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Cisneros, J., Goulson, D., Derwent, L.C., Penagos, D.I., Hernández, O. & Williams, T.  (2002) Toxic effects of spinosad on predatory insects.  Biological Control 23, 156-163.

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Méndez, W.A., Valle, J., Ibarra, J.E., Cisneros, J., Penagos, D.I. & Williams, T. (2002) Spinosad and nucleopolyhedrovirus mixtures for control of Spodoptera frugiperda (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in maize.  Biological Control 25, 195-206.

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Williams, T., Valle, J. & Viñuela, E. (2003) Is the naturally-derived insecticide Spinosad compatible with insect natural enemies? Biocontrol Science & Technology 13, 459-475.  

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Bond, J.G., Marina, C.F., & Williams, T. (2004) The naturally-derived insecticide spinosad is highly toxic to Aedes and Anopheles mosquito larvae. Medical & Veterinary Entomology 18, 50-56.

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Williams, T., Cisneros, J., Penagos, D.I., Valle, J. & Tamez-Guerra, P. (2004) Ultra-low rates of spinosad in phagostimulant granules provide control of Spodoptera frugiperda in maize. Journal of Economic Entomology 97, 422-428.

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Penagos, D.I., Cisneros, J., Hernández, O. & Williams, T. (2005) Toxicity of the naturally-derived insecticide spinosad to parasitoids of Spodoptera frugiperda (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Biocontrol Science & Technology 15, 81-95.

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Pérez, C.M., Marina, C.F., Bond, J.G., Rojas, J.C., Valle, J. & Williams, T. (2007) Spinosad, a naturally-derived insecticide, for control of Aedes aegypti: efficacy, persistence and oviposition response. Journal of Medical Entomology 44, 631 - 638.

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Ruiz, L., Flores, S., Cancino, J., Arredondo, J., Valle, J., Díaz-Fleischer, F., & Williams, T. (2008) Lethal and sublethal effects of spinosad-based GF-120 bait on the tephritid parasitoid Diachasmimorpha longicaudata (Hymenoptera: Braconidae). Biological Control 44, 296-304.

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Antonio, G.E., Sánchez, D., Williams, T. & Marina, C.F. (2009) Paradoxical effects of sublethal exposure to the naturally-derived insecticide spinosad in the dengue vector mosquito, Aedes aegypti. Pest Management Science 65, 323-326.

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Marina, C.F., Bond, J.G., Casas, M., Muñoz, J., Orozco, A., Valle, J., & Williams, T. (2011) Spinosad as an effective larvicide for control of Aedes albopictus and Aedes aggypti, vectors of dengue in southern Mexico. Pest Management Science 67, 114–121.

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Infante-Rodríguez, D.A., Novelo-Gutiérrez, R., Mercado, G. & Williams, T. (2011) Spinosad toxicity to Simulium spp. larvae and associated aquatic biota in a coffee-growing region of Veracruz State, Mexico. Journal of Medical Entomology 48, 570-576.

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Marina, C.F., Bond, J.G., Muñoz, J., Valle, J., Chirino, N. & Williams, T. (2012) Spinosad: a biorational mosquito larvicide for use in car tires in southern Mexico. Parasites & Vectors 5, 95.

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Marina, C.F., Bond, JG, Muñoz, J., Valle, J., Novelo-Gutiérrez, R. & Williams, T. (2014) Efficacy and non-target impact of spinosad, Bti and temephos larvicides for control of Anopheles spp. in an endemic malaria region of southern Mexico. Parasites & Vectors 7, 55.
 

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