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Fanslow, G J; Mills, N J.  1997.  Body size, eggload, and foraging rate in a minute egg parasitoid: Should clutch-size decisions maximize progeny size? (Annu. Meeting of the Ecological Soc. of America held jointly with the Nature Conservancy...Bull. of the Ecological Soc. of America, v.78, n.4 SUPPL., (1997):  87.

 

Getz, W M; Mills, N J.  1996.   Host-parasitoid coexistence and egg-limited encounter rates. American Naturalist, v.148, n.2, (1996): 333-347.

 

Gilchrist, A; Mills, N J.  1996.  Protection of the side of the head.  Accident Analysis & Prevention, v.28, n.4, (1996): 525-535.

 

Gutierrez, A P; Mills, N J; Schreiber, S J; Ellis, C K.  1994.  A physiologically based tritrophic perspective on bottom-up-top-down regulation of populations.  Ecology (Tempe), v.75, n.8,  (1994): 2227-2242.

 

Hawkins, B A; Mills, N J.  1996.  Variability in parasitoid community structure. J. of Animal Ecology, v.65, n.4, (1996): 501-516.

 

Kenis, M; Mills, N J.  1994.  Parasitoids of European species of the genus Pissodes (Col: Curculionidae) and their potential for the biological control of Pissodes strobi (Peck) in Canada. Biological Control, v.4, n.1, (1994): 14-21.

 

Kenis, M; Mills, N J.  1998.  Evidence for the occurrence of sibling species in Eubazus spp. (Hymenoptera: Braconidae), parasitoids of Pissodes spp. weevils (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). Bull. of Entomol. Res., v.88, n.2, (1998): 149-163.

 

Kenis, M; Hulme, M A; Mills, N J.  1996.  Comparative developmental biology of populations of three European and one North American Eubazus spp. (Hymenoptera: Braconidae), parasitoids of Pissodes spp. weevils (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). Bull. of Entomol. Res., v.86, n.2, (1996): 143-153.

 

Kuhlmann, U.; Babendreier, D.; Hoffmeister, T. S.; Mills, N. J.  1998a.  Impact and oviposition behaviour of Ageniaspis fuscicollis (Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae), a polyembryonic parasitoid of the apple ermine moth Yponomeuta malinellus (Lepidoptera: Yponomeutidae).  Bull. of Entomol. Res., v.88, n.6, (1998. Dec.): 617-625.

 

Kulhmann, U; Carl, K P; Mills, N J.  1998b.  Quantifying the impact of insect predators and parasitoids on populations of the apple ermine moth, Yponomeuta malinellus (Lepidoptera  Yponomeutidae), in Europe.  Bull. of Entomol. Res., v.88, n.2, (1998): 165-175.

 

McDougall, S J; Mills, N J.  1997.   Dispersal of Trichogramma platneri Nagarkatti (Hym., Trichogrammatidae) from point-source releases in an apple orchard in California.  J. of Applied Entomol., v.121, n.4, (1997): 205-209.

 

McDougall, S J; Mills, N J.  1997.  The influence of hosts, temperature and food sources on the longevity of Trichogramma platneri.  Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, v.83, n.2, (1997): 195-203.

 

Mills, N. J.  1983a.  The natural enemies of scolytids infesting conifer bark in Europe in relation to the biological control of Dendroctonus spp. in Canada.  Biocontrol News and Information 4:  305-28.

 

Mills, N. J.  1983a.  Possibilities for the biological control of Choristoneura fumiferana (Clemens) using natural enemies from Europe.  Biocontrol News and Information 4:  103-25.

 

Mills, N J.  1993a.   Species Richness and Structure in the Parasitoid Complexes of Tortricoid

Hosts.  J. of Animal Ecology, v.62, n.1, (1993): 45-58.

 

Mills, N J.  1993b.   Observations on the Parasitoid Complexes of Bud Moths Lepidoptera Tortricoidea on Larch in Europe.  Bull. of Entomol. Res., v.83, n.1, (1993): 103-112.

 

Mills, N J.  1994a.  Parasitoid guilds: Defining the structure of the parasitoid communities of endopterygote insect hosts.Environ. Entomol., v.23, n.5, (1994): 1066-1083.

 

Mills, N J.  1994b.  The structure and complexity of parasitoid communities in relation to biological control.  Hawkins, B. A. and W. Sheehan (Ed.). Parasitoid community ecology. x+516p. Oxford University Press: Oxford, England, UK; New York, New York, USA. ISBN 0-19-854058-2. 1994. p. 397-417.

 

Mills, N J.  1994c.   Parasitoid guilds: A comparative analysis of the parasitoid communities of tortricids and weevils.  Hawkins, B. A. and W. Sheehan (Ed.). Parasitoid community ecology.  x+516p. Oxford University Press: Oxford, England, UK; New York, New York, USA. ISBN 0-19-854058-2. 1994. p. 30-46.

 

Mills, N J; Getz, W M.  1996.  Modelling the biological control of insect pests: A review of host-parasitoid models. Ecological Modelling, v.92, n.2-3, (1996): 121-143.

 

Mills, N J; Gutierrez, A P.  1996.   Prospective modelling in biological control: An analysis of the dynamics of heteronomous hyperparasitism in a cotton-whitefly-parasitoid system.  J. of Applied Ecology, v.33, n.6, (1996): 1379-1394.

 

Mills, N. J. & F. Schoenberg.  1985.  Possibilities for the biological control of the Douglas-fir tussock moth, Orgyia pseudotsugata (Lymantriidae), in Canada, using natural enemies from Europe.  Biocontrol News and Information 6:  7-18.

 

Riddick, E W; Mills, N J.  1994.  Potential of adult carabids (Coleoptera: Carabidae) as predators of fifth-instar codling moth (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) in apple orchards in California. Environ. Entomol., v.23, n.5, (1994): 1338-1345.

 

Riddick, E W; Mills, N J.  1995.  Seasonal activity of carabids (Coleoptera: Carabidae) affected by  microbial and oil insecticides in an apple orchard in California.  Environ. Entomol., v.24, n.2, (1995): 361-366.

 

Riddick, E W; Mills, N J.  1996a.  A comparison of the seasonal activity of Pterostichus beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) in a commercial apple orchard in Sonoma County,California. Pan-Pacific Entomologist, v.72, n.2, (1996): 82-88.

 

Riddick, E W; Mills, N J.  1996b.   Pterostichus beetles dominate the carabid assemblage in an unsprayed orchard in Sonoma County, California.  Pan-Pacific Entomologist, v.72, n.4, (1996): 213-219.