Publications

Naming of new spider species
Barrion, A.T. et al. 2012. .New species of spiders from Hainan Island, China
Barrion, A.T. et al. 2012.   The spider fauna in the rice agricultural landscape of Hainan Island, China
Barrion, A.T. et al. 2011. Tetragnatha heongi, a new species of long-jawed orb spider (Araneae: Tetragnathidae:Tetragnathinae) from Hainan Island, China
SP-IPM white paper
FAO. 2007. State of  Food and Agriculture
Biodiversity ecosystem services in agricultural landscapes
Gurr, G.M. 2009. Prospects for ecological engineering for planthoppers and other arthropod pests in rice.
Biesmeijer, et al. 2006. Parallel declines in pollinators and insect-pollinated plants in Britain and the Netherlands
Heong, K.L. 2009. Are planthopper problems caused by a breakdown in ecosystem services?
Heong et al. 2009. Ecosystem service in tropical rice.
Heong et al. 2007. Changes in pesticide use and arthropod biodiversity in the IRRI research farm
Huan et al. 2005.  Farmers’ participatory evaluation of reducing pesticides, fertilizers and seed rates in rice farming in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam
Key to genera of Mymaridae (Hym. : Chalcidoidea) known from China
Kraft, Steven E.  2008.  Ecosystem services: A 21st century policy challenge
Market 4 Ecosystem services
MA 26 Cultivated systems 2005
MA Ecosystems and human well-being
Multiple ecosystem services
Roster of alien invasive perilous species of animals and plants in Hainan Island (II)
Report of Rapid Biodiversity Assessments at Bawangling National Nature Reserve and Wangxia Limestone Forest, Western Hainan
Scenarios for ecosystem services
Settle, W. et al. 1996. Managing tropical rice pests through conservation of generalist natural enemies and alternative prey
Sigsgaard. 2000. Early season natural biological control of insect pests in rice by spiders…
Species diversity and distribution characters of insects in Hanwan Nature Reserve of Hainan Province

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