Entomology

Aggressive tree killer or natural thinning agent? Assessing the impacts of a globally important forest insect

Papers published in Research Journals included in the JCR or SJR

Krivak-Tetley, F.E., Lantschner, M.V., Lombardero, M.J., Garnas, J.R., Hurley, B.P., Villacide, J.M., Slippers, B., Corley, J.C., Liebhold, A.M., Ayres, M.P. 2021. Aggressive tree killer or natural thinning agent? Assessing the impacts of a globally important forest insect. Forest Ecology and Management 483:118728. DOI: 10.1016/j.foreco.2020.118728

The global diversity of Deladenus siricidicola in native and non-native populations

Papers published in Research Journals included in the JCR or SJR

Fitza, K.N.E., Garnas, J.R., Lombardero, M.J., Ayres, M.P., Krivak-Tetley, F.E., Ahumada, R., Hurley, B.P., Wingfield, M.J., Slippers, B. 2019. The global diversity of Deladenus siricidicola in native and non-native populations. Biological Control 132:57-65. DOI: 10.1016/j.biocontrol.2019.01.014

JCR I.I.: Entomology R 12/101 (Q1); IF 2,754

Pine defenses against the pitch canker disease are modulated by a native insect newly associated with the invasive fungus

Papers published in Research Journals included in the JCR or SJR

Lombardero, M.J., Solla, A., Ayres, M.P. 2019. Pine defenses against the pitch canker disease are modulated by a native insect newly associated with the invasive fungus. Forest Ecology and Management 437:253-262. DOI: 10.1016/j.foreco.2019.01.041

JCR I.I.: Forestry R 5/68 (Q1); IF 3,170

Native parasitoids associated with Dryocosmus kuriphilus in Northwestern Spain: biological communities within galls of an alien and recent introduced cynipid pest

Participation in congresses and scientific meetings

Nieves-Aldrey, J.L., Gil Tapetado, D., Castedo-Dorado, F., Blanco Sobrino, D., Lombardero Díaz, M.J. 2018. Native parasitoids associated with Dryocosmus kuriphilus in Northwestern Spain: biological communities within galls of an alien and recent introduced cynipid pest. (Poster). XI European Congress of Entomology. Nápoles (Italy),  2-6/07/2018

European gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar dispar L.) completes development and defoliates exotic radiata pine plantations in Spain

Papers published in Research Journals included in the JCR or SJR

Castedo-Dorado, F., Lago-Parra, G., Lombardero, M.J., Liebhold, A.M., Álvarez-Taboada, M.J. 2016. European gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar dispar L.) completes development and defoliates exotic radiata pine plantations in Spain. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 46:18, 6 pp. DOI: 10.1186/s40490-016-0074-y

JCR I.I.: Forestry R 37/64 (Q3); IF 0,921

Intercontinental comparisons of ecology and impacts from an invasive forest insects: the case of the European woodwasp, Sirex noctilio

Research projects

Cod., tit.: 16DG1132762359/R936, Intercontinental comparisons of ecology and impacts from an invasive forest insects: the case of the European woodwasp Sirex noctilio

Fin.: USDA International Programs. USA
Part.: Dartmouth College (USA), USDA (USA), USC (Spain), FABI (South Africa), INTA EEA (Argentina)
Dur.: 7/9/2016-31/7/2019
A.: $219,000
A.: $15,000 USC
P.I: Ayres, Matthew P. (Dartmouth College)
P.I. USC: Lombardero Díaz, María J.

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