Santa Rita Experimental Range (SRER), Arizona, July 25-28, 2013
Terrestrial and freshwater invertebrates of British Columbia: priorities for inventory and descriptive researchBy Scudder G.G.E.
Res. Br., BC Min. For., and Wildl. Br., BC Min. Environ., Lands & Parks. Victoria, BC. Work. Pap. vi+206 pp., 1996
The distribution of insects, spiders, and mites in the air.By Glick, P.A.
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Technical Bulletin 673: 1-150., 1939
Glick, P.A. 1939. The distribution of insects, spiders, and mites in the air. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Technical Bulletin 673: 1-150.
The discussion of the airplane collection of insects which is given m the following pages is based on the data collected during the years from August 1926 to October 1931, inclusive. During the 5 years of the work more than 1,007 hours were spent in the exposures of the collecting screens. The actual flying time, including the exposures of the screens, amounted to 1,538 hours, of which 150 hours were flown at night. A total of 1,358 separate flights were made, most of them m Louisiana, but 44 were made in Mexico.
Biotic Resources of Indio Mountains Research Station: Southeastern Hudspeth County, Texas.By Worthington, R.D., C. Lieb and W. Anderson.
Authors, El Paso, Texas. 85 pp., 2010
Worthington, R.D., C. Lieb and W. Anderson. 2004. 2010. Biotic Resources of Indio Mountains Research Station: Southeastern Hudspeth County, Texas. Authors, El Paso, Texas. 85 pp.
(Continually Reviewed and Updated by Jerry D. Johnson, Last Update: 2010)
The Indio Mountains Research Station and UTEP are members of the Chihuahuan Desert Biosphere Reserve. Other members are the Biosphere Reserves of Mapimi in Mexico, Big Bend National Park and the Jornada Experimental Range (near Las Cruces, New Mexico).
For information on Indio Mountains Research Station and use opportunities, contact the Director, Dr. Jerry D. Johnson, Department of Biological Sciences, The University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, Texas 79968; (915) 747-6984; firstname.lastname@example.org
Common Insect Pests of CucurbitsBy Haidee Brown
Northern Territory Government, Department of Primary Industry, Fisheries and Mines, Agnote No. 159, 2003
This Australian pest control publication includes description and life cycle for:
Cucumber Moth (Diaphania Indica
), Pumpkin Beetle (Aulacophora hilaris
), Two-spotted Mite (Tetranychus urticae
) and Melon Aphid (Aphis gossypii
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