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Elia I. Pirtle
Elia I. Pirtle
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The origin and maintenance of metabolic allometry in animals
CR White, DJ Marshall, LA Alton, PA Arnold, JE Beaman, CL Bywater, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 3 (4), 598-603, 2019
922019
Hydroregulation: A neglected behavioral response of lizards to climate change?
EI Pirtle, CR Tracy, MR Kearney
Behavior of lizards, 343-374, 2019
382019
Potential for biological control of the vegetable leafminer, Liriomyza sativae (Diptera: Agromyzidae), in Australia with parasitoid wasps
PM Ridland, PA Umina, EI Pirtle, AA Hoffmann
Austral Entomology 59 (1), 16-36, 2020
302020
Responses of the Russian wheat aphid (Diuraphis noxia) and bird cherry oat aphid (Rhopalosiphum padi) to insecticide seed treatments in wheat
LS Kirkland, EI Pirtle, PA Umina
Crop and Pasture Science 69 (10), 966-973, 2018
232018
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
162017
Biology, ecology and management of Diuraphis noxia (Hemiptera: Aphididae) in Australia
S Ward, M van Helden, T Heddle, PM Ridland, E Pirtle, PA Umina
Austral Entomology 59 (2), 238-252, 2020
132020
High Incidence of Related Wolbachia across Unrelated Leaf-Mining Diptera
X Xu, PM Ridland, PA Umina, A Gill, PA Ross, E Pirtle, AA Hoffmann
Insects 12 (9), 788, 2021
72021
A molecular method for biomonitoring of an exotic plant‐pest: Leafmining for environmental DNA
EI Pirtle, AR van Rooyen, J Maino, AR Weeks, PA Umina
Molecular Ecology 30 (19), 4913-4925, 2021
62021
Using mock surveillance to quantify pest detectability prior to establishment of exotic leafminers
EI Pirtle, PA Umina, CE Hauser, JL Maino
Crop Protection 148, 105713, 2021
22021
Forecasting the potential distribution of the invasive vegetable leafminer using ‘top-down’and ‘bottom-up’models
JL Maino, EI Pirtle, PM Ridland, PA Umina
bioRxiv, 866996, 2019
22019
The temperature and water dynamics of reptiles in changing climates
EI Pirtle
University of Melbourne, School of BioSciences, 2017
22017
Forecasting the potential distribution of invasive leafminer pests, Liriomyza spp. (Diptera: Agromyzidae), and their natural enemies
JL Maino, EI Pirtle, V Baudrot, PM Ridland, PA Umina
Austral Entomology 62 (1), 118-130, 2023
12023
Russian wheat aphid thresholds-Insect density, yield impact and control decision making
M van Helden, T Heddle, E Pirtle, J Lye, J Maino
GRAINS RESEARCH UPDATE, 62, 2021
12021
Current management advice for Russian wheat aphid and Green peach aphid
E Pirtle, J Maino, J Lye, P Umina, L Kirkland, T Heddle, M van Helden
12019
Monitoring to support integrated pest management of Liriomyza spp. pests in Australia
E Pirtle
2022
High Incidence of Related Wolbachia across Unrelated Leaf-Mining Diptera. Insects 2021, 12, 788
X Xu, PM Ridland, PA Umina, A Gill, PA Ross, E Pirtle, AA Hoffmann
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2021
11 ChAPTER hydroregulation
EI Pirtle, CR Tracy, MR Kearney
Behavior of Lizards: Evolutionary and Mechanistic Perspectives, 343, 2019
2019
Can physiological flexibility mitigate the effects of climate change in desert lizards? Part I: Thermal performance
E Pirtle, J Todd, CR Tracy, CR Tracy
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 54, E331-E331, 2014
2014
Can physiological flexibility mitigate the effects of climate change in desert lizards? Part I: thermoregulation
JN Todd, E Pirtle, FC Sandmeier, CR Tracy, CR Tracy
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 54, E210-E210, 2014
2014
Predicting extinction due to global climate change
CT Tracy, J Todd, S Wakeling, E Pirtle, CR Tracy
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 52, E339-E339, 2012
2012
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