Lutte biologique et écologie spatiale                                                  Biological control and Spatial Ecology
Références
février 2010


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van Asch,M. & Visser, M. E. (2007) Phenology of Forest Caterpillars and Their Host Trees: The Importance of Synchrony. Annual Review of Entomology 52: 37-55

Bale,J.S. (1993) Classes of Insect Cold-Hardiness. Functional Ecology 7: 751-753

Battisti,A., Stastny, M., Netherer, S., Robinet, C., Schopf, A., Roques, A., & Larsson, S. (2005) Expansion of geographic range in the pine processionary moth caused by increased winter temperatures. Ecological Applications 15: 2084-2096

Berryman,A. (1996) What causes population cycles of forest Lepidoptera? Trends in Ecology and Evolution 11: 28-32

Département de la Santé des Forêts (2006). La processionnaire du chêne, Thaumetopoea processionea (Lépidoptère Thaumetopoeidae). Pp 1-2. Information Santé des Forêts. Ministère de l’Agriculture, de l’Alimentation, de la Pêche et des Affaires Rurales. Direction Générale de la Forêt et des Affaires Rurales.

Fenk,L., Vogel, B., & Horvath, H. (2007) Dispersion of the bio-aerosol produced by the oak processionary moth. Aerobiologia 23: 79-87

Forest Research 2007. Oak Processionary Moth. Pp 1-2. Tree pest Advisory note. Tree Health Division.

Fransen, J., Groenendijk, D., Spijker, J. H., and Stigter, H. (2008). Leidraad beheersing eikenprocessierups, update 2008. WUR-Alterra and Expertgroep Eikenprocessierups en Plantenziektenkundige Dienst Wageningen. The Netherlands, Ministerie van Landbouw, Natuur en Voedselkwaliteit.

Gottschling,S. & Meyer, S. (2006) An epidemic airborne disease caused by the oak processionary caterpillar. Pediatric Dermatology 23: 64-66

Jans, H. (2004). De brandharen van de eikenprocessierups (Thaumetopoea processionea), een reëel probleem voor de gezondheid. Bureau Medische Milieukunde GGD'en Brabant/Zeeland: 1-11

Lamy,M., Novak, F., Duboscq, M. F., Ducombs, G., & Maleville, J. (1988) The Oak Processionary Caterpillar (Thaumetopoea Processionea L) and Man - Urticating Apparatus and Mechanism of Action. Annales de Dermatologie et de Venereologie 115: 1023-1032

Maier,H., Spiegel, W., Kinaciyan, T., Krehan, H., Cabaj, A., Schopf, A., & Honigsmann, H. (2003) The oak processionary caterpillar as the cause of an epidemic airborne disease: survey and analysis. British Journal of Dermatology 149: 990-997

Maksymov,J.K. (1978) Thaumetopoeidae, Prozessionsspinner. Die Forstschädlinge Europas, Band 3 (eds Schwenke & W.): 391-404. Paul Parey, Hamburg

Martin,J. & Bonneau, X. (2006) Bacillus thuringiensis, 30 years of control of cluster caterpillars. Phytoma : 4-7

Moraal,L., Jagers op Akkerhuis, G., & Werf, D. (2002) Changes in insect pests on trees: monitoring since 1946 makes trends visible. Nederlands Bosbouwtijdschrift 74: 29-32

Offenberg,K. (2000) The calamity of the oak procession moth (Thaumetopoea processionea L.) during the last century in Westfalen. Forst und Holz 55: 424-426

Prudomme, A. and Alsibai, S. (2006). Etude de l'impact sanitaire des chenilles processionnaires du chêne en région Lorraine, en 2005. Direction Régionale des Affaires Sanitaires et Socialesde Lorraine. 1-36.

Robinet,C., Liebhold, A., & Gray, D. (2007) Variation in developmental time affects mating success and Allee effects. Oikos 116: 1227-1237

Roskams,P. (1995) De eikenprocessierups in het Vlaamse gewest. De Boskrant 25: 160-166

Stigter,H., Geraedts, W., & Spijkers, H. (1997) Thaumetopoea processionea in the Netherlands: Present status and management perspectives (Lepidoptera: Notodontidae). Proceedings of the Section Experimental and Applied Entomology of the Netherlands Entomological Society (N.E.V.) : 3-16

Thomas,F.M., Blank,R. & Hartmann,G. 2002. Abiotic and biotic factors and their interactions as causes of oak decline in Central Europe. Forest Pathology, 32: 277-307