Publications

Ecology of native aphids from Chile

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  1. Quiroz, A., Fuentes-Contreras, E., Ramírez, C.C., Russell, G.B. & Niemeyer, H.M. (1999) Host plant chemicals and the distribution of Neuquenaphis (Hemiptera: Aphididae) on Nothofagus (Fagaceae). Journal of Chemical Ecology 25: 1043-1054.
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  2. Russell, G.R., Bowers, W.S., Keesing, V., Niemeyer, H.M., Sevenet, T., Vasanthaverni, S. & Wratten, S.D. (2000) Patterns of bioactivity and herbivory on Nothofagus species from Chile and New Zealand. Journal of Chemical Ecology 26: 41-56.
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  3. Blackman, R.L., Brown, P.A., Ramírez, C.C. & Niemeyer, H.M. (2003) Karyotype variation in the South American aphid genus Neuquenaphis (Hemiptera, Aphididae, Neuquenaphidinae). Hereditas 138: 6-10.
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  4. Gaete-Eastman, C., Olivares-Donoso, R., Figueroa, C.C., Ramírez C.C. & Niemeyer, H.M. (2004) Genetic and morphological variation in Neuquenaphis aphids on southern beeches (Nothofagus spp.). In: Simon, J.-C., Dedryver, C.-A., Rispe, C. & Hullé, M. (eds.) Aphids in a New Millennium. Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Aphids, Versailles, INRA Editions, pp. 227-232.
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  5. Gaete-Eastman, C., Olivares-Donoso, R., Figueroa, C.C., Niemeyer, H.M. & Ramírez, C.C. (2004) Diet breath and genetic differentiation in phytophagous insects: the case of Southern beech aphids (Hemiptera, Aphididae, Neuquenaphidinae). Bulletin of Entomological Research 94: 219-227.
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  6. Thoison, O., Sévenet, T., Niemeyer, H.M. & Russell, G.B. (2004) Insect antifeedant compounds from Nothofagus dombeyi and N. pumilio. Phytochemistry 65: 2173-2176.
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  7. Russell, G.B., Faúndez, E.H. & Niemeyer, H.M. (2004) Selection of Nothofagus host trees by the aphids Neuquenaphis staryi and Neuquenaphis edwardsi. Journal of Chemical Ecology 30: 2231-2241.
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