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11 artículos asociados 
Volumen 144 Número 5 Parte 0 Año 2012

Parasitoids (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Aphidiinae) of rabbitbrush aphids and linkage with agriculturally important pest aphids in Washington State, United States of America
Erin N. Hollingbery, K.S. Pike, G. Graf and D. Graf
Pág. 621 - 634  

Variability in the parasitoid community associated with galls of Diplolepis variabilis (Hymenoptera: Cynipidae): a test of the distance decay hypothesis
Jordan A. Bannerman, Joseph D. Shorthouse, Jason Pither and Robert G. Lalonde
Pág. 635 - 644  

Carabid beetle communities after 18 years of conservation tillage and crop rotation in a cool humid climate
Olivier Lalonde, Anne Légère, F. Craig Stevenson, Michèle Roy and Anne Vanasse
Pág. 645 - 657  

Douglas-fir cone gall midges respond to shape and infrared wavelength attributes of host tree branches
Tracy Zahradnik, Stephen Takács, Ward Strong, Robb Bennett, Anastasia Kuzmin and Gerhard Gries
Pág. 658 - 666  

Culex pipiens (Culicidae) is attracted to humans in southern Ontario, but will it serve as a bridge vector of West Nile virus?
Curtis Russell and Fiona F. Hunter
Pág. 667 - 671  

Evidence that web reduction by western black widow males functions in sexual communication
Catherine Scott, Samantha Vibert and Gerhard Gries
Pág. 672 - 678  

The genetic population structure of lotic and lentic mayflies of the Baetis vernus group (Ephemeroptera: Baetidae)
Marcus K. Drotz, Eino Savolainen, Anssi Saura and Gunilla Ståhls
Pág. 679 - 690  

Diversity and phenology of the generalist predator community in apple orchards of Central Washington State (Insecta, Araneae)
David R. Horton, Eugene R. Miliczky, Vincent P. Jones, Callie C. Baker and Thomas R. Unruh
Pág. 691 - 710  

The natural history of mites (Acari: Mesostigmata) associated with the white-spotted sawyer beetle (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae): diversity, phenology, host attachment, and sex bias
Wayne Knee, Tammy Hartzenberg, Mark R. Forbes and Frédéric Beaulieu
Pág. 711 - 719  

Number of instars and sexual dimorphism of Tetropium fuscum (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) larvae determined by maximum likelihood
Leah Flaherty, Jacques Régnière and Jon Sweeney
Pág. 720 - 726  

A comparative analysis of butterfly richness detection capacity of Pollard transects and general microhabitat surveys
Isabelle Létourneau, Maxim Larrivée and Antoine Morin
Pág. 727 - 731