Publications of Gerhard Gries

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247. Blake, AJ; Couture, S; Go, MC; Gries, G.  (2021)   Approach trajectory and solar position affect host plant attractiveness to the small white butterfly.  Vision Res. 186: 140-149 DOI  PubMed
246. Chalissery, JM; Gries, R; Alamsetti, SK; Ardiel, MJ; Gries, G.  (2021)   Identification of the Trail Pheromone of the Pavement Ant Tetramorium immigrans (Hymenoptera: Formicidae).  J. Chem. Ecol. DOI  PubMed
245. Fischer, A; Lee, Y; Don, T; Gries, G.  (2021)   Know your foe: synanthropic spiders are deterred by semiochemicals of European fire ants.  R. Soc. Open Sci. 8 DOI  PubMed
244. Fischer, A; MacLennan, S; Gries, R; Gries, G.  (2021)   Herbivore-induced plant volatiles do not affect settling decisions by synanthropic spiders.  Chemoecology 31: 201-208 DOI
243. Gries, R; Alamsetti, SK; van Herk, WG; Catton, HA; Meers, S; Lemke, E; Gries, G.  (2021)   Limoniic Acid-Major Component of the Sex Pheromones of the Click Beetles Limonius canus and L. californicus.  J. Chem. Ecol. 47: 123-133 DOI  PubMed
242. Hoefele, D; Chalissery, JM; Renyard, A; Gries, G.  (2021)   Experimentally guided development of a food bait for European fire ants.  Entomol. Exp. Appl. 169: 780-791 DOI
241. Meraj, S; Mohr, E; Ketabchi, N; Bogdanovic, A; Lowenberger, C; Gries, G.  (2021)   Time- and tissue-specific antimicrobial activity of the common bed bug in response to blood feeding and immune activation by bacterial injection.  J. Insect Physiol. 135 DOI  PubMed
240. Peach, D. A. H., C. Carroll, S. Meraj, S. Gomes, E. Galloway, A. Balcita, H. Coatsworth, N. Young, Y. Uriel, R. Gries, M. Moore, C. Lowenberger, and G. Gries.  (2021)   Nectar-dwelling microbes of common tansy are attractive to its mosquito pollinator, Culex pipiens L.  BMC Ecology and Evolution 21: 37. DOI
239. Peach, DAH; Almond, M; Ko, E; Meraj, S; Gries, R; Gries, G.  (2021)   Cheese and cheese infusions: ecological traps for mosquitoes and spotted wing Drosophila.  Pest Manag. Sci. 77: 5599-5607 DOI  PubMed
238. Renyard, A; Gries, R; Lee, J; Chalissery, JM; Damin, S; Britton, R; Gries, G.  (2021)   All sugars ain't sweet: selection of particular mono-, di- and trisaccharides by western carpenter ants and European fire ants.  R. Soc. Open Sci. 8 DOI  PubMed
237. Takacs, S; Gries, G.  (2021)   Phonotactic responses of Brown Rats (Rattus norvegicus) to begging calls of Starling nestlings (Sturnus vulgaris).  J. Ornithol. 162: 1173-1181 DOI
236. Takacs, S; Kowalski, P; Gries, G.  (2021)   Vocalizations of infant brown rats, but not infant house mice, enhance rodent captures in sex pheromone-baited traps.  Appl. Anim. Behav. Sci. 236 DOI
235. Uriel, Y; Abram, PK; Gries, G.  (2021)   Parasitoid pressure does not elicit defensive polyphenism in the green peach aphid.  Ecol. Entomol. 46: 668-676 DOI
234. Wong, WHL; Gries, RM; Abram, PK; Alamsetti, SK; Gries, G.  (2021)   Attraction of Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs, Halyomorpha halys, to Blooming Sunflower Semiochemicals.  J. Chem. Ecol. 47: 614-627 DOI  PubMed
233. Blake A.J., Hahn G.S., Grey H., Kwok S.A., McIntosh D., Gries G.  (2020)   Polarized light sensitivity in Pieris rapae is dependent on both color and intensity.  J. Exp. Biol. 223  Scopus Website DOI  PubMed
232. Fischer, A; Goh, XH; Varney, JLS; Blake, AJ; Takacs, S; Gries, G.  (2020)   Multimodal and multifunctional signaling? - Web reduction courtship behavior in a North American population of the false black widow spider.  PLoS One 15 DOI  PubMed
231. Fischer, A; Hung, E; Amiri, N; Gries, G.  (2020)   'Mine or thine': indiscriminate responses to own and conspecific webs and egg sacs by the false black widow spider, Steatoda grossa (Araneae: Theridiidae).  J. Ethol. DOI
230. Renyard, A; Alamsetti, SK; Gries, R; Munoz, A; Gries, G.  (2020)   Identification of the Trail Pheromone of the Carpenter Ant Camponotus modoc (vol 45, pg 901, 2019).  J. Chem. Ecol. 46: 361-361 DOI  PubMed
229. Renyard, A; Gries, R; Gries, G.  (2020)   A blend of formic acid, benzoic acid, and aliphatic alkanes mediates alarm recruitment responses in western carpenter ants, Camponotus modoc.  Entomol. Exp. Appl. 168: 311-321 DOI
228. Uriel, Y; Gries, R; Tu, L; Carroll, C; Zhai, HM; Moore, M; Gries, G.  (2020)   The fly factor phenomenon is mediated by interkingdom signaling between bacterial symbionts and their blow fly hosts.  Insect Sci. 27: 256-265 DOI  PubMed
227. Varner, E; Jackson, H; Mahal, M; Takacs, S; Gries, R; Gries, G.  (2020)   Brown rats and house mice eavesdrop on each other's volatile sex pheromone components.  Sci Rep 10 DOI  PubMed
226. Babcock, T; Borden, JH; Gries, R; Carroll, C; Lafontaine, JP; Moore, M; Gries, G.  (2019)   Inter-kingdom signaling - symbiotic yeasts produce semiochemicals that attract their yellowjacket hosts.  Entomol. Exp. Appl. 167 DOI
225. Blake, AJ; Go, MC; Hahn, GS; Grey, H; Couture, S; Gries, G.  (2019)   Polarization of foliar reflectance: novel host plant cue for insect herbivores.  Proc. R. Soc. B-Biol. Sci. 286 DOI  PubMed
224. Blake, AJ; Pirih, P; Qiu, XD; Arikawa, K; Gries, G.  (2019)   Compound eyes of the small white butterfly Pieris rapae have three distinct classes of red photoreceptors.  J. Comp. Physiol. A -Neuroethol. Sens. Neural Behav. Physiol. 205: 553-565 DOI  PubMed
223. Chalissery, JM; Renyard, A; Gries, R; Hoefele, D; Alamsetti, SK; Gries, G.  (2019)   Ants Sense, and Follow, Trail Pheromones of Ant Community Members.  Insects 10 DOI  PubMed
222. Fischer, A; Hung, E; Gries, G.  (2019)   Female false black widow spiders, Steatoda grossa, recognize webs based on physical and chemical cues.  Entomol. Exp. Appl. 167: 803-810 DOI
221. Peach, DAH; Almond, M; Gries, R; Gries, G.  (2019)   Lemongrass and Cinnamon Bark: Plant Essential Oil Blend as a Spatial Repellent for Mosquitoes in a Field Setting.  J. Med. Entomol. 56: 1346-1352 DOI  PubMed
220. Peach, DAH; Gries, G.  (2019)   Mosquito phytophagy - sources exploited, ecological function, and evolutionary transition to haematophagy.  Entomol. Exp. Appl. DOI
219. Peach, DAH; Gries, R; Young, N; Lakes, R; Galloway, E; Alamsetti, SK; Ko, E; Ly, A; Gries, G.  (2019)   Attraction of Female Aedes aegypti (L.) to Aphid Honeydew.  Insects 10 DOI  PubMed
218. Peach, DAH; Gries, R; Zhai, HM; Young, N; Gries, G.  (2019)   Multimodal floral cues guide mosquitoes to tansy inflorescences.  Sci Rep 9 DOI  PubMed
217. Peach, DAH; Gries, R; Zhai, HM; Young, N; Gries, G.  (2019)   Multimodal floral cues guide mosquitoes to tansy inflorescences (vol 9, 3908, 2019).  Sci Rep 9 DOI  PubMed
216. Peach, DAH; Ko, E; Blake, AJ; Gries, G.  (2019)   Ultraviolet inflorescence cues enhance attractiveness of inflorescence odour to Culex pipiens mosquitoes.  PLoS One 14 DOI  PubMed
215. Ren, WW; Gries, R; Kurita, KL; McCaughey, CS; Alamsetti, SK; Linington, RG; Gries, G; Britton, R.  (2019)   Isolation, Structure Elucidation, and Total Synthesis of Dolichovespulide, a Sesquiterpene from Dolichovespula Yellowjackets.  J. Nat. Prod. 82: 2009-2012 DOI  PubMed
214. Renyard, A; Alamsetti, SK; Gries, R; Munoz, A; Gries, G.  (2019)   Identification of the Trail Pheromone of the Carpenter Ant Camponotus modoc.  J. Chem. Ecol. 45: 901-913 DOI  PubMed
213. Varner, E; Gries, R; Takacs, S; Fan, S; Gries, G.  (2019)   Identification and Field Testing of Volatile Components in the Sex Attractant Pheromone Blend of Female House Mice.  J. Chem. Ecol. 45 DOI  PubMed
212. Babcock, T; Borden, J; Gries, R; Carroll, C; Moore, M; Gries, G.  (2018)   Lachancea thermotolerans, a Yeast Symbiont of Yellowjackets, Enhances Attraction of Three Yellowjacket Species (Hymenoptera: Vespidae) to Fruit Powder.  Environ. Entomol. 47 DOI  PubMed
211. Brodie, BS; Renyard, A; Gries, R; Zhai, HM; Ogilvie, S; Avery, J; Gries, G.  (2018)   Identification and field testing of floral odorants that attract the rove beetle Pelecomalium testaceum (Mannerheim) to skunk cabbage, Lysichiton americanus (L.).  Arthropod-Plant Interact. 12 DOI
210. Derstine, NT; Gries, R; Zhai, H; Jimenez, SI; Gries, G.  (2018)   Cuticular hydrocarbons determine sex, caste, and nest membership in each of four species of yellowjackets (Hymenoptera: Vespidae).  Insect. Soc. 65 DOI
209. Fischer, A; Lee, Y; Stewart, J; Gries, G.  (2018)   Dodging sexual conflict?-Sub-adult females of a web-building spider stay cryptic to mate-seeking adult males.  Ethology 124 DOI
208. Gries, R; Zhai, HM; Lewis, AR; Britton, R; Gries, G.  (2018)   Common bed bugs can biosynthesize pheromone components from amino acid precursors in human blood.  Can. J. Chem. 96: 212-216 DOI
207. Holl, MV; Gries, G.  (2018)   Studying the "fly factor" phenomenon and its underlying mechanisms in house flies Musca domestica.  Insect Sci. 25: 137-147 DOI
206. Pol, J; Gries, R; Gries, G.  (2018)   Rye bread and synthetic bread odorants - effective trap bait and lure for German cockroaches.  Entomol. Exp. Appl. 166 DOI
205. Ren, WW; Gries, R; McCaughey, C; Derstine, N; Alamsetti, SK; Kurita, KL; Tu, L; Linington, RG; Britton, R; Gries, G.  (2018)   Maculatic Acids-Sex Attractant Pheromone Components of Bald-Faced Hornets.  Angew. Chem.-Int. Edit. 57 DOI  PubMed
204. Scott, C; Gerak, C; McCann, S; Gries, G.  (2018)   The role of silk in courtship and chemical communication of the false widow spider, Steatoda grossa (Araneae: Theridiidae).  J. Ethol. 36 DOI
203. Takacs, S; Musso, AE; Gries, R; Rozenberg, E; Borden, JH; Brodie, B; Gries, G.  (2018)   New food baits for trapping house mice, black rats and brown rats.  Appl. Anim. Behav. Sci. 200 DOI
202. Babcock, T; Gries, R; Borden, J; Palmero, L; Mattiacci, A; Masciocchi, M; Corley, J; Gries, G.  (2017)   Brewer's Yeast, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Enhances Attraction of Two Invasive Yellowjackets (Hymenoptera: Vespidae) to Dried Fruit and Fruit Powder.  J Insect Sci. 17 DOI
201. Derstine, NT; Ohler, B; Jimenez, SI; Landolt, P; Gries, G.  (2017)   Evidence for sex pheromones and inbreeding avoidance in select North American yellowjacket species.  Entomol. Exp. Appl. 164: 35-44 DOI
200. Eichorn, C; Hrabar, M; Van Ryn, EC; Brodie, BS; Blake, AJ; Gries, G.  (2017)   How flies are flirting on the fly.  BMC Biology 15 DOI
199. Hayden, ME; Lambinet, V; Gomis, S; Gries, G.  (2017)   Evaluation of magnetometry data acquired from elongated samples.  Rev. Sci. Instrum. 88 DOI
198. Jimenez, SI; Carroll, C; Babcock, T; Derstine, N; Hadwin, A; Moore, M; Gries, G.  (2017)   Yeasts Harbored by Vespine Wasps in the Pacific Northwest.  Environmental Entomology 46: 217-225 DOI
197. Lambinet, V; Hayden, ME; Reid, C; Gries, G.  (2017)   Honey bees possess a polarity-sensitive magnetoreceptor.  J. Comp. Physiol. A -Neuroethol. Sens. Neural Behav. Physiol. 203: 1029-1036 DOI
196. Lambinet, V; Hayden, ME; Reigl, K; Gomis, S; Gries, G.  (2017)   Linking magnetite in the abdomen of honey bees to a magnetoreceptive function.  Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 284 DOI
195. Musso, AE; Gries, R; Zhai, HM; Takacs, S; Gries, G.  (2017)   Effect of Male House Mouse Pheromone Components on Behavioral Responses of Mice in Laboratory and Field Experiments.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 43: 215-224 DOI
194. Pol, JC; Jimenez, SI; Gries, G.  (2017)   New Food Baits for Trapping German Cockroaches, Blattella germanica (L.) (Dictyoptera: Blattellidae).  J. Econ. Entomol. 110: 2518-2526 DOI
193. Riesch, R; Muschick, M; Lindtke, D; Villoutreix, R; Comeault, AA; Farkas, TE; Lucek, K; Hellen, E; Soria-Carrasco, V; Dennis, SR; de Carvalho, CF; Safran, RJ; Sandoval, CP; Feder, J; Gries, R; Crespi, BJ; Gries, G; Gompert, Z; Nosil, P.  (2017)   Transitions between phases of genomic differentiation during stick-insect speciation.  Nature Ecology & Evolution 1 DOI
192. Takacs, S; Gries, R; Gries, G.  (2017)   Sex Hormones Function as Sex Attractant Pheromones in House Mice and Brown Rats.  ChemBioChem 18: 1391-1395 DOI
191. Vibert, S; Salomon, M; Scott, C; Blackburn, GS; Gries, G.  (2017)   Life-history data for the funnel weavers Eratigena agrestis and Eratigena atrica (Araneae: Agelenidae) in the Pacific Northwest of North America.  Canadian Entomologist 149: 345-356 DOI
190. Foster, AJ; Aloni, R; Fidanza, M; Gries, R; Gries, G; Mattsson, J.  (2016)   Foliar phase changes are coupled with changes in storage and biochemistry of monoterpenoids in western redcedar (Thuja plicata).  Trees-Structure and Function 30: 1361-1375 DOI
189. Jimenez, SI; Gries, R; Zhai, HM; Derstine, N; McCann, S; Gries, G.  (2016)   Evidence for a Nest Defense Pheromone in Bald-Faced Hornets, Dolichovespula Maculata, and Identification of Components.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 42: 414-424 DOI
188. Peach, DAH; Gries, G.  (2016)   Nectar thieves or invited pollinators? A case study of tansy flowers and common house mosquitoes.  Arthropod-Plant Interactions 10: 497-506 DOI
187. Takacs, S; Gries, R; Zhai, HM; Gries, G.  (2016)   The Sex Attractant Pheromone of Male Brown Rats: Identification and Field Experiment.  Angewandte Chemie-International Edition 55: 6062-6066 DOI
186. Takacs, S; Kowalski, P; Gries, G.  (2016)   Natural and synthetic vocalizations of brown rat pups, Rattus norvegicus, enhance attractiveness of bait boxes in laboratory and field experiments.  Pest Management Science 72: 1873-1882 DOI
185. Vibert, S; Scott, C; Gries, G.  (2016)   Vibration transmission through sheet webs of hobo spiders (Eratigena agrestis) and tangle webs of western black widow spiders (Latrodectus hesperus).  Journal of Comparative Physiology A-Neuroethology Sensory Neural and Behavioral Physiology 202: 749-758 DOI
184. Zhai, HM; Hrabar, M; Gries, R; Gries, G; Britton, R.  (2016)   Total Synthesis, Stereochemical Assignment, and Field-Testing of the Sex Pheromone of the Strepsipteran Xenos peckii.  Chem.-Eur. J. 22: 6190-6193 DOI  PubMed
183. Brodie, BS; Smith, MA; Lawrence, J; Gries, G.  (2015)   Effects of Floral Scent, Color and Pollen on Foraging Decisions and Oocyte Development of Common Green Bottle Flies.  PLoS One 10 DOI
182. Brodie, BS; Wong, WHL; VanLaerhoven, S; Gries, G.  (2015)   Is aggregated oviposition by the blow flies Lucilia sericata and Phormia regina (Diptera: Calliphoridae) really pheromone-mediated?  Insect Science 22: 651-660 DOI
181. Gries, R; Britton, R; Holmes, M; Zhai, HM; Draper, J; Gries, G.  (2015)   Bed Bug Aggregation Pheromone Finally Identified.  Angewandte Chemie-International Edition 54: 1135-1138 DOI  PubMed
180. Hrabar, M; Zhai, HM; Gries, R; Schaefer, PW; Draper, J; Britton, R; Gries, G.  (2015)   (7E,11E)-3,5,9,11-Tetramethyltridecadienal: Sex Pheromone of the Strepsipteran Xenos peckii.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 41: 732-739 DOI
179. Kathirithamby, J; Hrabar, M; Delgado, JA; Collantes, F; Dotterl, S; Windsor, D; Gries, G.  (2015)   We do not select, nor are we choosy: reproductive biology of Strepsiptera (Insecta).  Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 116: 221-238 DOI
178. McCann, S; Moeri, O; Jimenez, SI; Scott, C; Gries, G.  (2015)   Developing a paired-target apparatus for quantitative testing of nest defense behavior by vespine wasps in response to con- or heterospecific nest defense pheromones.  Journal of Hymenoptera Research 46: 151-163 DOI
177. McCann, S; Scott, C; Jones, T; Moeri, O; O'Donnell, S; Gries, G.  (2015)   Red-throated Caracara, a falconid raptor, rivals predatory impact of army ants on social wasps.  Insectes Sociaux 62: 101-108 DOI
176. Scott, C; Kirk, D; McCann, S; Gries, G.  (2015)   Web reduction by courting male black widows renders pheromone-emitting females' webs less attractive to rival males.  Animal Behaviour 107: 71-78 DOI
175. Scott, C; McCann, S; Gries, R; Khaskin, G; Gries, G.  (2015)   N-3-Methylbutanoyl-O-methylpropanoyl-L-serine Methyl Ester - Pheromone Component of Western Black Widow Females.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 41: 465-472 DOI
174. Ablard, KM; Simonetto, K; Weir, LK; Crespi, BJ; Schaefer, PW; Gries, G.  (2014)   First-male sperm precedence and precopulatory and postcopulatory rituals in the parasitoid wasp Ooencyrtus kuvanae (Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae).  Canadian Entomologist 146: 548-559 DOI
173. Brodie, B; Gries, R; Martins, A; VanLaerhoven, S; Gries, G.  (2014)   Bimodal cue complex signifies suitable oviposition sites to gravid females of the common green bottle fly.  Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 153: 114-127 DOI
172. Danci, A; Inducil, C; Takacs, S; Schaefer, PW; Gries, G.  (2014)   Mechanism of mate detection in parasitoid wasps: sound and vibratory cues change with the developmental progress of future mates inside host pupal cases.  Physiological Entomology 39: 292-303 DOI
171. Hrabar, M; Danci, A; McCann, S; Schaefer, PW; Gries, G.  (2014)   New findings on life history traits of Xenos peckii (Strepsiptera: Xenidae).  Canadian Entomologist 146: 514-527 DOI
170. Lambinet, V; Hayden, ME; Bieri, M; Gries, G.  (2014)   Does the Earth's Magnetic Field Serve as a Reference for Alignment of the Honeybee Waggle Dance?  PLOS One 9 DOI  PubMed
169. Mccann, S; Moeri, O; Jones, T; Gries, G.  (2014)   Black-throated Antshrike preys on nests of social paper wasps in central French Guiana.  Revista Brasileira De Ornitologia 22: 300-304
168. Rowland, E; Belton, P; Schaefer, PW; Gries, G.  (2014)   Intraspecific acoustic communication and mechanical sensitivity of the tympanal ear of the gypsy moth Lymantria dispar.  Physiological Entomology 39: 331-340 DOI
167. Vibert, S; Scott, C; Gries, G.  (2014)   A meal or a male: the 'whispers' of black widow males do not trigger a predatory response in females.  Frontiers in Zoology 11 DOI
166. Ablard, KM; Schaefer, PW; Gries, G.  (2013)   An alternative reproductive tactic: A parasitoid wasp gathers and guards a harem by pheromone-tagging virgins.  Behavioural Processes 94: 32-40 DOI
165. Eby, C; Gardiner, MGT; Gries, R; Judd, GJR; Khaskin, G; Gries, G.  (2013)   Phenylacetaldehyde attracts male and female apple clearwing moths, Synanthedon myopaeformis, to inflorescences of showy milkweed, Asclepias speciosa.  Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 147: 82-92 DOI
164. Eby, C; Weis, M; Gardiner, MGT; Judd, GJR; Gries, G.  (2013)   Spectral efficiency and microstructure of the compound eyes of Synanthedon myopaeformis (Lepidoptera: Sesiidae).  Canadian Entomologist 145: 529-538 DOI
163. Fitzpatrick, SM; Gries, R; Khaskin, G; Peach, DAH; Iwanski, J; Gries, G.  (2013)   Populations of the Gall Midge Dasineura oxycoccana on Cranberry and Blueberry Produce and Respond to Different Sex Pheromones.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 39: 37-49 DOI
162. Foster, AJ; Hall, DE; Mortimer, L; Abercromby, S; Gries, R; Gries, G; Bohlmann, J; Russell, J; Mattsson, J.  (2013)   Identification of Genes in Thuja plicata Foliar Terpenoid Defenses.  Plant Physiology 161: 1993-2004  Website DOI
161. Schwander, T; Arbuthnott, D; Gries, R; Gries, G; Nosil, P; Crespi, BJ.  (2013)   Hydrocarbon divergence and reproductive isolation in Timema stick insects.  BMC Evolutionary Biology 13 DOI
160. Schwander, T; Crespi, BJ; Gries, R; Gries, G.  (2013)   Neutral and selection-driven decay of sexual traits in asexual stick insects.  Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 280 DOI
159. Teasdale, C; Judd, GJR; Gries, R; Gries, G.  (2013)   Evaluation of synthetic sex pheromone for monitoring and management of raspberry crown borer Pennisetia marginata (Lepidoptera: Sesiidae).  Agricultural and Forest Entomology 15: 285-293 DOI
158. Wijenberg, R; Hayden, ME; Takacs, S; Gries, G.  (2013)   Behavioural responses of diverse insect groups to electric stimuli.  Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 147: 132-140 DOI
157. Woodbury, N; Gries, G.  (2013)   How Firebrats (Thysanura: Lepismatidae) Detect and Nutritionally Benefit From Their Microbial Symbionts Enterobacter cloacae and Mycotypha microspora.  Environmental Entomology 42: 860-867 DOI
156. Woodbury, N; Gries, G.  (2013)   Fungal symbiont of firebrats (Thysanura) induces arrestment behaviour of firebrats and giant silverfish but not common silverfish.  Canadian Entomologist 145: 543-546 DOI
155. Woodbury, N; Gries, G.  (2013)   Firebrats, Thermobia domestica, aggregate in response to the microbes Enterobacter cloacae and Mycotypha microspora.  Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 147: 154-159 DOI
154. Woodbury, N; Moore, M; Gries, G.  (2013)   Horizontal transmission of the microbial symbionts Enterobacter cloacae and Mycotypha microspora to their firebrat host.  Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 147: 160-166 DOI
153. Ablard K, Gries R, Khaskin G, Gries G.  (2012)   Does the Stereochemistry of Methylated Cuticular Hydrocarbons Contribute to Mate Recognition in the Egg Parasitoid Wasp Ooencyrtus kuvanae?  Journal of Chemical Ecology 38:1306–1317 DOI
152. Foster, A; Hall, D; Abercromby, S; Gries, R; Gries, G; Bohlmann, J; Russell, J; Mattsson, J.  (2012)   A GENOMICS APPROACH TO GENE DISCOVERY RELATED TO BIOSYNTHESIS OF THUJONE IN WESTERN RED CEDAR (THUJA PLICATA).  Pharmaceutical Biology 50: 668-668
151. Hrabar, M; Danci, A; Schaefer, PW; Gries, G.  (2012)   In the Nick of Time: Males of the Parasitoid Wasp Pimpla disparis Respond to Semiochemicals from Emerging Mates.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 38: 253-261 DOI
150. Judd, GJR; Gries, R; Teasdale, C; Gries, G.  (2012)   Identification of a sex pheromone component for Pennisetia marginata (Lepidoptera: Sesiidae).  Canadian Entomologist 144: 798-807 DOI
149. Miresmailli, S; Gries, R; Gries, G; Zamar, RH; Isman, MB.  (2012)   Population density and feeding duration of cabbage looper larvae on tomato plants alter the levels of plant volatile emissions.  Pest Management Science 68: 101-107 DOI
148. Scott, C; Vibert, S; Gries, G.  (2012)   Evidence that web reduction by western black widow males functions in sexual communication.  Canadian Entomologist 144: 672-678 DOI
147. Zahradnik, T; Takacs, S; Strong, W; Bennett, R; Kuzmin, A; Gries, G.  (2012)   Douglas-fir cone gall midges respond to shape and infrared wavelength attributes of host tree branches.  Canadian Entomologist 144: 658-666 DOI
146. Ablard, K; Fairhurst, S; Andersen, G; Schaefer, P; Gries, G.  (2011)   Mechanisms, functions, and fitness consequences of pre- and post-copulatory rituals of the parasitoid wasp Ooencyrtus kuvanae.  Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 140: 103-111 DOI
145. Birmingham, AL; Kovacs, E; Lafontaine, JP; Avelino, N; Borden, JH; Andreller, IS; Gries, G.  (2011)   A New Trap and Lure for Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera: Drosophilidae).  Journal of Economic Entomology 104: 1018-1023 DOI
144. Campbell, C; Gries, R; Gries, G.  (2011)   Forty-two compounds in eleven essential oils elicit antennal responses from Aedes aegypti.  Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 138: 21-32 DOI
143. Campbell, C; Gries, R; Khaskin, G; Gries, G.  (2011)   Organosulphur constituents in garlic oil elicit antennal and behavioural responses from the yellow fever mosquito.  Journal of Applied Entomology 135: 374-381 DOI
142. Danci, A; Inducil, C; Schaefer, PW; Gries, G.  (2011)   Early Detection of Prospective Mates by Males of the Parasitoid Wasp Pimpla disparis Viereck (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae).  Environmental Entomology 40: 405-411 DOI
141. Judd, GJR; Gries, R; Aurelian, VM; Gries, G.  (2011)   3Z, 13Z-octadecadienyl acetate: sex pheromone of the apple clearwing moth in British Columbia.  Canadian Entomologist 143: 236-244 DOI
140. Jumean, Z; Ma, BO; Chubaty, AM; Ellenor, CW; Roitberg, BD; Gries, G.  (2011)   A Theoretical Approach to Study the Evolution of Aggregation Behavior by Larval Codling Moth, Cydia pomonella (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae).  Journal of Insect Behavior 24: 249-263 DOI
139. Karimifar, N; Gries, R; Khaskin, G; Gries, G.  (2011)   General Food Semiochemicals Attract Omnivorous German Cockroaches, Blattella germanica.  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 59: 1330-1337 DOI
138. Rowland, E; Schaefer, PW; Belton, P; Gries, G.  (2011)   Evidence for short-range sonic communication in lymantriine moths.  Journal of Insect Physiology 57: 292-299 DOI
137. Somjee, U; Ablard, K; Crespi, B; Schaefer, PW; Gries, G.  (2011)   Local mate competition in the solitary parasitoid wasp Ooencyrtus kuvanae.  Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65: 1071-1077  Website DOI
136. Campbell, C; Gries, G.  (2010)   Is soybean oil an effective repellent against Aedes aegypti?  Canadian Entomologist 142: 405-414 DOI
135. Danci, A; Takacs, S; Schaefer, PW; Gries, G.  (2010)   Evidence for acoustic communication in the parasitoid wasp Glyptapanteles flavicoxis.  Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 136: 142-150 DOI
134. Hart, M., P. Belton & G. Gries.  (2010)   The Effect of Fibril Erection on Hearing in Male Aedes togoi: an Open and Shut Case.  Canadian Acoustics 38 (3):36-37
133. Lam, K; Tsang, M; Labrie, A; Gries, R; Gries, G.  (2010)   Semiochemical-Mediated Oviposition Avoidance by Female House Flies, Musca domestica, on Animal Feces Colonized with Harmful Fungi.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 36: 141-147 DOI
132. McCann, S; Moeri, O; Jones, T; O'Donnell, S; Gries, G.  (2010)   NESTING AND NEST-PROVISIONING OF THE RED-THROATED CARACARA (IBYCTER AMERICANUS) IN CENTRAL FRENCH GUIANA.  Journal of Raptor Research 44: 236-240
131. Miresmailli, S; Gries, R; Gries, G; Zamar, RH; Isman, MB.  (2010)   Herbivore-induced plant volatiles allow detection of Trichoplusia ni (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) infestation on greenhouse tomato plants.  Pest Management Science 66: 916-924 DOI
130. Schwarz, JJ; Gries, G.  (2010)   2-Phenylethanol: context-specific aggregation or sex-attractant pheromone of Boisea rubrolineata (Heteroptera: Rhopalidae).  Canadian Entomologist 142: 489-500 DOI
129. van Herk, WG; Vernon, RS; Harding, C; Roitberg, BD; Gries, G.  (2010)   Possible aversion learning in the Pacific Coast wireworm.  Physiological Entomology 35: 19-28 DOI
128. Britton, R; Khaskin, G; Gries, G.  (2009)   A chromatography-free synthesis of (2S, 12Z)-2-acetoxy-12-heptadecene - The major sex pheromone component of the pistachio twig borer moth (Kermania pistaciella).  Canadian Journal of Chemistry-Revue Canadienne de Chimie 87: 430-432  PDF DOI
127. Cowan, T; Gries, G.  (2009)   Ultraviolet and violet light: attractive orientation cues for the Indian meal moth, Plodia interpunctella.  Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 131: 148-158 DOI
126. Gries, R; Schaefer, PW; Gotoh, T; Takacs, S; Gries, G.  (2009)   Spacing of traps baited with species-specific Lymantria pheromones to prevent interference by antagonistic components.  Canadian Entomologist 141: 145-152 DOI
125. Gries, R; Schaefer, PW; Nakamura, K; Gries, G.  (2009)   Lymantria dispar sex pheromone is a behavioral antagonist to pheromonal attraction of male Lymantria mathura.  Canadian Entomologist 141: 53-55 DOI
124. Jumean, Z; Fazel, L; Wood, C; Cowan, T; Evenden, ML; Gries, G.  (2009)   Cocoon-spinning larvae of Oriental fruit moth and Indianmeal moth do not produce aggregation pheromone.  Agricultural and Forest Entomology 11: 205-212 DOI
123. Jumean, Z; Jones, E; Gries, G.  (2009)   Does aggregation behavior of codling moth larvae, Cydia pomonella, increase the risk of parasitism by Mastrus ridibundus?  Biological Control 49: 254-258 DOI
122. Jumean, Z; Wood, C; Gries, G.  (2009)   Frequency Distribution of Larval Codling Moth, Cydia pomonella L., Aggregations on Trees in Unmanaged Apple Orchards of the Pacific Northwest.  Environmental Entomology 38: 1395-1399
121. Lam, K; Geisreiter, C; Gries, G.  (2009)   Ovipositing female house flies provision offspring larvae with bacterial food.  Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 133: 292-295 DOI
120. Lam, K; Thu, K; Tsang, M; Moore, M; Gries, G.  (2009)   Bacteria on housefly eggs, Musca domestica, suppress fungal growth in chicken manure through nutrient depletion or antifungal metabolites.  Naturwissenschaften 96: 1127-1132 DOI
119. Mowat, J; Gries, R; Khaskin, G; Gries, G; Britton, R.  (2009)   (S)-2-Pentyl (R)-3-Hydroxyhexanoate, a Banana Volatile and Its Olfactory Recognition by the Common Fruit Fly, Drosophila melanogaster.  Journal of Natural Products 72: 772-776 DOI  PubMed
118. Schwarz, J; Gries, R; Hillier, K; Vickers, N; Gries, G.  (2009)   Phenology of Semiochemical-Mediated Host Foraging by the Western Boxelder Bug, Boisea rubrolineata, an Aposematic Seed Predator.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 35: 58-70 DOI
117. Schwarz, J., Gries R., Hillier, K., Vickers, N., Gries, G.  (2009)   Phenology of semiochemical-mediated host foraging by the boxelder bug, Boisea rubrolineata, an aposematic seed predator.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 35:58-70.
116. Takacs, S; Bottomley, H; Andreller, I; Zaradnik, T; Schwarz, J; Bennett, R; Strong, W; Gries, G.  (2009)   Infrared radiation from hot cones on cool conifers attracts seed-feeding insects.  Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 276: 649-655  PDF DOI
115. Evenden, ML; Gries, R; Gries, G.  (2008)   Attractiveness and toxicity of an attracticide formulation on adult males of ash leaf cone roller, Caloptilia fraxinella.  Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 127: 30-38 DOI
114. Hehar, G; Gries, R; Gries, G.  (2008)   Re-analysis of pheromone-mediated aggregation behaviour of European earwigs.  Canadian Entomologist 140: 674-681 DOI
113. Jumean, Z; Wood, C; Gries, G.  (2008)   Does larval aggregation pheromone of codling moth, Cydia pomonella, induce attraction or arrestment of receivers?  Bulletin of Entomological Research 98: 425-429 DOI
112. Paduraru, PA; Popoff, RTW; Nair, R; Gries, R; Gries, G; Plettner, E.  (2008)   Synthesis of substituted alkoxy benzene minilibraries, for the discovery of new insect olfaction or gustation inhibitors.  Journal of Combinatorial Chemistry 10: 123-134 DOI  PubMed
111. Sidney, M; Brown, K; Judd, GJR; Gries, G.  (2008)   Stimuli affecting selection of oviposition sites by female peach twig borer, Anarsia lineatella Zeller (Lepidoptera : Gelechiidae).  Journal of Applied Entomology 132: 538-544 DOI
110. Siljander, E; Gries, R; Khaskin, G; Gries, G.  (2008)   Identification of the airborne aggregation pheromone of the common bed bug, Cimex lectularius.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 34: 708-718 DOI
109. Takacs, S; Hardin, K; Gries, G; Strong, W; Bennett, R.  (2008)   Vibratory communication signal produced by male western conifer seed bugs. (Hemiptera : Coreidae).  Canadian Entomologist 140: 174-183
108. Wijenberg, R; Takacs, S; Cook, M; Gries, G.  (2008)   Female German cockroaches join conspecific groups based on the incidence of auditory cues.  Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 129: 124-131 DOI
107. Woodbury, N; Gries, G.  (2008)   Amber-colored excreta: a source of arrestment pheromone in firebrats, Thermobia domestica.  Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 127: 100-107 DOI
106. Derksen, S; Chatterton, M; Gries, R; Aurelian, M; Judd, GJR; Gries, G.  (2007)   Semiochemical-mediated oviposition behavior by female peachtree borer, Synanthedon exitiosa.  Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 123: 101-108 DOI
105. Gries, R; Bennett, RG; Khaskin, G; Gries, G.  (2007)   Attraction of male Mayetiola thujae (Diptera : Cecidomyiidae) to the sex-pheromone blend of (2S,12S)-, (2S,13S)-, and (2S,14S)-diacetoxyheptadecane is reduced in the presence of the SR- or RR-stereoisomers.  Canadian Entomologist 139: 685-689
104. Gries, R; Khaskin, G; Daroogheh, H; Mart, C; Karadag, S; Er, MK.  (2007)   (2s,12z)-2-Acetoxy-12-heptadecene: Major sex pheromone component of pistachio twig borer, Kermania pistaciella (vol 32, pg 2667, 2006).  Journal of Chemical Ecology 33: 447-448 DOI
103. Gries, R; Schaefer, PW; Hahn, R; Khaskin, G; Ramaseshiah, G; Singh, B; Hehar, GK; Gries, G.  (2007)   Sex pheromone components of indian gypsy moth, Lymantria obfuscata.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 33: 1774-1786 DOI
102. Jumean, Z; Lafontaine, JP; Wood, C; Judd, GJR; Gries, G.  (2007)   Pheromone-based trapping of larval codling moth, Cydia pomonella, in apple orchards.  Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 122: 87-91  Website DOI
101. Lam, K; Babor, D; Duthie, B; Babor, EM; Moore, M; Gries, G.  (2007)   Proliferating bacterial symbionts on house fly eggs affect oviposition behaviour of adult flies.  Animal Behaviour 74: 81-92 DOI
100. Nosil, P; Crespi, BJ; Gries, R; Gries, G.  (2007)   Natural selection and divergence in mate preference during speciation.  Genetica 129: 309-327 DOI
99. SCHAEFER, P; Naoto KAMATA, Nusyirwan HASAN, Gerhard GRIES, Regine GRIES, Idrus ABBAS, Siti SALMAH, Ahsol HASYIM.  (2007)   Synthetic Lymantriid Pheromones Attract Male Moths of Lymantria spp. (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) in Sumatra.  Tropics 16: 71-74  PDF
98. Siljander, E; Penman, D; Harlan, H; Gries, G.  (2007)   Evidence for male- and juvenile-specific contact pheromones of the common bed bug Cimex lectularius.  Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 125: 215-219 DOI
97. Woodbury, N; Gries, G.  (2007)   Pheromone-based arrestment behavior in the common silverfish, Lepisma saccharina, and giant silverfish, Ctenolepisma longicaudata.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 33: 1351-1358 DOI
96. Broberg, CL; Borden, JH; Gries, R.  (2006)   Olfactory and feeding preferences of Cryptorhynchus lapathi among hosts and nonhosts.  Canadian Entomologist 138: 357-366
95. Danci, A; Gries, R; Schaefer, PW; Gries, G.  (2006)   Evidence for four-component close-range sex pheromone in the parasitic wasp Glyptapanteles flavicoxis.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 32: 1539-1554
94. Danci, A; Schaefer, PW; Schopf, A; Gries, G.  (2006)   Species-specific close-range sexual communication systems prevent cross-attraction in three species of Glyptapanteles parasitic wasps (Hymenoptera : Braconidae).  Biol Control 39: 225-231
93. Gries, R; Khaskin, G; Daroogheh, H; Mart, C; Karadag, S; Er, MK; Britton, R; Gries, G.  (2006)   (2S,12Z)-2-acetoxy-12-heptadecene: Major sex pheromone component of pistachio twig borer, Kermania pistaciella.  J. Chem. Ecol. 32: 2667-2677 DOI  PubMed
92. Gries, R; Khaskin, G; Tan, ZX; Zhao, BG; King, GGS; Miroshnychenko, A; Lin, GQ; Rhainds, M; Gries, G.  (2006)   (1S)-1-ethyl-2-methylpropyl 3,13-dimethylpentadecanoate: Major sex pheromone component of Paulownia bagworm, Clania variegata.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 32: 1673-1685
91. Schlamp, KK; Brown, K; Gries, R; Hart, M; Gries, G; Judd, GGR.  (2006)   Diel periodicity of sexual communication in Anarsia lineatella (Lepidoptera : Gelechiidae).  Canadian Entomologist 138: 384-389
90. Sidney, M; Regine Gries, Adela Danci, Gary J. R. Judd, Gerhard Gries.  (2006)   Almond volatiles attract neonate larvae of Anarsia lineatella (Zeller) (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae).  Journal of the Entomological Society of British Columbia 103: 3-9  Website
89. Tremblay, MN; Gries, G.  (2006)   Abiotic and biotic factors affect microhabitat selection by the firebrat, Thermobia domestica (Packard) (Thysanura : Lepismatidae).  J Insect Behav 19: 321-335
88. Broberg, CL; Borden, JH; Gries, R.  (2005)   Antennae of Cryptorhynchus lapathi (Coleoptera : Curculionidae) detect two pheromone components of coniferophagous bark beetles in the stems of Salix sitchensis and Salix scouleriana (Salicaceae).  Canadian Entomologist 137: 716-718
87. Broberg, CL; Borden, JH; Gries, R.  (2005)   Olfactory and feeding preferences of Cryptorhynchus lapathi L. (Coleoptera : Curculionidae) among hybrid clones and natural poplars.  Environ Entomol 34: 1606-1613
86. Gries, R; Khaskin, G; Clearwater, J; Hasman, D; Schaefer, PW; Khaskin, E; Miroshnychenko, O; Hosking, G; Gries, G.  (2005)   (Z,Z)-6,9-Heneicosadien-11-one: Major sex pheromone component of painted apple moth, Teia anartoides.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 31: 603-620
85. Gries, R; Khaskin, G; Gotoh, T; Schaefer, PW; Gries, G.  (2005)   (7Z,9E)-2-methyl-7,9-octadecadiene: A sex pheromone component of Lymantria bantaizana.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 31: 879-891
84. Gries, R; Khaskin, G; Schaefer, P; Hahn, R; Gotoh, T; Gries, G.  (2005)   (7R,8S)-cis-7,8-epoxy-2-methyloctadec-17-ene: A novel trace component from the sex pheromone gland of gypsy moth, Lymantria dispar.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 31: 49-62
83. Gries, R; Schaefer, PW; Yoo, HJS; Greaves, M; Gries, G.  (2005)   (Z,E)-6,8-heneicosadien-11-one: major sexpheromone component of Orgyia vetusta (Lepidoptera : Lymantriidae).  Canadian Entomologist 137: 471-475
82. Gries, R., Khaskin, G., Bennett, R.G., Miroshnychenko, A., Burden, K. and Gries, G.  (2005)   (S,S)-2,12-, (S,S)-2,13-, and (S,S)-2,14-Diacetoxyheptadecanes: Sex Pheromone Components of Red Cedar Cone Midge, Mayetiola thujae.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 31: 2933-2946
81. Jumean, Z; Gries, R; Unruh, T; Rowland, E; Gries, G.  (2005)   Identification of the larval aggregation pheromone of codling moth, Cydia pomonella.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 31: 911-924
80. Jumean, Z; Unruh, T; Gries, R; Gries, G.  (2005)   Mastrus ridibundus parasitoids eavesdrop on cocoon-spinning codling moth, Cydia pomonella, larvae.  Naturwissenschaften 92: 20-25
79. McLeod, G; Gries, R; von Reuss, SH; Rahe, JE; McIntosh, R; Konig, WA; Gries, G.  (2005)   The pathogen causing Dutch elm disease makes host trees attract insect vectors.  Proc Roy Soc B-Biol Sci 272: 2499-2503
78. Schlamp, K.K., Gries R., Khaskin, G, Brown, K., Khaskin E., Judd, G.J.R., and Gries, G.  (2005)   Pheromone Components from Body Scales of Female Anarsia lineatella Induce Contacts by Conspecific Males.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 31: 2897-2911
77. Choi, MY; Khaskin, G; Gries, R; Gries, G; Roitberg, BD; Raworth, DA; Kim, DH; Bennett, RG.  (2004)   (2R,7S)-diacetoxytridecane: Sex pheromone of the aphidophagous gall midge, Aphidoletes aphidimyza.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 30: 659-670
76. Gries, R; Reckziegel, A; Bogenschutz, H; Kontzog, HG; Schlegel, C; Francke, W; Millar, JG; Gries, G.  (2004)   (Z,Z)-11,13-hexadecadienyl acetate and (Z,E)-11,13,15-hexadecatrienyl acetate: synergistic sex pheromone components of oak processionary moth, Thaumetopoea processionea (Lepidoptera : Thaumetopoeidae).  Chemoecology 14: 95-100
75. Jumean, Z; Rowland, E; Judd, GJR; Gries, G.  (2004)   Male and female Cydia pomonella (Lepidoptera : Olethreutidae) larvae produce and respond to aggregation pheromone.  Canadian Entomologist 136: 871-873
74. Duthie, B; Gries, G; Gries, R; Krupke, C; Derksen, S.  (2003)   Does pheromone-based aggregation of codling moth larvae help procure future mates?  Journal of Chemical Ecology 29: 425-436
73. Gries, R; Khaskin, G; Khaskin, E; Foltz, JL; Schaefer, PW; Gries, G.  (2003)   Enantiomers of (Z,Z)-6,9-heneicosadien-11-ol: Sex pheromone components of Orgyia detrita.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 29: 2201-2212
72. Sasaerila, Y; Gries, R; Gries, G; Khaskin, G; King, S; Takacs, S; Hardi.  (2003)   Sex pheromone components of male Tirathaba mundella (Lepidoptera : Pyralidae).  Chemoecology 13: 89-93
71. Takacs, S; Mistal, C; Gries, G.  (2003)   Communication ecology of webbing clothes moth: attractiveness and characterization of male-produced sonic aggregation signals.  Journal of Applied Entomology-Zeitschrift Fur Angewandte Entomologie 127: 127-133
70. Tremblay, MN; Gries, G.  (2003)   Pheromone-based aggregation behaviour of the firebrat, Thermobia domestica (Packard) (Thysanura : Lepismatidae).  Chemoecology 13: 21-26
69. Bedard, C; Gries, R; Gries, G; Bennett, R.  (2002)   Cydia strobilelia (Lepidoptera : Tortricidae): antennal and behavioral responses to host and nonhost volatiles.  Canadian Entomologist 134: 793-804
68. Bedard, C; Gries, R; Gries, G; Bennett, R.  (2002)   Sex pheromone and diel periodicity of Cydia strobilella (Lepidoptera : Tortricidae) pheromonal communication.  Canadian Entomologist 134: 847-850
67. Gries, G; Schaefer, PW; Gries, R; Fan, YB; Higashiura, Y; Tanaka, B.  (2002)   2-Methyl-(Z)-7-octadecene: Sex pheromone of allopatric Lymantria lucescens and L-serva.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 28: 469-478
66. Gries, R; Khaskin, G; Gries, G; Bennett, RG; King, GGS; Morewood, P; Slessor, KN; Morewood, WD.  (2002)   (Z,Z)-4,7-tridecadien-(S)-2-yl acetate: Sex pheromone of Douglas-fir cone gall midge, Contarinia oregonensis.  J. Chem. Ecol. 28: 2283-2297 DOI  PubMed
65. Morewood, P; Morewood, WD; Bennett, RG; Gries, G.  (2002)   Potential for pheromone-baited traps to predict seed loss caused by Contarinia oregonensis (Diptera : Cecidomyiidae).  Canadian Entomologist 134: 689-697
64. Rhainds, M; Gries, G; Ho, CT; Chew, PS.  (2002)   Dispersal by bagworm larvae, Metisa plana: effects of population density, larval sex, and host plant attributes.  Ecological Entomology 27: 204-212
63. Rhainds, M; Lan, CC; Zhen, ML; Gries, G.  (2002)   Incidence, symptoms, and intensity of damage by three coffee stem borers (Coleoptera : Cerambycidae) in South Yunan, China.  Journal of Economic Entomology 95: 106-112
62. Sasaerila, Y; Gries, G; Gries, R.  (2002)   Sexual communication by Tirathaba mundella (Lepidoptera : Pyralidae).  Canadian Entomologist 134: 251-253
61. Takacs, S; Gries, G; Gries, R.  (2002)   Where to find a mate? Resource-based sexual communication of webbing clothes moth.  Naturwissenschaften 89: 57-59
60. Cabrera, A; Eiras, AE; Gries, G; Gries, R; Urdaneta, N; Miras, B; Badji, C; Jaffe, K.  (2001)   Sex pheromone of tomato fruit borer, Neoleucinodes elegantalis.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 27: 2097-2107
59. Duff, CM; Gries, G; Mori, K; Shirai, Y; Seki, M; Takikawa, H; Sheng, T; Slessor, KN; Gries, R; Maier, CT; Ferguson, DC.  (2001)   Does pheromone biology of Lambdina athasaria and L-pellucidaria contribute to their reproductive isolation?  J. Chem. Ecol. 27: 431-442 DOI  PubMed
58. Gries, G; Schaefer, PW; Gries, R; Liska, J; Gotoh, T.  (2001)   Reproductive character displacement in Lymantria monacha from northern Japan?  Journal of Chemical Ecology 27: 1163-1176
57. Rhainds, M; Lan, CC; King, S; Gries, R; Mo, LZ; Gries, G.  (2001)   Pheromone communication and mating behaviour of coffee white stem borer, Xylotrechus quadripes Chevrolat (Coleoptera : Cerambycidae).  Applied Entomology and Zoology 36: 299-309
56. Rhainds, M; Warndorff, M; Chiew, PK; Lan, CC; Gries, G.  (2001)   Stimuli increasing oviposition by female coffee white stem borer (Coleoptera : Cerambycidae).  Canadian Entomologist 133: 409-412
55. Takacs, S; Gries, G.  (2001)   Communication ecology of webbing clothes moth: evidence for male-produced aggregation signal(s).  Canadian Entomologist 133: 725-727
54. Takacs, S; Gries, G; Gries, R.  (2001)   Communication ecology of webbing clothes moth: 4. Identification of male- and female-produced pheromones.  Chemoecology 11: 153-159
53. Takacs, S; Gries, G; Gries, R.  (2001)   Communication ecology of webbing clothes moth: 1. Semiochemical-mediated location and suitability of larval habitat.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 27: 1535-1546
52. Takacs, S; Gries, G; Gries, R.  (2001)   Communication ecology of webbing clothes moth: 2. Identification of semiochemicals mediating attraction of adults to larval habitat.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 27: 1547-1560
51. Giblin-Davis, RM; Gries, R; Crespi, B; Robertson, LN; Hara, AH; Gries, G; O'Brien, CW; Pierce, HD.  (2000)   Aggregation pheromones of two geographical isolates of the New Guinea sugarcane weevil, Rhabdoscelus obscurus.  J. Chem. Ecol. 26: 2763-2780 DOI
50. Gries, R; Gries, G; Khaskin, G; King, S; Olfert, O; Kaminski, LA; Lamb, R; Bennett, R.  (2000)   Sex pheromone of orange wheat blossom midge, Sitodiplosis mosellana.  Naturwissenschaften 87: 450-454
49. McNair, C; Gries, G; Gries, R.  (2000)   Cherry bark tortrix, Enarmonia formosana: Olfactory recognition of and behavioral deterrence by nonhost angio- and gymnosperm volatiles.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 26: 809-821
48. Mistal, C; Takacs, S; Gries, G.  (2000)   Evidence for sonic communication in the German cockroach (Dictyoptera : Blattellidae).  Canadian Entomologist 132: 867-876
47. Morewood, P; Gries, G; Liska, J; Kapitola, P; Haussler, D; Moller, K; Bogenschutz, H.  (2000)   Towards pheromone-based monitoring of nun moth, Lymantria monacha (L.) (Lep., Lymantriidae) populations.  Journal of Applied Entomology-Zeitschrift Fur Angewandte Entomologie 124: 77-85
46. Sasaerila, Y; Gries, G; Gries, R; Boo, TC.  (2000)   Specificity of communication channels in four limacodid moths: Darna bradleyi, Darna trima, Setothosea asigna, and Setora nitens (Lepidoptera : Limacodidae).  Chemoecology 10: 193-199
45. Sasaerila, Y; Gries, R; Gries, G; Khaskin, G; Hardi.  (2000)   Sex pheromone components of nettle caterpillar, Setora nitens.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 26: 1983-1990
44. Sasaerila, Y; Gries, R; Gries, G; Khaskin, G; King, S; Boo, TC.  (2000)   Decadienoates: Sex pheromone components of nettle caterpillars Darna trima and D-bradleyi.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 26: 1969-1981
43. DeLury, NC; Gries, G; Gries, R; Judd, GJR; Brown, JJ.  (1999)   Sex pheromone of Ascogaster quadridentata, a parasitoid of Cydia pomonella.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 25: 2229-2245
42. DeLury, NC; Gries, R; Gries, G; Judd, GJR; Khaskin, G.  (1999)   Moth scale-derived kairomones used by egg-larval parasitoid Ascogaster quadridentata to locate eggs of its host, Cydia pomonella.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 25: 2419-2431
41. Gries, G; Clearwater, J; Gries, R; Khaskin, G; King, S; Schaefer, P.  (1999)   Synergistic sex pheromone components of white-spotted tussock moth, Orgyia thyellina.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 25: 1091-1104
40. Gries, G; Gries, R; Schaefer, PW; Gotoh, T; Higashiura, Y.  (1999)   Sex pheromone components of pink gypsy moth, Lymantria mathura.  Naturwissenschaften 86: 235-238
39. Gries, G; Schaefer, PW; Khaskin, G; Hahn, R; Gries, R; Chao, JT.  (1999)   Sex pheromone components of Casuarina moth, Lymantria xylina.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 25: 2535-2545
38. McNair, C; Gries, G; Gries, R.  (1999)   Sex pheromone components of Enarmonia formosana (Clepidoptera : Tortricidae).  Canadian Entomologist 131: 85-92
37. McNair, C; Gries, G; Sidney, M.  (1999)   Toward pheromone-based mating disruption of Enarmonia formosana (Lepidoptera : Tortricidae) on ornamental cherry trees.  Canadian Entomologist 131: 97-105
36. Morewood, P; Gries, G; Haussler, D; Moller, K; Liska, J; Kapitola, P; Bogenschutz, H.  (1999)   Towards pheromone-based detection of Lymantria monacha (Lepidoptera : Lymantriidae) in North America.  Canadian Entomologist 131: 687-694
35. Rhainds, M; Gries, G; Min, MM.  (1999)   Size- and density-dependent reproductive success of bagworms, Metisa plana.  Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 91: 375-383
34. Schaefer, PW; Gries, G; Gries, R; Holden, D.  (1999)   Pheromone components and diel periodicity of pheromonal communication in Lymantria fumida.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 25: 2305-2312
33. Blatt, SE; Borden, JH; Pierce, HD; Gries, R; Gries, G.  (1998)   Alarm pheromone system of the western conifer seed bug, Leptoglossus occidentalis.  J. Chem. Ecol. 24: 1013-1031 DOI
32. Borden, JH; Wilson, IM; Gries, R; Chong, LJ; Pierce, HD; Gries, G.  (1998)   Volatiles from the bark of trembling aspen, Populus tremuloides Michx. (Salicaceae) disrupt secondary attraction by the mountain pine beetle, Dendroctonus ponderosae Hopkins (Coleoptera: Scolytidae).  Chemoecology 8: 69-75 DOI
31. Ferrao, P; Gries, G; Wimalaratne, PDC; Maier, CT; Gries, R; Slessor, KN; Li, JX.  (1998)   Sex pheromone of apple blotch leafminer, Phyllonorycter crataegella, and its effect on P-mespilella pheromone communication.  J. Chem. Ecol. 24: 2059-2078 DOI
30. Gries, R; Dunkelblum, E; Gries, G; Baldilla, F; Hernandez, C; Alvarez, F; Perez, A; Velasco, J; Oehlschlager, AC.  (1998)   Sex pheromone components of Diatraea considerata (Heinrich) (Lep., Pyralidae).  Journal of Applied Entomology-Zeitschrift Fur Angewandte Entomologie 122: 265-268
29. Macias-Samano, JE; Borden, JH; Gries, R; Pierce, HD; Gries, G; King, GGS.  (1998)   Primary attraction of the fir engraver, Scolytus ventralis.  J. Chem. Ecol. 24: 1049-1075 DOI
28. Maier, CT; Gries, R; Gries, G.  (1998)   Sex pheromone components of pitch pine looper, Lambdina pellucidaria.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 24: 491-500
27. Rhainds, M; Gries, G; Saleh, A.  (1998)   Density and pupation site of apterous female bagworms, Metisa plana (Lepidoptera : Psychidae), influence the distribution of emergent larvae.  Canadian Entomologist 130: 603-613
26. Savoie, A; Borden, JH; Pierce, HD; Gries, R; Gries, G.  (1998)   Aggregation pheromone of Pityogenes knechteli and semiochemical-based interactions with three other bark beetles.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 24: 321-337
25. GiblinDavis, RM; Gries, R; Gries, G; PenaRojas, E; Pinzon, I; Pena, JE; Perez, AL; Pierce, HD; Oehlschlager, AC.  (1997)   Aggregation pheromone of palm weevil, Dynamis borassi.  J. Chem. Ecol. 23: 2287-2297 DOI
24. Gries, G; Gries, R; Schaefer, PW.  (1997)   Pheromone blend attracts nun moth, Lymantria monacha (Lepidoptera : Lymantriidae), in Japan.  Canadian Entomologist 129: 1177-1178
23. Gries, G; Slessor, KN; Gries, R; Khaskin, G; Wimalaratne, PDC; Gray, TG; Grant, GG; Tracey, AS; Hulme, M.  (1997)   (Z)6,(E)8-heneicosadien-11-one: Synergistic sex pheromone component of Douglas-fir tussock moth, Orgyia pseudotsugata (McDunnough) (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae).  Journal of Chemical Ecology 23: 19-34
22. Gries, R; Gries, G; King, GGS; Maier, CT.  (1997)   Sex pheromone components of the apple leafminer, Lyonetia prunifoliella.  J. Chem. Ecol. 23: 1119-1130 DOI
21. Gries, R; Holden, D; Gries, G; Wimalaratne, PDC; Slessor, KN; Saunders, C.  (1997)   3Z-cis-6,7-cis-9,10-di-epoxy-heneicosene novel class of lepidopteran pheromone.  Naturwissenschaften 84: 219-221 DOI
20. MaciasSamano, JE; Borden, JH; Pierce, HD; Gries, R; Gries, G.  (1997)   Aggregation pheromone of Pityokteines elegans.  J. Chem. Ecol. 23: 1333-1347 DOI
19. Perez, AL; Campos, Y; Chinchilla, CM; Oehlschlager, AC; Gries, G; Gries, R; GiblinDavis, RM; Castrillo, G; Pena, JE; Duncan, RE; Gonzalez, LM; Pierce, HD; McDonald, R; Andrade, R.  (1997)   Aggregation pheromones and host kairomones of West Indian sugarcane weevil, Metamasius hemipterus sericeus.  J. Chem. Ecol. 23: 869-888 DOI
18. Rhainds, M; Gries, G; Chew, PS.  (1997)   Adaptive significance of density-dependent ballooning by bagworm larvae, Metisa plana (Walker) (Lepidoptera : Psychidae).  Canadian Entomologist 129: 927-931
17. Rhainds, M; Gries, G; Saleh, A.  (1997)   Sex-specific habitat utilization by bagworms (Lepidoptera: Psychidae).  Canadian Entomologist 129: 199-200
16. Sasaerila, Y; Gries, G; Khaskin, G; Greis, R; Hardi.  (1997)   Identification of sex pheromone components of nettle caterpillar, Setothosea asigna.  J. Chem. Ecol. 23: 2187-2196 DOI
15. Takacs, S; Gries, G; Gries, R.  (1997)   Semiochemical-mediated location of host habitat by Apanteles carpatus (Say) (Hymenoptera: Braconidae), a parasitoid of clothes moth larvae.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 23: 459-472
14. Borden, JH; Gries, G; Chong, LJ; Werner, RA; Holsten, EH; Wieser, H; Dixon, EA; Cerezke, HF.  (1996)   Regionally-specific bioactivity of two new pheromones for Dendroctonus rufipennis (Kirby) (Col, Scolytidae).  Journal of Applied Entomology-Zeitschrift Fur Angewandte Entomologie 120: 321-326
13. Dunkelblum, E; Mendel, Z; Gries, G; Gries, R; Zegelman, L; Hassner, A; Mori, K.  (1996)   Antennal response and field attraction of the predator Elatophilus hebraicus (Hemiptera: Anthocoridae) to sex pheromones and analogues of three Matsucoccus spp (Homoptera: Matsucoccidae).  Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry 4: 489-494
12. Francke, W; Schroder, F; Philipp, P; Meyer, H; Sinnwell, V; Gries, G.  (1996)   Identification and synthesis of new bicyclic acetals from the mountain pine beetle, Dendroctoaus ponderosae Hopkins (Col: Scol).  Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry 4: 363-374
11. GiblinDavis, RM; Oehlschlager, AC; Perez, A; Gries, G; Gries, R; Weissling, TJ; Chinchilla, CM; Pena, JE; Hallett, RH; Pierce, HD; Gonzalez, LM.  (1996)   Chemical and behavioral ecology of palm weevils (Curculionidae: Rhynchophorinae).  Florida Entomologist 79: 153-167
10. Gray, TG; Shepherd, RF; Gries, G; Gries, R.  (1996)   Sex pheromone component of the western blackheaded budworm, Acleris gloverana Walsingham (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae).  Canadian Entomologist 128: 1135-1142
9. Gries, G; Gries, R; Khaskin, G; Slessor, KN; Grant, GG; Liska, J; Kapitola, P.  (1996)   Specificity of nun and gypsy moth sexual communication through multiple-component pheromone blends.  Naturwissenschaften 83: 382-385
8. Maganga, ME; Gries, G; Gries, R.  (1996)   Repellency of various oils and pine oil constituents to house flies (Diptera: Muscidae).  Environmental Entomology 25: 1182-1187
7. Millar, JG; Knudson, AE; McElfresh, JS; Gries, R; Gries, G; Davis, JH.  (1996)   Sex attractant pheromone of the pecan nut casebearer (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae).  Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry 4: 331-339
6. Perez, AL; Gries, R; Gries, G; Oehlschlager, AC.  (1996)   Transformation of presumptive precursors to frontalin and exo-brevicomin by bark beetles and the West Indian sugarcane weevil (Coleoptera).  Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry 4: 445-450
5. Perez, AL; Hallett, RH; Gries, R; Gries, G; Oehlschlager, AC; Borden, JH.  (1996)   Pheromone chirality of Asian palm weevils, Rhynchophorus ferrugineus (Oliv) and R-vulneratus (Panz) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae).  Journal of Chemical Ecology 22: 357-368
4. Rhainds, M; Gries, G; Chinchilla, C.  (1996)   Development of a sampling method for first instar Oiketicus kirbyi (Lepidoptera: Psychidae) in oil palm plantations.  Journal of Economic Entomology 89: 396-401
3. Rhainds, M; Gries, G; Morales, JL.  (1996)   Oviposition deterrency in pineapple borer females, Thecla basilides (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae).  Ecological Entomology 21: 105-106
2. Tan, ZX; Gries, R; Gries, G; Lin, GQ; Pu, GQ; Slessor, KN; Li, JX.  (1996)   Sex pheromone components of mulberry looper, Hemerophila atrilineata butler (Lepidoptera: Geometridae).  Journal of Chemical Ecology 22: 2263-2271
1. Wilson, IM; Borden, JH; Gries, R; Gries, G.  (1996)   Green leaf volatiles as antiaggregants for the mountain pine beetle, Dendroctonus ponderosae Hopkins (Coleoptera: Scolytidae).  Journal of Chemical Ecology 22: 1861-1875
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