Contents - Proceedings of the Netherlands Entomological Society Meeting 06
The complete volume (p. 1-215 )
Menken, S.B.J. 1995.
Evolution of insect-plant associations (p. 3-15 )
Augustijn, C.H. 1995.
Honey bee flight activity during a period of hot weather (p. 17-22 )
Eijnde, J. van den & H. van der Velde 1995.
Improvement of pollen exchange between honeybees (Apis mellifera) by using hive entrance brislies (p. 23-24 )
Wanten, H.K. & J. van der Blom 1995.
Allogrooming in one age group of worker honey bees (Apis mellifera L.) (p. 25-29 )
Halteren, P. van 1995.
Draft FAO code of conduct for the import and release of biological control agents (p. 31-34 )
Horjus, M. & R. Stouthamer 1995.
Does infection with thelytoky-causing Wolbachia in the pre-adult and adult life stages influence the adult fecundity of Trichogramma deion and Muscidifurax uniraptor? (p. 35-40 )
Smits, P.H. 1995.
Interaction between scarabaeid larvae and entomopathogenic nematodes (p. 41-45 )
Boer, R. de & K. Kuller 1995.
Winter survival of house dust mites (Dermatophagoides spp.) on the ground floor of Dutch houses (p. 47-51 )
Ellis, W.N. & A.C. Ellis-Adam 1995.
Flower visitation, plants' life forms and ecological characteristics (Syrphidae: Parasitica) (p. 53-58 )
Offereins, H.R. & W.K.R.E. van Wingerden 1995.
The influence of cattle grazing on xerotherm grasshopper populations of river dunes near Overasselt, The Netherlands (p. 59-64 )
Pan, C.-X. & H. Siepel 1995.
Large mammal grazing in forests: Effects on decomposition of grass leaves and faeces (p. 65-72 )
Plat, S., P. Kuivenhoven & T.S. van Dijk 1995.
Hedgerows: Suitable corridors for ground dwelling forest Carabid beetles? (p. 73-75 )
Scheper, M., J. van der Made & I. Wynhoff 1995.
Maculillea alcon: Interactions between a myrmecophilous butterfly, its larval foodplant and its host ants (p. 77-78 )
Wynhoff, I. & J. van der Made 1995.
Reintroduction of Maculinea teleius and Maculinea nausithous in the Netherlands in 1990 (p. 79-80 )
van Meer, M.M.M., F.J.P.M. van Kan, J.A.J. Breeuwer & R. Stouthamer 1995.
Identification of symbionts assoc iated with parthenogenesis in Encarsia formosa (Hymenoptera: Aphelinidae) and Diplolepis rosae (Hymenoptera: Cynipidae) (p. 81-86 )
Vries, E.J. de, G. Jacobs & J.A.J. Breeuwer 1995.
Symbiotic bacteria of the Western flower thrips, Frankliniella occidentalis (p. 87-92 )
Brakefield, P.M. & F. Kesbeke 1995.
Raised adult lifespan and female fecundity in tropical fruit-feeding Bicyclus butterflies (p. 93-98 )
Cleary, D.F.R., J. Aubert, H. Descimon & S.B.J. Menken 1995.
Genetic differentiation and gene flow within and between Colias alfacariensis (Verity) and Colias hyale L. (Lepidoptera: Pieridae: Coliadinae) (p. 99-105 )
Kooi, R.E. 1995.
The effect of food plant quality on wing pattern induction in the tropical butterfly Bicyclus anynana (Satyrinae) (p. 107-112 )
Straalen, N.M. van & A.M.F. van Diepen 1995.
Evolution of the Arrhenius activation energy in soil arthropods (p. 113-118 )
Wientjes, J.C. & L.E.L. Raijmann 1995.
A feasibility study of the use of RAPD-markers (Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA) for the identification of Yponomeuta padellus host races (p. 119-124 )
Minks, A.K., P. van Deventer, J . Woets & E. van Remortel 1995.
Development of thresholds based on pheromone trap catches for control of leafroller moths in apple orchards: a first report (p. 125-132 )
Schütte, C., J. Hulshof, H. Dijkman & M. Dicke 1995.
Change in foraging behaviour of the predatory mite Phytoseiulus persimilis: Some characteristics of a mite population that does not respond to herbivore-induced synomones (p. 133-139 )
Hora, K.H., F. Mak & R. Stouthamer 1995.
Host size effects on Ihe fitness of E. formosa and the consequences for host choice of the wasp. Does E. formosa choose the hosts which result in the highest offspring fitness? (p. 141-146 )
Jager, C.R. & M. Verduijn 1995.
Genetic differences between populations of the endoparasitoid Herpestomus brunnicornis related to their Yponomeuta host species (p. 147-152 )
Roermund, H.J.W. van & J.C. van Lenteren 1995.
Simulation of biological control of greenhouse whitefly with the parasitoid Encarsia formosa on tomato (p. 153-159 )
Schelvis, J. & c. Koot 1995.
Sheep or goat? Damalinia deals with the dilemma (p. 161-162 )
Tjallingii, W.F. 1995.
Aphid-plant interactions: What goes on in the depth of the tissues? (p. 163-169 )
Voskamp, K.E. & C.J. Den Otter 1995.
Single cell recordings from olfactory receptors of Tsetse flies: A field study (p. 171-172 )
Dijken, F.R. van, M. Dik & B. Gebala 1995.
Chrysanthemum ray flowers are an eldorado for the western flower thrips (Frankliniella occidentalis) (p. 173-179 )
Jongsma, M.A., P.L. Bakker, J. Pelers, D. Bosch & W.J. Sliekema 1995.
Adaptation of Spodopfera exigua (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) larvae to plant proteinase inhibitors by induction of gut proteinase activity insensitive to inhibition (p. 181 )
Kogel, W.J. de, M. van der Hoek & C. Mollema 1995.
Variation in reproduction of western flower thrips strains on susceptible and partially resistant cucumber (p. 183-188 )
Mollema, C. & R. Cole 1995.
Less attack by thrips 10 plant genotypes with low concentrations of aromatic amino acids (p. 189-190 )
Vierbergen, G., J.H.J. Heres, M.G. Roosjen & W.J.H. Verheul 1995.
A model for a pest risk assessment (p. 191-192 )
Post, R.J., J. Mas, A.L. Millest & P.K. Flook 1995.
Is the Bioko form of the Simulium damnosum complex (Diptera: Simuliidae) geographically isolated? (p. 193-194 )
Silva, I.M.M.S., J.P.N.F. van Heest, F.J.P.M. van Kan, P. Strippentow, K. Takacs & R. Stouthamer 1995.
Phylogeny of egg parasitOids Trichogramma spp. (Hymenoptera: Trichogrammatidae) (p. 195-196 )
Hogenhout, S.A., M. Verbeek, F. van der Wilk & J.F.J.M. van den Heuvel 1995.
Molecular cloning and nucleotide sequencing of the Sym operon of the primary endosymbiont of Myzus persicae (p. 197-200 )
Knols, B.G.J., W. Takken, D. Charlwood & R. De Jong 1995.
Species- specific attraction of Anopheles mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) to differelll humans in South-East Tanzania (p. 201-206 )
Wijkamp, I., R. Goldbach & D. Peters 1995.
Effect of Tomato spotted wilt virus infection on survival, development and reproduction of the vector Frankliniella occidentalis (p. 207-214 )