Eric M. Coombs
Eric M. Coombs
Entomologist, Oregon Department of Agriculture
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Biological control of plant invaders: regional patterns, field experiments, and structured population models
PB McEvoy, EM Coombs
Ecological Applications 9 (2), 387-401, 1999
Successful biological control of ragwort, Senecio jacobaea, by introduced insects in Oregon
P McEvoy, C Cox, E Coombs
Ecological Applications 1 (4), 430-442, 1991
Biological control of invasive plants in the United States
EM Coombs
Why things bite back: unintended consequences of biological weed control
PB McEvoy, EM Coombs
Nontarget effects of biological control, 167-194, 2000
Biological control of weeds in the west
NE Rees
Negative per capita effects of purple loosestrife and reed canary grass on plant diversity of wetland communities
SS Schooler, PB McEvoy, EM Coombs
Diversity and Distributions 12 (4), 351-363, 2006
The potential for biological control of Scotch broom (Cytisus scoparius)(Fabaceae) and related weedy species
P Syrett, SV Fowler, EM Coombs, JR Hosking, GP Markin, QE Paynter, ...
Biocontrol News and Information 20, 17N-34N, 1999
Economic and regional benefits from the biological control of tansy ragwort, Senecio jacobaea, in Oregon
EM Coombs, H Radtke, DL Isaacson, SP Snyder
Proceedings of the IX International Symposium on Biological Control of Weeds …, 1996
Predation by phytoseiid mites on Tetranychus lintearius (Acari: Tetranychidae), an established weed biological control agent of gorse (Ulex europaeus)
PD Pratt, EM Coombs, BA Croft
Biological control 26 (1), 40-47, 2003
A global view of the future for biological control of gorse, Ulex europaeus L.
RL Hill, J Ireson, AW Sheppard, AH Gourlay, H Norambuena, GP Markin, ...
Evolving while invading: rapid adaptive evolution in juvenile development time for a biological control organism colonizing a high‐elevation environment
PB McEvoy, KM Higgs, EM Coombs, E Karaçetin, L Ann Starcevich
Evolutionary Applications 5 (5), 524-536, 2012
International code of best practices for classical biological control of weeds
JK Balciunas, EM Coombs
Biological control of invasive plants in the United States, 130-136, 2004
Nontarget effects on crepe myrtle by Galerucella pusilla and G. calmariensis (Chrysomelidae), used for biological control of purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria)
SS Schooler, EM Coombs, PB McEvoy
Weed Science 51 (3), 449-455, 2003
Negative per capita effects of two invasive plants, Lythrum salicaria and Phalaris arundinacea, on the moth diversity of wetland communities
SS Schooler, PB McEvoy, P Hammond, EM Coombs
Bulletin of Entomological Research 99 (3), 229-243, 2009
Tansy ragwort (Senecio jacobaea): importance, distribution, and control in Oregon
EM Coombs, TE Bedell, PB McEvoy
Noxious range weeds, 419-428, 2021
Chaetorellia australis (Diptera: Tephritidae) for biological control of yellow starthistle, Centaurea solstitialis (Compositae), in the western USA: establishment and seed …
CE Turner, GL Piper, EM Coombs
Bulletin of Entomological Research 86 (2), 177-182, 1996
Yellow starthistle
MJ Pitcairn, GL Piper, EM Coombs, JK Clark
Biological control of invasive plants in the United States, 421-435, 2004
Revisiting release strategies in biological control of weeds: are we using enough releases?
FS Grevstad, EM Coombs, PB McEvoy
Tansy ragwort
EM Coombs, PB McEvoy, CE Turner
Biology and management of noxious rangeland weeds. Oregon State University …, 1999
Status of the desert tortoise, Gopherus agassizii, in the state of Utah
EM Coombs
Desert Tortoise Council Symp. Proc. 1977, San Diego, California, 95-101, 1977
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