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  1. A new mite IPM strategy: predator avoidance behaviour resulting from the synergetic effects of predator release and acaricide-treated nets
  2. Maize Chlorotic Mottle Virus Induces Changes in Host Plant Volatiles that Attract Vector Thrips Species
  3. Datasets on abundance of common blossom thrips and weather variables in small-scale avocado orchards at Taita Hills and Mount Kilimanjaro
  4. Maize Cropping Systems Mapping Using RapidEye Observations in Agro-Ecological Landscapes in Kenya
  5. Screening recently identified whitefly/spider mite-resistant wild tomato accessions for resistance to Tuta absoluta
  6. Parasitism of Cotesia vestalis in Kenya
  7. Advances in crop insect modelling methods—Towards a whole system approach
  8. Evaluation of coloured traps with kairomone attractant for monitoring thrips population dynamics on tomato crop in East Africa
  9. Short range dispersal of western flower thrips in field-grown French beans in Kenya
  10. Lure and infect strategy for application of entomopathogenic fungus for the control of bean flower thrips in cowpea
  11. Temperature-dependent phenology of Plutella xylostella (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae): Simulation and visualization of current and future distributions along the Eastern Afromontane
  12. Farmers' knowledge and perception of grain legume pests and their management in the Eastern province of Kenya
  13. Screening for attractants compatible with entomopathogenic fungus Metarhizium anisopliae for use in thrips management
  14. Development and dissemination of thrips and tospovirus management strategies for vegetable production systems of East Africa
  15. Active aggregation among sexes in bean flower thrips ( M egalurothrips sjostedti ) on cowpea ( V igna unguiculata )
  16. Sternal gland structures in males of bean flower thrips, Megalurothrips sjostedti, and Poinsettia thrips, Echinothrips americanus, in comparison with those of western flower thrips, Frankliniella occidentalis (Thysanoptera: Thripidae)
  17. Visual, vibratory, and olfactory cues affect interactions between the red spider mite Tetranychus evansi and its predator Phytoseiulus longipes
  18. Maize Lethal Necrosis (MLN), an Emerging Threat to Maize-Based Food Security in Sub-Saharan Africa
  19. Repellency of Plant Extracts against the Legume Flower Thrips Megalurothrips sjostedti (Thysanoptera: Thripidae)
  20. Optimizing Western Flower Thrips Management on French Beans by Combined Use of Beneficials and Imidacloprid
  21. Behavioral responses of Thrips tabaci Lindeman to endophyte-inoculated onion plants
  22. Spatial separation of semiochemical Lurem‐ TR and entomopathogenic fungi to enhance their compatibility and infectivity in an autoinoculation system for thrips management
  23. Colonization of Onions by Endophytic Fungi and Their Impacts on the Biology of Thrips tabaci
  24. Resistance to Iris yellow spot virus and onion thrips among onion varieties grown in Kenya
  25. Dispersal Behavior of Tetranychus evansi and T. urticae on Tomato at Several Spatial Scales and Densities: Implications for Integrated Pest Management
  26. Erratum to “Use ofMetarhizium anisopliaeChitinase Genes for Genotyping and Virulence Characterization”
  27. Analysis ofIris yellow spot virusreplication in vector and non-vector thrips species
  28. Seasonal abundance of western flower thrips and its natural enemies in different French bean agroecosystems in Kenya
  29. Use ofMetarhizium anisopliaeChitinase Genes for Genotyping and Virulence Characterization
  30. Selection of promising fungal biological control agent of the western flower thrips Frankliniella occidentalis (Pergande)
  31. Effect of intercrops on thrips species composition and population abundance on French beans in Kenya
  32. Performance of a semiochemical-baited autoinoculation device treated with Metarhizium anisopliae for control of Frankliniella occidentalis on French bean in field cages
  34. Efficacy of spiracular infection of Helicoverpa armigera with its nucleopolyhedrovirus and its role in virus production
  35. Genetic variability of the bollworm, Helicoverpa armigera, occurring on different host plants
  36. Influence of incubation temperature on productivity and quality of Spodoptera litura nucleopolyhedrovirus
  37. Impact of granulovirus infection on susceptibility of Spodoptera litura to insecticides