Effects of food limitation and density on carabid
populations in forest floor enclosures. E. Esch, J. Jacobs, J. Spence
Ground beetle (Coleoptera: Carabidae) responses to
different weed management practices in corn in southern Albera. S.
Bourassa, J.R. Spence, H.A. Cárcamo, R.E. Blackshaw, K.D. Floate
Canopy oribatid mite communities in ancient Western red
cedar. Z. Lindo, N.N. Winchester
Blood and tissue feeding parasitic mties on Alberta
birds. W. Knee, H. Proctor
Unresolved roaches: phylogenetic analysis of Blattodea
based on 16S and 28S. M. Djernaes
Recent advances in the systematics of the family
Clusiidae (Diptera). O. Lonsdale, S. Marshall
Hybrid interactions between the spruce budworm, Choristoneura
fumiferana, and the two year cycle budworm, C. biennis
(Lepidoptera: Tortricidae). L. Lumley, F. Sperling
What the buzz is all about: a taxonomic revision of the
Genus Piezura Rondani (Diptera: Fanniidae). A. Moores, J. Savage
Long morphological branches in the genus Nicrophorus
(Coleoptera: Silphidae). T. Mousseau, D.S. Sikes
Do molecular data support an ancient rapid radiation in
Nicrophorus (Coleoptera: Silphidae). C. Venables, D.S. Sikes
A taxonomic study of Anopheles (Diptera:
Culicidae) based on cytogenetic and morphological data. A. Thielman,
Effects of seasonality and plant species on boreal
rhizosphere invertebrate assemblages. D. Belter, H. Proctor
Ground-dwelling beetle and forest mosaic. C.
Bergeron, J.R. Spence, W.J.A. Volney
Saproxylic beetles and woody debris decomposition in
burned boreal forests: linking biodiversity to ecosystem function. T.
Cobb, D.W. Langor, J.R. Spence, B. Kishchuk
Sericoda (Carabidae) beetles and Antennoseius
(Ascidae) mites: the mystery continues. A. D. Déchêne, T.P. Cobb, H.C.
Proctor, J.R. Spence
The response of ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) to seral
change in the sub-boreal forests of British Columbia. R. Higgins, B.S.
Lindgren, D.A. McColl
A molecular approach to evaluating the ecological host
range of European Peristenus spp. (Hymenoptera: Braconidae),
parasitoids of Lygus spp. (Hemiptera: Miridae). T. Gariepy, U.
Kuhlmann, C. Gillott, M. Erlandson
Oviposition deterring signal found on housefly eggs. K.
Lam, D. Babor, B. Duthie, E-M Babor, M. Moore, G. Gries
The dynamics of coexistence of three temperate species
of web-building spiders in British Columbia. M. Salomon, S. Vibert, B.D.
Comparison of component communities associated with
cynipid galls near James Bay and central Ontario. M.J.T. Bodnar, J.D.
Characteristic communities, hungry hunters, and unknown
immatures: studying spider assemblages in apple orchards. T. Sackett,
C. Buddle, C. Vincent
Carabid beetle diversity associated with agroforestry
buffers and its potential impact on adjacent field crops. C. Noronha
Phenology of lygus bugs (Miridae: Heteroptera) and
their Peristenus nymphal parasitoids (Braconidae: Hymenoptera) in
southern Alberta. H. Cárcamo, C. Herle, H. Goulet, J. Otani
Mesostigmatic mites in Australian wet forests:
free-living predators can be habitat specific but why? F. Beaulieu, D.E.
Walter, H.C. Proctor, R.L. Kitching
Beyond Matador: diversity of Oribatida in Canadian
grasslands. V. Behan-Pelletier, D. Kanashiro, J.M. Clapperton
Cicurina (Dictynidae): the genus from hell. P.
Behavioural evolution in the jumping spider genus Habronattus.
W. Maddison, M. Hedin
A review of the factors influencing spider diversity:
Why do we have so many eight-legged freaks? C. Buddle, T.E. Sackett
Developing a directed approach for including spiders in
Canada’s endangered species conservation efforts. R. Bennett
Rove beetles as a target group for biodiversity
research on litter inhabiting fauna (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae). J.
Fire severity, salvage logging and mixed-wood forest
ground beetles (Carabidae). M. Koivula
Project IBISCA – Stratification and beta diversity of
arthropods in a Panamanian rainforest. N. Winchester
Oribatid mite fauna of central British Columbia –
Impact of harvesting and soil compaction on abundance and diversity 10
years later. J. Battigelli
Ant biodiversity in disturbed and undisturbed
Guanacasta, Costa Rica lowland forest fragments. D. Larson
Validity of using chronosequence studies to predict
carabid beetle (Coleoptera: Carabidae) assemblage response to forest
succession in managed and natural jack pine (Pinus banksiana)
forests in southeastern Manitoba. K. Ryan, N.J. Holliday, A.R. Westwood
Breaking down the break-down: The rise and fall of
beetle empires. J. Jacobs, J.R. Spence, D.W. Langor
Hyperdiversity in the tropics: the role of spatial and
ecological turnover of species of predatory mesostigmatic mites in
Australia. F. Beaulieu
Brachychthoniidae from western Canadian Grasslands; a
new examination of the genus Liochthonius. D. Kanashiro, M.J.
Clapperton, V. Behan-Pelletier
Do feather mites choose hosts based on host body size? H.
Proctor, S. Kembel
Spider-habitat associations in a disturbed coastal sand
dune ecosystem in southwestern British Columbia. R. Bennett, M. Salomon
Does bad taxonomy serve conservation purposes? The case
of the Cicurina cueva complex (Araneae: Dictynidae) in the vicinity
of Austin (Travis Co.) Texas. P. Paquin, M. Hedin
The spider’s niche. K. Hancock, J. Hancock
Muscles, glands and genitalia – the utilization of
soft-part morphology in butterfly systematics. T. Simonsen
The effects of time and preservation techniques on DNA
quality in insect specimens. A. Roe, F.A.H. Sperling
Response of ground beetle assemblages (Carabidae) to
cultivation of Bt corn during a 4-yr study. K. Floate, H.A. Cárcamo,
R. Blackshaw, B. Postman, S. Bourassa
Colonisation and association of freshwater
invertebrates with three species of wood in a temperate stream. N.
Hofer, J.S. Richardson
Changes in distribution, abundance and phenology of
Orthoptera in grassland, montane and alpine habitats during recent
decades, with reference to influences of weather and vegetation. D.
Went down to the cemetery looking for beetles. D.
Hartley, J.R. Spence
Review of the Harvestmen (Arachnida, Opiliones) of
Canada. R. Holmberg
Biodiversity and ecologically-based pest management in
agroecosystems. M. You
Flower visiting in a little-known Fly family: Are
acrocerids pollinators or opportunists? C. Borkent
Gerrid diets: specialists for a surface smorgasbord. J.
Pitfall trap depth in 3 forest habitats. C.
Bergeron, J.R. Spence
Islands in the sky: oribatid mite communities in
suspended soils of western red cedar as model systems of island
biogeography and metacommunity dynamics. Z. Lindo
The Canadian Arachnologist On-line Spider Database. D.
Beetle diversity in burrowing owl pellets: impacts of
agriculture on prey availability. P. Bouchard, R.G. Poulin, T.
Wellicome, G. Holroyd
Diversity of gall wasps (Hymenoptera: Cynipidae) on bur
oak (Quercus macrocarpa Michx.) in Riding Mountain National Park,
MB. S. Digweed
Recent progress in Linyphiidae taxonomy. N.
Dupérré, P. Paquin, D. Buckle, D. Ubick
Some of Waterton Lakes National Park’s spiders. J.
Habitat utilization of the pyrophilous beetle Sericoda
quadripuctata (Carabidae) in burned white spruce stands. J. Jacobs
Rates of recovery of biodiversity of grasshoppers (Orthoptera:
Acrididae, Tettigoniidae) and leafhoppers (Homoptera, Auchenorrhyncha:
Cercopidae, Cicadellidae, Cicadidae) following intense wildfire in fescue
foothills of Alberta. D. Johnson, K.G.A. Hamilton
Dynamics of a Lepidoptera (moth) community in managed
boreal forests of northwestern Alberta, Canada. E. Kamunya, J.R.
Spence, W.J.A. Volney
A coarse filter approach to conserving arthropod
biodiversity in Canadian forests. D. Langor, J.E.H. Hammond, G.R. Pohl