Biological Control Agents

International Symposia on Biological
Control of Weeds


Seed feeding agents



ArticleLead AuthorYear
Suppression of reproduction of woody weeds using insects which destroy flowers or seedsHarley1984
Are seed-feeding insects of use for the biological control of broom?Paynter1996
Why Reduced Seed Production is Not Necessarily Translated Into Successful Biological Weed ControlMyers1999
The Potential Role of Bruchophagus acaciae (Cameron) (Hymenoptera: Eurytomidae) in the Integrated Control of Acacia Species in South AfricaHill1999
The patterns of harvester ant removal of wild radish seeds in the native range: the importance of generalist seed predators to weed managementVitou2003
Exploring interactions between cultural and biological control techniques: modelling bitou bush (Chrysanthemoides monilifera ssp. Rotundata) and a seed fly (Mesoclanis polana)Kriticos2003
Impacts on gorse (Ulex europaeus) seed production of two biological control agents, gorse seed weevil (Exapion ulicis) and gorse pod moth (Cydia succedana), in Canterbury, New Zealand (ABSTRACT ONLY)Partridge2003
Agents that reduce seed production - essential ingredient or fools folly?van Klinken2003
The significance and variability of predation of weed seeds in an agricultural landscape in Western Australia (ABSTRACT ONLY)Minkey2003
How sensitive is weed invasion to seed predation?van Klinken2007
Efficacy of the seed feeding bruchid beetle, Sulcobruchus subsuturalis, in the biological control of Caesalpinia decapetala in South Africa (ABSTRACT ONLY)Kalibbala2007
Seed feeders: why do so few work and can we improve our selection decisions? (ABSTRACT ONLY)van Klinken2007
Are seed feeding insects adequately controlling yellow starthistle (Centaurea solstitialis) in the western USA? (ABSTRACT ONLY)Winston2007
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