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Environmental Entomology VOL. 49 · NO. 5 | OCTOBER 2020

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obrázok Plant Volatiles Help Mediate Host Plant Selection and Attraction of the Spotted Lanternfly (Hemiptera: Fulgoridae): a Generalist With a Preferred Host
Nathan T. Derstine, Linnea Meier, Isaiah Canlas, Kelly Murman, Stefani Cannon, Daniel Carrillo, Matthew Wallace, Miriam F. Cooperband
49(5), 1049-1062, (1 September 2020)
KEYWORDS: Lycorma delicatula, host plant volatile, kairomones, invasive species, electrophysiology

An Herbivore-Induced Plant Volatile From Saltcedar (Tamarix spp.) Is Repellent to Diorhabda carinulata (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae)
Alexander M. Gaffke, Sharlene E. Sing, Jocelyn G. Millar, Tom L. Dudley, Daniel W. Bean, Robert K. D. Peterson, David K. Weaver
49(5), 1063-1070, (29 July 2020)
KEYWORDS: olfactometer, Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae, biological control, Tamarix

Beetle Orientation Responses of Gastrophysa viridula and Gastrophysa polygoni (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) to a Blend of Synthetic Volatile Organic Compounds
Dariusz Piesik, Jan Bocianowski, Sebastian Sendel, Krzysztof Krawczyk, Karol Kotwica
49(5), 1071-1076, (1 August 2020)
KEYWORDS: behavior, Gastrophysa sp., odors, orientation response, volatile organic compounds

Corrigendum to “A Neonicotinoid Affects the Mating Behavior of Spalangia endius (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae), a Biological Control Agent of Filth Flies”
49(5), 1262, (21 July 2020)

Spotted Lanternfly (Hemiptera: Fulgoridae) Can Complete Development and Reproduce Without Access to the Preferred Host, Ailanthus altissima
Osariyekemwen Uyi, Joseph A. Keller, Anne Johnson, David Long, Brian Walsh, Kelli Hoover
49(5), 1185-1190, (29 July 2020)
KEYWORDS: performance, preference, Lycorma delicatula, Ailanthus altissima, insect–plant interaction

Diversity of Bee Assemblage (Family Apidae) in Natural and Agriculturally Intensified Ecosystems in Uruguay
Estela Santos, Gloria Daners, Enrique Morelli, Guillermo A. Galván
49(5), 1232-1241, (14 August 2020)
KEYWORDS: Andreninae, Apinae, Colletinae, Halictinae, Megachilinae

A Multiscale Characterization of Two Tropical Embiopteran Species: Nano- and Microscale Features of Silk, Silk-Spinning Behavior, and Environmental Correlates of their Distributions
Samantha Shenoy, Keilyn Ing, Richard P. Barber Jr, Edward C. Rooks, Janice S. Edgerly
49(5), 1242-1251, (22 July 2020)
KEYWORDS: insect ecology, silk fibroins, webspinner, Embioptera, social behavior

Capturing Spatiotemporal Patterns in Presence-Absence Data to Inform Monitoring and Sampling Designs for the Threatened Dakota Skipper (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae) in the Great Plains of the United States
Max Post van der Burg, Jane E. Austin, Mark T. Wiltermuth, Wesley Newton, Garrett MacDonald
49(5), 1252-1261, (14 August 2020)
KEYWORDS: Hesperia dacotae, distribution modeling, conservation, Bayesian modeling

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