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openAccessA temporal comparison of sex aggregation pheromone gland content and dynamics of release in three members of the Lutzomyia longipalpis.pdf.jpg1-Dec-2017A temporal comparison of sex-aggregation pheromone gland content and dynamics of release in three members of the Lutzomyia longipalpis (Diptera: Psychodidae) species complexGonzález, Mikel A.; Guerrero, Angel; Hamilton, James Gordon C.artículo
openAccessA TETRAENE ALDEHYDE AS THE MAJOR SEX PHEROMONE COMPONENT OF.pdf.jpg4-Jun-2015A Tetraene Aldehyde as the Major Sex Pheromone Component of the Promethea Moth (Callosamia promethea (Drury))Gago, Rafael ; Allison, Jeremy D.; McElfresh, J. Stephen; Haynes, Kenneth F.; McKenney, Jessica; Guerrero, Angel; Millar, Jocelyn G.artículo
openAccessElectrophilic derivatives antagonise pheromone attraction in cydia pomonella.pdf.jpg4-Jun-2015Electrophilic derivatives antagonise pheromone attraction in cydia pomonellaSans, Albert; Gago, Rafael ; Mingot, A. ; García, Wanda; Bosch, Dolors; Coll, Josep C.; Rosell, Glòria; Bosch, María Pilar ; Riba, Magí V.; Guerrero, Angelartículo
openAccessELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL AND BEHAVIORAL RESPONSES OF.pdf.jpg4-Jun-2015Electrophysiological and Behavioral Responses of the Black-Banded Oak Borer, Coroebus florentinus, to Conspecific and Host-Plant Volatiles.Fuerstenau, Benjamín; Rosell, Glòria; Guerrero, Angel; Quero, Carmeartículo
openAccessElectrophysiological and behavioural responses of Pityophthorus pubescens.pdf.jpg4-Jun-2015Electrophysiological and behavioural responses of Pityophthorus pubescens (Coleoptera: Scolytinae) to (E,E)-alpha-farnesene, (R)-(+)-limonene and (S)-(-)-verbenone in Pinus radiata (Pinaceae) stands in northern SpainLopez, Sergio; Quero, Carme; Iturrondobeitia, Juan Carlos; Goldarazena, Arturo; Guerrero, Angelartículo
openAccessSexual communication in castniid moths. Males mark their territories and appear to bear all chemical burden.pdf.jpgFeb-2017Sexual communication in castniid moths: Males mark their territories and appear to bear all chemical burdenQuero, Carmen ; Monteys, Víctor Sarto I.; Rosell, Glòria; Puigmartí, Marc; Guerrero, Angelartículo