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Trevor Lewis Thysanoptera Publications

1955

1. Two interesting British records of Thysanoptera. Journal of Society of British Entomology 5: 110-115.

1959

2. The annual cycle of Limothrips cerealium Haliday (Thysanoptera) and its distribution in a wheat field. Entomologia experimentalis & applicata 2: 187-203.

3. A comparison of water traps, cylindrical sticky traps and suction traps for sampling thysanopteran populations at different levels. Entomologia experimentalis & applicata 2: 204-215.

1960

4. A method for collecting Thysanoptera from Gramineae. Entomologist 93: 27-28.

1961

5. Records of Thysanoptera at Silwood Park, with notes on their biology. Proceedings of the Royal entomological Society of London (A) 36:89-95.

1962

6. Thysanopteran populations overwintering in hedge bottoms, grass litter and bark. Annals of applied Biology 50: 299-311. [Lewis T & Navas DE]

7. The effects of temperature and relative humidity on mortality in Limothrips cerealium Haliday (Thysanoptera) overwintering in bark. Annals of applied Biology 50: 314-326.

1963

8. The effect of weather on emergence and take-off of overwintering Limothrips cerealium Haliday (Thysanoptera). Annals of applied Biology 51: 489-502.

1964

9. The weather and mass flights of Thysanoptera. Annals of applied Biology 53: 165-170.

10. The species, aerial density and sexual maturity of Thysanoptera caught in mass flights. Annals of applied Biology. 55: 219-225.

1967

11. Take-off thresholds in Thysanoptera and the forecasting of migratory flight. Proceedings of the 3rd international Congress of Biometerology Pau. Biometerology 2: 573-575. [Lewis T & Hurst GW]

1973

12. Thrips, their biology, ecology and economic importance. 349pp. Academic Press

1984

13. A new look at thrips (Thysanoptera) mouthparts, their action and effects of feeding on plant tissue. Bulletin of entomological Research 74: 663-675 [Chisholm IF & Lewis T]

1987

14. Thrips- A microcosm of the Insecta ,or beyond the fringe(s) Antenna 11: 92-99.

1991

15. Prospects for studying persistence and dispersal of pear thrips populations using genetic markers (allozymes). Proceedings of the Conference on Thysanoptera, Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Vermont, Bulletin 698 pp 1-7.[Lewis T, Loxdale HD & Brookes CP]

16. Feeding, flight and dispersal in thrips, pp 63-70 in Parker BL, Skinner M, & Lewis T [eds] Towards understanding Thysanoptera: Proceedings of the International Conference on Thrips, Burlington, Vermont, 21-23 February 1989.

1997

17. Pest thrips in perspective, pp. 1-14 in Lewis T [ed] Thrips as Crop Pests. CAB International

18. Flight and dispersal, pp. 175-196 in Lewis T [ed] Thrips as Crop Pests. CAB International

19. Field and laboratory techniques, pp. 435-476 in Lewis T [ed] Thrips as Crop Pests. CAB International

20. Chemical control, pp.567-594 in Lewis T [ed] Thrips as Crop Pests. CAB International

21. Integrated pest management (IPM) in field crops, pp. 595-614 [Parella MP & Lewis T] in Lewis T [ed] Thrips as Crop Pests. CAB International

22. Major crops infested by thrips with main symptoms and predominant injurious species pp. 675-709 [Lewis T, Mound LA, Nakahara S & Childers CC] in Lewis T [ed] Thrips as Crop Pests. CAB International