volume 168, issue 9, P678-687 2020
DOI: 10.1111/eea.12941
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Scott W. Gula, Vanessa M. Lopez, Ann M. Ray, Scott A. Machtley, James R. Hagler, Matthew D. Ginzel

Abstract: Understanding the dispersal ability of invasive insects provides useful insights for developing effective management strategies. Historically, methods for marking insects for dispersal studies have been expensive, time-consuming, labor-intensive, and oftentimes ineffective, especially for woodboring beetles. Also, capturing or rearing insects requires human handling, which can alter behavior. Protein immunomarking is a well-established technique for studying the dispersal of insects; however, it has not been a…

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