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Hagen, K. S.  1950.  Fecundity of Chrysopa californica as affected by synthetic foods.  J. Econ. Ent. 43:  101-4.

 

Hagen, K. S.  1952.  Influence of adult nutrition upon fecundity, fertility and longevity of three fruit flies (Diptera:  Tephritidae).  Ph.D. Thesis, University of California, Berkeley.

 

Hagen, K. S.  1953.  A premating period in certain species of the genus Opius.  (Hymenoptera: Braconidae).  Hawaii. Ent. Soc. Proc. 15:  115-16.

 

Hagen, K. S.  1958.  Honeydew as an adult fruit fly diet affecting reproduction.  Proc. 10th Internatl. Congr. Ent. (1956) 3:  25-30.

 

Hagen, K. S.  1962.  Biology and ecology of predaceous Coccinellidae.  Annu. Rev. Ent. 7:  289-326.

 

Hagen, K. S.  1964a.  Developmental stages of parasites.  In:  "Biological Control of Insect Pests and Weeds," P. H. DeBach (ed.).  Reinhold Publ. Corp., New York. pp 175-92; 213-19.

 

Hagen, K. S.  1964b.  Nutrition of entomophagous insects and their hosts. p. 356-80.  In:  P. DeBach (ed.), Biological Control of Insect Pests and Weeds.  Chapman & Hall, London.

 

Hagen, K. S.  1966a.  Coccinellid aggregations, p. 131-3.  In:  I. Hodek (ed.), Ecology of Aphidophagous Insects.  Liblice, 1965.  Academia, Prague. 

 

Hagen, K. S.  1966b.  Suspected migratory flight behaviour of Hippodamia convergens, p. 135-6.  In:  I. Hodek (ed.), Ecology of Aphidophagous Insects.  Liblice, 1965.  Academia, Prague. 

 

Hagen, K. S.  1974.  The significance of predaceous Coccinellidae in biological and integrated control of insects.  Entomophaga Mem. H. S. 7:  25-44.

 

Hagen, K. S.  1976.  Role of nutrition in insect management.  Proc. Tall Timbers Conf. on Ecological Animal Control by Habitat Management, Feb. 28 - March 1, 1984.  Gainesville, FL., p 221-61.

 

Hagen, K. S.  1986.  Ecosystem analysis:  plant cultivars (HPR), entomophagous species and food supplements.  p. 151-97.  In:  D. J. Boethel & R. D. Eikenbary (eds.), Interactions of Plant Resistance and Parasitoids and Predators of Insects.  Ellis Horwood, Ltd., Chichester, Great Britain.  244 p.

 

Hagen, K. S. 1986b.  Dietary requirements for mass rearing of natural enemies for use in biological control. p. 35-85.  In:  Y. Hussein & A. G. Ibrahim (eds.), Biological Control in the Tropics:  Proc. of the First Regional Symp. on Biological Control.  Penerbit Universiti Pertanian, Malaysia.

 

Hagen, K. S. & G. W. Bishop.  1979.  Use of supplemental foods and behavioral chemicals to increase the effectiveness of natural enemies. p. 49-60.  In:  D. W. Davis, S. C. Hoyt, J. A. McMurtry & M. T. Ali Niazee (eds.), Biological Control and Insect Pest Management.  Univ. Calif. Agr. Sci. Publ. 4096.

 

Hagen, K. S. & G. L. Finney.  1950.  A food supplement for effectively increasing the fecundity of certain tephritid species.  J. Econ. Ent. 43:  735.

 

Hagen, K. S. & J. M. Franz.  1973a.  A history of biological control.  p. 433-76.  In:  R. Smith, T. E. Mittler & C. N. Smith (eds.), History of Entomology.  Annu. Rev., Inc., Palo Alto, CA.  517 p.

 

Hagen, K. S. & J. M. Franz.  1973b.  A history of biological control.  Annu. Rev. Ent. 18:  433-76.

 

Hagen, K. S. & R. Hale.  1974.  Increasing natural enemies through use of supplementary feeding and non-target prey. p. 170-81.  In:  F. G. Maxwell & F. A. Harris (eds.), Proc. Summer Institute on Biological Control of Plant Insects and Diseases.  Univ. Press, Mississippi.

 

Hagen, K. S. & E. I. Schlinger.  1960.  Imported Indian parasite of pea aphid established in California.  Calif. Agr. 14:  5-6.

 

Hagen, K. S. & R. R. Sluss.  1966.  Quantity of aphids required for reproduction by Hippodamia spp. in the laboratory, p. 47-59.  In:  I. Hodek (ed.), Ecology of Aphidophagous Insects. Proc. Symp., Liblice, Prague.  W. Junk, The Hague.  227 p.

 

Hagen, K. S. & R. L. Tassan.  1965.  A method of providing artificial diets to Chrysopa larvae.  J. Econ. Ent. 58:  999-1000.

 

Hagen, K. S. & R. L. Tassan.  1966a.  Artificial diet for Chrysopa carnea Stephens, p. 83-7.  In:  I. Hodek (ed.), Ecology of Aphidophagous Insects. Proc. Symp., Liblice, Prague.  W. Junk, The Hague.  227 p.

 

Hagen, K. S. & R. L. Tassan.  1966b.  A method of coating droplets of artificial diets with paraffin for feeding Chrysopa larvae, p. 89-90.  In:  I. Hodek (ed.), Ecology of Aphidophagous Insects.  Liblice, 1965.  Academia, Prague. 

 

Hagen, K. S. & R. L. Tassan.  1966c.  The influence of protein hydrolysates of yeast and chemically-defined diets upon the fecundity of Chrysopa carnea Stephens (Neuroptera).  Vestnik. Cs. Spol. Zool. 30:  219-27.

 

Hagen, K. S. & R. L. Tassan.  1970.  The influence of food WheastR and related Saccharomyces fragilis yeast products on the fecundity of Chrysopa carnea (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae).  Canad. Ent. 102:  806-11.

 

Hagen, K. S. & R. L. Tassan.  1972.  Exploring nutritional roles of extracellular symbiontes on the reproduction of honeydew feeding adult chrysopids and tephritids. p. 323-51.  In:  J. G. Rodriguez (ed.), Insect and Mite Nutrition.  Nort-Holland, Amsterdam.

 

Hagen, K. S. & R. van den Bosch.  1968.  Impact of pathogens, parasites, and predators on aphids.  Annu. Rev. Ent. 13:  325-84.

 

Hagen, K. S., E. F. Sawall, Jr., & R. L. Tassan.  1970a.  The use of food sprays to increase effectiveness of entomophagous insects.  Proc. Tall Timbers Conf. Ecol. Anim. Contr. Habitat Management 2:  59-81.

 

Hagen, K. S., R. L. Tassan & E. F. Sawall, Jr.  1970.  Some ecophysiological relationships between certain Crhysopa, honeydews and yeasts.  Boll. Lab. Ent. Agr. Portici 28:  113-15.

 

Hagen, K. S., R. van den Bosch & D. L. Dahlsten.  1971a.  The importance of naturally-occurring biological control in the western United States, p. 253-93.  In:  C. B. Huffaker (ed.), Biological Control.  Plenum Press, New York.  511p.

 

Hagen, K. S., E. F. Sawall, Jr. & R. L. Tassan.  1971b.  The use of food sprays to increase effectiveness of entomophagous insects.  Proc. Tall Timbers Conf. on Ecol. Animal Control by Habitat Management. 2:  59-81.

 

Hagen, K. S., G. A. Viktorov, K. Yasumatsu & M. F. Shuster.  1976a.  Range, forage and grain crops, p. 397-442.  In:  C. B. Huffaker & P. S. Messenger (eds.), Theory and Practice of Biological Control.  Academic Press, Inc., New York, San Francisco & London.  788 p.

 

Hagen, K. S., P. Greany, E. F. Sawall, Jr. & R. L. Tassan.  1976b.  Tryptophan in artificial honeydews as a source of an attractant for adult Chrysopa carnea.  Environ. Ent. 5:  458-68.

Academic Press, New York.  p. 788.

 

Hagen, K. S., S. Bombosch & J. A. McMurtry.  1976.  The biology and impact of predators, p. 93-130.  In:  C. B. Huffaker & P. S. Messenger (eds.), Theory and Practice of Biological Control.  Academic Press, Inc., New York, San Francisco & London.  788 p.

 

Hagen, K. S., W. W. Allen & R. L. Tassan.  1981.  Mediterranean fruit fly:  The worst may be yet to come.  Calif. Agr. 35(3-4):  5-7.

 

Hagen, K. S., R. H. Dadd & J. Reese.  1984.  The food of insects. p. 79-112.  In:  C. B. Huffaker & R. L. Rabb (eds.), Ecological Entomology.  John Wiley & Sons, New York.