Contents - Proceedings of the Netherlands Entomological Society Meeting 16
Insects and sex (p. 9-16 )
Meijer K., I. Pen & L. Beukeboom 2005.
How smart are Nasonia wasps? Limits to the sex allocation response of superparasitizing females (p. 17-25 )
Barke J., I. Mateo Leach & L.W. Beukeboom 2005.
Fitness of arrhenotokous and thelytokous Venturia canescens (p. 27-35 )
Meulen J. van der & D. Groenendijk 2005.
Assessment of the mobility of day-flying moths: an ecological approach (p. 37-50 )
Verberk W.C.E.P. & H. Esselink 2005.
Aggregation of water beetles: mechanisms of dispersal (p. 51-61 )
Duinen G. van, P. Beusink, M. Nijssen & H. Esselink 2005.
Larval development of Anomala dubia (Scarabaeidae) in coastal dunes: Effects of sand-spray and Ammophila arenaria root biomass (p. 63-70 )
Vogels J., M. Nijssen, W. Verberk & H. Esselink 2005.
Effects of moss-encroachment by Campylopus introflexus on soil-entomofauna of dry-dune grasslands (Violo-corynephoretum) (p. 71-80 )
Calis J.N.M., M.H. Allsopp & W.J. Boot 2005.
Establishment of Cape honey bees as social parasites in African honeybee colonies (p. 81-90 )
Hofstede F.E. 2005.
The allocation of foragers to a new foraging task in the stingless bee Plebeia tobagoensis (Hymenoptera, Meliponini) (p. 91-94 )
Spitzen J. & W. Takken 2005.
Malaria mosquito rearing – maintaining quality and quantity of laboratory-reared insects (p. 95-100 )
Messelink G.J. & W.J. de Kogel 2005.
Impact of chrysanthemum cultivar, fertilization and soil-dwelling predatory mites on Frankliniella occidentalis (p. 101-107 )
Kaas J.P. 2005.
Vertical distribution of thrips and whitefly in greenhouses and relative efficiency of commercially available sticky traps for population monitoring (p. 109-115 )
Groot M. de, K. Winkler & R.P.J. Potting 2005.
Testing the potential of White mustard (Sinapis alba) and Sweet alyssum (Lobularia maritima) as trap crops for the Diamondback moth Plutella xylostella (p. 117-123 )
Winkler K., F.L. Wäckers, L. Buitriago & J.C. van Lenteren 2005.
Herbivores and their parasitoids show differences in abundance on eight different nectar producing plants (p. 125-130 )
Scholte E., B.G.J. Knols & W. Takken 2005.
A study on avoidance and repellency of the African malaria vector Anopheles gambiae upon exposure to the entomopathogenic fungus Metarhizium anisopliae (p. 131-138 )