Archive | February 2014
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Basing biosurveillance on good natural history: a case study of Crabronidae wasps and the emerald ash borer. TCE Editor’s Pick for 146(1)
I’m pleased to announce the following Canadian Entomologist paper as this issue’s Editor’s Pick: The use of Cerceris fumipennis (Hymenoptera: Crabronidae) for surveying and monitoring emerald ash borer (Coleoptera: Buprestidae) infestations in eastern North America. It was written by Philip Careless, Steve Marshall and Bruce Gill. This link will be active and freely available for […]
African fig fly shows up in Canada: first occurrences of another fruit-infesting fly and potential pest.
By Justin Renkema, Post-Doc, University of Guelph —– It was an early morning after a long drive from Guelph to a small fruit farm in Chatham-Kent where my undergraduate student, Caitlyn, and I were conducting a small-plot spray trial to test the effect s of repellents against Drosophila suzukii (Spotted Wing Drosophila), a recent invasive […]