Effects of cereal headland treatments on the abundance and movements of three species of carabid beetles.
Hawthorne, A.J., Hassall, M., & Sotherton, N.W.
1998. Applied Soil Ecology, 9: 417-422.
The effectiveness of exclusion barriers for polyphagous predatory arthropods in wheat.
1998. Bulletin of Entomological Research, 88: 305-310.
The impact on non-target arthropods of integrated compared to conventional farming: results from the LINK Integrated Farming Systems project.
Holland, J.M., Cook, S.K., Drysdale, A.D., Hewitt, M.V., Spink, J. & Turley, D.B.
1998. In: 1998 Brighton Crop Protection Conference - Pests & Diseases: 625-630. British Crop Protection Council, Brighton.
Comparative impact of insecticide treatments on beneficial invertebrates in conventional and integrated farming systems.
1998. In: Haskell, P.T. & McEwen, P.K. (eds) Ecotoxicology: Pesticides and Beneficial Organisms: 267-276. Chapman and Hall, London.
Breeding biology of the Woodcock Scolopax rusticola in Britain.
Hoodless, A.N. & Coulson, J.C.
1998. Bird Study, 45: 195-204.
The role of pheasants (Phasianus colchicus) as hosts for ticks (Ixodes ricinus) and Lyme disease spirochaetes (Borrelia burgdorferi) in southern England.
Hoodless, A.N., Kurtenbach, K., Peacey, M.F., Nuttall, P.A. & Randolph, S.E.
1998. Gibier Faune Sauvage, 15 Supplement 2: 477-489.
Prevention of population cycles by parasite removal.
Hudson, P.J., Dobson, A.P., & Newborn, D.
1998. Science, 282: 2256-2258.
The Role of Hedgerows in the Ecology of Invertebrates in Arable Landscapes.
1998. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis. University of Southampton, Southampton.
Differential transmission of the genospecies of Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato by game birds and small rodents in England.
Kurtenbach, K., Peacey, M.F., Rijpkema, S.G.T., Hoodless, A.N., Nuttall, P.A., & Randolph, S.E.
1998. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, April: 1169-1174.
Competence of pheasants as reservoirs for Lyme disease spirochetes.
Kurtenbach, K., Carey, D., Hoodless, A.N., Nuttall, P.A., & Randolph, S.E.
1998. Journal of Medical Entomology, 35: 77-81.
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