Biological Control Agents

International Symposia on Biological
Control of Weeds


Climate compatibility



ArticleLead AuthorYear
Climatic influences on weeds and their herbivores: Biological control of St. John's wort in British ColumbiaWilliams1984
Using CLIMEX to predict distribution of alligator weed and its potential for biological control by the flea beetle, Agasicles hygrophila (ABSTRACT ONLY)Julien1992
Biological control in a cold climate: temperature responses and climatic adaptation of weed biocontrol agentsMcClay1996
Temperature effects on alligator weed flea-beetle, Agasicles hygrophila (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae): implications for biological control in New ZealandStewart1996
Climate Matching between the Western United States and Eurasia to Target Foreign Exploration for Natural Enemies of Spotted Knapweed (ABSTRACT ONLY)Rice1999
Climate Compatibility of the Weevil, Stenopelmus rufinasus, a Biocontrol Agent, on the Water Fern Azolla filiculoides in South Africa (ABSTRACT ONLY)McConnachie1999
Predicting the climate compatibility of biological control agents in their region of introductionByrne2003
Climate matching and field ecology of Australian bluebell creeper (ABSTRACT ONLY)Williams2007
Which haystack? Climate matching to narrow the search for weed biological control agents (ABSTRACT ONLY)Robertson2007
Landscape genetics and climatic associations of flea beetle lineages and implications for biological control of tansy ragwortSzues2007
An experimental test of the importance of climate matching for biological control introductions (ABSTRACT ONLY)Grevstad2007
Effect of climate on biological control: a case study with diffuse knapweed in British Columbia, Canada (ABSTRACT ONLY)Jackson2007
Microclimate effects of biological control: water hyacinth in South Africa (ABSTRACT ONLY)King2007
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