Biological Control Agents

International Symposia on Biological
Control of Weeds


Agent effectiveness



ArticleLead AuthorYear
Seasonal and regional variation in the success of organisms imported to combat skeleton weed Chondrilla juncea L. in AustraliaCullen1973
The evaluation of biocontrol agents with particular reference to two hispine beetles established on Lantana camara in AustraliaForno1973
The potential of Cercospora rodmanii as a biological control for waterhyacinthsConway1973
Puccinia oxalidis, an help in the control of oxalis (ABSTRACT)Durrieu1973
Effect of the gall midge, Zeuxidiplosis giardi (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae), on seedlings of St. John's wort, Hypericum perforatum (Clusiaceae)Gordon1984
Egg predation by ants as a partial explanation of the difference in performance of Cactoblastis cactorum on cactus weeds in south Africa and AustraliaRobertson1984
Is one biological control agent sufficient to control Pistia stratiotes? (ABSTRACT ONLY)Cilliers1992
Effectiveness of the gall mite, Eriophyes chondrillae, as a biological control agent of rush skeletonweed (Chondrilla juncea) seedlingsSpollen1992
Are chrysomelid beetles effective agents for biological control of weeds?Syrett1996
The first use of insect biological control agents to manage submersed aquatic plant (Hydrilla verticillata) (ABSTRACT ONLY)Cofrancesco1996
Evaluating the Efficiency and Agent Prioritisation Tools (ABSTRACT ONLY)Bottcher1999
Using ecological models to assess the efficacy of weed-control measures (ABSTRACT ONLY)Buckley2003
The influence of herbivory by the mirid Eccritotarsus catarinensis, on the competitive ability of water hyacinth (ABSTRACT ONLY)Coetzee2003
Were ineffective agents selected for the biological control of skeletonweed in North America? A post-release analysis (ABSTRACT ONLY)Parsons2007
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