Journal of Economic Entomology

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ISSN / EISSN : 00220493 / 1938291X
Current Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP) (10.1093)
Former Publisher: Entomological Society of America (10.1603)
Total articles ≅ 34,429
Google Scholar h5-index: 35
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Flor E Acevedo, Mauricio Jiménez, Juan P Pimentel, Pablo Benavides
Journal of Economic Entomology; doi:10.1093/jee/toz242

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Xun Yan, Muhammad Shahid Arain, Yinying Lin, Xinghui Gu, Limeng Zhang, Jiangzhou Li, Richou Han
Journal of Economic Entomology; doi:10.1093/jee/toz262

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Luis Carlos Ramos Aguila, Mubasher Hussain, Wei Huang, Lijin Lei, Bamisope Steve Bamisile, Fangfei Wang, Hsin Chi, Liande Wang
Journal of Economic Entomology; doi:10.1093/jee/toz247

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Ran Wang, Yuan Hu, Peiling Wei, Cheng Qu, Chen Luo
Journal of Economic Entomology; doi:10.1093/jee/toz248

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Flore Mas, Rachael Horner, Sylvie Cazères, Maryam Alavi, David Maxwell Suckling
Journal of Economic Entomology; doi:10.1093/jee/toz254

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Jeffrey G Fidgen, Mark C Whitmore, Kala D Studens, Chris J K MacQuarrie, Jean J Turgeon
Journal of Economic Entomology; doi:10.1093/jee/toz257

Abstract:We developed an approach using sticky trap arrays as an early detection tool for populations of first-instar nymphs of the hemlock woolly adelgid (Adelges tsugae Annand), a pest of hemlocks (Tsuga spp. [Pinaceae]) in North America. We considered the detection rate of at least one nymph from trapping arrays consisting of one to six sticky panels, where we varied both the surface area of each trap that we assessed and the length of the trapping duration. We also estimated the time needed to set up, service, and assess groups of traps and attempted to relate capture of nymphs on traps to incidence and abundance of A. tsugae in the canopy above the traps. Arrays consisting of two traps provided a detection rate of 75% when 87.5% of the surface area of each trap was assessed, a process that required 38 min per array. The probability of detecting nymphs on traps left in the field for 5–6 d was similar to that for traps left for 12 d. The number of nymphs trapped in an array predicted the probability of finding A. tsugae in the canopy but only when all six traps were fully assessed. To reliably detect incipient A. tsugae infestations, we recommend placing arrays of traps at 1 km intervals along the perimeter of a stand during peak activity of first-instar sistentes nymphs and servicing these arrays every 5–7 d.
Xiong Peng, Lang Liu, Xin Guo, Peilei Wang, Chunman Song, Sha Su, Guijie Fang, Maohua Chen
Journal of Economic Entomology; doi:10.1093/jee/toz263

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Virginia Caponera, Meghan Barrett, Daniel R Marenda, Sean O’Donnell
Journal of Economic Entomology; doi:10.1093/jee/toz260

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Xingeng Wang, Antonio Biondi, Kent M Daane
Journal of Economic Entomology; doi:10.1093/jee/toz265

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Yves Carrière, Ben DeGain, Gopalan C Unnithan, Virginia S Harpold, Xianchun Li, Bruce E Tabashnik
Journal of Economic Entomology; doi:10.1093/jee/toz236

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