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- Trumble, John T., et al. Show all 2 Author
- Entomologia experimentalis et applicata 2007 v.123 no.1 pp. 35-42
- Bactericera cockerelli; evolutionary adaptation; fecundity; host plants; indigenous species; invasive species; lethal concentration 50; peppers; pesticide resistance; pesticides; survival rate; tomatoes; California; Mexico; Texas
- ... Two genetically distinct potato psyllid populations [Bactericera cockerelli (Sulc) (Homoptera: Psyllidae)] were identified in our previous study: native and invasive. The invasive population, ranging from Baja, Mexico to central California, was the result of a recent invasion, while the native population is endemic to Texas. The native (Texas) and invasive (California) populations were collected f ...
- Trumble, John T., et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Entomologia experimentalis et applicata 2006 v.118 no.3 pp. 177-183
- genes; cytochrome-c oxidase; Psyllidae; population genetics; genetic variation; geographical variation; genetic markers; microsatellite repeats; mitochondrial DNA; internal transcribed spacers; nucleotide sequences; endosymbionts; Wolbachia; biotypes; Bactericera cockerelli; Mexico; California; Colorado; Nebraska
- ... Although tomato psyllid, Bactericera cockerelli (Sulc) (Homoptera, Psyllidae), annually causes significant losses in potato and tomato crops in eastern Mexico and the central United States, infestations in western North America have been historically rare. However, substantial populations appeared in 2001 in western North America and caused losses in tomato production exceeding 80%; losses in 2004 ...