Got that through doing grunt, non agricultural web searches and looking for the good stuff..
CABI too would be good for those with budgets more ample than mine.
Anyone else care to share sources for biocontrol research? For instance, I'm looking for interactions between Phytophthora (various pathogens) and other soil organisms and plan on doing a little inoculating. Nematodes inhibit them for instance. Are any nematodes at all beneficial? (As there are beneficial fungi).
I remembered NIFTAL and got 23 fast hits to follow up.
I am reposting the original list just as a reminder. (The scisoc seems to have a better one, but I stick with my locally derived list for now). I expect to be leaving soon and the mailboxes fill up fast, what with the lists. If someone replies and it comes back at you, try this one, which I don't even use: email@example.com (came with my Reynosa ISP). If this fills up it won't lock, I'll just lose he first ones. The one that actually know me personally is ipnet and I could tell them to keep it ALL.. (The acnet people do too but they are too big a company to expect much follow up from).
(Ants) - Solenopsis geminata Fabr and Conomyrma sp (they both bring in the
(Mealybug - Homóptera) - Dysmicoccus brevipes CKL or Pseudococcus brevipes
(which is a vector for a virus)
(Spider mite) - Dolichotetranychus floridanus
(No english common name given - Lepidoptera) - Thecla basilides or Thecla
echion (a tropical fruit worm)
(White termite - Isoptera) Gnathamitermes tubidormans
(White grub - Coleoptera) - Phyllophaga spp. (common boring grub)
(No english common name given - Coleoptera) - Metamasius callizona (these
black larvas attack the whole plant including the fruit, constructing galleries within them)
(No english common name given - Sinphylla) - Hanseniella ivorensis (small
while organisms that attack roots)
(Nematodes of the genus') - Pratylenchus, Helicotylenchus,
Tilenchorhynchus, Meloidogyne, Criconemoides, Aphelenchus, Radopholus,
Tilenchus, Psilenchus y Hoploloimus (above all the first four)
(Fungus' ) - Phytophthora parasítica Dast, P. cinnammomi, P. cithophthora,
P. parasítica var. nicotianae y Pythium polimorphun
(Bacteria) - Erwinia ananas
Douglas M. Hinds
Centro para el Desarrollo Comunitario y Rural, A.C. (CeDeCoR)
(Center for Community and Rural Development)
Petronilo Lopez No. 73
Cd. Guzman, Jalisco 49000 MEXICO
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