Pasquale Trematerra
Pasquale Trematerra
Professore di Entomologia, University of Molise
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Geostatistical tools for the study of insect spatial distribution: practical implications in the integrated management of orchard and vineyard pests.
A Sciarretta, P Trematerra
Spatial distribution of some beetles infesting a feed mill with spatio-temporal dynamics of Oryzaephilus surinamensis, Tribolium castaneum and Tribolium confusum
P Trematerra, A Sciarretta
Journal of Stored Products Research 40 (4), 363-377, 2004
Spatiotemporal distribution of insects and mites in horizontally stored wheat
CG Athanassiou, NG Kavallieratos, NE Palyvos, A Sciarretta, ...
Journal of Economic Entomology 98 (3), 1058-1069, 2005
Behavioural responses of Oryzaephilus surinamensis, Tribolium castaneum and Tribolium confusum to naturally and artificially damaged durum wheat kernels
P Trematerra, A Sciarreta, E Tamasi
Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 94 (2), 195-200, 2000
Geostatistical characterization of the spatial distribution of Grapholita molesta and Anarsia lineatella males in an agricultural landscape
A Sciarretta, P Trematerra
Journal of Applied Entomology 130 (2), 73-83, 2006
Geostatistical Analysis of Cydia funebrana (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) Pheromone Trap Catches at Two Spatial Scales
A Sciarretta, P Trematerra, J Baumgärtner
American Entomologist 47 (3), 174-185, 2001
Integrated pest management of stored-product insects: practical utilization of pheromones
P Trematerra
Anzeiger für Schädlingskunde, Pflanzenschutz, Umweltschutz 70, 41-44, 1997
Spatio-temporal analysis of insect pests infesting a paddy rice storage facility
P Trematerra, MCZ Paula, A Sciarretta, S Lazzari
Neotropical Entomology 33, 469-479, 2004
Aspects related to decision support tools and Integrated Pest Management in food chains
P Trematerra
Food Control 34 (2), 733-742, 2013
Spatial Analysis of Lobesia botrana (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) Male Population in a Mediterranean Agricultural Landscape in Central Italy
A Sciarretta, A Zinni, A Mazzocchetti, P Trematerra
Environmental Entomology 37 (2), 382-390, 2008
Advances in the use of pheromones for stored-product protection
P Trematerra
Journal of pest science 85, 285-299, 2012
Large‐scale mating disruption of Ephestia spp. and Plodia interpunctella in Czech Republic, Greece and Italy
P Trematerra, C Athanassiou, V Stejskal, A Sciarretta, N Kavallieratos, ...
Journal of Applied Entomology 135 (10), 749-762, 2011
The monitoring of semolina contamination by insect fragments using the light filth method in an Italian mill
P Trematerra, V Stejskal, J Hubert
Food Control 22 (7), 1021-1026, 2011
Spatio‐temporal distribution of Ceratitis capitata population in a heterogeneous landscape in Central Italy
A Sciarretta, P Trematerra
Journal of Applied Entomology 135 (4), 241-251, 2011
Ultrasound production in the courtship behaviour of Ephestia cautella (Walk.), E. kuehniella Z. and Plodia interpunctella (Hb.)(Lepidoptera: Pyralidae)
P Trematerra, G Pavan
Journal of Stored Products Research 31 (1), 43-48, 1995
Control of Ephestia kuehniella Zeller by mass‐trapping1
P Trematerra, F Battaini
Journal of Applied Entomology 104 (1‐5), 336-340, 1987
Spatial analysis of pheromone trap catches of codling moth (Cydia pomonella) in two heterogeneous agro-ecosystems, using geostatistical techniques
P Trematerra, P Gentile, A Sciarretta
Phytoparasitica 32 (4), 325-341, 2004
Spatio-temporal analysis of trap catches of Tribolium confusum du Val in a semolina-mill, with a comparison of female and male distributions
P Trematerra, P Gentile, A Brunetti, LE Collins, J Chambers
Journal of Stored Products Research 43 (4), 315-322, 2007
Influence of intact and damaged cereal kernels on the behaviour of rice weevil, Sitophilus oryzae (L.)(Coleoptera: Curculionidae)
P Trematerra, F Fontana, M Mancini, A Sciarretta
Journal of Stored Products Research 35 (3), 265-276, 1999
Museum pests–cultural heritage pests
P Trematerra, D Pinniger
Recent advances in stored product protection, 229-260, 2018
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