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holistic management of emerging forest pests and diseases

Here, you will find all public HOMED deliverables as well as all scientific publications resulting from or relevant to the project.
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Winter temperature predicts prolonged diapause in pine processionary moth species across their geographic range

Authors: Salman, M,H.R., Bonsignore, C.P., El Alaoui El Fels, A., Giomi, F., Hodar, J., et al.
Year: 2019
Journal: PeerJ
Volume/Issue: 7
Publisher/Place: PeerJ
Pages: e6530
Download: (2.33 MB)

Tree Diversity and Forest Resistance to Insect Pests: Patterns, Mechanisms and Prospects

Authors: Jactel, H., Moreira, X., & Castagneyrol, B.
Year: 2020
Journal: Annual Review of Entomology
Volume/Issue: 66/1
Publisher/Place: Annual Reviews, Inc.

Is Xylella fastidiosa a serious threat to European forests?

Authors: Desprez-Loustau, M-L., Balci, Y., Cornara, D., Gonthier, P., Robin, C., & Jacques, M-A.
Year: 2020
Journal: Forestry
Volume/Issue: cpaa029
Publisher/Place: Oxford University Press and Institute of Chartered Foresters
Download: (1.88 MB)

Pathologists and entomologists must join forces against forest pest and pathogen invasions

Authors: Jactel, H. et al.
Year: 2020
Journal: NeoBiota
Volume/Issue: 58
Publisher/Place: Pensoft Publishers
Pages: 107-127
Download: (0.60 MB)

Volatile organic compounds (VOC) as biomarkers for detection of Ceratocystis platani

Authors: Brilli, F., Luchi, N., Michelozzi, M., Calamai, L., Cencetti, G., Pecori, F., Nigrone, E., & Santini, A.
Year: 2020
Journal: Forest Pathology
Publisher/Place: Blackwell Publishing Inc.
Pages: e12618
Download: (0.51 MB)

Termination of pupal diapause in the pine processionary moth Thaumetopoea pityocampa

Authors: Salman, M.H.R., Giomi, F., Laparie, M., Lehmann, P., Pitacco, A., Battisti, A.
Year: 2019
Journal: Physiological Entomology
Volume/Issue: 44:1
Publisher/Place: Blackwell Publishing Inc.
Pages: 53-59
Download: (0.36 MB)

New Approaches in Urban Forestry to Minimize Invasive Species Impacts: The Case of Xiongan New Area in China

Authors: Li, H.-P., Wickham, J.D., Bushley, K., Wang, Z.-G., Zhang, B., & Sun, J.-H.
Year: 2020
Journal: Insects
Volume/Issue: 11:5
Publisher/Place: MDPI
Pages: 300
Download: (0.47 MB)

D7.1 Project branding and promotional materials (logo, leaflet, poster, templates), website and online community

Authors: Pensoft Publishers
Year: 2019
duedate: March 2019
Deliverable number: D7.1
Download: (1.19 MB)

Can ‘sentinel trees’ warn of devastating pests?

Authors: Popkin, G.
Year: 2020
Journal: Science
Volume/Issue: 367/6485
Publisher/Place: AAAS
Pages: 1417
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Real-time loop-mediated isothermal amplification: an early-warning tool for quarantine plant pathogen detection

Authors: Aglietti, C., Luchi, N., Pepori, A.L. et al.
Year: 2019
Journal: AMB Express
Volume/Issue: 9
Publisher/Place: Springer Open
Pages: 50
Download: (2.06 MB)

Urban trees facilitate the establishment of non-native forest insects

Authors: Branco, M., Nunes, P., Roques, A., Fernandes, M.R., Orazio, C., & Jactel, H.
Year: 2019
Journal: NeoBiota
Volume/Issue: 52
Publisher/Place: Pensoft Publishers
Pages: 25-46
Download: (1.14 MB)

Acquisition of fungi from the environment modifies ambrosia beetle mycobiome during invasion

Authors: Rassati, D., Marini, L., & Malacrinò, A.
Year: 2019
Journal: PeerJ
Volume/Issue: 7
Publisher/Place: PeerJ
Pages: e8103
Download: (0.33 MB)

Are Invasive Patterns of Non-native Insects Related to Woody Plants Differing Between Europe and China?

Authors: Roques, A., Shi, J., Auger-Rozenberg, M-A., Ren, L., Augustin, S., & Luo, Y-q.
Year: 2020
Journal: Frontiers in Forests and Global Change
Volume/Issue: 2:91
Publisher/Place: Frontiers
Download: (1.77 MB)

Movement behaviour of two social urticating caterpillars in opposite hemispheres

Authors: Uemura, M., Perkins, L.E., Zalucki, M.P. et al.
Year: 2020
Journal: Movement Ecology
Volume/Issue: 8
Publisher/Place: BMC
Pages: 4
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Egg mass structure of the processionary caterpillar Ochrogaster lunifer (Lepidoptera: Notodontidae): is the outer egg layer sacrificed for attack by the egg parasitoid Anastatus fuligispina (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea: Eupelmidae)?

Authors: Uemura, M., Perkins, L., Battisti, A., & Zalucki M
Year: 2019
Journal: Austral Entomology
Volume/Issue: 58 (4)
Publisher/Place: Wiley
Pages: 810-815
Download: (0.24 MB)