Paul B Yeoh
Paul B Yeoh
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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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Biology and host specificity of Apion miniatum (Coleoptera: Apionidae) from Israel, a potential biological control agent for Emex australis and Emex spinosa (Polygonaceae) in …
JK Scott, PB Yeoh
Biological Control 33 (1), 20-31, 2005
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
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