Paul B Yeoh
Paul B Yeoh
CSIRO Land & Water | CSIRO Health & Biosecurity
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Female phonotaxis and frequency discrimination in the bushcricket Requena verticalis
Physiological entomology 13 (4), 363-372, 1988
Bionomics and the predicted distribution of the aphid Brachycaudus rumexicolens (Hemiptera: Aphididae)
JK Scott, PB Yeoh
Bulletin of Entomological Research 89 (01), 97-106, 1999
Modelling climate change impacts on sleeper and alert weeds: final report
JK Scott, KL Batchelor, N Ota, PB Yeoh
CSIRO, Wembley, Australia, 2008
The singing insects of King's Park and Perth gardens
DT Gwynne, P Yeoh, A Schatral
West. Aust. Nat 17, 25-71, 1988
A conceptual model to describe the decline of European blackberry (Rubus anglocandicans), a weed of national significance in Australia
S Aghighi, L Fontanini, PB Yeoh, GESJ Hardy, TI Burgess, JK Scott
Plant Disease 98 (5), 580-589, 2014
Potential Distribution of the Australian Native Chloris truncata Based on Modelling Both the Successful and Failed Global Introductions
PJ Michael, PB Yeoh, JK Scott
PloS one 7 (7), e42140, 2012
Redberry mite, Acalitus essigi (Hassan)(Acari: Eriophyidae), an additional biological control agent for Rubus species (blackberry)(Rosaceae) in Australia
JK Scott, PB Yeoh, DK Knihinicki
Australian Journal of Entomology 47 (3), 261-264, 2008
Modelling climatic change impacts on sleeper and alert weeds
JK Scott, KL Batchelor, PB Yeoh
Proceedings of the 16th Australian Weeds Conference, Cairns Convention …, 2008
Apion miniatum (Coleoptera: Apionidae) and the control of Emex australis (Polygonaceae): conflicts of interest and non target effects
JK Scott, PB Yeoh, TL Woodburn
Proceedings of the X International Symposium on Biological Control of Weeds …, 2000
Methods to select areas to survey for biological control agents: An example based on growth in relation to temperature and distribution of the weed Conyza bonariensis
JK Scott, PB Yeoh, PJ Michael
Biological Control 97, 21-30, 2016
The rediscovery and distribution of Rumex drummondii (Polygonaceae) in south-western Australia
JK Scott, PB Yeoh
Australian Journal of Botany 43 (4), 397-405, 1995
Spatial distribution, calling and interspecific acoustic interactions in two species of the Australian tettigoniid genus Tympanophora (Orthoptera, Tettigoniidae)
A Schatral, PB Yeoh
Journal of Zoology 221 (3), 375-390, 1990
Blackberry decline: a major disease of Rubus anglocandicans in south-west Australia
S Aghighi, L Fontanini, PB Yeoh, GESJ Hardy, TI Burgess, JK Scott
Weed Society of Victoria, 2012
Host Range ofBrachycaudus rumexicolens (Patch), an Aphid Associated with the Polygonaceae
JK Scott, PB Yeoh
Biological Control 13 (3), 135-142, 1998
The current and future projected distribution of Solanum hoplopetalum (Solanaceae): an indigenous weed of the south-western Australian grain belt
PJ Michael, PB Yeoh, JK Scott
Australian Journal of Botany 60 (2), 128-135, 2012
How bad is blackberry in south west Australia
PB Yeoh, L Fontanini, RJ Cranfield, JK Scott
Proceedings of the 15th Australian Weeds Conference, 293, 2006
Weedy blackberry and raspberry species in Western Australia and strategies for their management (Draft)
PB Yeoh, JK Scott, KL Batchelor, L Morin, L Fontanini, TD McFarlane, ...
Accessed 02/05/12 at http://www. csiro. au/en/Outcomes/Safeguarding …, 2006
Will the red apion (Apion miniatum), a potential biocontrol agent for doublegee (Emex australis), establish in Australia
PB Yeoh, TL Woodburn, JK Scott
Proceedings of the 13th Australian Weeds Conference, 432-435, 2002
Emex australis Steinheil–doublegee; Emex spinosa (L.) Campdera–lesser jack
PB Yeoh, M Julien, JK Scott, R McFadyen, J Cullen
Biological Control of Weeds in Australia. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne, 238-255, 2012
National blackberry biological control program in partnership with the community
L Morin, R Adair, R Aveyard, K Evans, D Gomez, J Lester, P Yeoh
Proceedings of the 16th Australian Weeds Conference, 344-346, 2008
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