Biological Control Agents

International Symposia on Biological
Control of Weeds


Post release monitoring



ArticleLead AuthorYear
Biological control of Harrisia cactus, Eriocereus martinii, in central Queensland by the mealybug, Hypogeococcus festerianus, nine years after releaseTomley1984
Post-Release Spread of Musk Thistle Rust Monitored from Virginia to California Using DNA Sequence Information (ABSTRACT ONLY)Luster1999
Design and Importance of Post-Release MonitoringBlossey1999
The post-release larval mortality of the Chrysanthemoides leaf roller Tortrix sp. in Australia (ABSTRACT ONLY)Swirepik2003
Post-release evaluation of invasive plant biological control agents in BC using IAPP, a novel database management platformTurner2007
Monitoring of ground cover post release of Aphthona nigriscutis near Lander, Wyoming (ABSTRACT ONLY)Baker2007
Quantifying the impact of biological control: what have we learned from the bridal creeper-rust fungus system? (ABSTRACT ONLY)Reid2007
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