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Emergence of the Introduced Grass Agropyron cristatum and the Native Grass Bouteloua gracilis in a Mixed-grass Prairie Restoration
Prairie restoration at the northern edge of the Great Plains can be frustrated by previously established non-native perennial grasses. We compared the emergence of a widely introduced grass, Agropyron cristatum, and a common native grass, Bouteloua gracilis, in a 4-year-old field experiment in which the Agropyron-dominated vegetation had either been left intact or treated annually with herbicide. This was done at two levels of water supply, reflecting conditions expected in wet and dry years, to examine the effects of among-year variability in precipitation. Water addition significantly increased the emergence of both surface-sown and buried (1 cm deep) seeds. Herbicide treatment of neighbors did not increase the...
Pupal orientation and emergence of some aphelinid parasitoids (Hymenoptera: Aphelinidae) of Bemisia argentifolii (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae)
Hydrologic and behavioral constraints on oviposition of stream insects: implications for adult dispersal
Population Biology of Longfin Smelt and Aspects of the Ecology of Other Major Planktivorous Fishes in Lake Washington
Potential of Plants for Protecting Stored Pulses from Callosobruchus maculatus (Coleoptera: Bruchidae) Infestation
Variation in short-term survival of cultured sandfish (Holothuria scabra) released in mangrove-seagrass and coral reef flat habitats in Solomon Islands
Ecology of Peltoperla arcuata and Tallaperla maria (Plecoptera: Peltoperlidae) at the Fernow Experimental Forest, Tucker County, West Virginia
Lateral dispersal of adult aquatic insects (Plecoptera, Trichoptera) following emergence from headwater streams in forested Appalachian catchments
Emergence trapping of mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) in brackish forest habitats in Maroochy Shire, south-east Queensland, Australia, and a management option for Verrallina funerea (Theobald) and Aedes procax (Skuse)
Monitoring adult emergence, ovary maturation, and control of the black vine weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionidae).
Synchronized, mass-emergencies of a yucca moth, Prodoxus y-inversus (Lepidoptera: Prodoxidae), after 16 and 17 years in diapause.
[Emergence traps at the Kossau, a brook in the northern German lowlands. Limnological studies in the nature reserve Kossautal (Schleswig-Holstein) 1.]