Xavier Martini
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Seasonal movement patterns and long-range dispersal of Asian citrus psyllid in Florida citrus
H Lewis-Rosenblum, X Martini, S Tiwari, LL Stelinski
Journal of Economic Entomology 108 (1), 3-10, 2015
Infection of an insect vector with a bacterial plant pathogen increases its propensity for dispersal
X Martini, M Hoffmann, MR Coy, LL Stelinski, KS Pelz-Stelinski
PLoS One 10 (6), 2015
Abdominal color of the Asian citrus psyllid (Hemiptera: Liviidae) is associated with flight capabilities
X Martini, A Hoyte, LL Stelinski
Annals of the Entomological Society of America 107 (4), 842-847, 2014
Plant pathogen-induced volatiles attract parasitoids to increase parasitism of an insect vector
X Martini, KS Pelz-Stelinski, LL Stelinski
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 2, 8, 2014
Volatiles from the symbiotic fungus Raffaelea lauricola are synergistic with Manuka lures for increased capture of the Redbay ambrosia beetle Xyleborus glabratus
EH Kuhns, Y Tribuiani, X Martini, WL Meyer, J Peña, J Hulcr, LL Stelinski
Agricultural and Forest Entomology 16 (1), 87-94, 2014
The immediate source of the oviposition-deterring pheromone produced by larvae of Adalia bipunctata (L.)(Coleoptera, Coccinellidae)
E Laubertie, X Martini, C Cadena, M Treilhou, AFG Dixon, JL Hemptinne
Journal of insect behavior 19 (2), 231-240, 2006
A decision-support tool to predict spray deposition of insecticides in commercial potato fields and its implications for their performance
C Nansen, K Vaughn, Y Xue, C Rush, F Workneh, J Goolsby, N Troxclair, ...
Journal of economic entomology 104 (4), 1138-1145, 2011
Plant volatiles and density-dependent conspecific female odors are used by Asian citrus psyllid to evaluate host suitability on a spatial scale
X Martini, EH Kuhns, A Hoyte, LL Stelinski
Arthropod-Plant Interactions, 1-8, 2014
Quantitative impact assessment of spray coverage and pest behavior on contact pesticide performance
X Martini, N Kincy, C Nansen
Pest management science 68 (11), 1471-1477, 2012
Reflectance-based assessment of spider mite “bio-response” to maize leaves and plant potassium content in different irrigation regimes
C Nansen, AJ Sidumo, X Martini, K Stefanova, JD Roberts
Computers and electronics in agriculture 97, 21-26, 2013
Occurrence of Diaphorina citri (Hemiptera: Liviidae) in an unexpected ecosystem: The lake kissimmee state park forest, Florida
X Martini, T Addison, B Fleming, I Jackson, K Pelz-Stelinski, LL Stelinski
Florida Entomologist 96 (2), 658-660, 2013
Eucalyptol is an Attractant of the Redbay Ambrosia Beetle, Xyleborus Glabratus
EH Kuhns, X Martini, Y Tribuiani, M Coy, C Gibbard, J Peña, J Hulcr, ...
Journal of chemical ecology, 2014
Attraction of redbay ambrosia beetle, Xyleborus glabratus, to leaf volatiles of its host plants in North America
X Martini, MA Hughes, JA Smith, LL Stelinski
Journal of chemical ecology 41 (7), 613-621, 2015
Evolution of cannibalism and female’s response to oviposition‐deterring pheromone in aphidophagous predators
X Martini, P Haccou, I Olivieri, JL Hemptinne
Journal of Animal Ecology 78 (5), 964-972, 2009
Synthetic blends of volatile, phytopathogen-induced odorants can be used to manipulate vector behavior.
A Aksenov, X Martini, W Zhao, LL Stelinski, CE Davis
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 2, 78, 2014
Sampling and interpretation of psyllid nymph counts in potatoes
X Martini, S Seibert, SM Prager, C Nansen
Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, 2012
Evaluation of repellents for the redbay ambrosia beetle, Xyleborus glabratus, vector of the laurel wilt pathogen
MA Hughes, X Martini, E Kuhns, J Colee, A Mafra‐Neto, LL Stelinski, ...
Journal of Applied Entomology 141 (8), 653-664, 2017
Disruption of vector host preference with plant volatiles may reduce spread of insect-transmitted plant pathogens
X Martini, DS Willett, EH Kuhns, LL Stelinski
Journal of chemical ecology 42 (5), 357-367, 2016
Male psyllids differentially learn in the context of copulation
DG Stockton, X Martini, LL Stelinski
Insects 8 (1), 16, 2017
Factors affecting the overwintering abundance of the Asian citrus psyllid (Hemiptera: Liviidae) in Florida citrus (Sapindales: Rutaceae) orchards
X Martini, KS Pelz-Stelinski, LL Stelinski
Florida Entomologist 99 (2), 178-186, 2016
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