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Finney, G. L., S. E. Flanders & H. S. Smith.  1947.  Mass culture of Macrocentrus ancylivorus and its host, the potato tuber moth.  Hilgardia 17:  437-83.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1924.  A new egg parasite of the codling moth.  J. Econ. Ent. 17:  602.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1925a.  Ibalia ensiger Norton on Monterey cypress.  J. Econ. Ent. 18:  236.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1925b.  A new departure in codling moth control.  J. Econ. Ent. 18:  838.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1925c.  Prospaltella as an egg parasite of the codling moth.  Pan-Pac. Ent. 2:  188-89.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1925d.  Longevity of the adult codling moth.  J. Econ. Ent. 18:  752-3.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1926a.  Notes on parasites at Saticoy, California, during the year 1925.  Pan-Pac. Ent. 2:  157-8.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1926b.  The codling moth in Ventura County.  Ventura County Farm Bureau Month. 6(9):  3, 31.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1926c.  Variations in the seasonal development of the walnut codling moth and its host as influenced by temperature.  Pan-Pac. Ent. 3:  93-4.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1927a.  An infestation index for fruit pests.  J. Econ. Ent. 20:  544.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1927b.  Insect enemies of the codling moth in the vicinity of Ventura, California.  Pan-Pac. Ent. 3:  44-5.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1929a.  The mass production of Trichogramma minutum Riley and observations on the natural and artificial parasitism of the codling moth eggs.  Trans. 4th Intern. Congress Ent. 2:  110-30.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1929b.  Biological control of the codling moth.  J. Econ. Ent. 20:  644.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1929c.  The production and distribution of Trichogramma.  J. Econ. Ent. 22:  245-8.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1930a.  Mass production of egg parasites of the genus Trichogramma.  Hilgardia.  4: 464-501.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1930b.  Notes on Trichogramma minutum.  Pan. Pac. Ent. 6:  180-1.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1930c.  Evaluation of Trichogramma liberations.  J. Econ. Ent. 23:  886-7.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1930d.  The lima bean pod-borer in California.  Calif. Dept. Agr. Mon. Bull. 6(19):  409-21.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1930e.  Mexican sugar cane borers and the parasite Trichogramma.  J. Econ. Ent. 23:  603-6.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1930f.  Races of Trichogramma minutum.  Pan-Pac. Ent. 7:  20-1.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1930g.  Notes on the life history of Lindorus lophanthae.  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 23:  594-6.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1930h.  Recent developments in Trichogramma production.  J. Econ. Ent. 23:  837-41.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1930i.  A suggestion for the automatic collection of Sitotroga.  J. Econ. Ent. 23:  1008.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1930j.  Wax secretion in the Rhizobiini.  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 23:  808-9.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1931a.  The temperature relationships of Trichogramma minutum as a basis for racial segregation.  Hilgardia 5:  305-406.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1931b.  The life cycle of Trichogramma in relation to temperature.  Science 73:  458.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1932a.  Observations and experiences in searching for parasites in Australia.  Citrus Leaves 12(4):  15-16, 18.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1932b.  Observations concerning a citrus relative native to Australia.  Calif. Citrograph 17:  278, 307-08.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1932c.  Temperature as a measure of an insect population.  J. Econ. Ent. 25:  934.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1932d.  Observations on certain insects in Australia in 1931.  J. Econ. Ent. 25:  1240-41.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1933a.  Some early observations concerning Trichogramma.  J. Econ. Ent. 26:  511.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1933b.  Heat production and limitation of densities in Sitotroga populations.  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 26:  529-35.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1934a.  The life histories of three newly imported predators of the red scale.  J. Econ. Ent. 27:  723-24.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1934b.  The secretion of the colleterial glands in parasitic chalcids.  J. Econ. Ent. 27:  861-62.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1934c.  Sistotroga production.  J. Econ. Ent. 27:  1197.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1934d.  Insects on rutaceous trees native to subtropical Australia.  Pan-Pac. Ent. 10:  145-50.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1935a.  Effect of host density on parasitism.  J. Econ. Ent. 28:  898-900.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1935b.  An apparent correlation between the feeding habits of certain pteromalids and the condition of their ovarian follicles (Pteromalidae, Hymenoptera).  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 28:  438-44.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1935c.  Two described species of Trichogramma validated.  Pan-Pac. Ent. 11:  79.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1935d.  Host influence on the prolificacy and size of Trichogramma.  Pan-Pacific Ent. 11:  175-77.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1935e.  The biology of Trichogramma evanescens West, and allied species.  Ph.D. Thesis, Univ. Calif. Berkeley?.  88 p.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1936a.  Coccidophilus citricola Brethés, a predator enemy of red and purple scales.  J. Econ. Ent. 29:  1023-24.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1936b.  Japanese species of Tetrastichus parasitic on eggs of Galerucella xanthomelaena.  J. Econ. Ent. 29:  1024-25.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1936c.  A biological phenomenon affecting the establishment of Aphelinidae as parasites.  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 29:  251-5.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1936d.  A reproduction phenomenon.  Science 83:  498-99.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1936e.  Sexual dimorphism of hymenopterous eggs and larvae.  Science 84:  83.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1936f.  Remarkable phenomenon of reproduction in the parasitic Hymenoptera.  J. Econ. Ent. 29:  468.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1936g.  Two mealybugs of the genus Puto attacking citrus.  Pan-Pac. Ent. 12:  196-97.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1937a.  Habitat selection by Trichogramma.  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 30:  208-210.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1937b.  Oviposition instincts and developmental sex differences in the genus Coccophagus.  Univ. Calif. Publ. Ent. 6:  401-22.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1937c.  Notes on the life history and anatomy of Trichogramma.  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 30:  304-8.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1937d.  Liberations of black scale parasites during the year 1937.  Calif. Citrograph 23(2):  59, 87.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1937e.  Starvation of developing parasites as an explanation of immunity.  J. Econ. Ent. 30:  970.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1938a.  Identity of the common species of American Trichogramma.  J. Econ. Ent. 31:  456-57.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1938b.  The effect of cold storage on the reproduction of parasitic Hymenoptera.  J. Econ. Ent. 31:  633-34.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1938c.  Cocoon formation in endoparasitic chalcidoids.  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 31:  167-80.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1939a.  Environmental control of sex in hymenopterous insects.  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 32:  11-26.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1939b.  A black scale parasite with promising qualities.  J. Econ. Ent. 32:  152.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1939c.  The role of arrhenotoky in the adaptation of insects.  Science 90(2326):  82-3.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1939d.  The practical application of biological studies on parasites employed in biological control.  Proc. 6th Pac. Sci. Congr., Vol. 4.  p. 373-81.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1939e.  Introduction and establishment of Coccophagus heteropneusticus, parasite of lecanine scale insects.  J. Econ. Ent. 32:  888-90.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1939f.  The biologies and colonization of foreign parasites collected by H. Compere and recorded by him in:  "The black scale Saissetia oleae (Bern.) in South America, Univ. Calif. Publ. Ent. 7(5)."  "Mealybugs and their insect enemies in South America.  Univ. Calif. Publ. Ent. 7(4)."  "Parasites of the black scale, Saissetia oleae, in Africa.  Hilgardia 13(7)." 

 

Flanders, S. E.  1940a.  Environmental resistance to the establishment of parasitic Hymenoptera.  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 33:  245-53.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1940b.  A Brazilian parasite of Pseudococcus maritimus (Ehrh.).  J. Econ. Ent. 33:  201.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1940c.  A coccinellid introduced into California.  J. Econ. Ent. 33:  202-03.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1940d.  The biological control of the long-tailed mealybug, Pseudococcus longispinus.  J. Econ. Ent. 33:  754-59.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1940e.  Searching for entomophagous insects.  J. Econ. Ent. 33:  814.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1940f.  Observations on the biology of the elm leaf beetle parasite Erynnia nitida R.-Desv.  J. Econ. Ent. 33:  947.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1940g.  Biological control of long-tailed mealybug on citrus and avocado.  Calif. Citrog. 25(5)t:  146:  154-55.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1940h.  Parasites of the elm leaf beetle.  Trees 3(2):  14.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1941a.  Dust as an inhibiting factor in the reproduction of insects.  J. Econ. Ent. 34:  470-72.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1941b.  Observations on the biology of the elm leaf beetle parasite, Erynnia nitida (R.Desv.).  J. Econ. Ent. 33:  947-48.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1941c.  Peculiar habits of beneficial insects.  Calif. Citrog. 26(10):  285-306.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1942a.  Oosorption and ovulation in relation to oviposition in the parasitic Hymenoptera.  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 35:  251-66.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1942b.  Sex differentiation in the polyembryonic proclivity of the Hymenoptera.  J. Econ. Ent. 35:  108.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1942c.  Deposition of non-viable eggs by Hymenoptera.  J. Econ. Ent. 35:  283.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1942d.  The introduction of Phycus testaceous Masi into California.  J. Econ. Ent. 35:  290-91.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1942e.  The larval meconium of parasitic Hymenoptera as a sign of the species.  J. Econ. Ent. 35:  456-7.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1942f.  Propagation of black scale on potato sprouts.  J. Econ. Ent. 35:  687-89.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1942g.  Metaphycus helvolus, an encyrtid parasite of the black scale.  J. Econ. Ent. 35:  690-8.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1942h.  Biological observations on the citricola scale and its parasites.  J. Econ. Ent. 35:  831-33.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1942i.  Abortive development in parasitic Hymenoptera induced by the food plant of the insect host.  J. Econ. Ent. 35:  834-35.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1942j.  The sex-ratio in the Hymenoptera:  a function of the environment.  Ecology 23:  120-21.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1943a.  Mass production of the California red scale and its parasite Comperiella bifasciata.  J. Econ. Ent. 36:  233-5.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1943b.  The susceptibility of parasitic Hymenoptera to sulfur.  J. Econ. Ent. 36:  469.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1943c.  The role of mating in the reproduction of parasitic Hymenoptera.  J. Econ. Ent. 36:  802-03.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1943d.  The potato tuber worm, a host suitable for mass production of Macrocentrus ancylivorus.  J. Econ. Ent. 36:  807.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1943e.  Indirect hyperparasitization and observations on three species of indirect hyperparasites.  J. Econ. Ent. 36:  921-26.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1943f.  The Argentine ant versus the parasites of the black scale.  Calif. Citrograph 28(5):  117, 128, 137.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1943g.  The Argentine ant versus the parasites of the black scale.  Citrus Leaves 23(2):  9, 12, 18, 22.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1943h.  Partial oosorption as a possible cause of diploid males in Microbracon hebetor.  The American Naturalist 77:  479-80.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1943i.  Red scale parasites, comparison of Oriental races of Comperiella bifasciata in California.  Calif. Citrog. 28:  78.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1944a.  Observations on Prospaltella perniciosi and its mass production.  J. Econ. Ent. 37:  105.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1944b.  Biological control of the potato mealybug.  J. Econ. Ent. 37:  312.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1944c.  Control of the long-tailed mealybug on avocados by hymenopterous parasites.  J. Econ. Ent. 37:  308-09.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1944d.  Diapause in the parasitic Hymenoptera.  J. Econ. Ent. 37:  408-11.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1944e.  The introduction and establishment of Habrolepis rouxi in California.  J. Econ. Ent. 37:  444-45.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1944f.  Acerophagus notativentris, an important parasite of the grape mealybug.  J. Econ. Ent. 37:  541.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1944g.  Olfactory responses of parasitic Hymenoptera in relation to their mass propagation.  J. Econ. Ent. 37:  711-12.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1944h.  Observations on Comperiella bifasciata, an endoparasite of diaspine coccids.  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 37:  365-71.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1944i.  The bisexuality of uniparental Hymenoptera, a function of the environment.  Amer. Nat. 79:  122-41.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1945a.  Influence of moisture on the mass propagation of Macrocentrus ancylivorus.  J. Econ. Ent. 38:  319-23.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1945b.  The role of the spermatophore in the mass propagation of Macrocentrus ancylivorus.  J. Econ. Ent. 38:  323-27.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1945c.  A barrier for confining crawling organisms.  J. Econ. Ent. 38:  394-95.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1945d.  Coincident infestations of Aonidiella citrina and Coccus hesperidum, a result of ant activity.  J. Econ. Ent. 38:  711-12.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1945e.  Uniparentalism in the Hymenoptera and its relation to polyploidy.  Science 100:  168-9.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1945f.  Is caste differentiation in ants a function of the rate of egg deposition?   Science 101:  245-46.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1945g.  The bisexuality of uniparental Hymenoptera, a function of the environment.  Amer. Nat. 79:  122-41.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1945h  The surplus male.  A problem in biological control.  Calif. Citrog. 30(9):  267-68, 275.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1946a.  The role of the spermatophore in the mass propagation of Macrocentrus ancylivorus.  J. Econ. Ent. 38:  323-7.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1946b.  Control of sex and sex-limited polymorphism in the Hymenoptera.  Quart. Rev. Biol. 21:  135-43.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1946c.  The mechanism of sex control of the honey bee.  J. Econ. Ent. 39:  379.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1946d.  Haploidy as a factor in the polymorphic differentiation of the Hymenoptera.  Science 103:  555-56.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1947a.  Elements of host discovery exemplified by parasitic Hymenoptera.  Ecology 28:  299-309.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1947b.  Use of the potato tuber in the mass production of diaspine scale insects.  J. Econ. Ent. 40:  746-47.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1948a.  Biological control of yellow scale.  Calif. Citrog. 34:  56, 76-7.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1948b.  A host-parasite community to demonstrate balance.  Ecology 29:  123.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1949a.  George Compere-- pioneer in teh biological control of red scale.  Calif. Citrog. 34:  160-62.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1949b.  Cold weather stymied parasites of black scale.  Calif. Citrog. 34:  406-07.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1949c.  Culture of entomophagous insects.  Canad. Ent. 81:  257-74.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1949d.  George Compere, pioneer in the biological control of red scale.  Calif. Citrograph 34(4):  160-62.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1949e.  Using black scale as a 'foster host.'  Calif. Citrograph 34(5):  222-4.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1949f.  Cold weather stymied parasites of black scale.  Calif. Citrograph 34(9):  406-07.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1949g.  Recent introductions of entomophagous insects into California.  J. Econ. Ent. 42:  995-96.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1950a.  Regulation of ovulation and egg disposal in the parasitic Hymenoptera.  Canad. Ent. 82:  134-40.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1950b.  An enemy of purple scale recently established in California.  Calif. Citrog. 36:  64-5.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1950c.  Races of apomictic parasitic Hymenoptera introduced into California.  J. Econ. Ent. 43:  719-20.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1950d.  Control of sex in the honeybee.  Sci. Mon 71:  237-40.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1950e.  Races of apomictic parasitic Hymenoptera introduced into California.  J. Econ. Ent. 43:  719-20.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1950f.  Purple scale enemy goes to work.  Citrus Leaves 30(11):  42-3.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1951a.  Mass culture of California red scale and its golden chalcid parasites.  Hilgardia 21(1):  1-42.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1951b.  The role of the ant in the biological control of homopterous insects.  Canad. Ent. 83:  93-8.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1951c.  Citrus mealybug.  Four new parasites studied in biological control experiments.  Calif. Agric. 5(7):  11.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1951d.  The ant as a citrus pest.  Calif. Citrograph 36(7):  267, 281.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1951e.  Prospaltella as a secondary parasite of mealybug.  J. Econ. Ent. 44:  810.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1952a.  Ovisorption as the mechanism causing worker development in ants.  J. Econ. Ent. 45:  37-39.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1952b.  Another parasite of purple scale established in California.  Calif. Citrog. 37:  234:  256-57.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1952c.  Biological observations on the parasite of the black scale.  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 45:  543-49.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1952d.  A method for transferring infestations of purple scale.  J. Econ. Ent. 45:  891.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1952e.  A parasite of elm scale established in California.  J. Econ. Ent. 45:  1078-79.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1952f.  Climate and tree condition as factors in scale control.  Calif. Citrograph 37:  232, 254-6.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1953a.  Variations in susceptibility of citrus-infesting coccids to parasitization.  J. Econ. Ent. 46:  266-9.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1953b.  Predatism by the adult hymenopterous parasite and its role in biological control.  J. Econ. Ent. 46:  541-44.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1953c.  Aphelinid biologies with implications for taxonomy.  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 46:  84-94.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1953d.  Caste determination in the social Hymenoptera.  Sci. Mon. 76(3):  142-48.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1953e.  Hymenopterous parasites of three species of Oriental scale insects.  Portici R. Scuola Super. di Agr. Lab. Zool. Gen. e Agr. Bol. 33: 10-28.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1954a.  Fecundity of entomophagous insects under mass culture, an effect of environmental resistance.  Ecology 35:  245-49.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1954b.  Report from Hong Kong.  Calif. Citrog. 39:  108, 128-31.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1954c.  Casca's elusive husband.  Calif. Citrograph 39:  343, 352.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1955a.  Principles and practices of biological control utilizing entomophagous insects.  [Extract from series of lectures presented at the University of Naples, Italy].  Deposited in Univ. of Calif. libraries at Davis and Riverside.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1955b.  The organization of biological control and its historical development.  Mededelingen van de Landbouwhogeschool en de Opzoekingsstations van de Staat te Gent 20(3):  257-70.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1956a.  The mechanisms of sex-ratio regulation in the (parasitic) Hymenoptera.  Insectes Sociaux 3:  325-34.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1956b.  Struggle for existence between red and yellow scale.  Citrograph 41:  396, 398, 400, 402-03.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1957a.  Regulation of caste in social Hymenoptera.  J. New York. Ent. Soc. 65:  97-105.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1957b.  Ovigenic-ovisorptive cycle in the economy of the honey bee.  Sci. Month. 85:  176-77.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1957c.  Fig scale parasites introduced into California.  J. Econ. Ent. 50:  171-72.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1957d.  The complete interdependence of an ant and a coccid.  Ecology 38:  535-6.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1958a.  The role of the ant in the biological control of scale insects in California.  Proc. 10th Internatl. Cong. Ent. (1956) 4:  579-84.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1958b.  Moranila californica as a usurped parasite of Saissetia oleae.  J. Econ. Ent. 50:  247-48.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1958c.  The Ephestia-Idechthis ecosystem for illustrating population dynamics.  Ecology 39:  545-7.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1959a.  The employment of exotic entomophagous insects in pest control.  J. Econ. Ent. 52:  71-5.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1959b.  Embryonic starvation, an explanation of the defective honey bee egg.  J. Econ. Ent. 52:  166-67.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1959c.  Biological control of Saissetia nigra (Nietn.) in California.  J. Econ. Ent. 52:  596-600.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1959d.  Differential host relations of the sexes in parasitic Hymenoptera.  Ent. Exp. & Appl. 2:  123(5?)-42.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1959e.  The biological control of the nigra scale, Saissetia nigra (Nietn.) in California.  J. Econ. Ent. 52:  596-600.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1959f.  Biological control.  J. Econ. Ent. 52:  784-5.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1959g.  Pseudococcus citriculus Green and its parasites.  J. Econ. Ent. 52:  880-82.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1959h.  Areas of discovery in the Ephestia-Idechthis ecosystem delimited by vermiculite.  Ecology 40(1):  165.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1960a.  Caste in the honey bee.  Insectes Sociaux 7:  7-16.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1960b.  The status of San Jose scale parasitization (including biological notes).  J. Econ. Ent. 53:  757-59.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1964a.  Some biological control aspects of taxonomy exemplified by the genus Aphytis (Hymenoptera: Aphelinidae).  Canad. Ent. 96:  888-93.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1964b.  Dual ontogeny of the male Coccophagus gurneyi Comp. (Hymenoptera: Aphelinidae): a phenotypic phenomenon.  Nature 204(4962):  944-46.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1964c.  "Male-producing factor" in the wasp Dahlbominus.  Science 145:  726-7.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1965a.  On the sexuality and sex ratios of hymenopterous populations.  Amer. Natur. 99:  489-94.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1965b.  Competition and cooperation among parasitic Hymenoptera related to biological control.  Canad. Ent. 97:  409-22.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1966a.  The circumstances of species replacement among parasitic Hymenoptera.  Canad. Ent. 98:  1009-24.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1966b.  Unique biological control aspects of teh genus Casca and a description of a new species.  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 59:  79-82.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1967.  Deviate-ontogenies in the aphelinid male (Hymenoptera) associated with the ovipositional behavior of the parental female.  Entomophaga 12:  415-27.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1969a.  Herbert D. Smith's observation on citrus blackfly parasites in India and Mexico and the correlated circumstances.  Canad. Ent. 101:  467-80.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1969b.  Alternative differential mortality of the sexes concomitant to sex differentiation in host relations.  Entomophaga 14:  335-46.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1971.  Single factor mortality, the essence of biological control, and its validation in the field.  Canad. Ent. 103:  1351-62.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1972.  The duality of imaginal diapause inception in pteromalids parasitic on Hypera postica.  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 65:  105-08.

 

Flanders, S. E.  1973.  Habitat selection by Trichogramma.  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 30:  208-10.

 

Flanders, S. E. & M. E. Badgley.  1963.  Prey-predator interaction in self balanced laboratory populations.  Hilgardia 35:  145-83.

 

Flanders, S. E. & B. R. Bartlett.  1964.  Observations on two species of Metaphycus (Encyrtidae, Hymenoptera) parasitic on citricola scale.  Mushi 38:  39-42.

 

Flanders, S. E. & H. Compere.  1934e.  Anarhopus sydneyensis Timberlake, an encyrtid parasite of Pseudococcus longispinus Targ. recently introduced into California from Australia.  J. Econ. Ent. 27:  966-73.

 

Flanders, S. E. & I. J. Condit.  1945.  "Gall-flower" of the fig, a misnomer.  Science 102:  128-30.

 

Flanders, S. E. & T. W. Fisher.  1959.  The economic effect of aphidophagous insects on citrus in China.  J. Econ. Ent. 52:  536-7.

 

Flanders, S. E. & J. L. Gressitt.  1949.  New developments in the transport of beneficial insects.  J. Econ. Ent. 42:  150.

 

Flanders, S. E. & J. L. Gressitt.  1958.  The natural control of California red scale in China.  Calif. State Dept. Agric. Bull. 47(49?):  23-33.

 

Flanders, S. E. & W. Quednau.  1960.  Taxonomy of the genus Trichogramma (Hymenoptera, Chalcidoidea, Trichogrammatidae).  Entomophaga 5(4):  285-94.

 

Flanders, S. E. & H. S. Smith.  1931.  Is Trichogramma becoming a fad?  J. Econ. Ent. 24:  666-72.

 

Flanders, S. E. & H. S. Smith.  1948.  Search for parasites of red scale reoriented.  Calif. Citrograph 34:  4, 17.

 

Flanders, S. E. & H. S. Smith.  1950a.  The search for natural enemies of citrus pests.  Calif. Citrograph 35(9):  362, 376.

 

Flanders, S. E. & H. S. Smith.  1950b.  Pest parasites from China.  Citrus Leaves 30(6):  6-7, 18.

 

Flanders, S. E., H. Compere & H. S. Smith.  1941.  Use of air transport from China for introduction of parasites.  Calif. Citrog. 26(10):  291, 300-01.

 

Flanders, S. E., G. Finney & H. S. Smith.  1944.  A progress report on the use of the potato tuber moth as a host for mass production of Macrocentrus ancylivorus.  J. Econ. Ent. 37:  61-4.

 

Flanders, S. E., H. S. Smith & A. J. Basinger.  1945.  The control of Saissetia oleae by Metaphycus helvolus (Compere).  Bull. Calif. Dept. Agr. 34:  9394.

 

Flanders, S. E., G. L. Finney & H. S. Smith.  1947.  Mass culture of Macrocentrus ancylivorus and its host, the potato tuber moth.  Hilgardia 17:  437-83.

 

Flanders, S. E., J. L. Gressitt & P. DeBach.  1950a.  Parasite of Glover's scale established in California.  Calif. Citrog. 35(6):  254-55.

 

Flanders, S. E., J. L. Gressitt & P. DeBach.  1950b.  The Glover's scale parasite, Prospaltella elongata, established in California.  Citrus Leaves 30(5):  32-3.

 

Flanders, S. E., J. L. Gressitt & B. R. Bartlett.  1954.  Parasites of citricola scale in Japan and their introduction into California.  Pan-Pac. Ent. 30:  5-9.

 

Flanders, S. E., R. van den Bosch & B. R. Bartlett.  1955.  A search for natural enemies of lecanine scale insects in Northern Africa for introduction into California.  J. Econ. Ent. 48:  53-5.

 

Flanders, S. E., J. L. Gressitt & T. W. Fisher.  1958.  Casca chinensis, an internal parasite of California red scale.  Hilgardia 28(3):  65-91.

 

Flanders, S. E., B. R. Bartlett & T. W. Fisher.  1961.  Coccophagus basalis (Hymenoptera: Aphelinidae); its introduction into California with studies of its biology.  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 54:  227-36.