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Trevor Lewis Thysanoptera Publications


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


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.


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


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


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.


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


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.


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]


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


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]


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


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.


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