Biological Control Agents

International Symposia on Biological
Control of Weeds


Lead Author Last Name: Smith



ArticleLead AuthorYear
Artificial Diet for Completing Development of Internal Feeding Insects of Plant Stems and Roots as an Aid for Foreign Exploration2013
How Many Species of Salsola tumbleweeds (Russian Thistle) Occur in the Western USA?2013
Recent Issues and New Challenges Regarding the Permitting of New Weed Biological Control Agents2013
Successfully Eliminating Parasitic Gregarines from Neolema ogloblini (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) - a Biological Control Agent for Tradescantia fluminensis (Commelinaceae)2013
Use of an artificial diet for rearing the mimosa clearwing moth, Carmenta mimosa (ABSTRACT ONLY)Smith, C.S.1992
Biological control of forest weeds in Hawaii (ABSTRACT ONLY)Smith, Clifford W.1996
Biocontrol of hawkweeds in New Zealand, 10 years on (ABSTRACT ONLY)Smith, L.2003
Refining methods to improve pre-release risk assessment of prospective agents: the case of Ceratapion basicorneSmith, L.2007
Midges and wasps gain tarsus hold -- successful release strategies for two Hieracium biocontrol agents (ABSTRACT ONLY)Smith, L.A.2007
Avoiding and exploiting trophic cascading: its role in the selection of weed biological control agentsSmith, Lincoln2003
Impact of biological control agents on Centaurea diffusa (diffuse knapweed) in central MontanaSmith, Lincoln2003
Theoretical models for weed biocontrol: Rottboellia cochinchinensis infection with sterilizing fungiSmith, M.C.1996
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