• The harlequin ladybird, Harmonia axyridis: global perspectives on invasion history and ecology 

      Roy, Helen; Brown, Peter; Adriaens, Tim; Berkvens, Nick; Borges, Isabel; Clusella Trullas, Susana; Comont, Richard; De Clercq, Patrick; Eschen, Rene; Estoup, Arnaud; Evans, Edward; Facon, Benoit; Gardiner, Mary; Gil, Artur; Grez Villarroel, Audrey; Guillemaud, Thomas; Haelewaters, Danny; Herz, Annette; Honek, Alois; Howe, Andy; Hui, Cang; Hutchison, William; Kenis, Marc; Koch, Robert; Kulfan, Jan; Handley, Lori; Lombaert, Eric; Loomans, Antoon; Losey, John; Lukashuk, Alexander; Maes, Dirk; Magro, Alexandra; Murray, Katie; San Martín, Gilles; Martinkova, Zdenk; Minnaar, Ingrid; Nedved, Oldrich; Orlova Bienkowskaja, Marina; Osawa, Naoya; Rabitsch, Wolfgang; Ravn, Hans; Rondoni, Gabriele; Rorke, Steph; Ryndevich, Sergey; Saethre, May; Sloggett, John; Soares, Antonio; Stals, Riaan; Tinsley, Matthew; Vandereycken, Axel; van Wielink, Paul; Viglasova, Sandra; Zach, Peter; Zakharov, Ilya; Zaviezo, Tania; Zhao, Zihua (Springer, 2016)
      The harlequin ladybird, Harmonia axyridis (Pallas) (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae), is native to Asia but has been intentionally introduced to many countries as a biological control agent of pest insects. In numerous countries, ...