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James Maino
James Maino
Cesar Australia and University of Melbourne
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Global crop impacts, yield losses and action thresholds for fall armyworm (Spodoptera frugiperda): A review
K Overton, JL Maino, R Day, PA Umina, B Bett, D Carnovale, S Ekesi, ...
Crop Protection 145, 105641, 2021
1162021
Reconciling theories for metabolic scaling
JL Maino, MR Kearney, RM Nisbet, SALM Kooijman
Journal of Animal Ecology 83 (1), 20-29, 2014
972014
A dynamic energy budget for the whole life‐cycle of holometabolous insects
AL Llandres, GM Marques, JL Maino, S Kooijman, MR Kearney, J Casas
Ecological Monographs 85 (3), 353-371, 2015
622015
Mechanistic models for predicting insect responses to climate change
JL Maino, JD Kong, AA Hoffmann, MG Barton, MR Kearney
Current opinion in insect science 17, 81-86, 2016
582016
Escalating insecticide resistance in Australian grain pests: contributing factors, industry trends and management opportunities
PA Umina, G McDonald, J Maino, O Edwards, AA Hoffmann
Pest Management Science 75 (6), 1494-1506, 2019
572019
Regional and seasonal activity predictions for fall armyworm in Australia
JL Maino, R Schouten, K Overton, R Day, S Ekesi, B Bett, M Barton, ...
Current Research in Insect Science 1, 100010, 2021
432021
Climate contributes to the evolution of pesticide resistance
JL Maino, PA Umina, AA Hoffmann
Global Ecology and Biogeography 27 (2), 223-232, 2018
402018
Ontogenetic and interspecific metabolic scaling in insects
JL Maino, MR Kearney
The American Naturalist 184 (6), 695-701, 2014
362014
Can next-generation soil data products improve soil moisture modelling at the continental scale? An assessment using a new microclimate package for the R programming environment
MR Kearney, JL Maino
Journal of Hydrology 561, 662-673, 2018
322018
Testing mechanistic models of growth in insects
JL Maino, MR Kearney
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1819), 20151973, 2015
322015
No longer a west-side story–pesticide resistance discovered in the eastern range of a major Australian crop pest, Halotydeus destructor (Acari: Penthaleidae)
JL Maino, M Binns, P Umina
Crop and Pasture Science 69 (2), 216-221, 2018
272018
Ontogenetic and interspecific scaling of consumption in insects
JL Maino, MR Kearney
Oikos 124 (12), 1564-1570, 2015
262015
Predicting the global invasion of Drosophila suzukii to improve Australian biosecurity preparedness
JL Maino, R Schouten, P Umina
Journal of Applied Ecology 58 (4), 789-800, 2021
152021
Field margins provide a refuge for pest genes beneficial to resistance management
JL Maino, M Renton, AA Hoffmann, PA Umina
Journal of Pest Science 92, 1017-1026, 2019
152019
The effect of egg size on hatch time and metabolic rate: theoretical and empirical insights on developing insect embryos
JL Maino, EI Pirtle, MR Kearney
Functional Ecology 31 (1), 227-234, 2017
152017
Learnings from over a decade of increasing pesticide resistance in the redlegged earth mite, Halotydeus destructor (Tucker)
AL Arthur, J Maino, AA Hoffmann, M Jasper, A Lord, S Micic, O Edwards, ...
Pest Management Science 77 (6), 3013-3024, 2021
122021
Global analysis of the seasonal abundance of the invasive pest Drosophila suzukii reveal temperature extremes determine population activity potential
M ěrsted, J Lye, PA Umina, JL Maino
Pest management science 77 (10), 4555-4563, 2021
112021
A cryptic diapause strategy in Halotydeus destructor (Tucker) (Trombidiformes: Penthaleidae) induced by multiple cues
X Cheng, AA Hoffmann, JL Maino, PA Umina
Pest management science 74 (11), 2618-2625, 2018
112018
Susceptibility of the bird cherry‐oat aphid, Rhopalosiphum padi (Hemiptera: Aphididae), to four insecticides
PA Umina, J Reidy‐Crofts, M Babineau, JL Maino, OR Edwards
Austral Entomology 59 (4), 838-844, 2020
82020
Mapping the life-history, development, and survival of spotted lantern fly in occupied and uninvaded ranges
JL Maino, R Schouten, JC Lye, PA Umina, OL Reynolds
Biological Invasions 24 (7), 2155-2167, 2022
62022
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