VOL. 104 · NO. 2 | June 2021
 
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RESEARCH
Sandra M. Ospina-Garcés, Luis Arturo Ibarra-Juarez, Federico Escobar, Andrés Lira-Noriega
Florida Entomologist 104 (2), 61-70, (16 August 2021) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.104.0201
KEYWORDS: ambrosia fungi, morphological variation, secondary sexual characters, Scolytinae, wood boring beetles
Articles
Diego Santana Assis, Giovanni Abrami Rodrigues Camargo, Katty Barrios, Ivelize C. Tannure-Nascimento, Fabio Santos Do Nascimento
Florida Entomologist 104 (2), 71-76, (16 August 2021) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.104.0202
KEYWORDS: abiotic factors, Sit-and-wait foraging, Active foraging, passive foraging
Walyson Silva Soares, Salmo De Melo Davi Junior, Maria Elisa De Sena Fernandes, Edmilson Amaral De Souza, José Eduardo Serrão, Angélica Plata-Rueda, Luis Carlos Martínez, Flávio Lemes Fernandes
Florida Entomologist 104 (2), 77-83, (16 August 2021) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.104.0203
KEYWORDS: fall armyworm, neurotoxic insecticide, growth regulator, ovicidal effect, Zea mays
Carlos Lázaro-Castellanos, Hector González-Hernández, Jesús Romero-Nápoles, Laura D. Ortega-Arenas, Armando Equihua-Martínez, Salvador Ochoa-Ascencio
Florida Entomologist 104 (2), 84-95, (16 August 2021) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.104.0204
KEYWORDS: Hemiberlesia, Davidsonaspis, population fluctuation, parasitism, Aphelinidae, Signiphoridae, Hemiberlesia, Davidsonaspis, fluctuación poblacional, parasitismo, Aphelinidae, Signiphoridae
Norman B. Barr, Martin Hauser, Jennifer Belcher, David Salinas, Erin Schuenzel, Peter Kerr, Stephen Gaimari
Florida Entomologist 104 (2), 96-106, (16 August 2021) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.104.0205
KEYWORDS: dorsalis complex, internal transcribed spacers, diagnostics, invasive species, complejo dorsal, espaciadores internos transcritos, diagnósticos, especies invasivas
Jackeline Gaviria, James Montoya-Lerma, Inge Armbrecht, Bernhard Löhr, Aymer Andrés Vásquez-Ordóñez
Florida Entomologist 104 (2), 107-116, (16 August 2021) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.104.0206
KEYWORDS: American palm weevil, economic damage, pheromone traps, Neotropical palm weevil, picudo americano de las palmas, daño económico, trampas de feromonas, picudo de las palmeras neotropicales
Todd Shelly
Florida Entomologist 104 (2), 117-123, (16 August 2021) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.104.0207
KEYWORDS: Ceratitis capitata, Bactrocera dorsalis, food-based trapping, detection, Ceratitis capitata, Bactrocera dorsalis, trampas a base de alimentos, detección
Justin M. Renkema, Karol L. Krey, Sriyanka Lahiri
Florida Entomologist 104 (2), 124-130, (16 August 2021) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.104.0208
KEYWORDS: entomopathogenic nematodes, imidacloprid, plant damage, larval movement, rescue application, nematodos entomopatógenos, imidacloprid, daño a la planta, movimiento de larvas, aplicación de rescate
Sarah Stephane Diamantina Da Costa, Germano Leão Demolin Leite, Farley William Souza Silva, José Barbosa Dos Santos, Alcinei Místico Azevedo, Regynaldo Arruda Sampaio, José Cola Zanuncio
Florida Entomologist 104 (2), 131-135, (16 August 2021) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.104.0209
KEYWORDS: insect diversity, ground cover, plant fertilization, restoration ecology, diversidade de insetos, cobertura do solo, fertilização de plantas, ecologia da restauração
SCIENTIFIC NOTES
Arjun Khadka, Amanda C. Hodges, Norman C. Leppla, P. Glynn Tillman
Florida Entomologist 104 (2), 136-139, (16 August 2021) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.104.0210
KEYWORDS: brown marmorated stink bug, feeding preference, survivorship, chinche hedionda marmorino café, preferencia de alimentación, sobrevivencia
David Oi
Florida Entomologist 104 (2), 140-142, (16 August 2021) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.104.0211
KEYWORDS: Nylanderia fulva, oviposition, reproduction, ovary, spermatheca, reproductive phenology, Nylanderia fulva, oviposición, reproducción, ovario, espermateca, fenología reproductiva
Mark S. Hoddle, Gregory Johansen, Erich Kast, Angel M. Lopez, Magen M. Shaw
Florida Entomologist 104 (2), 143-144, (16 August 2021) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.104.0212
KEYWORDS: Brahea edulis, invasive pest, Jubaea chilensis, palm, Phoenix reclinata, Sabal bermudana, Brahea edulis, plaga invasora, Jubaea chilensis, palmera, Phoenix reclinata, Sabal bermudana
Lawrence J. Hribar, Carrie Cerminara
Florida Entomologist 104 (2), 145, (16 August 2021) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.104.0213
KEYWORDS: geographic distribution, reintroduction, island, surveillance, Boca Chica Key, species inventory, distribución geográfica, reintroducción, isla, vigilancia, Cayo Boca Chica, inventario de especies
Álvaro Castañeda-Vildózola, Jesús R. Sánchez-Pale, Omar Franco-Mora, Dulce A. Hernández-Zetina
Florida Entomologist 104 (2), 146-147, (16 August 2021) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.104.0214
KEYWORDS: sawfly, parasitoid, diprionid, tachinid, mosca sierra, parasitoide, dipriónido, taquínido
Tracy C. Leskey, Brent D. Short, Makaila Emery, Breyn Evans, Wojciech Janisiewicz, Fumiomi Takeda
Florida Entomologist 104 (2), 148-150, (16 August 2021) https://doi.org/10.1653/024.104.0215
KEYWORDS: whitefly, IPM, greenhouse pest, tomato, insecticide resistance, mosca blanca, MIP, plaga de invernadero, tomate, resistencia a insecticidas
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