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Hal C. Reed, Ph.D.

Department of Biology, Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, Oklahoma

PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY



PROFESSOR OF BIOLOGY with 27 years of experience teaching a wide variety of biology and general entomology courses.
Broadly trained entomologist and biologist with emphasis in behavior and ecology.
MASTERS AND DOCTORATE degrees in Entomology from Texas A & M and Washington State University, respectively.
Research experience in social insects, biological control, wetlands biomonitoring and insect chemical ecology.
Thirty-nine PUBLICATIONS in peer-reviewed journals; 5 book chapters & 4 extension bulletins;.
Presented 12 seminars at major universities and 31 presentations at scientific meetings.
AWARDED the Graduate Student of the Year, Pacific Branch, Entomological Society of America, 1982; and Scholar of the Year, Oral Roberts University, 1987 & 1993.
U. S. Air Force RESEARCH FELLOW with the Medical Entomology Function in School of Aerospace Medicine, Brooks Air Force Base, Summer 1988, working on stinging insects.
RESEARCH ENTOMOLOGIST with the USDA/ARS, Insect Attractants, Behavior and Basic Biology Research Laboratory (August 1988 - December 1989) working on sex and aggregation pheromones, and host plant attractants in wasps, fruit flies, and moths.
RESEARCH ASSOCIATE with USDA/ARS, Plant Science Research Laboratory, Stillwater, OK, working on biological control of the Russian wheat aphid (1990-1994).
ADJUNCT FACULTY, Entomology and Plant Pathology Department, Oklahoma State University (1992-present).
CO-DIRECTOR, Nature Conservancy study of mitigated wetlands along Creek Turnpike (1993-1998).
FACULTY, Au Sable Institute of Environmental Studies, Michigan (1993-present)
CHAIR OF BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT, August 1, 1996-present
VISITING SCIENTIST with the USDA/ARS, Yakima Agricultural Research Insect Laboratory working on pheromones and host plant attractants in wasps, fruit flies, and moths (August 1999 – August 2000).

RESUME



HAL C. REED

Professor & Chair

Department of Biology

Oral Roberts University

Tulsa, OK 74171

(918) 495-6945, email: hreed@oru.edu

PERSONAL DATA:
Date and place of birth: June 7, 1953; Fresno, California

Height: 6'1" Weight: 170

Widowed, remarried (Mary) and children: three sons (Caleb, Cameron, Christian); one daughter (Courtney)
EDUCATION:
B.S. Summa cum laude: Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, OK, 1975

Major: Biology Minor: Chemistry


M.S. Entomology, Texas A & M University, 1978

Thesis: Nesting ecology of paper wasps (Hymenoptera: Vespidae: Polistes) in Texas urban area.


Ph.D. Entomology, Washington State University, 1982

Dissertation: Biology and behavior of the forest yellowjacket, Vespula acadica (Sladen), and the obligate social parasite, Vespula austriaca (Panzer) (Hymenoptera: Vespidae).


Graduate Curriculum: 28 entomology courses; 2 ecology courses; 4 zoology courses; 2 statistics courses.
RESEARCH/PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:
Fall 1974 Senior research paper on chromosome numbers of Polistes wasps (Hymenoptera: Vespidae). Dr. John Nelson, Oral Roberts University, advisor.
Fall 1975-77 Research assistant, Urban entomology laboratory, Texas A&M Univ. Research on the biology and ecology of paper wasps, parasitoids, domestic cockroaches and oak gall wasps. Drs. G. Frankie and S. B. Vinson, project advisors.
Jan. - Mar. 1976 Field assistant, Costa Rica, Central America. Research on the role of solitary bees in the pollination biology of the lowland tropical dry forest. Dr. Frankie, project advisor.
Feb. 1978- Research assistant, Department of Entomology, Washington State University.
Jan. 1992 Ph.D. research on social parasitism in yellowjackets. Also assisted in behavioral studies on yellowjackets, queen pheromone experiments, studies on effects of volcanic ash on yellowjacket populations, and vespine population dynamics directed by Dr. Roger D. Akre.
June-Aug. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Entomology, Oklahoma State University. Position involved 1983 collecting, dentifying and curating Hymenoptera in Oklahoma. Dr. Bill Drew project advisor.
May-July U.S. Air Force Research Fellow, Medical Entomology Function, Epidemiology Division, School 1988 of Aerospace Medicine, Brooks Air Force Base, Texas. Research and consulting on stinging wasps of South Texas. Lt. Col. Dennis Pinkovsky, Ph.D., project advisor.
Aug. 1988- Visiting Scientist and Research Entomologist, Insect Attractants, Behavior and Basic Biology Dec. 1989 Research Laboratory, USDA/ARS, Gainesville, Florida. Studies on mating biology and alarm and sex pheromones of social wasps, male moth pheromones, and host plant attraction in papaya fruit flies. Dr. Peter Landolt, project leader.

May-Aug. Research Associate, Plant Science and Water Conservation Laboratory USDA/ARS, Stillwater,

1990-1994 Oklahoma. Biological control projects on biology and chemical communication of aphid parasitoids. Dr. Norm Elliott, project leader.
1992-present Adjunct Graduate Faculty, Entomology Department, Oklahoma State University.
Aug. 1999 Visiting Scientist, Yakima Agricultural Research Laboratory, Washington State. Insect chemical

–Aug 2000 ecology projects on wasps, moths and flies. Dr. Peter Landolt, project leader.


RESEARCH INTERESTS:

(1) insect chemical ecology; specifically sex and aggregation pheromones, host plant infochemicals

(2) social wasps and other social insects

(3) biological control

(4) biomonitoring of wetlands

(5) urban entomology

(6) medical entomology & parasitology, specifically insect vectors of disease & insect venom allergy

(7) integrated pest management in developing countries

(8) conservation biology & environmental stewardship
TEACHING EXPERIENCE:
Spring 1980 Insect Behavior. Four lectures presented under the direction of Dr. Roger D. Akre.
Fall 1980 Teaching assistant in laboratory session of Medical Entomology under the direction of Dr. Paul Catts. Responsible for the laboratory session of General Entomology taught by Dr. Roger Akre.
Fall 1981 Instructor of General Entomology, Washington State University.
Fall 1982 Assistant Professor of Biology (1982-86), Associate Professor (1986-1996) and Professor

--present (1996- present), Oral Roberts University.



Teaching responsibilities: Introductory Biology lecture and honors lab, nonmajors Biology, Ecology, General Entomology, Developmental Biology, Bioethics, Parasitology, Introduction to Research, Guest lecture in Philosophy of Science, and Senior Research.

Other Duties: academic advisor for 25-30 students/year, guidance of student research projects, co-advisor of pre-med honors society, chair and departmental administrative functions.
1984-1991 Part-time instructor, Tulsa Junior College: Human Anatomy and Physiology, General Biology and General Zoology.
Summer 1993 Professor & Director of Undergraduate Research Program, Au Sable Institute of Environmental

-present Studies; Mancelona, MI. Courses taught: Insect Biology and Ecology; Animal Ecology; Land Resources; Research Methods; Conservation Biology


Fall 1995 Adjunct Professor of Biological Control (graduate course), Department of Entomology,

Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK. Dr. Russ Wright, Department chair.


Fall 2007 Adjunct Professor, Insect Morphology (graduate course), Dept. of Entomology and Plant Pathology, Oklahoma State University, Dr. J. Edelson, Dept. Head
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS:
Entomological Society of America

Kansas Entomological Society

International Union for the Study of Social Insects

Sigma Xi


TriBeta Society (Biological Sciences Honor Society)

Oklahoma Academy of Sciences

Journal of Insect Behavior

American Association for the Advancement of Science


GRANTS/AWARDS:
1980 Travel Grant, WSU Graduate School
1980 Sigma Xi Grant-in-aid of Research
1981 Finalist: Sigma Xi (WSU Chapter) Competitive Student Research Presentation
1982 Outstanding Graduate Student of the Pacific Branch of the Entomological Society of America
1983 ORU intramural grant: "Distribution of Social Wasps in Oklahoma."
1987 & 1993 Scholar of the Year, Oral Roberts University


    1. Co-director, Creek Turnpike Wetlands Project Oklahoma Nature Conservancy. 5 year project to monitor aquatic plant and macroinvertebrates in mitigated wetland sites. ($15,000 per year)




    1. ORU intramural grant: “Chemical baits for stinging wasps of Oklahoma.”




    1. Principle investigator. Development and assessment of an optimized lure and trap

system for female moths. ($57,000) USDA/ARS Research Career Enhancement program.
2000-2001 Principle investigator. Trapping social wasps in the Galapagos Islands and Neotropics. National Geographic Society. ($5,120)
GRANTS SUBMITTED
1996 Co-investigator. Controls of water quality in portions of the Arkansas River Basin. EPA proposal.
1996, 1999 Contributor. Undergraduate biological sciences education program. Howard Hughes Medical Institute.


    1. Principal investigator. Host cues important to codling moth host finding and oviposition. USDA/ARS Research Career Enhancement program.

2001 Principle Investigator. Biomonitoring of two mitigated wetlands in south Tulsa. Oklahoma Turnpike Authority. $15,000.


2002 Principle Investigator. Repellency of ants by natural products for potential use in small subsistence farm plots. E.C.H.O. and Gordon College collaborative project Using Science to Help the Poor.
2005 Principle Investigator. Fulbright grant for cooperative research sabbatical in Argentina.

PRESENTATION AT SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS:


1977 Entomological Society of America, Washington, DC, "Nesting ecology of Polistes wasps in a Texas urban area."
1979 Entomological Society of America, Denver, "Behavior of the yellowjacket social parasite, Vespula austriaca."
1980 Washington State Entomological Society, Seattle, "Usurpation behavior of the yellowjacket social parasite, V. austriaca."
1982 International Union for the Study of Social Insects, International Congress, Boulder, Colorado, "Divergent strategies of colony usurpation among two obligate vespine parasites (Hymenoptera: Vespinae)."
1984 Entomological Society of America, Southwestern Branch, "Distribution of social wasps (Hymenoptera: Vespidae) in Oklahoma."
1985 Oklahoma Academy of Sciences, "Enhancing chemically-baited yellowjacket traps with color."
Feb. 1988 Entomological Society of America, Southwestern Branch, Dallas, "Evidence for an alarm pheromone in the eastern yellowjacket, Vespula maculifrons."
Mar. 1989 Central States (Kansas) Entomological Society, Annual Meeting, Stillwater, Oklahoma, "A long term alarm pheromone response in the southern yellowjacket, Vespula squamosa."
Dec. 1989 Co-organizer and co-moderator of IUSSI/ESA Section C symposium, "Mating Strategies and Mating Biology of Social Insects," Entomological Society of America, San Antonio, Texas.
Dec. 1989 Entomological Society of America, San Antonio, Texas, "The role of pheromones in the swarming of paper wasp sexuals (Vespidae: Polistes)."
Aug. 1990 International Congress of the International Union for the Study of Social Insects, Bangalore, India, "Evolution of social parasitism in yellowjackets and hornets (Hymenoptera: "Vespidae)."
Nov. 1990 Oklahoma Academy of Sciences, Tulsa, OK, "The swarming of paper wasp sexuals at towers."
Dec. 1991 Entomological Society of America, Reno, Nevada, "Biological attributes of Diaeretiella rapae (Hymenoptera: Aphidiidae), a parasitoid of the Russian wheat aphid" (poster).
Jan. 1992 Fifth Annual Conference on the Russian Wheat Aphid, Ft. Worth, Texas. Comparative life table statistics of Diaeretiella rapae and Aphidius matricariae on the Russian wheat

aphid.
Feb. 1992 Southwestern Branch of the Entomological Society of America, Tulsa, OK. The role of experience in the chemorientation of Diaeretiella rapae to the Russian wheat aphid/wheat complex.


Dec. 1993 Entomological Society of America, Indianapolis. Evidence for a sex attractant in the aphid parasitoid, Aphidius colemani, with potential use in field studies.

Dec. 1994 Entomological Society of America, Dallas, TX Olfactory responses of the parasitoid, Diaeretiella rapae to two plant-aphid complexes (display poster).


Nov. 1996 Oklahoma Academy of Sciences, Technical meeting, Oklahoma City. Use of vegetative surveys in monitoring the development of mitigated wetlands.
May 1997 Medical importance of stinging ants, bees and wasps (Insecta: Hymenoptera); University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Research Day; Tulsa, OK; poster session
Nov. 1997 Oklahoma Academy of Sciences, 86th annual technical meeting, . “Mitigated wetlands near the Creek Turnpike: success or failure?”, Univ. of Science & Arts of Oklahoma
April 1998 Team Wetlands national conference, “Biomonitoring in mitigated wetlands—natural successions along the Creek Nation Turnpike” , Washington, D. C..
Nov. 2000 An unusual case of polygyny in a northern temperate yellowjacket species (Hymenoptera: Vespidae: Vespula), Biological Sciences section of the annual meeting of the Oklahoma Academy of Sciences, Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, OK
Dec. 2000 Flight responses of female codling moths (Cydia pomonella L.;Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) in a wind tunnel. Annual Meeting of Entomolgical Society of America, Montreal, Canada
Nov. 2001 Invasive social wasps of the Galapagos Islands. Technical meeting. Oklahoma Academy of Sciences. Cameron University, Lawton, OK.
Dec. 2001 The behavioral ecology of invasive Vespidae: What makes them invasive? By P. Landolt and H. Reed (co-author). Annual Meeting of Entomolgical Society of America, San Diego, CA.
Nov. 2002 Field testing of candidate chemical attractants for social wasps (Hymenoptera: Vespidae) by Hal C. Reed (presenter) and Peter Landolt. Annual Meeting of Entomological Society of America, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
Nov. 2002 Co-organizer of symposium Behavioral modification: a critical component of social insect IPM. Annual Meeting of Entomological Society of America, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
Nov. 2002 Development of chemical attractants and baits for controlling social wasps. Symposium address. By Peter Landolt and Hal Reed (presenter). Annual Meeting of Entomological Society of America, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
Oct. 2004 Status of the threatened plants: Lake Huron Tansy and Pitcher’s thistle at the Antrim Creek Natural Area” to the Antrim County, Michigan Planning Commission.
Nov. 2004 Population Studies of the Rare and Threatened Plants, the Pitcher’s Thistle (Cirsium pitcheri) and the Lake Huron Tansy (Tanacetum huronense) in a Great Lakes Dune Ecosystem. Oklahoma Academy of Sciences, Biological Sciences – Botany section
Aug 2006 Chemical ecology of social wasps: current status and future trends in the symposium on Social Insect Semiochemicals and was part of the XVth International Congress of the International Union for the Study of Social Insects, held in Washington, D.C. July 30th through August 4th, 2006.
Dec 2007 Pheromones of paper wasps (Polistes) and yellowjackets (Vespinae): current

status and future trends in the symposium titled “Connecting the Colony – Building Social Complexity through Pheromones’ at the Entomological Society of America held in San Diego, CA on Dec. 9-12, 2007.


Nov. 2008 Foraging attractants of yellowjackets (Hymenoptera: Vespidae: Vespinae) in the symposium on Insect Attractants at annual meeting of the Entomological Society of America held in Reno, NV in Nov. 2008.
SEMINARS:
"Social parasitism in yellowjacket wasps," Entomology Dept., Clemson University, SC, July, 1984.
"Nesting biology and behavior of social wasps," Entomology Dept., Oklahoma State Univ., October, 1984.
"Major hypotheses in the evolution of social behavior in insects," Department of Entomology, Oklahoma State University, October 12, 1984.
"Biology and behavior of social wasps," University of Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand, June 1987.
"Stinging wasps of South Texas," Epidemiology Division, School of Aerospace Medicine, Brooks Air Force Base, June 1988; and Allergy Clinic, Wilford Hall, USAF Medical Center, Lackland Air Force Base, July 1988.
"Mating strategies of paper wasps," Department of Entomology, University of Florida, October 25, 1989.
"A tall tale of wasp mating swarms," Entomology Dept., Univ. California-Riverside, April 18, 1990.
"A tall tale of paper wasp mating swarms" Entomology Dept., Oklahoma State University, October 1991.
"O wasp where is thy sting?" Regional convention of TriBeta Biological Honor Society, Oklahoma Biological Station, (April 1994) and Oklahoma Academy of Sciences field meeting (October 1994.)
"Stinging Hymenoptera: Biology and Medical Importance" at the College of Osteopathic Medicine, Oklahoma State University, Tulsa, March 19, 1996.
"Healing the Land" guest on KCFO-AM radio show Our Kitchen Table, Tulsa, January 6, 1996.

.

“Stewardship of clean water” Family Magazine television program (March 2, 1998), Channel 47


“Venomous Hymenoptera: Is the Sting the Thing?” USDA/ARS, Yakima Agricultural Research Laboratory, January 25, 2000.
“Development of attractants for native and invasive social wasps: examples from Oklahoma and the Galapagos islands.” Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK. Nov. 14, 2001.
“Chemical ecology of yellowjackets (Hymenoptera: Vespidae: Vespinae): current status and future trends”

Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK. January 12, 2005.


“Medical aspects of stinging Hymenoptera” Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK. January 2009.
WORKSHOPS:
Co-leader of insect pest management workshops for agricultural missionaries, 2nd annual Agricultural Missions Conference, Ft. Meyers, FL, Oct. 30-Nov. 2, 1995.

CONSULTING:

Hollister-Stier Pharmaceutical Co., Spokane, WA, 1986

Educational Concerns for Hunger Organization (ECHO), N. Fort Myers, FL.

Oklahoma Biodiversity Council.

REVIEWER FOR:

Outdoor Oklahoma

American Midland Naturalist

Annals of the Entomological Society of America

- Proceedings Oklahoma Academy of Science

Kansas Entomological Society

Insectes Sociaux

William C. Brown Publ. (Laboratory Anatomy of the Fetal Pig)

The Science of Entomology textbook (Romoser)

Environmental Entomology

Ethology, Ecology and Evolution



Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology
PUBLICATIONS:


  1. Frankie, G. W., D. L. Morgan, M. J. Gaylor, J. G. Benskin, W. E. Clark, H. C. Reed and P. J. Hamman. 1977. The mealy oak gall on ornamental live oak in Texas. Texas Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull. MP-1315. 12p.




  1. Reed, H. C. and S. B. Vinson. 1979. Observations of the life history and behavior of Elasmus polistis Burks (Hymenoptera: Elasmidae). J. Kansas Ent. Soc. 52:247-257.




  1. Reed, H. C. and S. B. Vinson. 1979. Nesting ecology of paper wasps (Polistes) in a Texas urban area (Hymenoptera:Vespidae). J. Kansas Ent. Soc. 52:673-89.




  1. Reed, H. C., R. D. Akre and W. B Garnett. 1979. A North American host of the yellowjacket social parasite, Vespula austriaca (Panzer) (Hymenoptera: Vespidae). Ent. News 90:110-113.




  1. Carmean, D., R. D. Akre, R. S. Zack and H. C. Reed. 1981. Notes on the yellowjacket parasite, Bareogonalis canadensis (Hymenoptera: Trigonalidae). Ent. News 92:23-26.




  1. Akre, R. D. and H. C. Reed. 1981. A polygynous colony of Vespula pensylvanica (Saussure) (Hymenoptera: Vespidae). Ent. News 92:27-31.




  1. Akre, R. D. and H. C. Reed. 1981. Population cycles of yellowjackets in the Pacific Northwest (Hymenoptera: Vespidae). Environ. Ent. Forum 10:267-274.




  1. Hung, A. C. F., H. C. Reed and S. B. Vinson. 1981. Chromosomes of four species of Polistes wasps (Hymenoptera: Vespidae). Carylogia 24:225-230.




  1. Akre, R. D., L. D. Hansen, H. C. Reed and L. Corpus. 1981. Effects of ash from Mt. St. Helens on ants and yellowjackets. Melanderia 37:1-19.




  1. Akre, R. D., H. C. Reed and P. J. Landolt. 1982. Nesting biology and behavior of the blackjacket, Vespula consobrina (Hymenoptera: Vespidae). J. Kansas Ent. Soc. 55:373-405.




  1. Reed, H. C. and R. D. Akre. 1982. Morphological comparisons between the obligate social parasite, Vespula austriaca (Panzer) and the host, Vespula acadica (Sladen) (Hymenoptera: Vespidae). Psyche 89:183-195.




  1. Akre, R. D. and H. C. Reed. 1983. Evidence for a queen pheromone in Vespula. Can. Ent. 115:371-377.




  1. Reed, H. C. and R. D. Akre. 1983. Colony behavior of the obligate social parasite, Vespula austriaca (Hymenoptera: Vespidae). Insectes Sociaux 30:259-273.




  1. Reed, H. C. and R. D. Akre. 1983. Nesting biology of the forest yellowjacket, Vespula acadica (Sladen) (Hymenoptera: Vespidae). Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 76:582-590.




  1. Reed, H. C. and R. D. Akre. 1983. Comparative colony behavior of the forest yellowjacket, Vespula acadica (Sladen) (Hymenoptera: Vespidae). J. Kansas Ent. Soc. 56:581-606.




  1. Reed, H. C. and R. D. Akre. 1983. Usurpation behavior of the yellowjacket social parasite, Vespula austriaca (Panzer) (Hymenoptera: Vespidae). Amer. Midl. Naturalist. 110: 419-432.




  1. Schmidt, J. O., H. C. Reed and R. D. Akre. 1984. Venom of Vespula austriaca (Panzer), a parasitic yellowjacket (Hymenoptera: Vespidae). J. Kansas Ent. Soc. 57:316-322.




  1. Akre, R. D. and H. C. Reed. 1984. The biology and distribution of social Hymenoptera. Chapt. 1 in Vol. 2, Insect Poisons, Allergens, and other Invertebrate Venoms) In A. Tu (ed.) Encyclopedia Handbooks of Natural Toxins. Vols.1-5 Marcel Dekker: NY .




  1. Akre, R. D. and H. C. Reed. 1984. Vespine Defense. In Hermann, H. R. (ed.) Defensive Mechanisms of the Social Insecta. Praeger: New York (pp. 59-94).




  1. Reed, H. C. and J. Nelson. 1985. Distribution of social wasps (Hymenoptera: Vespidae) in Oklahoma. Southwest. Ent. 10:95-102.




  1. Reed, H. C., J. Gallego and J. Nelson. 1988. Morphological evidence for polygyny in postemergence colonies of the red paper wasp, Polistes perplexus Cresson (Hymenoptera:Vespidae). J. Kansas Ent. Soc. 61:453-63.




  1. Reed, H. C. and P. J. Landolt. 1990. Sex attraction in the paper wasp, Polistes exclamans Viereck (Hymenoptera: Vespidae) in a wind tunnel. J. Chem Ecol. 16:1277-87.




  1. Landolt, P. J. and H. C. Reed. 1990. Behavior of the papaya fruit fly (Diptera: Tephritidae): host finding and oviposition. Environ. Entomol. 19: 1305-1310.




  1. Pinkston, K., H. C. Reed and R. Wright. 1990. Stinging bees and wasps. Oklahoma State University Extension Bulletin. 6p.




  1. Reed, H. C. and R. D. Akre. 1990. Evolution of social parasitism in yellowjackets and hornets (Hymenoptera: Vespidae: Vespinae). pp. 160-161 IN Vereesh, G. K. et. al. (eds) Social Insects and the Environment. Proc. 11th Inter. Congr. I.U.S.S.I. Bangalore, India.




  1. Reed, H. C. and P. J. Landolt. 1990. Queens of the southern yellowjacket, Vespula squamosa (Drury), produce sex attractant (Hymenoptera: Vespidae). Florida Entomol. 73: 687-689.




  1. Reed, H.C. and P. J. Landolt. 1991. Swarming of paper wasp sexuals at towers in Florida. Ann. Entomol. Soc. Amer. 84:628-635.




  1. Landolt, P. J., H. C. Reed, and R. R. Heath. 1992. Attraction of female papaya fruit fly (Diptera: Tephritidae) to male pheromone and host fruit. Environ. Entomol. 2l:ll54-ll59.




  1. Reed, H. C. and P. J. Landolt. 1992. Introduction to Symposium on Mating Biology and Mating Strategies in Social Insects. J. Kansas Entomol. Soc. 65: 209-210.




  1. Reed, H. C., D. K. Reed, and N. C. Elliott. 1992. Comparative life table statistics of Diaeretiella rapae and Aphidius matricariae (Hymenoptera: Aphidiidae) on Russian wheat aphid in the laboratory. Southwestern Entomol. 17: 307-312.




  1. Reed, H. C., S. Tan, D. K. Reed, N.C. Elliott, J.D. Burd, and T. Walker. 1994. Evidence for a sex attractant in Aphidius colemani Viereck (Hymenoptera: Aphidiidae), with potential use in field studies. S.W. Entomol. 19: 273-278.




  1. Reed, H.C., S.H. Tan, K. Haapanen, M. Killmon, D. K. Reed, and N.C. Elliott. 1995. Olfactory responses of the parasitoid Diaeretiella rapae (Hymenoptera: Aphidiidae) to the odor of plants, aphids, and aphid-plant complexes. J. Chem. Ecol. 21: 407-418.




  1. Landolt, P. J., R. R. Heath, H. C. Reed and K. Manning. 1995. Pheromonal mediation of alarm in the eastern yellowjacket, Vespula maculifrons (Buysson) (Hymenoptera: Vespidae). Fla. Entomol. 78: 101-108.




  1. Reed, H. C., K. Pinkston and R. Wright. 1995. Paper wasps, yellowjackets and other stinging wasps. Oklahoma Extension Facts. F-7305. 6 p.




  1. Wright, R., P. Mulder, K. Pinkston, and H. Reed. 1996. Honey bees, Bumble bees, Carpenter bees, and Sweat bees. OSU Extension Facts F-7317.




  1. Landolt, P.J., R.L. Jeanne and H.C. Reed. 1998. Chemical communication in Social Wasps. Chap. 9 In Vandermeer, R. (ed.). Pheromone Communication in Social Insects—ants, wasps, bees, and termites. Westview Press.



  1. Landolt, P. J. H. C. Reed, and R. R. Heath. 1999. An alarm pheromone from the heads of worker southern yellowjackets, Vespula squamosa (Drury) (Hymenoptera: Vespidae). Florida. Entomol. (Scientific Notes). 82: 356-359.




  1. Landolt, P.J., H. C. Reed, J.R. Aldrich, A.L. Antonelli, and C. Dickey. 1999. Social wasps (Hymenoptera: Vespidae) trapped with acetic acid and isobutanol. Florida Entomol. 82: 609-614.




  1. Reed, H. C. and P. J. Landolt. 2000. Application of alarm pheromone to targets to southern yellowjackets,

Vespula squamosa Drury (Hymenoptera: Vespidae). Florida Entomol. 83: 193-196.


  1. Landolt, P.J. , C. S. Smithhisler, H. C. Reed and L. McDonough. 2000. Trapping social wasps (Hymenoptera: Vespidae) with acetic acid and saturated short chain alcohols. J. Econ. Entomol. 93: 1613-1618.




  1. Landolt, P. J., T. Adams, H. C. Reed and R. Zack. 2001. Trapping alfalfa loopers Autographa californica with single and double component floral lures. Journal of Economic Entomology 30: 667-672.




  1. Reed, H. C. and P. J. Landolt. 2002. Attraction of mated female codling moths to infested apples in a

wind tunnel bioassay. Florida Entomol. 85: 324-329.


  1. Akre, R. D. and H. C. Reed. 2002. Ants, Bees, and Wasps. Chapter 19 IN: Mullen, G. and L. Durden (eds.) Medical and Veterinary Entomology. Academic Press.




  1. Reed, H. C. and P. J. Landolt. 2002. Trap response of Michigan social wasps to the candidate feeding attractants acetic acid, isobutanol and heptyl butyrate. Great Lakes Entomologist 35: 71-77.




  1. Landolt, P.J., H.C. Reed and Dalton Ellis. 2003. Trapping yellowjackets (Hymenoptera: Vespidae) with heptyl butyrate emitted from controlled-release dispensers. Florida Entomol. 86: 323-328




  1. Reed, H. C. and P. J. Landolt. 2006. Late season polygynous Vespula pensylvanica (Hymenoptera : Vespidae) colonies in a northern temperate area. Pan. Pacific Entomol. 81: 164-170.




  1. Reed, H.C. and Landolt, P.J. 2009. Ants, Bees, and Wasps. Chapter 19 IN: Mullen, G. and L. Durden (eds.) Medical and Veterinary Entomology. Academic Press.




  1. Landolt, P.J., H.Reed, KR Landolt, JM Sierra, R Zack. 2009. Southern yellowjacket Vespula squamosa Drury in Guatemala, Central America. Proc. N.Y. Entomol. Soc. 111:426-432.

REFERENCES:

Dr. John Nelson, Professor Emeritus, Department of Biology

Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, OK 74171

(918) 495-6931; FAX (918) 495-6297; jnelson@oru.edu
Dr. John Korstad, Professor, Department of Biology

Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, OK 74171

(918) 495-6942; FAX (918) 495-6297; jkorstad@oru.edu
Dr. Peter Landolt, Research Entomologist, USDA/ARS, Yakima Agricultural Research Laboratory, 5230 Konnowac, WA 98951. (509) 454-6551; FAX (509) 454-5646; landolt@yarl.ars.usda.gov
Dr.David Mahan, Associate Director, Au Sable Institute of Environmental Studies

7526 Sunset Trail NE, Mancelona, MI 49659



(231) 587-8686.; FAX (231) 587-5353; DCMahan@aol.com


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