Further Reading

Barlow ND (1999) Models In biological control: Afield guide.

In: Hawkins BAand Cornell HV (eds.) Theoretical Approaches to Biological Control, pp. 43-68. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Berryman AA (1999) The theoretical foundations of biological control. In: Hawkins BA and Cornell HV (eds.) Theoretical Approaches to Biological Control, pp. 3-21. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Briggs CJ, Murdock WW, and Nisbet M (1999) Recent developments in theory for biological control of insects by parasitoids. In: Hawkins BA and Cornell HV (eds.) Theoretical Approaches to Biological Control, pp. 22-42. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

GurrGM, Barlow N, Memmott J, Wratten SD, and Greathead DJ (2000) A history of methodological, theoretical and empirical approaches to biological control. In: Gurr GM and Wratten SD (eds.) Biological Control: Measures of Success, pp. 3-37. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer.

Kean J, Wratten S, Tylianakis J, and Barlow N (2003) The population consequences of natural enemy enhancement, and implications for conservation biological control. Ecology Letters 6: 604-612.

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