Biological Control Agents

International Symposia on Biological
Control of Weeds


Lead Author Last Name: Sheppard



ArticleLead AuthorYear
Workshop Summary: Biological Control of Fireweed: Past, Present, and Future Directions2013
Workshop Summary: Is Classical Biological Control a 20th Century “Old Science” Paradigm that is Losing its Way?2013
Evidence of Rapid Evolution from Weed Biological Control Introductions2013
Biological Control of Senecio madagascariensis (fireweed) in Australia – a Long-Shot Target Driven by Community Support and Political Will2013
The importance of insect herbivores relative to other limiting factors on weed population dynamics: A case study of Carduus nutansSheppard, A.W.1988
Host choice in the field in the genus Larinus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) attacking Onopordum and Cynara (Asteraceae)Sheppard, A.W.1992
A global review of risk-cost-benefit assessments for introductions of biological control agents against weeds: a crisis in the making? (ABSTRACT ONLY)Sheppard, A.W.2003
Fortieth anniversary review of the CSIRO European Laboratory: does native range research provide good return on investment?Sheppard, A.W.2007
The interaction between natural enemies and interspecific plant competition in the control of invasive pasture weedsSheppard, Andrew W.1996
Modeling the Population Interactions Between Echium plantagineum and the Crown Weevil Mogulones larvatus (ABSTRACT ONLY)Sheppard, Andy1999
Quantitative field surveys for the selection of biological control agents for Genista monspessulana, based on host range and efficacy assessmentSheppard, Andy2003
Are pathogens better than insects for use against summer annual weeds such as Heliotropium europaeum? (ABSTRACT ONLY)Sheppard, Andy W.1996
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