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James Hagler
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Methods for marking insects: current techniques and future prospects
JR Hagler, CG Jackson
Annual review of entomology 46 (1), 511-543, 2001
6922001
Conservation of natural enemies in cotton: role of insect growth regulators in management of Bemisia tabaci
SE Naranjo, PC Ellsworth, JR Hagler
Biological Control 30 (1), 52-72, 2004
1682004
Distribution and activity of Drosophila suzukii in cultivated raspberry and surrounding vegetation
J Klick, WQ Yang, VM Walton, DT Dalton, JR Hagler, AJ Dreves, JC Lee, ...
Journal of applied entomology 140 (1-2), 37-46, 2016
1672016
Foraging range of honey bees, Apis mellifera, in alfalfa seed production fields
JR Hagler, S Mueller, LR Teuber, SA Machtley, A Van Deynze
Journal of Insect Science 11 (1), 144, 2011
1592011
An inexpensive immunomarking technique for studying movement patterns of naturally occurring insect populations
VP Jones, JR Hagler, JF Brunner, CC Baker, TD Wilburn
Environmental Entomology 35 (4), 827-836, 2006
1142006
Identifying the predator complex of Homalodisca vitripennis (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae): a comparative study of the efficacy of an ELISA and PCR gut content assay
V Fournier, J Hagler, K Daane, J De León, R Groves
Oecologia 157, 629-640, 2008
1122008
Measuring the sensitivity of an indirect predator gut content ELISA: detectability of prey remains in relation to predator species, temperature, time, and meal size
JR Hagler, SE Naranjo
Biological Control 9 (2), 112-119, 1997
1051997
Honey bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) foraging responses to phenolic-rich nectars
JR Hagler, SL Buchmann
Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society, 223-230, 1993
1021993
Determining the frequency of heteropteran predation on sweetpotato whitefly and pink bollworm using multiple ELISAs
JR Hagler, SE Naranjo
Entomologia Experimentalis et applicata 72 (1), 59-66, 1994
1011994
The need for effective marking and tracking techniques for monitoring the movements of insect predators and parasitoids
B Lavandero, S Wratten, J Hagler, M Jervis
Taylor & Francis Group 50 (3), 147-151, 2004
1002004
Cover crops increase foraging activity of omnivorous predators in seed patches and facilitate weed biological control
CK Blubaugh, JR Hagler, SA Machtley, I Kaplan
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 231, 264-270, 2016
982016
Comparative Dispersal of Homalodisca coagulata and Homalodisca liturata (Homoptera: Cicadellidae)
JL Blackmer, JR Hagler, GS Simmons, LA Cañas
Environmental Entomology 33 (1), 88-99, 2004
902004
The flow of incoming nectar through a honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) colony as revealed by a protein marker
G DeGrandi-Hoffman, J Hagler
Insectes sociaux 47, 302-306, 2000
882000
New approach to mark insects for feeding and dispersal studies
JR Hagler, AC Cohen, D Bradley-Dunlop, FJ Enriquez
Environmental Entomology 21 (1), 20-25, 1992
881992
Qualitative survey of two coleopteran predators of Bemisia tabaci (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae) and Pectinophora gossypiella (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) using a multiple prey gut …
JR Hagler, SE Naranjo
Environmental Entomology 23 (1), 193-197, 1994
871994
Field retention of a novel mark–release–recapture method
JR Hagler
Environmental Entomology 26 (5), 1079-1086, 1997
861997
Field Evaluation of Predation on Lygus hesperus (Hemiptera: Miridae) Using a Species- and Stage-Specific Monoclonal Antibody
JR Hagler, CC Allen, D Bradley-Dunlop, FJ Enriquez
Environmental Entomology 21 (4), 896-900, 1992
761992
Relative dispersal ability of a key agricultural pest and its predators in an annual agroecosystem
FS Sivakoff, JA Rosenheim, JR Hagler
Biological Control 63 (3), 296-303, 2012
702012
An immunomarking technique for labeling minute parasitoids
JR Hagler, CG Jackson
Environmental Entomology 27 (4), 1010-1016, 1998
691998
Use of a gut content ELISA to detect whitefly predator feeding activity after field exposure to different insecticide treatments
JR Hagler, SE Naranjo
Biocontrol Science and Technology 15 (4), 321-339, 2005
672005
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