VOL. 100 · NO. 1 | March 2017
 
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ANNOUNCEMENTS
John L. Capinera
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 1-4, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0101
No abstract available
RESEARCH PAPERS
James K. Wetterer
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 5-8, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0102
KEYWORDS: distribution, geographic range, native range, red mangrove, Rhizophora, distribución, rango geográfico, rango nativo, mangle rojo
Roniere A. Brito, Estevam C. A. Lima, Aila S. Ferreira, João Victor L. C. Oliveira, Tatiana P. L. Amorim, Thais G. Machado, Bruna C. H. Lopes, Idalio A. Costa, Jorge L. S. Alves, Nathan P. Brito, Douglas Zeppelini
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 9-14, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0103
KEYWORDS: biogeography, new record, scientific collection, taxonomy, Type material, biogeografia, novos registros, coleção cientifica, taxonomia, material tipo
Todd Shelly, Rick Kurashima, Jon Nishimoto, Earl Andress
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 15-20, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0104
KEYWORDS: melon fly, fruit fly, trapping, lure, Bactrocera cucurbitae, mosca de melón, mosca de la fruta, captura, señuelo
Wee L. Yee
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 21-28, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0105
KEYWORDS: western cherry fruit fly, positive phototaxis, halogen bulb, light intensity, ammonium carbonate, mosca de la fruta de la cereza occidental, fototaxis positivas, bombilla halógena, intensidad de luz, carbonato de amonio
Guy J. Hallman, Bruno Aguiar Maset, Elena I. Cancio Martínez, Carlos E. Cáceres Barrios, Marc J. B. Vreysen, Scott W. Myers, Viwat Wornoayporn
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 29-31, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0106
KEYWORDS: quarantine treatment, phytosanitation, South American cucurbit fly, Cucurbita pepo, tratamento de quarentena, fitossanidade, mosca sul-americana das cucurbitáceas
Felipe N. Soto-Adames, Evan W. Anderson
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 32-41, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0107
KEYWORDS: West Indies, chaetotaxy, biogeography, Antillas, quetotaxia, biogeografía
Chuan-Bei Tian, Dong Wei, Lin-Fan Xiao, Wei Dou, Huai Liu, Jin-Jun Wang
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 42-51, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0108
KEYWORDS: oriental fruit fly, comparative transcriptome, accessory gland protein, seminal fluid protein, reproduction, mosca de la fruta oriental, transcriptoma comparativo, proteína accesoria de las glándulas, proteína fluida seminal, reproducción
G. S. Wheeler, K. Dyer, S. D. Hight, S. A. Wright
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 52-56, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0109
KEYWORDS: biological control of weeds, Triadica sebifera, adventive species, invasive weed, control biológico de malezas, Gracillariidae, especies adventivas, maleza invasora
Jose I. Martinez, James E. Hayden, John B. Heppner, Jorge E. Peña, Lei Xiao, Daniel Carrillo
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 57-62, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0110
KEYWORDS: Manilkara zapota, flower-borer, fruit-borer, Banisia myrsusalis, leaf-roller, perforador de flores, perforador de frutos, enrollador de hojas
T. Boopathi, S. B. Singh, T. Manju, Samik Chowdhury, A. R. Singh, S. K. Dutta, V. Dayal, G. T. Behere, S. V. Ngachan, S. Hazarika, S.M.A. Rahman
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 63-69, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0111
KEYWORDS: Solanum lycopersicum, tephritid infestation of tomato, Species composition, Cue-lure trap, seasonal abundance, fruit fly, infestación de tefrítidos en el tomate, composición de especies, trampa Cue-lure, abundancia estacional, mosca de la fruta
Jaime C. Piñero, Steven K. Souder, Trevor R. Smith, Roger I. Vargas
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 70-76, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0112
KEYWORDS: low-cost bait, bait accessibility, monitoring, suppression, integrated pest management, cebos de bajo costo, disponibilidad de cebos, monitoreo, supresión, manejo integrado de plagas
T. Todd, P. Rendon, R. Ruiz-Arce
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 77-91, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0113
KEYWORDS: allelic inheritance, Mediterranean fruit fly, medfly, Mendelian expectations, multiplex, herencia alélica, mosca mediterránea de la fruta, moscamed, expectativas Mendelianas
Andrea Luna, Víctor López-Martínez, Nidia Bélgica Pérez-De la O, Daniel Jiménez-García, Robert W. Jones, Álvaro Castañeda-Vildozola, César Ruiz-Montiel
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 92-100, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0114
KEYWORDS: ecological niche, seed avocado borer, branch avocado borer, distribution modeling, Mexican biogeographic provinces, nicho ecológico, barrenador de aguacate, broca del aguacate de la rama, modelado de distribución, provincias biogeográficas mexicanas
Yunling Ke, Wenjing Wu, Shijun Zhang, Zhiqiang Li
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 101-108, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0115
KEYWORDS: morphometric characteristic, 16S rRNA, COII, característica morfométrica
Anastasia Wanjiru Njoroge, Hippolyte Affognon, Christopher Mutungi, Uwe Richter, Oliver Hensel, Barukh Rohde, Richard W. Mankin
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 109-115, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0116
KEYWORDS: acoustic detection, grain storage, sub-Saharan Africa, common bean, detección acústica, almacenamiento de grano, Africa Sub-sahariana
John L. Capinera
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 116-123, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0117
KEYWORDS: feeding behavior, host, pest status, mollusk, mollusc, invasive pest, comportamiento alimentario, hospedero, estatus de plaga, molusco, plaga invasora
Xue Dong Chen, Lukasz L. Stelinski
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 124-133, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0118
KEYWORDS: insecticide monitoring, exposure time—concentration mortality, knockdown, Asian citrus psyllid, monitoreo de insecticidas, tiempo-concentración de diagnóstico, derrumbamiento, psílido asiáticos de los cítricos
Luan Alberto Odorizzi dos Santos, Natalia Naranjo-Guevara, Odair Aparecido Fernandes
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 134-144, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0119
KEYWORDS: community, conservation biological control, environmental disturbance, functional group, comunidade, controle biológico conservativo, distúrbio ambiental, grupo funcional
James K. Wetterer, Roberto J. Guerrero
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 145-148, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0120
KEYWORDS: biogeography, exotic species, geographic range, native range, biogeografía, área de distribución geográfica, área de distribución nativa, especies introducidas
Joseph M. Patt, Eric Rohrig
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 149-156, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0121
KEYWORDS: Diaphorina citri, citrus greening, Huanglongbing, Associative learning, enverdecimiento de los citricos, aprendizaje asociativo
Wee L. Yee, Robert B. Goughnour
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 157-161, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0122
KEYWORDS: apple maggot fly, western cherry fruit fly, Mangifera indica, Carica papaya, mosca de la fruta de manzana, mosca de la fruta de la cereza occidental
Rachel Suits, Dominic Reisig, Hannah Burrack
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 162-167, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0123
KEYWORDS: observed feeding, larval survival, corn earworm, alimentación observada, sobrevivencia de larva, gusano del maíz, gusano elotero
SCIENTIFIC NOTES
Mauricio José Fornazier, David dos Santos Martins, Carlos Alberto Spaggiari Souza, Mark Paul Culik, João Marcos Augusto Chipolesch, Débora Lorenção Fornazier, Paulo Sérgio Fiuza Ferreira, José Cola Zanuncio
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 168-171, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0124
No abstract available
Bruno Pandelo Brügger, Bárbara Monteiro de Castro e Castro, Fábio Prezoto, José Eduardo Serrão, José Cola Zanuncio
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 172-173, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0125
No abstract available
Néstor Bautista-Martínez, Carlos Patricio Illescas-Riquelme, Clemente de Jesus García-Ávila
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 174-175, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0126
KEYWORDS: coenosiinae, predator, biological control, depredador, Control biológico
Aaron B. Shiels, William P. Haines, Kirsty J. Swinnerton, Susan Silander, Cielo Figuerola-Hernández, David Will, Juan G. García-Cancel, Christian W. Torres-Santana
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 176-179, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0127
KEYWORDS: Bursera simaruba, caterpillar-butterfly irruption, Eunica tatila, insect herbivory, Rattus rattus eradication, predator-prey interaction, irrupción de mariposa-oruga, Eunica talita, herbivoría de insectos, erradicación de Rattus rattus, interacción depredador-presa
Şener Tarla, Gülcan Tarla
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 180-181, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0128
KEYWORDS: new record, egg parasitoid, Mentha, nuevo registro, parasitoide de huevo
Norman Barr, Raul Ruiz-Arce, Oscar Obregón, Robert Shatters, Allen L. Norrbom, Norma Nolazco, Donald Thomas
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 182-185, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0129
KEYWORDS: fruit fly, Anastrepha ludens, Anastrepha obliqua, concerted evolution, mosca de la fruta, evolución
Cory Penca, Amanda C. Hodges, Lani Lei L. Davis, Norman C. Leppla, Robert C. Hochmuth
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 186-189, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0130
KEYWORDS: companion plant, natural enemy, Fagopyrum esculentum, integrated pest management, managed diversity, planta compañera, enemigo natural, manejo integrado de plagas, diversidad manejada
Gabriely Koerich Souza, Tiago Georg Pikart, Viviane Lunelli de Oliveira, Pedro Boff, Mari Inês Carissimi Boff
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 190-191, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0131
KEYWORDS: Feijoa, spotted wing drosophila, invasive pest, first report, drosófila-da-asa-manchada, praga exótica, primeiro registro
Bryce Blackman, Clint Allen, Walker Jones, Nathan Little, Michael Grodowitz, Randall Luttrell
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 192-194, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0132
KEYWORDS: brown stink bug, IPM, Glycine max, cotton, chinche hedionda marrón, MIP, Glycine max, algodón
Noel G. Hahn, Michael C. Hwang, George C. Hamilton
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 195-198, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0133
KEYWORDS: brown marmorated stink bug, laser, Arduino, flight capacity, chinche café marmorado, láser, capacidad de vuelo
Kent S. Shelby, Thomas A. Coudron, Juan A. Morales-Ramos
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 199-202, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0134
KEYWORDS: selenium, spined soldier bug, alfalfa weevil, alfalfa, selenio, chinche soldado vinculado, picudos de la alfalfa
Pedro Figueroa-Castro, Víctor López-Martínez, Francisca Silva-García, Héctor González-Hernández
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 203-205, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0135
KEYWORDS: agave weevil, Food attractant, monitoring, pheromone trap, picudo del agave, atrayentes alimenticios, monitoreo, trampas con feromona
Ulises Castro-Valderrama, Jesús Romero-Nápoles, Daniel C. Peck, Jorge Manuel Valdez-Carrasco, Celina Llanderal-Cázares, Hiram Bravo-Mojica, Francisco Hernández-Rosas, Víctor David Cibrián-Llanderal
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 206-208, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0136
KEYWORDS: Ocoaxo assimilis, Ocoaxo varians, Ocoaxo near fowleri, Pinus pseudostrobus, Pinus patula, Pinus chiapensis, phytotoxemia, Ocoaxo cerca fowleri, fitotoxemia
John Pascarella
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 209-210, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0137
KEYWORDS: invasive species, pollinator, pan trap, blue vane trap, especies invasoras, polinizado, trampa de bandeja, trampa vane azul
P. Emilio Cedeño, N. Anjos, V. A. Costa
Florida Entomologist 100 (1), 211-212, (1 March 2017) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.100.0138
KEYWORDS: forest entomology, eucalypt pruner, biological control, Euderus, Eurydinoteloides, entomología forestal, podador de eucalipto, Control biológico
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