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Avidov, Z., D. Rosen & U. Gerson.  1963.  A comparative study on the effects of aerial versus ground spraying of poisoned baits against the mediterranean fruit fly on the natural enemies of scale insects in citrus groves.  Entomophaga 8:  205-212.

 

DeBach, P., D. Rosen & C. E. Kennett.  1971.  Biological control of coccids by introduced natural enemies, p. 165-94.  In:  C. B. Huffaker (ed.), Biological Control.  Plenum Press, New York, London.  511 p.

 

Mansour, F. A., D. Rosen & A. Shulov.  1980a.  A survey of spider populations (Araneae) in sprayed and unsprayed apple orchards in Israel and their ability to feed on larvae of Spodoptra littoralis (Boisd.).  Acta Oecol. Oecol. Appl. 1:  189-97.

 

Mansour, F. A., D. Rosen, A. Shulov & H. N. Plaut.  1980.  Evaluation of spiders as biological control agents of Spodoptera littoralis larvae on apple in Israel.  Acta Oecol. Oecol. Appl. 1:  225-32.

 

Rosen, D.  1962.  An annotated list of hymenopterous parasites of citrus soft scales in Israel.  Entomophaga 7:  349-.

 

Rosen, D.  1964.  Parasites of the Coccoidea, Aphididea, and Aleurodidea of citrus in Israel.  Ph.D. Thesis, Hebrew Univ. of Jerusalem.  220 p.

 

Rosen, D.  1965.  The hymenopterous parasites of citrus armored scales in Israel (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea).  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 58:  388-96.

 

Rosen, D.  1966.  Notes on the parasites of Acaudaleyrodes citri (Priesner and Hosni) (Hem.: Aleyrodidae) in Israel.  Ent. Ber. 26:  55-9.

 

Rosen, D.  1967a.  The hymenopterous parasites and hyperparasites of aphids on citrus in Israel.  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 60:  394-9.

 

Rosen, D.  1967b.  Effects of commercial pesticides on the fecundity and survival of Aphytis holoxanthus (Hymenoptera: Aphelinidae).  Israel J. Agr. Res. 17:  47-52.

 

Rosen, D.  1967c.  Biological and integrated control of citrus pests in Israel.  J. Econ. Ent. 60:  1422-27.

 

Rosen, D.  1967d.  The hymenopterous parasites of soft scales on citrus in Israel.  Beitr. Ent. 17:  255-83.

 

Rosen, D.  1967e.  On the relationships between ants and the parasites of coccids and aphids on citrus.  Beitr. Ent. 17:  285-90.

 

Rosen, D.  1980.  Integrated control of citrus pests in Israel.  Proc. Intern. Symp. IOBC/WPRS, Integrated Control in Agriculture and Forestry (Vienna, 1979), p. 289-92.

 

Rosen, D. (ed.).  1981a.  The Role of Hyperparasitism in Biological Control: a Symposium.  Div. Agr. Sci., Univ. of Calif. Publ. 4103.

 

Rosen, D.  1981b.  A new species of Pseudophycus [Hym.: Encyrtidae] with notes on the angelicus group.  Entomophaga 26:  251-63.

 

Rosen, D.  1985.  Biological Control, p. 413-64.  In:  G. A. Kerkut & L. I. Gilbert (eds.), Insect Physiology, Biochemistry and Pharmacology.  Comprehensive Vol. 12. Pergamon Press, Oxford.  849 p.

 

Rosen, D.  1986.  The role of taxonomy in effective biological control programs.  Agr. Ecosyst. Environ. 15:  121-9.

 

Rosen, D. (ed.).  1990.  Armored Scale Insects:  Their Biology, Natural Enemies, and Control.  World Crop Pests vol. 4A & 4B.  Elsevier Sci. Publ., Amsterdam. 

 

Rosen, D. E. & R. M. Bailey.  1963.  The poeciliid fishes (Cyprinodon tiformes), their structure, zoogeography and systematics.  Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. Bull. 126:  1-176.

 

Rosen, D. & P. DeBach.  1970.  Notes on the genus Marlattiella Howard (Hymenoptera: Aphelinidae).  Mushi 43(3):  39-44.

 

Rosen, D. & P. DeBach.  1973.  Systematics, morphology and biological control.  Entomophaga 18:  215-22.

 

Rosen, D. & P. DeBach.  1974.  Biosystematic studies on the species of Aphytis (Hymenoptera: Aphelinidae).  Bull. SROP 3:  21-38.

 

Rosen, D. & P. DeBach.  1976a.  Biosystematic studies on the species of Aphytis (Hymenoptera: Aphelinidae).  Mushi 49:  1-17.

 

Rosen, D. & P. DeBach.  1976b.  Diaspididae, p. 78-28.  In:  C. P. Clausen (ed.), Introduced Parasites and Predators of Arthropod Pests and Weeds-- a World Review.  U. S. Dept. Agr., Agr. Handbk. No. 480.  545 p.

 

Rosen, D. & P. DeBach.  1978.  Diaspididae, p. 78-128.  In:  C. P. Clausen (ed.), Introduced Parasites and Predators of Arthropod Pests and Weeds:  A world review.  Agr. Handbk. 480, U. S. Dept. Agr., Washington, D. C.

 

Rosen, D. & P. DeBach.  1979.  Species of Aphytis of the World (Hymenoptera: Aphelinidae).  W. Junk, The Hague, Netherlands.  801 p.

 

Rosen, D. & A. Eliraz.  1978.  Biological and systematic studies of developmental stages in Aphytis (Hymenoptera: Aphelinidae). I. Developmental history of Aphytis chilensis Howard.  Hilgardia 46:  96-101.

 

Rosen, D. & U. Gerson.  1965.  Field studies of Chilocorus bipustulatus (L.) on citrus in Israel.  Ann. Epiphyt. 16:  71-6.

 

Rosen, D. & C. B. Huffaker.  1983.  An overview of desired attributes of effective biological control agents, with particular emphasis on mites, p. 2-11.  In:  M. A. Hoy, G. L. Cunningham & L. Kuntson (eds.), Biological Control of Pests by Mites.  Div. Agr. Sci., Univ. Calif. Publ. 3304.

 

Rosen, D. & R. Kfir.  1983.  A hyperparasite of coccids develops as a primary parasite of fly puparia.  Entomophaga 28:  83-88.

 

Rosen, D. & Y. Rössler.  1966.  Studies on an Israel strain of Anagyrus pseudococci (Girault) (Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae).  I.  Morphology of the adults and developmental stages.  Entomophaga 11:  269-77.

 

Rössler, Y. & D. Rosen.  1990.  A case history:  IPM on citrus in Israel, p. 519-26.  In:  D. Rosen (ed.), Armored Scale Insects, Their Biology, Natural Enemies and Control.  World Crop Pests, Vol. 4B.  Elsevier Sci. Publ., Amsterdam.

 

Rössler, Y., I. Bar-Zakay, M. Wysoki, S. Homski, Y. Izhar, I. Pinkas & I. Kolodner.  1990.  Reducing use of pesticides in agriculture, p. 49-55.  In:  D. Rosen (ed.),   Working Group on citrus and subtropical trees.  Rept to Min. Agr., Chief Scient.  [in Hebrew].