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  1. Abe, S., T. Masaki, and T. Nakashizuka. 1995. Factors Influencing Sapling Composition in Canopy Gaps of a Temperate Deciduous Forest. Vegetatio 120: 21-32.
  2. Abou-Fakhr, E. M., L. B. E. Hibbard, K. J. D, and B. B. L. 1996. Electroantennogram Responses of Western Corn Rootworm (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) Adults in Relation to Maize Silk Morphology and Phenology. Environmental Entomology 25: 430-435
  3. Adachi, I. 1988. Reproductive Biology of the White-Spotted Longicorn Beetle, Anoplophora Malasiaca Thomson (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae), in Citrus Trees. Applied Entomology and Zoology 23: 256-264.
  4. Adachi, I. 1990. Control Methods for Anoplophora Malasiaca (Thomson) (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) in Citrus Groves Ii. Application of Wire Netting for Preventing Oviposition in the Mature Grove. Applied Entomology and Zoology 25: 79-83.
  5. Adachi, I. 1990. Population Studies of Anoplophora Malasiaca Adults (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) in a Citrus Grove. Researches on Population Ecology, 32: 15-32.
  6. Adachi, I. 1994. Development and Life Cycle of Anoplophora Malasiaca (Thomson) (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) on Citrus Trees under Fluctuating and Constant Temperature Regimes. Applied Entomology and Zoology 29: 485-497.
  7. Adachi, I., R. Korenaga, and T. Arai. 1992. Movement Patterns of Anoplophora Malasiaca(Thomson)(Coleoptera: Cerambycidae)Adults within a Citrus Tree). Bulletin of the Fruit Tree Research Station 23: 179-191.
  8. Ahmad, I., M. F. U. Khan, and R. Ahmad. 2005. Injection Measures with Systemic Insecticides on Fruit Trees for Leaf  Miner and Sucking Pests Management. Journal of Experimental Zoology (India) 8: 221-223.
  9. Akbulut, S., and M. J. Linit. 1999. Flight Performance of Monochamus Carolinensis (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) with Respect to Nematode Phoresis and Beetle Characteristics. Environ . Entomol . 28: 1014-1020.
  10. Akbulut, S., and M. J. Linit. 1999. Reproductive Potential of Monochamus Carolinensis (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) with Respect to Pinewood Nematode Phoresis Evirnomental Entomology 28: 407-411.
  11. Akbulut, S., and M. J. Linit. 1999. Seasonal Effect on Reproductive Performance of Monochamus Carolinensis (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) Reared in Pine Logs. Journal of Economic Entomology 92: 631 - 637
  12. 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.
  13. Akers, R. M. E., and S. D. S. E. Berry. 2005. Ovarian and Igf-I Axis Control of Mammary Development in Prepubertal  Heifers. Domestic Animal Endocrinology 29: 259-267.
  14. Akino, T., M. Fukaya, H. Yasui, and S. Wakamura. 2001. Sexual Dimorphism in Cuticular Hydrocarbons of the White-Spotted Longicorn Beetle, Anoplophora Malasiaca (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae). Entomological Science 4: 271-277.
  15. Akotsen-Mensah, C., R. T. Boozer, A. G. Appel, and A. H. Y. Fadamiro. 2011. Seasonal Occurrence and Development of Degree-Day Models for Predicting Activity of Conotrachelus Nenuphar (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in Alabama Peaches. Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 104: 192-201.
  16. 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.
  17. Ali, A. D., and J. M. Garcia. 1988. Efficacy and Economics of Selected Systemic Insecticides for Control of Phoracantha Semipunctata (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae), a New Pest in North America. Journal of economic entomology 81: 1124-1127.
  18. Allison, J. D., C. W. Johnson, J. R. Meeker, B. L. Strom, and S. M. Butler. 2011. Effect of Aerosol Surface Lubricants on the Abundance and Richness of Selected Forest Insects Captured in Multiple-Funnel and Panel Traps. Journal of Economic Entomology 104: 1258-1264.
  19. Allison, J. D., J. H. Borden, and S. J. Seybold. 2004. A Review of the Chemical Ecology of the Cerambycidae (Coleoptera). Chemoecology 14: 123-150.
  20. Allsopp, P. G. 1979. Determination of Age and Mated State of Adult Pterohelaeus Darlingensis Carter (Coleoptera : Tenebrionidae). J. Aust. Ent. Soc. 18: 235-239.
  21. An, J., J. Kim, and H. Kang. 1998. A Study on Patterns of Sap Water Users of Acer Mono. . Journal of Korean Forestry Society 87: 510-518.
  22. An, Y., X. Huang, X. Yang, X. Lin, B. Ji, B. Wang, and V. C. Mastro. 2004. A Study on Mtdna Sequence and Its Genetic Characteristics of Anoplophora Glabripennis and Its Sibling Species. Journal of Nanjing Forestry University (Natural Sciences Edition) 28:   6-12.
  23. Anon. 1980. Scientific Research Abstracts in Republic of China (1979).  ,  Science and Technology Information Center, National Science Council, , Taipei, Taiwan.
  24. Anonymity. ? Intercept Panel Trap - a Universal Trap for Management of Forest Coleoptera. Post.
  25. Anonymity. 1973. Preliminary Investigation and Control of Anoplophora Glapripennis. Ningxia Agricultural Science and Technology 1: 24-29.
  26. Anonymity. 1980. Long-Horm Beetle (Family Cerambycidae). Pest Control Technology 8: 40-41.
  27. Anonymity. 1980. Preliminary Research on Control Efficacy of Several New Insecticides on Anoplophora  Glabripennis (Motschulsky). Journal of Shaanxi Forest Science and Technology 2: 94-96.
  28. Anonymity. 1983. Forest Insects of China, China Forestry Publishing House, Beijing.
  29. Anonymity. 1998. Determination of the Infestation Abilities of Different Pathogenic Fungi to Asian Longhorned Beetle and Possible Application Techniques, Neimoggu Literature Press.
  30. Anonymity. 1999. Distribution Maps of Plant Pests, CAB International in Association with EPPO.
  31. Anonymity. 1999. Eppo Data Sheets on Quarantine Pests: Anoplophora Glabripennis. Bulletin OEPP 29: 497-501.
  32. Anonymity. 1999. Study of the Control Effects of Scleruderma Guani and Scleruderma Guani Carrying Pathogenic Fungi on Asian Longhorned Beetle Larvae. Inner Mongolia Forestry Science and  Technology 1: 34-40.
  33. Anonymity. 2002. First Record of the Dangerous Pest in Germany: What to Do against the Asiatic Longicorne Beetle [Anoplophora Glabripennis]? AFZ Der Wald, Allgemeine Forst Zeitschrift fur Waldwirtschaft und Umweltvorsorge 57: 367.
  34. Anonymity. 2002. Integrated Management of Poplar Long-Homed Beetles in Ningxia, pp. 1-7, Report.
  35. Anonymity. 2003. Questions and Answers About Asian Longhorned Beetle Control Treatments. APHIS Plant Protection and Quarantine.
  36. Anonymity. 2004. Bored to Death: Examing the Impact of Wood Boring Insects. Arbor age 24: 18-20, 22.
  37. Anonymity. 2004. Experimental Evidence for Alarm Pheromones in the Neotropical Longhorn Beetle ,Schwarerion Holochlorum Bates (Coleoptera : Ceranibycidae). The Coleoptensts Bulletin 58: 642-643.
  38. Anonymity. 2004. Wanted: The Asian Longhorned Beetle. USDA APHIS.
  39. Anonymity. 2005. Asian Longhorned Beetle (Anoplophora Glabripennis). Plant Protection and Quarantine.
  40. Anonymity. 2005. Xylotrechus Altaicus. Bulletin OEPP/EPPO Bulletin 35: 406-408.
  41. Anonymity. 2006. Agrilus Planipennis. Distribution Maps of Plant Pests 675.
  42. Anonymity. 2006. Agrilus Plannipenis. Distribution maps of quarantine pests for Europe 1-2.
  43. Anonymity. 2006. Compilation of Publication on Forest Technology in China Bureau of China State Forestry Beijing.
  44. Anonymity. 2006. Within-Subjects Design. Receiver: M. T. Smith,  Email of Receiver: Michael.Smith@ars.usda.gov.
  45. Anonymity. 2007. State Environmental Protection Bureau Declared First 16 Alien Invasive Species in China.
  46. Anonymity. 2008. Listing of Interesting Plants of the World-- Acer Truncatum, Australian New Crops Web Site. Australian New Crops.
  47. Anonymity. 2008. Listing of Interesting Plants of the World--Acer Mono and Acer Truncatum. In http://www.newcrops.uq.edu.au/listing/species_pages_A/Acer_mono.htm and http://www.newcrops.uq.edu.au/listing/species_pages_A/Acer_truncatum.htm [ed.], Australian New Crops Web Site. Australian New Crops.
  48. Anonymity. 2012. Bayer Says Bee Study Is "Seriously Flawed". Bayer CropScience.
  49. Anonymity. 2012. Incursion of Anoplophora Chinensis in Denmark in 2011. https://www.ippc.int/index.php. Accessed on 2011-06-24.
  50. Anonymity. 2013. International Websites of Global Invasive Species, International websites.
  51. Anselin, L. 1995. Local Indicators of Spatial Association Lisa. Geographical Analysis 27: 93 -115.
  52. Appleby, J. E. 1999. The Pine Shoot Beetle and the Asian Longhorned Beetle, Two New Exotic Pests. Phytoprotection 80: 97-101.
  53. Araújo, A. L. L., E. A. N. Fernandes, E. J. França, and M. A. Bacchi. 2008. Status of Chemical Elements in Atlantic Forest Tree Species near an Industrial Complex. Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry 278: 429–433.
  54. Ardle, J. 1999. End in Sight for Longhorned Beetle. Horticulture Week Aug.12.
  55. Asano, W., F. N. Munyiri, Y. I, Shintani, and Y. I. A. 2004. Interactive Effects of Photoperiod and Temperature on Diapause Induction and Termination in the Yellow-Spotted Longicorn Beetle, Psacothea Hilaris. Physiological Entomology 29: 458-463.
  56. Attorre, F. 2008. Beyond Eradication. The Ecosystem Approach to the Management of Biological Invasions, pp. 1-7, Rome, Italy.
  57. Auclair, A. N. D., G. Fowler, M. K. Hennessey, A. T. Hogue, M. Keena, D. R. Lance, R. M. McDowell, D. O. Oryang, and A. J. Sawyer. 2005. Assessment of the Risk of Introduction of Anoplophora Glabripennis (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) in Municipal Solid Waste from the Quarantine Area of New York City to Landfills Outside of the Quarantine Area: A Pathway Analysis of the Risk of Spread and Establishment. Journal of Economical Entomollogy 98: 47-60.
  58. Aukema, J. E., B. Leung, K. Kovacs, C. Chivers, K. O. Britton, J. Englin, S. J. Frankel, R. G. Haight, T. P. Holmes, A. M. Liebhold, D. G., McCullough, and B. V. Holle. 2011. Economic Impacts of Non-Native Forest Insects in the Continental United States. PLoS ONE 6: 1-7.
  59. Aukema, J. E., D. G. McCullough, B. V. Holle, A. M. Liebhold, K. Britton, and S. J. Frankel. 2010. Historical Accumulation of Nonindigenous Forest Pests in the Continental United States. BioScience 60: 886–897.
  60. Aumed, M. K., L. D. Newsom, J. S. Rorssm, and R. B. Emerson. 1954. Franslocation of Systox in the Cotton Plant. Journal of economic entomology 47: 684-691.
  61. Avila, J., and L. A. Rodriguez-del-Bosque. 2005. Impact of a Release on Anticarsia Gemmatis (Lepidoptera:Noctuidae), Secondary Insect Pests and Predators on Soybeean in Mexico. Journal of  Entomology Science 40: 222-230.
  62. Awmack, C. S., and S. R. Leather. 2002. Host Plant Quality and Fecundity in Herbivorous Insects. Annual Reviews Entomology 47: 817-844.

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