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Species Amblyseius swirskii

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Life in a Colorado water garden: The insects and other invertebrates associated with water features
By Whitney Cranshaw, Cyndie Thomas, Boris Kondratieff, Gregg Walker
Colorado State University, 2010
Full text PDF (4.58 M)

Assessment of species diversity in the Montane Cordillera Ecozone
By Scudder G.G.E., Smith I.M. (eds.)
Burlington: Ecological Monitoring and Assessment Network, 1998

Pennsylvania 2012–2013 tree fruit production guide
By Halbrendt J.M., Coordinator
Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences, University Park, PA. viii+325 pp., 2012
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The pest section starts on p.91 of the PDF file (pp. 81-157 of the book)

Control of Impatiens glandulifera (Balsaminaceae) by Antagonists in its Invaded Range?
By Karin Burkhart and Wolfgang Nentwig
Invasive Plant Science and Management 2008 1:352–358
Field and garden experiments were performed to investigate if pathogens, generalist herbivores, or a specialist herbivore Pristerognatha fuligana have the potential to control the invasive Himalayan balsam.

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Diversity of non-native terrestrial arthropods on woody plants in Canada
By Langor D.W., DeHaas L., Foottit R.G.
Biological Invasions 11(1): 5-19, 2009
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Ninety-Nine More Maggots, Mites, and Munchers
By May R. Berenbaum. 1993.
University of Illinois Press, 1993
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Berenbaum, M.R. 1993. Ninety-Nine More Maggots, Mites, and Munchers. University of Illinois Press, Champaign. 304 pp.

May R. Berenbaum's initial collection of insect cameos, Ninety-nine Gnats, Nits, and Nibblers, was praised by Library Journal as an "illuminating book that may turn the disgust with which many people greet these fascinating creatures to curiosity and admiration."

This companion volume runs the gamut from the regrettably familiar, including mosquitoes, ticks, cockroaches, and what the author describes as "other arthropodan indignities, " to the bizarre and obscure, creatures such as sheep keds, mantispids, and reindeer throat bots.

Global review of forest pests and diseases
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2009

Thesaurus of agricultural organisms: pests, weeds and diseases
By Derwent Publications (compilers/eds.)
London: Chapman and Hall, 2 vols, 2368 pp., 1990
unwieldy and horribly overpriced product (cross-refs take 80% of the text) whose content could fit into a rather small html file nowadays --yet still of some use (i bought a stranded vol. 1 as a bargain)

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