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.
Termination of pupal diapause in the pine processionary moth Thaumetopoea pityocampa
Journal: Physiological Entomology
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New Approaches in Urban Forestry to Minimize Invasive Species Impacts: The Case of Xiongan New Area in China
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D7.1 Project branding and promotional materials (logo, leaflet, poster, templates), website and online community
duedate: March 2019
Deliverable number: D7.1
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Can ‘sentinel trees’ warn of devastating pests?
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Real-time loop-mediated isothermal amplification: an early-warning tool for quarantine plant pathogen detection
Journal: AMB Express
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Urban trees facilitate the establishment of non-native forest insects
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Acquisition of fungi from the environment modifies ambrosia beetle mycobiome during invasion
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Are Invasive Patterns of Non-native Insects Related to Woody Plants Differing Between Europe and China?
Journal: Frontiers in Forests and Global Change
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Movement behaviour of two social urticating caterpillars in opposite hemispheres
Journal: Movement Ecology
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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)?
Journal: Austral Entomology
Volume/Issue: 58 (4)
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