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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

James R Hagler
Research Entomologist


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Cover crops increase foraging activity of omnivorous predators in seed patches and facilitate weed biological control -
Blubaugh, C.K., Hagler, J.R., Machtley, S.A., Kaplan, I. 2016. Cover crops increase foraging activity of omnivorous predators in seed patches and facilitate weed biological control. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 231:264-270.
Protein self-marking by ectoparasites: a case study using bed bugs -
Sivakoff, F.S., Jones, S.C., Machtley, S.A., Hagler, J.R. 2016. Protein self-marking by ectoparasites: a case study using bed bugs. Journal of Medical Entomology. doi: 10.1093/jme/tjw117.
A false positive food chain error associated with a generic predator gut content ELISA -
Host plant preference of Lygus hesperus exposed to three desert-adapted industrial crops Reprint Icon -
Hagler, J.R., Tassone, E.E., Coffelt, T., Lipka, A.E. 2016. Host plant preference of Lygus hesperus exposed to three desert-adapted industrial crops. Industrial Crops and Products. 89:363-367. doi: 10.1016/j.indcrop.2016.05.041.
Wanted dead or alive: scavenging versus predation by three insect predators -
Evidence of intraguild predation on a key member of the cotton predator complex Reprint Icon -
Hagler, J.R., Blackmer, F. 2015. Evidence of intraguild predation on a key member of the cotton predator complex. FOOD WEBS. 4:8-13.
Accuracy of a prey-specific DNA assay and a generic prey-immunomarking assay for detecting predation -
Hagler, J.R., Blackmer, F., Spurgeon, D.W. 2015. Accuracy of a prey-specific DNA assay and a generic prey-immunomarking assay for detecting predation. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 6(12):1426-1434. doi: 10.1111/2041-210X.12436.
Administering and detecting protein marks on arthropods for dispersal research -
Hagler, J.R., Machtley, S.A. 2016. Administering and detecting protein marks on arthropods for dispersal research. Journal of Visualized Experiments. 107:e53693. doi: 10.3791/53693(2016).
Distribution and activity of Drosophila suzukii in cultivated raspberry and surrounding vegetation -
Klick, J., Yang, W., Walton, V., Dalton, D., Hagler, J.R., Dreves, A., Lee, J.C., Bruck, D. 2016. Distribution and activity of Drosophila suzukii in cultivated raspberry and surrounding vegetation. Journal of Applied Entomology. 140:37-46. doi: 10.1111/jen.12234.
A potential sampling error associated with insect protein mark-capture data Reprint Icon -
Hagler, J.R., Machtley, S.A., Blackmer, F. 2015. A potential sampling error associated with insect protein mark-capture data. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata. 154:28-34.
Development of a standardized protein immunomarking protocol for insect mark-capture dispersal research Reprint Icon -
Hagler, J.R., Naranjo, S.E., Machtley, S.A., Blackmer, F. 2014. Development of a standardized protein immunomarking protocol for insect mark-capture dispersal research. Journal of Applied Entomology. 138:772-782.
Characterization of Retention and Transfer of Protein Labels in the Saltcedar Leaf Beetle for use in Ecological Studies -
Williams III, L.H., Hagler, J.R., Tonkel, K.C. 2014. Characterization of Retention and Transfer of Protein Labels in the Saltcedar Leaf Beetle for use in Ecological Studies. International Symposium on Biological Control of Weeds. p. 131.
Evaluating Drosophila suzukii (Diptera: Drosophilidae) immunomarking for mark-capture research -
Klick, J., Lee, J.C., Hagler, J.R., Bruck, D.J., Yang, W.Q. 2014. Evaluating Drosophila suzukii (Diptera: Drosophilidae) immunomarking for mark-capture research. Environmental Entomology. 152:31-41.
Impact of bioenergy crops on pests, natural enemies and pollinators in agricultural and non-crop landscapes -
Semiochemical lures reduce emigration and enhance pest control services in open-field predator augmentation Reprint Icon -
Kelly, J.L., Hagler, J.R., Kaplan, I. 2014. Semiochemical lures reduce emigration and enhance pest control services in open-field predator augmentation. Biological Control. 71:70-77.
Dispersion and movement of the Lygus spp.parasitoid Peristenus relictus (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) in trapcropped organic strawberries Reprint Icon -
Swezey, S.L., Nieto, D.J., Pickett, C.H., Hagler, J.R., Bryer, J.A., Machtley, S.A. 2014. Dispersion and movement of the Lygus spp.parasitoid Peristenus relictus (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) in trapcropped organic strawberries. Environmental Entomology. 42(2):363-369.
An immunological approach to distinguish arthropod vivaphagy from necrophagy Reprint Icon -
Zilnik, G., Hagler, J.R. 2013. An immunological approach to distinguish arthropod viviphagy from necrophagy. Biocontrol. 58:807-814.
Does dimethyl sulfoxide increase protein immunomarking efficiency for dispersal and predation studies? -
Williams III, L.H., Hagler, J.R., Tonkel, K.C. 2013. Does dimethyl sulfoxide increase protein immunomarking efficiency for dispersal and predation studies? Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata. 148:275-286.
Identifying inter-and intraguild predator feeding activity of an anthropod predator assemblage Reprint Icon -
Hagler, J.R., Blackmer, F. 2013. Identifying inter-and intraguild predator feeding activity of an anthropod predator assemblage. Ecological Entomology. 38:258-271.
Dispersion, distribution and movement of Lygus spp.(Hemiptera:Miridae)in trap-cropped organic strawberries Reprint Icon -
Swezey, S.L., Nieto, D.J., Hagler, J.R., Pickett, C.H., Bryer, J.A., Machtley, S.A. 2013. Dispersion, distribution and movement of Lygus spp.(Hemiptera:Miridae)in trap-cropped organic strawberries. Environmental Entomology. 42(4):770-778.
Gut content examination of the citrus predator assemblage for the presence of Homalodisca vitripennis remains Reprint Icon -
Hagler, J.R., Blackmer, F., Krugner, R., Groves, R.L., Morse, J.G., Johnson, M.W. 2013. Gut content examination of the citrus predator assemblage for the presence of Homalodisca vitripennis remains. Biocontrol. 58:341-349.
Relative dispersal ability of a key agricultural pest and its predators in an annual agroecosystem -
Sivakoff, F.S., Rosenheim, J.A., Hagler, J.R. (2012). Relative dispersal ability of a key agricultural pest and its predators in an annual agroecosystem. Biological Control. 63:296-303
Employing immunomarkers to track dispersal and trophic relationships of piercing-sucking predator, Podisus maculiventris (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) -
Kelly, J.L., Hagler, J.R., Kaplan, I. 2012. Employing immunomarkers to track dispersal and trophic relationships of piercing-sucking predator, Podisus maculiventris (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). Environmental Entomology. 41(6):1527-1533.
Plant water stress effects on the net dispersal rate of the insect vector Homalodisca vitripennis (Germar) (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) and movement of its egg parasitoid, Gonatocerus ashmeadi Girault (Hymenoptera: Mymaridae) -
Krugner, R., Hagler, J.R., Groves, R.L., Sisterson, M.S., Morse, J.G., Johnson, M.W. 2012. Plant water stress effects on the net dispersal rate of the insect vector Homalodisca vitripennis (Germar) (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) and movement of its egg parasitoid, Gonatocerus ashmeadi Girault (Hymenoptera: Mymaridae). Environmental Entomology. 41(6):1279-1289.
A comparative study of the retention and lethality of the first and second generation arthropod protein markers -
Slosky, L.M., Hoffmann, E.J., Hagler, J.R. 2012. A comparative study of the retention and lethality of the first and second generation arthropod protein markers. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata. 144(2):165-171.
Laboratory investigation of triple marking the parasitoid Gonatocerus ashmeadi (Hymenoptera: Mymaridae) with a fluorescent dye and two animal proteins -
Irvin, N.A., Hagler, J.R., Hoddle, M.S. 2012. Laboratory investigation of triple marking the parasitoid Gonatocerus ashmeadi (Hymenoptera: Mymaridae) with a fluorescent dye and two animal proteins. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata. 143:1-12.
Quantifying the area-wide dispersal patterns of honeybees in commercial alfalfa fields -
Hagler, J.R., Mueller, S., Teuber, L.R., Van Deynze, A. 2011. Quantifying the area-wide dispersal patterns of honeybees in commercial alfalfa fields. The Science of Gene Flow in Agriculture and its Role in Co-existence. 43-45.
Gene flow in commercial alfalfa fields and implications to isolation and seed certification -
Teuber, L.R., Mueller, S., Hagler, J.R., Van Deynez, A. 2011. Gene flow in commercial alfalfa fields and implications to isolation and seed certification. The Science of Gene Flow in Agriculture and its Role in Co-existence. 46-48.
Retention of immunolabels by Diorhabda carinulata (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae), a biological control agent of saltcedar -
Williams III, L.H., Hagler, J.R., Tonkel, K.C. 2011. Retention of immunolabels by Diorhabda carinulata (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae), a biological control agent of saltcedar. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata. 141:154-162.
An immunological approach to quantify consumption of protein-tagged Lygus hesperus by the entire cotton predator assemblage -
Hagler, J.R. 2011. An immunological approach to quantify consumption of protein-tagged Lygus hesperus by the entire cotton predator assemblage. Biological Control. 58 (2011) 337–345.
An approach to quantify consumption of protein-tagged Lygus hesperus by the entire cotton predator assemblage -
Deciphering Scavenging Propensity Among Arthropod Predators. -
Zilnik, G., Hagler, J.R. 2011. Deciphering Scavenging Propensity Among Arthropod Predators.. Meeting Abstract. pg 15.
Gene Flow in Seed Alfalfa: A Summary of Recent Research -
Mueller, S.C., Teuber, L.R., Hagler, J.R. 2011. Gene Flow in Seed Alfalfa: A Summary of Recent Research. California Alfalfa Symposium Proceedings. 43-45.
A method for distinctly marking honey bees, Apis mellifera originating from multiple apiary locations -
Hagler, J.R., Mueller, S., Teuber, L.R., Van Deynze, A., Martin, J. (2011). A method for distinctly marking honey bees, Apis mellifera originating from multiple apiary locations. Journal of Insect Science. 11:146
Foraging range of honey bees, Apis mellifera, in alfalfa seed production fields -
Hagler, J.R., Mueller, S., Teuber, L.R., Machtley, S.A., Deynze, A.V. 2011. Foraging range of honey bees, Apis mellifera, in alfalfa seed production fields. Journal of Insect Science. 11:144.
A Potential Sampling Error Associated with Insect Protein Mark-Capture Data. -
Zilnik, G., Hagler, J.R. 2011. A Potential Sampling Error Associated with Insect Protein Mark-Capture Data.. Meeting Abstract. 47.
Effects of Guayule Resin on Termite Feeding Activity -
Slosky, L., Baker, P., Coffelt, T.A., Nakayam, F., Machtley, S.A., Hagler, J.R. 2011. Effects of Guayule Resin on Termite Feeding Activity. 22nd Annual UBRP Conference, Tucson, AZ, January 22, 2011, 22:43.
Threshold choice and the analysis of protein marking data in long distance dispersal studies. -
Sivakoff, F.S., Rosenheim, J.A., Hagler, J.R. 2011. Threshold choice and the analysis of protein marking data in long distance dispersal studies. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 2:77–85.
An Approach to Mark Arthropods for Mark Capture Type Research -
Hagler, J.R., Jones, V.P. 2010. An Approach to Mark Arthropods for Mark Capture Type Research. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata. 135: 177-192.
Leaving A Mark: A Comparison Arthropod Protein Marking Protocols -
Slosky, L., Hagler, J.R., Machtley, S.A. 2010. Leaving A Mark: A Comparison Arthropod Protein Marking Protocols. In the University of Arizona Undergraduate Biology Research Program,21st Annual Conference,Jan. 23,2010
Utilizing rabbit immunoglobulin G (IgG) protein for mark-capture studies on the desert subterranean termite, Heterotermes aureus (Snyder) -
Baker, P.B., Hagler, J.R., Marchosky, R., Machtley, S.A., Brown, J.M., Riehle, M.A., Bellamy, D.E. 2010. Utilizing rabbit immunoglobulin G (IgG) protein for mark-capture studies on the desert subterranean termite, Heterotermes aureus (Snyder). Insectes Sociaux. 57:147-155.
Diet selection exhibited by various lifestages of the omnivores lygus hesperus (Heteroptera: Miridae) and lygus lineolaris -
Hagler, J.R., Jackson, C.G., Blackmer, J.L. (2010). Diet selection exhibited by various lifestages of the omnivores Lygus hesperus (Heteroptera: Miridae) and Lygus lineolaris. Journal of Insect Science. 10:134
Quantification of Movement and Spatiotemporal Distribution of Homalodisca vitripennis (Germar) (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) in a Citrus Orchard Using a Protein Marking Technique -
Krugner, R., Johnson, M.W., Hagler, J.R., Groves, R., Morse, J.G. 2009. Quantification of Movement and Spatiotemporal Distribution of Homalodisca vitripennis (Germar) (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) in a Citrus Orchard Using a Protein Marking Technique. Entomological Society of America Annual Meeting. Available: http://esa.confex.com/esa/2009/webprogram/Paper39813.html.
Seasonal Population Dynamics of Homalodisca vitripennis (Germar) (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) in Sweet Orange Trees Maintained under Continuous Deficit Irrigation -
Krugner, R., Groves,, R.L., Johnson,, M.W., Flores,, A.P., Hagler, J.R., Morse,, J.G. 2009. Seasonal Population Dynamics of Homalodisca vitripennis (Germar) (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) in Sweet Orange Trees Maintained under Continuous Deficit Irrigation. Journal of Economic Entomology. 102(3):960-973.
Methods to Mark Termites with Protein for Mark-Release-Recapture and Mark-Capture Type Studies. -
Hagler, J.R., Baker, P.B., Marchosky, R., Machtley, S.A., Bellamy, B.E. 2009. Methods to Mark Termites with Protein for Mark-Release-Recapture and Mark-Capture Type Studies.Insectes Sociaux 56: 213-220
Using Existing Methods in New Ecosystems- Can we Just Plug and Play. -
Mansfield, S., Hagler, J.R. 2009. Using Existing Methods in New Ecosystems- Can we Just Plug and Play.. International Symposium on Biological Control of Arthropods.
The Use of Protein Markers to Pinpoint Predation Events -
Hagler, J.R. 2009. The Use of Protein Markers to Pinpoint Predation Events. Integrated Pest Management Symposium Workshop Proceedings. 19.4 pg 35.
Tracking Pollinator Movement with Protein Markers to Enhance Gene Flow Evaluations. -
Mueller, S.C., Hagler, J.R., Teuber, L.R. 2009. Tracking Pollinator Movement with Protein Markers to Enhance Gene Flow Evaluations.. Integrated Pest Management Symposium Workshop Proceedings. 19.5 pg 35.
The Problem of False Positives in Protein Marking Techniques -
Sheller, F.J., Rosenheim, J.A., Hagler, J.R. 2009. The Problem of False Positives in Protein Marking Techniques. Integrated Pest Management Symposium Workshop Proceedings. 19.6 pg 35.
Spatiotemporal Distribution and Movement of Glassy-Winged Sharpshooters in a Citrus Orchard -
Krugner, R., Johnson, M.W., Hagler, J.R., Groves, R., Morse, J. 2009. Spatiotemporal Distribution and Movement of Glassy-Winged Sharpshooters in a Citrus Orchard. National IPM Symposium, Portland, Oregon, March 24-26, 2009.
Pinpointing Predation Events: A different molecular approach. -
Identifying the predator complex of Homalodisca vitripennis (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae): A comparative study of the efficacy of an ELISA and PCR gut content assay -
Fournier, V., Hagler, J.R., Daane, K., De Leon, J.H., Groves, R. 2008. Identifying the predator complex of Homalodisca vitripennis (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae): A comparative study of the efficacy of an ELISA and PCR gut content assay. Oecologia. 157: 629-640
Comparative Studies of Predation Among Feral, Commercially-Purchased, and Laboratory-Reared Predators -
Hagler, J 2009. Comparative Studies of Predation Among Feral, Commercially-Purchased, and Laboratory-Reared Predators. Biocontrol. 54:351-361
Time of day, seasonality, cardinal direction, and xylem sap effects on Homalodisca vitripennis population dynamics and movement in citrus -
Effects of citrus and avocado irrigation and nitrogen-form soil amendment on host selection by adult Homalodisca vitripennis -
Nadel, H., Seligmann, R., Johnson, M.W., Hagler, J.R., Stenger, D.C., Groves, R.L. 2008. Effects of citrus and avocado irrigation and nitrogen-form soil amendment on host selection by adult Homalodisca vitripennis. Environmental Entomology. 37(3):787-795.
Dispersal and Movement of the Glassy-winged Sharpshooter and Associated Natural Enemies in a Continuous, Deficit-irrigated Agricultural Landscape -
Krugner, R., Nadel, H., Johnson,, M.W., Hagler, J.R., Morgan,, D., Stenger, D.C., Groves, R. 2007. Dispersal and Movement of the Glassy-winged Sharpshooter and Associated Natural Enemies in a Continuous, Deficit-irrigated Agricultural Landscape. In: Proceedings of CDFA Pierce's Disease Control Program Research Symposium, December 12-14, 2007, San Diego, California. p. 38-41
A comparative study on the efficacy of a pest-specific and prey marking enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay for detection of predation -
Mansfield, S., Hagler, J.R., Whitehouse, M.E. 2008 A comparative study on the efficacy of a pest-specific and prey marking enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay for detection of predation. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata. Vol 127, P199-2006
Potassium chloride deters Lygus hesperus feeding behavior -
Hagler, J.R., Blackmer, J.L. 2007. Potassium chloride deters Lygus hesperus feeding behavior. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 124: 337-345.
An immunological approach for quantifying predation rates on glassy-winged sharpshooter -
Hagler, J.R., Groves, R., Johnson, M.W., Morgan, D. 2006. An immunological approach for quantifying predation rates on glassy-winged sharpshooter. CDFA Pierce's Disease Control Program Research Symposium, Nov 27-29, 2006, San Diego, CA, pp. 70-72.
Identifying key predators of the glassy-winged sharpshooter in a citrus orchard -
Fournier, V., Hagler, J.R., Daane, K., De Leon, J.H. 2006. Identifying key predators of the glassy-winged sharpshooter in a citrus orchard. CDFA Pierce's Disease Control Program Research Symposium, Nov 27-29, 2006, San Diego, CA, pp. 64-66.
Dispersal and movement of the glassy-winged sharpshooter and associated natural enemies in a continuous, deficit-irrigated agricultural landscape -
Groves, R.L., Johnson, M.W., Hagler, J.R., Luck, R. 2006. Dispersal and movement of the glassy-winged sharpshooter and associated natural enemies in a continuous, deficit-irrigated agricultural landscape. CDFA Pierce's Disease Control Program Research Symposium, Nov 27-29, 2006, San Diego, CA, pp. 8-10.
Dispersal of Homalodisca vitripennis (Homoptera: Cicadellidae) from a point release site in citrus -
Blackmer, J.L., Hagler, J.R., Simmons, G.S., Henneberry, T.J. 2006. Dispersal of Homalodisca vitripennis (Homoptera: Cicadellidae) from a point release site in citrus. Environmental Entomology 35(6):1617-1626.
AN IMMUNOLOGICAL TECHNIQUE FOR IDENTIFYING MULTIPLE PREDATOR—PREY INTERACTIONS IN A COMPLEX ARTHROPOD ASSEMBLAGE -
Hagler, J.R. 2006. An immunological technique for identifying multiple predator—prey interactions in a complex arthropod assemblage. Annals of Applied Biology 00: 1-13.
An inexpensive immunomarking technique for studying movement patterns of naturally occurring insect populations. -
Jones, V.P., Hagler, J.R., Brunner, J.F., Baker, C.C., Wilburn, T.D. 2006. An inexpensive immunomarking technique for studying movement patterns of naturally occurring insect populations. Environmental Entomology 35(4): 827-836.
EFFECT OF IRRIGATION DEFICIT ON THE POPULATION DYNAMICS OF HOMALODISCA COAGULATA (HEMIPTERA: CICADELLIDAE) -
Krugner, R., Groves, R.L., Hagler, J.R., Luck, R., Johnson, M. 2006. Effect of Irrigation Deficit on the Population Dynamics of Homalodisca Coagulata (hemiptera: cicadellidae). 90th Annual Meeting Pacific Branch, Entomological Society of America Abstracts. Available: http://pbesa.prosser.wsu.edu/2006abs.pdf
DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF A GLASSY-WINGED AND SMOKE-TREE SHARPSHOOTER EGG-SPECIFIC PREDATOR GUT CONTENT ELISA -
Fournier, V., Hagler, J.R., Daane, K.M., Groves, R.L., De Leon, J.H., Costa, H.S., Henneberry, T.J. 2006. Development and application of a glassy-winged and smoke-tree sharpshooter egg-specific predator gut content elisa. Biological Control. Biological Control 37: 108-118.
DEVELOPMENT OF MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTIC MARKERS FOR SHARPSHOOTERS HOMALODISCA COAGULATA AND H. LITURATA (HOMOPTERA: CICADELLIDAE: PROCONIINI) FOR USE IN PREDATOR GUT CONTENT EXAMINATIONS -
De Leon, J.H., Fournier, V., Hagler, J.R., Daane, K. 2006. Development of molecular diagnostic markers for sharpshooters Homalodisca coagulata and H. liturata (Homoptera: Cicadellidae: Proconiini) for use in predator gut content examinations. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata. 119:109-119.
Identifying key predators of the various glassy-winged sharpshooter liestages -
Fournier, V., Hagler, J.R., Daane, K., De Leon, J.H., Prabhaker, N., Costa, H. 2006. Identifying key predators of the various glassy-winged sharpshooter liestages. CDFA Pierce's Disease Control Program Research Symposium 314-317.
Progress toward quantifying landscape-scale movement patterns of the glassy-winged sharpshooter and its natural enemies using a novel marl-capture technique -
Hagler, J.R., Blackmer, J.L., Henneberry, T.J., Daane, K., Groves, R.L., Jones, V. 2006. Progress toward quantifying landscape-scale movement patterns of the glassy-winged sharpshooter and it's natural enemies using a movel mark-capture technique. CDFA Pierce's Disease Control Program Research Symposium 109-112.
DEVELOPMENT OF MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTIC MARKERS FOR GLASSY-WINGED AND SMOKE-TREE SHARPSHOOTERS FOR USE IN PREDATOR GUT CONTENT EXAMINATIONS -
De Leon, J.H., Fournier, V., Hagler, J.R., Daane, K. 2005. Development of molecular diagnostic markers for glassy-winged and smoke-tree sharpshooters for use in predator gut content examinations. Proceedings of CDFA Pierce's Disease Control Program Research Symposium, December 5-7, 2005, San Diego, CA. p.293-297.
THE UTILITY OF INTER-SIMPLE SEQUENCE REPEAT-POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION (ISSR-PCR) TO DISTINGUISH GEOGRAPHIC POPULATIONS OF THE SMOKE-TREE SHARPSHOOTER HOMALODISCA LITURATA AND EGG PARASITOID SPECIES OF THE GENUS GONATOCERUS -
De Leon, J.H., Hagler, J.R., Logarzo, G., Morgan, D.J. 2005. The utility of inter-simple sequence repeat-polymerase chain reaction (ISSR-PCR) to distinguish geographic populations of the smoke-tree sharpshooter Homalodisca liturata and egg parasitoid species of the genus Gonatocerus. Proceedings of CDFA Pierce's Disease Control Program Research Symposium, December 5-7, 2005, San Diego, California. p. 298-301.
DISPERSAL AND MOVEMENT OF THE GLASSY-WINGED SHARPSHOOTER AND ASSOCIATED NATURAL ENEMIES IN A CONTINUOUS, DEFICIT-IRRIGATED AGRICULTURAL LANDSCAPE -
Groves, R.L., Johnson, M., Hagler, J.R., Luck, R. 2005. Dispersal and Movement of the Glassy-winged Sharpshooter and Associated Natural Enemies in a Continuous, Deficit-Irrigated Agricultural Landscape. Proceedings of the 2005 Pierce's Disease Research Symposium. p. 105-108
CHARACTERIZATION OF CELL LINES DEVELOPED FROM THE GLASSY-WINGED SHARPSHOOTER, HOMALODISCA COAGULATA (HEMIPTERA: CICADELLIDAE) -
Kamita, S.G., Do, Z.N., Samra, A.I., Hagler, J.R. 2005. Charactrization of cell lines developed from the glassy-winged sharpshooter, homalodisca coagulata (hemiptera: cicadellidae). In Vitro Cellular and Developmental Biology - Animals 41: 149-153.
IDENTIFYING KEY PREDATORS OF THE VARIOUS GLASSY-WINGED SHARPSHOOTER LIFE STAGES -
Fournier, V., Hagler, J.R., Daane, K., De Leon, J.H., Groves, R.L., Prabhaker, N., Costa, H. 2004. Identifying key predators of the various glassy-winged sharpshooter life stages. CDFA Pierce's Disease Control Program Research Symposium, 7-10 December 2004, San Diego, CA, pp. 97-99
A NOVEL IMMUNOLOGICAL APPROACH FOR QUANTIFYING PREDATION RATES ON GLASSY-WINGED SHARPSHOOTER -
Hagler, J.R., Henneberry, T.J., Daane, K., Fournier, V., Groves, R.L., Prabhaker, N., Costa, H., Hoddle, M. 2004. A novel immunological approach for quantifying predation rates on glassy-winged sharpshooter. CDFA Pierce's Disease Control Program Research Symposium. pp. 106-110
QUANTIFYING LANDSCAPE-SCALE MOVEMENT PATTERNS OF GLASSY-WINGED SHARPSHOOTER AND ITS NATURAL ENEMIES USING A NOVEL MARK-CAPTURE TECHNIQUE -
Hagler, J.R., Blackmer, J.L., Henneberry, T.J., Daane, K., Groves, R.L., Jones, V.P. 2004. Quantifying landscape-scale movement patterns of glassy-winged sharpshooter and its natural enemies using a novel mark-capture technique. CDFA Pierce's Disease Control Program Research Symposium. pp. 256-259
DEVELOPMENT OF MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTIC MARKERS FOR HOMALODISCA SHARPSHOOTERS PRESENT IN CALIFORNIA TO AID IN THE IDENTIFICATION OF KEY PREDATORS -
De Leon, J.H., Hagler, J.R., Fournier, V., Daane, K., Jones, W.A. 2004. Development of molecular diagnostic markers for homalodisca sharpshooters present in california to aid in the identification of key predators. CDFA Pierce's Disease Control Program Research Symposium. pp. 326-329
Progress toward developing a novel immunological approach for quantifying predation rates on the glassy-winged sharpshooter -
Hagler, J.R., Groves, R.L., Fournier, V., Daane, K., Johnson, M., Morgan, D. 2006. Progress toward developing a novel immunological approach for quantifying predation rates on the glassy-winged sharpshooter. CDFA Pierce's Disease Control Program Research Symposium 321-324.
DEVELOPMENT OF MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTIC MARKERS FOR HOMALODISCA SHARPSHOOTERS PRESENT IN CALIFORNIA TO AID IN THE IDENTIFICATION OF KEY PREDATORS -
De Leon, J.H., Fournier, V., Hagler J., Daane K., Jones, W.A. 2004. Development of molecular diagnostic markers for Homalodisca sharpshooters present in California to aid in the identification of key predators. In: Proceedings CDFA Pierce's Disease Control Program Research Symposium, December 7-10, 2004, San Diego, California. p. 326-329.
USE OF A GUT CONTENT ELISA TO DETECT WHITEFLY PREDATOR FEEDING ACTIVITY AFTER FIELD EXPOSURE TO DIFFERENT INSECTICIDE TREATMENTS -
Hagler, J.R., Naranjo, S.E. 2005. Use of a gut content elisa to detect whitefly predator feeding activity after field exposure to different insecticide treatments. Biocontrol Science and Technology 15(4): 321-339.
THE NEED FOR EFFECTIVE MARKING AND TRACKING TECHNIQUES FOR MONITORING THE MOVEMENTS OF INSECT PREDATORS AND PARASITOIDS -
Lavandero, B., Wratten, S., Hagler, J.R., Jervis, M. 2004. The need for effective marking and tracking techniques for monitoring the movements of insect predators and parasitoids. Book, Taylor and Francis, Abingdon.
SCHEDULING COTTON IRRIGATIONS USING REMOTELY-SENSED BASAL CROP COEFFICIENTS AND FAO-56 -
Hunsaker, D.J., Pinter Jr, P.J., Clarke, T.R., Fitzgerald, G.J., Kimball, B.A., Barnes, E.M., Silvertooth, J.C., Hagler, J.R. 2004. Scheduling cotton irrigations using remotely-sensed basal crop coefficients and fao-56. Proceedings of American Society of Agricultural Engineers. CD-Rom 42090.
SAMPLING, SEASONAL ABUNDANCE, AND COMPARATIVE DISPERSAL OF GLASSY-WINGED SHARPSHOOTERS IN CITRUS AND GRAPES: DISPERSAL PROGRESS REPORT -
Blackmer, J.L., Hagler, M. 2004. Sampling, seasonal abundance, and comparative dispersal of glassy-winged sharpshooters in citrus and grapes: dispersal progress report. CDFA Pierce's Disease Control Program Research Symposium. p. 204-206.
MARKING AND TRACKING TECHNIQUES FOR INSECT PREDATORS AND PARASITOIDS IN ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING -
LAVANDERO, B.I., WRATTEN, S.D., HAGLER, J.R., TYLIANAKIS, J. 2004. MARKING AND TRACKING TECHNIQUES FOR INSECT PREDATORS AND PARASITOIDS IN ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING. BOOK CHAPTER #7 ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING FOR PEST MANAGEMENT 119-133.
A MULTIPLE ELISA SYSTEM FOR SIMULTANEOUSLY MONITORING INTERCROP MOVEMENT AND FEEDING ACTIVITY OF MASS-RELEASED INSECT PREDATORS -
Hagler, J.R., Naranjo, S.E. 2004. A multiple elisa system for simultaneously monitoring intercrop movement and feeding activity of mass-released insect predators. International Journal of Pest Management 50: 199-207
THE NEED FOR EFFECTIVE MARKING AND TRACKING TECHNIQUES FOR MONITORING THE MOVEMENTS OF INSECT PREDATORS AND PARASITOIDS -
Lavandero, B., Wratten, S., Hagler, J.R., Jervis, M. 2004. The need for effective marking and tracking techniques for monitoring the movements of insect predators and parasitoids. International Journal of Pest Management 50: 147-151.
OPTIMIZING A PROTEIN-SPECIFIC ELISA TO DETECT PROTEIN-MARKED INSECTS -
Hagler, J.R. 2004. Optimizing a protein-specific elisa to detect protein-marked insects. International Journal of Pest Management 50: 209-214
COMPARATIVE DISPERSAL OF HOMALODISCA COAGULATA AND HOMALODISCA LITERATA (HOMOPTERA: CICADELLIDAE) -
Blackmer, J.L., Hagler, J.R., Simmons, G.S., Canas, L.A. 2004. Comparative dispersal of homalodisca coagulata and homalodisca literata (homoptera: cicadellidae). Environmental Entomology. 33: 88-99.
CONSERVATION OF NATURAL ENEMIES IN COTTON: ROLE OF INSECT GROWTH REGULATORS FOR MANAGEMENT OF BEMISIA TABACI -
Naranjo, S.E., Ellsworth, P.C., Hagler, J.R. 2004. Conservation of natural enemies in cotton: role of insect growth regulators for management of bemisia tabaci. Biological Control. 30:52-72.
FORAGING BEHAVIOR AND PREY INTERACTIONS BY A GUILD OF PREDATORS ON VARIOUS LIFESTAGES OF BEMISIA TABACI -
HAGLER, J.R., JACKSON, C.G., ISAACS, R., MACHTLEY, S.A. 2004. FORAGING BEHAVIOR AND PREY INTERACTIONS BY A GUILD OF PREDATORS ON VARIOUS LIFESTAGES OF BEMISIA TABACI. JOURNAL OF INSECT SCIENCE. 4: 1-13.
CHARACTERIZATION OF THE CUTICULAR SURFACE WAX PORES AND THE WAXY PARTICLES OF THE DUSTYWING, SEMIDALIS FLINTI -
NELSON, D.R., FREEMAN, T.P., BUCKNER, J.S., HOELMER, K.A., JACKSON, C.G., HAGLER, J.R. CHARACTERIZATION OF THE CUTICULAR SURFACE WAX PORES AND THE WAXY PARTICLES OF THE DUSTYWING, SEMIDALIS FLINTI. COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY. 2003. v. 136(2)B. p. 343-356.
A MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY SPECIFIC TO GLASSYWINGED SHARPSHOOTER EGG PROTEIN: A TOOL FOR PREDATOR GUT ANALYSIS AND EARLY DETECTION OF PEST INFESTATION -
HAGLER, J.R., DAANE, K., COSTA, H. A MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY SPECIFIC TO GLASSYWINGED SHARPSHOOTER EGG PROTEIN: A TOOL FOR PREDATOR GUT ANALYSIS AND EARLY DETECTION OF PEST INFESTATION. CDFA PIERCE'S DISEASE CONTROL PROGRAM RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM. 2002. pp. 79-80
PROGRESS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF A MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY SPECIFIC TO GLASSY-WINGED SHARPSHOOTER EGG PROTEIN: A TOOL FOR PREDATOR GUT ANALYSIS AND EARLY DETECTION OF PEST INFESTATION -
IMPROVED CONSERVATION OF NATURAL ENEMIES WITH SELECTIVE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FOR BEMISIA TABACI (HOMOPTERA: ALEYRODIDAE) IN COTTON -
NARANJO, S.E., HAGLER, J.R., ELLSWORTH, P.C. IMPROVED CONSERVATION OF NATURAL ENEMIES WITH SELECTIVE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FOR BEMISIA TABACI (HOMOPTERA: ALEYRODIDAE) IN COTTON. BIOCONTROL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. 2003. 571-587
COMBINING REMOTELY-SENSED CROP COEFFICIENTS WITH THE FAO-56 IRRIGATION SCHEDULING PROCEDURES. -
PARASITOID MARK-RELEASE-RECAPTURE TECHNIQUES II. DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF A PROTEIN MARKING TECHNIQUE FOR ERETMOCERUS SPP., PARASITOIDS OF BEMISIA ARGENTIFOLII. -
HAGLER, J.R., JACKSON, C.G., HENNEBERRY, T.J., GOULD, J.R. PARASITOID MARK-RELEASE-RECAPTURE TECHNIQUES II. DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF A PROTEIN MARKING TECHNIQUE FOR ERETMOCERUS SPP., PARASITOIDS OF BEMISIA ARGENTIFOLII.. BIOCONTROL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. 2002. pp. 12:661-675
FORAGING BEHAVIOR, PREY CHOICE AND GUT CONTENT ANALYSIS OF FIELD COLLECTED DRAPETIS NR. DIVERGENS: A PREDATORY FLY OF BEMISIA ARGENTIFOLII -
AN ALTERNATIVE TO CONVENTIONAL INSECT MARKING PROCEDURES: DETECTION OF A PROTEIN MARK ON PINK BOLLWORM BY ELISA. -
HAGLER, J.R., MILLER, E. AN ALTERNATIVE TO CONVENTIONAL INSECT MARKING PROCEDURES:DETECTION OF A PROTEIN MARK ON PINK BOLLWORM BY ELISA.. ENTOMOLOGIA EXPERIMENTALIS ET APPLICATA. 2002. pp. 1-9
PARASITOID MARK-RELEASE-RECAPTURE TECHNIQUES I. DEVELOPMENT OF A BATTERY-OPERATED SUCTION TRAP FOR COLLECTING MINUTE INSECTS -
HAGLER, J.R., MACHTLEY, S.A., LEGGETT, J.E. PARASITOID MARK-RELEASE-RECAPTURE TECHNIQUES I. DEVELOPMENT OF A BATTERY-OPERATED SUCTION TRAP FOR COLLECTING MINUTE INSECTS. BIOCONTROL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. 2002. pp. 653-659
SAMPLING, SEASONAL ABUNDANCE AND COMPARATIVE DISPERSAL OF GLASSY-WINGED SHARPSHOOTERS IN CITRUS AND GRAPES -
METHODS FOR MARKING INSECTS: CURRENT TECHNIQUES AND FUTURE PROSPECTIVES -
BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF INSECTS -
TOWARD THE QUANTIFICATION OF PREDATION WITH PREDATOR GUT IMMUNOASSAYS: A NEW APPROACH INTEGRATING FUNCTIONAL RESPONSE BEHAVIOR -
Naranjo, S.E., Hagler, J.R. 2001. Toward the quantification of predation with predator gut immunoassays: a new approach integrating functional response behavior. Biological Control 20: 175-189.
CONSERVATION OF WHITEFLY NATURAL ENEMIES IN CONVENTIONAL AND IGR-BASED MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS -
FORMATION OF EXTERNAL WAXY PARTICLES BY ADULT BEMISIA ARGENTIFOLII AND SEMIDALIS FLINTI -
PROTEIN MARKING INSECTS FOR MARK-RELEASE-RECAPTURE STUDIES -
AN IMMUNOMARKING TECHNIQUE FOR LABELING MINUTE PARASITOIDS -
WHITEFLY MANAGEMENT IN ARIZONA: CONSERVATION OF NATURAL ENEMIES RELATIVE TO INSECTICIDE REGIME -
A LABORATORY STUDY OF THE PREY PREFERENCE OF FIVE PREDATOR SPECIES ON THE VARIOUS WHITEFLY LIFE STAGES -
A SIMPLE PROTEIN MARKING ELISA TO QUANTIFY PARASITOID DISPERSAL -
FEEDING BEHAVIOR OF WHITEFLY PREDATORS EXPOSED TO INSECT GROWTH REGULATORS AND CONVENTIONAL INSECTICIDES -
CONTINUING STUDIES OF SEMIDALIS SP., A NATIVE PREDATOR OF BEMISIA IN DESERT AZ AND CA -
CONSERVATION OF BEMISIA NATURAL ENEMIES IN INTEGRATED WHITEFLY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS -
CONSERVATION OF BEMISIA NATURAL ENEMIES IN RELATION TO CONVENTIONAL AND IGR-BASED MANAGEMENT SYSTEM. -
A NEW APPROACH TO EVALUATE AUGMENTATIVE BIOLOGICAL CONTROL AGENTS -
CONSERVATION OF NATURAL ENEMIES RELATIVE TO USE OF INSECT GROWTH REGULATORSFOR CONTROL OF SWEETPOTATO WHITEFLY -
IMMUNOLOGICAL EXAMINATIONS OF SPECIES VARIABILITY IN PREDATOR GUT CONTENTS:THE EFFECT OF THE PREDATOR: PREY PROTEIN RATION ON IMMUNOASSAY SENSITIVITY. -
MEASURING THE SENSITIVITY OF AN INDIRECT PREDATOR GUT CONTENT ELISA: DETECTABILITY OF PREY REMAINS IN RELATION TO PREDATOR SPECIES, TEMPERATURE,TIME AND MEAL SIZE. -
EVALUATING THE FEEDING BEHAVIOR OF COMMERCIAL AND INDIGENOUS HIPPODAMIA CONVERGENS ON SWEETPOTATO WHITEFLY: A LABORATORY AND FIELD STUDY -
BEMISIA GROWTH REGULATORS: CONSERVATION OF NATRUAL ENEMIES? -
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