. Bulletin of Entomological Research 99: 65–72.
  10. Goosey, H. B. 2012. A Degree-Day Model of Sheep Grazing Influence on Alfalfa Weevil and Crop Characteristics. Journal of Economic Entomology 105: 102-112.
  11. Hanks, L. M., J. G. Millar, J. A. Moreira, J. D. Barbour, E. S. Lacey, J. S. McElfresh, F. R. Reuter, and A. M. Ray. 2007. Using Generic Pheromone Lures to Expedite Identification of Aggregation Pheromones for the Cerambycid Beetles Xylotrechus  Nauticus, Phymatodes Lecontei, and Neoclytus Modestus Modestus. Journal of Chemical Ecology 33: 889-907.
  12. Hao, Q., F. Meng, Y. Zhou, and J. Wang. 2005. A Transition Matrix Growth Model for Uneven-Aged Mixed-Species Forests in the Changbai Mountains, Northeastern China. New Forests 29: 221-231.
  13. He, X., J. Huang, J. Ye, Y. Huang, M. Gao, B. Ding, G. Zeng, Y. Xu, W. Li, and W. Kang. 2003. Studies on the Anoplophora Chinensis Beheavior and Control Technique Ii. Study on the A. Chinensis Control Technique. Journal of Fujian Forestry Science and Technology 30: 1-4,13.
  14. Herms, D. A. 1998. Understanding and Using Degree-Days. In D. A. Herms [ed.], Ornamental Plants -- Annual Reports and Research Reviews 1998. The Ohio State University
  15. Hou, J., X. Mi, C. Liu, and K. Ma. 2006. Tree Competition and Species Coexistence in a Quercus-Betula Forest in the Dongling Mountains in Northern China. Actaoecologica 30: 117-125.
  16. Juzwik, J., and K. Ward. ? Usda Forest Service Research on Invasive Exotic Pathogens in the Upper Midwest Region, USA. Post.
  17. Katsumi, T., and S. Nanako. 2006. Spread of the Pinewood Nematode Vectored by the Japanese Pine Sawyer:  Modeling and Analytical Approaches. Population Ecology 48: 271-283.
  18. Koch, F. H., and W. D. Smith. 2008. Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Xyleborus Glabratus (Coleoptera: Circulionidae: Scolytinae) Invasion in Eastern U.S. Forests. Environ. Entomol. 37: 442-452.
  19. Kraus, F., and D. C. Duffy. 2010. A Successful Model from Hawaii for Rapid Response to Invasive Species. Journal for Nature Conservation 18: 135–141.
  20. Lakin, K. R., and J. G. Morse. 1989. A Degree-Day Model for Fuller's Rose Beetle Pantomorus-Cervinus Boheman Coleoptera Curculionidae Egg Hatch. Journal of Applied Entomology 107: 102-106.
  21. Li, M., P. Wang, F. Ma, and Z. Yang. 2007. Study on the Parasitic Efficiency of Da Starcus Helophoroides on Anoplophora Glabripennis. Journal of Northwest A & F University(Nat . Sci. Ed. ) 35: 152-162.
  22. Li, M., X. Guo, S. Zhuang, and D. Wang. 2005. Study on Diversity of Mixed Forest and Its Pest Resistance for Anoplophora Glabripennis (Motschlsky). Scientia Silvae Sinicae 41: 157-164.
  23. Liu, J., X. He, Z. Li, S. Cai, and S. Chen. 2008. Study on the Spatial Distribution Pattern of Anoplophora Chinensis Larva. Jour of Fujian Forestry Sci and Tech 35: 91-96.
  24. Marchioro, C., and L. Foerster. 2011. Development and Survival of the Diamondback Moth, Plutella Xylostella (L.) (Lepidoptera: Yponomeutidae) as a Function of Temperature: Effect on the Number of Generations in Tropical and Subtropical Regions. Neotrop Entomol 40: 533-541.
  25. Merrill, S. C., F. B. Peairs, J. S. Armstrong, and A. Gebre-Amlak. 2010. Nonlinear Degree-Day Models for Postdiapause Development of the Sunflower Stem Weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) [Electronic Resource]. Journal of Economic Entomology 103: 302-307.
  26. Myint, Y. Y., K. Nakahira, M. Takagi, N. Furuya, and R. H. Shaw. 2012. Using Life-History Parameters and a Degree-Day Model to Predict Climate Suitability in England for the Japanese Knotweed Psyllid Aphalara Itadori Shinji (Hemiptera: Psyllidae). Biological Control 63: 129–134.
  27. Mytkolli, H., and D. Calitoiu. 2009. Statistical Modelling Using Sas. www.oasus.ca/modeling_part1.pdf. Accessed on 2012/06/27.
  28. Naves, P., and E. d. Sousa. 2009. Threshold Temperatures and Degree-Day Estimates for Development of Post-Dormancy Larvae of Monochamus Galloprovincialis (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae). Journal of  Pest Science 82: 1–6.
  29. 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.
  30. Petrovskii, S., D. Bearup, D. A. Ahmed, and R. Blackshaw. 2012. Estimating Insect Population Density from Trap Counts. Ecological Complexity 10: 69-82.
  31. 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.
  32. Sanchez, V., and M. A. Keena. 2013. Development of the Teneral Adult Anoplophora Glabripennis (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae): Time to Initiate and Completely Bore out of Maple Wood. Environ. Entomol. 42: 1-6.
  33. Schooley, R. L. 2006. Spatial Heterogeneity and Characteristic Scales of Species–Habitat Relationships. BioScience 56: 533-536.
  34. Stevenson, D. E., G. J. Michels, J. B. Bible, J. A. Jackman, and M. K. Harris. 2008. Physiological Time Model for Predicting Adult Emergence of Western Corn Rootworm (Coleoptera : Chrysomelidae) in the Texas High Plains. Journal of Economic Entomology 101: 1584-1593.
  35. Tobin, P. C., S. J. Fleischer, and C. W. Pitts. 1999. Spatio-Temporal Dynamics of Resident and Immigrating Populations of Carcinops Pumilio (Coleoptera: Histeridae) in High-Rise Poultry Facilities. J. Med. Entomol. 36: 568-577.
  36. Tuo, Y., J. Yun, and L. Wang. 1998. Preliminary Explore for Biological Characteristics, Forecast and Prediction of Asian Long-Horned Beetle. Inner Mongolia Forestry Science & Technology 4: 45-49.
  37. Wang, Z. 2004. Study on the Occurrence Dynamics of Anoplophora Glabripennis (Coloeptera:Cerambycidae) and Its Control Measures. PhD, Northeast Forestry University.  Harbin.
  38. Yan, J., and Y. Yan. 1999. The Study on the Model of Ecological Control of Long -Horned Beetle. Journal of Agricultural University of Hebei 4: 83-87.
  39. Yasui, H., N. Fujiwara-Tsujii, and S. Wakamura. 2011. Volatile Attractant Phytochemicals for a Population of White-Spotted Longicorn Beetles Anoplophora Malasiaca (Thomson) (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) Fed on Willow Differ from Attractants for a Population Fed on Citrus. Chemoecology 21: 51-58.
  40. Ye, J., B. Ding, and Q. Luo. 2000. Study on Complex Model of Population Dynamics of Anoplophora Chinesis. Protection Forest Science and Technology 6: 42-44.
  41. Zhou, L., D. R. Ring, and M. J. Stout. 2004. Degree-Day Models for Emergence and Development of the Rice Water Weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in Southwestern Louisiana. Environmental Entomology 33: 1541-1548.

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