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Stink Bugs Biorational Control Based on Communication Processes

By: Andrej Čokl(Editor), Miguel Borges(Editor)
256 pages, 11 colour photos and illustrations, 11 b/w illustrations, tables
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Stinkbug Classification, Phylogeny, Biology and Reproductive Behavior presents an overview of the Pentatomidae species, covering their biology, phylogeny and reproductive behavior, main plants used in their diet and their nutritional exigencies, predatory stinkbugs, interactions between herbivores-plants and natural enemies, use of pheromone for monitoring phytophagous populations, and chemical and vibrational communication signals. It also presents possible technologies to be applied in field crops for pest management that could be developed as the basis of the interplay of stink bug communication signals.

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Stinkbug Classification, Phylogeny, Biology and Reproductive Behavior
      Jocelia Grazia and Cristiano F. Schwertner
Host Plant-Stinkbug (Pentatomidae) Relationships
      Antônio R. Panizzi and Tiago Lucini
Predatory Stink Bugs (Asopinae) and the Role of Substrate-Borne Vibrational Signals in Intra- and Interspecific Interactions
      Alenka Žunic Kosi and Andrej Čokl
Communication as the Basis for Biorational Control
      Andrej Čokl, Maria Carolina Blassioli-Moraes, Raul Alberto Laumann and Miguel Borges
The Semiochemistry of Pentatomidae
      Miguel Borges and Maria Carolina Blassioli-Moraes
Substrate-Borne Vibratory Communication
      Andrej Čokl, Raul Alberto Laumann and Nataša Stritih
Stink Bug Communication Network and Environment
      Andrej Čokl, Alenka Žunic Kosi and Meta-Virant-Doberlet
Plant and Stink Bug Interactions at Different Trophic Levels
      Salvatore Guarino, Ezio Peri, Stefano Colazza
Use of Pheromones for Predatory Stink Bugs Management
      Diego Martins Magalhães
Use of Pheromones for Monitoring Phytophagous Stink Bugs (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae)
      P. Glynn Tillman and Ted E. Cottrell
Use of Vibratory Signals for Stink Bug Monitoring and Control
      Raul Alberto Laumann, Douglas Henrique Bottura Maccagnan and Andrej Čokl
Suggestions for Neotropic Stink Bug Pest Status and Control
      Miguel Borges, Maria Carolina Blassioli-Moraes, Raul Alberto Laumann and Andrej Čokl

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By: Andrej Čokl(Editor), Miguel Borges(Editor)
256 pages, 11 colour photos and illustrations, 11 b/w illustrations, tables
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