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Max Suckling
Max Suckling
Retired Plant & Food Research, School of Biological Sciences University of Auckland
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Potential of mass trapping for long-term pest management and eradication of invasive species
AM El-Sayed, DM Suckling, CH Wearing, JA Byers
Journal of economic entomology 99 (5), 1550-1564, 2006
5112006
Potential of “lure and kill” in long-term pest management and eradication of invasive species
AM El-Sayed, DM Suckling, JA Byers, EB Jang, CH Wearing
Journal of economic entomology 102 (3), 815-835, 2009
2872009
Invasion biology, ecology, and management of the light brown apple moth (Tortricidae)
DM Suckling, EG Brockerhoff
Annual review of entomology 55 (1), 285-306, 2010
1872010
Nationwide survey for invasive wood-boring and bark beetles (Coleoptera) using traps baited with pheromones and kairomones
EG Brockerhoff, DC Jones, MO Kimberley, DM Suckling, T Donaldson
Forest Ecology and Management 228 (1-3), 234-240, 2006
1802006
Endosulfan Resistance in Hypothenemus hampei (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) in New Caledonia
LO Brun, C Marcillaud, V Gaudichon, DM Suckling
Journal of Economic Entomology 82 (5), 1311-1316, 1989
1651989
Determinants of successful arthropod eradication programs
PC Tobin, JM Kean, DM Suckling, DG McCullough, DA Herms, ...
Biological invasions 16 (2), 401-414, 2014
1572014
What magnitude are observed non-target impacts from weed biocontrol?
DM Suckling, RFH Sforza
PloS one 9 (1), e84847, 2014
1492014
Eradication of invading insect populations: from concepts to applications
AM Liebhold, L Berec, EG Brockerhoff, RS Epanchin-Niell, A Hastings, ...
Annual review of entomology 61, 335-352, 2016
1452016
Eradication of invasive forest insects: concepts, methods, costs and benefits
EG Brockerhoff, AM Liebhold, B Richardson, DM Suckling
New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 40 (Suppl), S117-S135, 2010
1212010
New Zealand pest management: current and future challenges
SL Goldson, GW Bourdōt, EG Brockerhoff, AE Byrom, MN Clout, ...
Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 45 (1), 31-58, 2015
1112015
Volatile constituents of fermented sugar baits and their attraction to lepidopteran species
AM El-Sayed, VJ Heppelthwaite, LM Manning, AR Gibb, DM Suckling
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 53 (4), 953-958, 2005
1112005
Eradication of tephritid fruit fly pest populations: outcomes and prospects
DM Suckling, JM Kean, LD Stringer, C Cįceres‐Barrios, J Hendrichs, ...
Pest management science 72 (3), 456-465, 2016
1052016
Eradication of the Australian painted apple moth Teia anartoides in New Zealand: trapping, inherited sterility, and male competitiveness
DM Suckling, AM Barrington, A Chhagan, AEA Stephens, GM Burnip, ...
Area-wide control of insect pests, 603-615, 2007
1052007
Issues affecting the use of pheromones and other semiochemicals in orchards
DM Suckling
Crop protection 19 (8-10), 677-683, 2000
1032000
Do carnivorous plants use volatiles for attracting prey insects?
A Jürgens, AM El‐Sayed, DM Suckling
Functional Ecology 23 (5), 875-887, 2009
1012009
Positive interaction of a feeding attractant and a host kairomone for trapping the codling moth, Cydia pomonella (L.)
PJ Landolt, DM Suckling, GJR Judd
Journal of chemical ecology 33 (12), 2236-2244, 2007
1002007
Combining tactics to exploit Allee effects for eradication of alien insect populations
DM Suckling, PC Tobin, DG McCullough, DA Herms
Journal of Economic Entomology 105 (1), 1-13, 2012
932012
From integrated pest management to integrated pest eradication: technologies and future needs
DM Suckling, LD Stringer, AEA Stephens, B Woods, DG Williams, G Baker, ...
Pest management science 70 (2), 179-189, 2014
912014
Fatty acid-amino acid conjugates diversification in lepidopteran caterpillars
N Yoshinaga, HT Alborn, T Nakanishi, DM Suckling, R Nishida, ...
Journal of chemical ecology 36 (3), 319-325, 2010
882010
Ecological impact of three pest management systems in New Zealand apple orchards
DM Suckling, JTS Walker, CH Wearing
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 73 (2), 129-140, 1999
861999
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