60f Pujade, Juli 1960- [WorldCat Identities]
WorldCat Identities

Pujade, Juli 1960-

Overview
Works: 44 works in 81 publications in 4 languages and 137 library holdings
Genres: Classification  Field guides  Scientific atlases 
Roles: Author, Contributor, Other
Classifications: QL568.C4, 630
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by Juli Pujade
Chalcidoidea y Mymarommatoidea (Hymenoptera) de un sabinar de <Juniperus thurifera> L. en Los Monegros, Zaragoza by R. R Askew( Book )

7 editions published in 2001 in Spanish and held by 23 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Fonaments de zoologia dels artròpodes by Jesús Selfa( Book )

4 editions published in 2002 in Catalan and Spanish and held by 15 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Guia dels insectes dels Països Catalans by Juli Pujade( Book )

7 editions published in 1986 in Catalan and held by 11 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Nuevo atlas de zoología. Invertebrados by Juli Pujade( )

5 editions published in 1986 in Spanish and Undetermined and held by 10 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Guia dels insectes dels països catalans by Juli Pujade( Book )

5 editions published in 1986 in Catalan and held by 7 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Les Zoocecídies de les plantes de Catalunya by Antoni Vilarrúbia( Book )

2 editions published in 1986 in Catalan and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Les zoocecídies de les plantes de Catalunya by Antoni Villarúbia( )

2 editions published in 1986 in Catalan and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Nou atlas de zoología. Invertebrats by Juli Pujade( Book )

3 editions published in 1986 in Catalan and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Les Insectes du chêne vert (Quercus ilex L.) dans la forêt de Tafat Les insectes d'une forêt méditerranéenne by Farida Benia( )

1 edition published in 2013 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Catalogue of parasitoids and inquilines in cynipid oak galls in the west Palaearctic by R. R Askew( Book )

3 editions published in 2013 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A quantitative catalogue of the parasitoids (almost exclusively Chalcidoidea) and inquiline Cynipidae recorded in the western Palaearctic from galls induced on Quercus by Cynipidae (Cynipini) is presented. Quantitative and national data are included with bibliographic references to almost all records published in 2011 and earlier. The catalogue is followed by two checklists, firstly one of the Chalcidoidea with numbers of each species recorded from each type of host gall (galls of the sexual and asexual generations of the host gall wasps are listed separately), and secondly one of inquiline Cynipidae with host galls. Compared to non-oak gall wasps, the Cynipini support a much larger parasitoid and especially inquiline fauna, and this fauna is very largely restricted at the species level to Cynipini galls. About one hundred chalcidoid species are recorded from galls of Cynipini, distributed over six families: Pteromalidae and Eulophidae (29 species each), Torymidae (21 species), Eurytomidae (10 species), Eupelmidae (8 species) and Ormyridae (at least 2 species). Polyphagy is usual in the chalcidoid parasitoids, most species having a broad host gall range, but quantitatively the fauna of each type of oak gall is rather characteristic and is strongly influenced by gall morphology, situation on the tree, season of growth and host tree species. These and other extrinsic factors restrict the full exploitation of the chalcidoids' potential host gall range
Album de la station thermo-hyémale du docteur Pujade ... by J Pujade( Book )

2 editions published in 1863 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Taxonomical revision of subfamily Anacharitinae (Hymenoptera: Cynipoidea: Figitidae) by Noel Mata Casanova( )

2 editions published in 2018 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Superfamily Cynipoidea (Hymenoptera: Apocrita) includes two very different groups of organismes. Macrocynipoids is a paraphyletic group of parasitoids of wood-bearing beetle larvae, characterized by its big size, and with a very low biodiversity. Microcynipoids, on the other hand, are a monophyletic group of smaller wasps (up to 3mm) with two distinct ways of life: while Cynipidae are gall-makers, Figitidae are parasitoids of endopterygot insects. Family Figitidae (Hymenoptera: Cynipodea) includes twelve subfamilies of parasitic wasps. Anacharitinae is one of those, characterized by being parasitoids of the aphid-feeding larvae of Hemerobiidae (Neuroptera). This subfamily included eight genera – Acanthaegilips Ashmead, 1897; Aegilips Haliday, 1835; Anacharis Dalman, 1823; Calofigites Kieffer, 1909; Hexacharis Kieffer, 1907; Proanacharis, 1996; Solenofigites Díaz, 1979 and Xyalaspis Hartig, 1843 – with most of its biodiversity located in the Neotropical and Palaearctic regions. The knowledge of the subfamily was scarce and outdated, and except for Acanthaegilips, there were no recent revisions on the taxonomical status of Anacharitinae species. The diversity of the subfamily in some of the most biodivresity-rich bioregions had not been studied. Thus, a revision was needed. The present Thesis has prosecuted three main objectives: i) studying the Anacharitinae global biodiversity, ii) studying the biology and relationships of its members and their hosts, iii) make the results accessible to the scientific community. These objectives have been accomplished through exmining all the type material of the previously described species, along with large series of unidentified material, deposited in scientific institutions all around the world. The results have been synthetized in identification keys fully illustrated and published in scientific journals with impact factor. The study of Anacharitinae material has led to the following taxonomical changes have been made: - Two new genera have been described: Acanthaegilopsis Pujade-Villar, 2013 and Cornaegilips Mata-Casanova & Pujade-Villar, 2017, the first with teo known species and the former with just one species. - Genera Calofigites, Hexacharis, Proanacharis and Solenofigites do not present changes regarding their taxonomical status. Calofigites comprises two species, while the other three remain as monotypic genera. - Regarding genus Anacharis, 12 species are considered still valid, while 10 are not considered valid anymore: 6 are synonyms, 2 have been designated as incertae sedis, and 2 have been moved to other genera (Aegilips and Figites Latreille, 1802). 8 new species have been described. - Regarding genus Xyalaspis, 8 species are considered still valid, while 5 are not considered valid anymore: 4 are synonyms, and 1 has been moved to other genera (Aegilips). 14 new species have been described. The study of Anacharitinae material has led to the following changes in the known distribution areas of the subfamily: - For the Afrotropical region, 4 genera and 11 species are known to be found there., with one endemic genus: Acanthaegilopsis. - For Asia (includying both the Eastern Palaearctic and the Indomalayan regions), 4 genera and 13 species are known to be found there, 5 of them being found in the Indomalayan region, which holded no previous Anacharitinae records. - For the Australasian region, 3 genera and 4 species are known to be found there. - For the Nearctic region, 4 genera and 17 species are found there, with one endemic genus: Hexacharis. -For the Neotropical region, 7 genera and 39 species are known to be found there. 4 genera are endemic of the region: Acanthaegilips, Calofigites, Cornaegilips and Solenofigites
Species composition and seasonal dynamics of aphid parasitoids and hyperparasitoids in wheat fields in northern China by Fan Yang( )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Evaluation of biological control agents against Monochamus galloprovincialis (Coleoptera: cerambycidae) in Portugal = Evaluación de los agentes de control biológico contra Monochamus galloprovincialis (Coleoptera: cerambycidae) en Portugal by Ricardo Neves Petersen Silva( )

2 editions published in 2015 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Pine wilt disease is the result of a complex interaction between a nematode, a host tree and an insect vector. The pine wood nematode (PWN) Bursaphelenchus xylophilus (Steiner and Buhrer) Nickle is the causal agent, being pines the most important hosts. To be dispersed between hosts the nematode requires a vector insect, being the most effective the cerambycid beetles of the genus Monochamus Dejan. The first detection of PWN in Portugal occurred in 1999, and in 2001 it was associated with its local vector; the pine sawyer Monochamus galloprovincialis (Olivier). Since then M. galloprovincialis has been the main focus of a complex and detailed strategic plan to fight this disease. Management and control strategies against PWN are directed in three ways; controlling the nematode's populations; creation of trees resistant to the disease and avoiding the spread of the nematode by the dispersal of vector insects, being presently the most effective one. This is done with the implementation of strict sanitary measures in affected forests, by locating, felling and removing/destroying symptomatic trees during autumn and winter, to prevent adult emergences carrying the PWN. During spring and summer, M. galloprovincialis adults are exhaustively controlled by the use of baited traps, diminishing beetles populations. Despite such efforts, the PWN still causes significant mortality in native maritime pine forests in Portugal, and between 2000 and 2007 the number of felled pine trees with wilting symptoms significantly increased, causing significant economic and environmental impacts. Simultaneously, the spread of wilt disease to Spain underlines the necessity to develop and promote innovative control strategies against this sanitary problem. With the intention of developing new biological control strategies, the works here presented were focused on: i) improving a laboratory reared population of M. galloprovincialis, ii) reveal M. galloprovincialis actual distribution and the associated parasitoid guild, iii) discover the most promising entomopathogenic fungi associated with this insect and an effective method for field application. The initial studies concerning the artificial rearing of a laboratory population of M. galloprovincialis allowed the attainment of adults on shorter periods and with less effort. Such objective was successfully accomplished by the development of an artificial rearing substrate which is cheaper to produce and does not require fresh pine material recently extracted from live trees. Concerning the unveil of the insect distribution across the country and its parasitoid guild, it was found that the cerambycidae is present on more than 90% of the surveyed regions, without showing signs of strong susceptibilities to the edaphoclimatic variations of each site. Also, the parasitoid guild associated with this insect showed to be relatively disperse and diverse across the studied regions. Most of the parasitoids found were larval parasitoids, being the most common among them Cyanopterus flavator (Fabricius). Regarding the assays with entomopathogenic fungi, it was revealed that Beauveria bassiana (Bals.-Criv.) Vuill was an important mortality agent for M. galloprovincialis adults while Metarhizium sp. strongly affected the larvae of this insect. A successful application method was also developed using fiber bands to impregnate entomopathogenic fungi under laboratory conditions. It is now possible to state that it was comprehensively studied the parasitoid guild associated with the pine sawyer and the effects of the more common entomopathogenic fungi found in Portugal and associated with this beetle, being now unveiled the basis for a biological control program against M. galloprovincialis populations
Revision of the types of species of Alloxysta described by Cameron and Fergusson (Hymenoptera: figitidae: charipinae) and deposited in the Natural History Museum (London), including a key to the fauna of Great Britain by Mar Ferrer-Suay( Book )

2 editions published in 2013 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Type material of the species of Alloxysta described by Cameron and Fergusson and deposited in the Natural History Museum of London has been revised. Seven species are considered valid: Alloxysta abdera Fergusson, 1986, A. basimacula (Cameron, 1886), A. crassa (Cameron, 1889), A. mullensis (Cameron, 1883), A. piceomaculata (Cameron, 1883), A. pleuralis (Cameron, 1879) and A. semiaperta Fergusson, 1986. A. basimacula, A. crassa, A. maculicollis (Cameron, 1886), A. perplexa (Cameron, 1889) and A. piceomaculata are here removed from synonymy with A. macrophadna (Hartig, 1841). A. rufi ceps (Cameron, 1883) is removed from synonymy with A. victrix (Westwood, 1833). A. caledonica (Cameron, 1886) and A. perplexa are here synonymized with A. basimacula. A. maculicollis, A. ruficeps and A. ruficollis (Cameron, 1883) are here synonymized with A. castanea (Hartig, 1841). A. ancylocera (Cameron, 1886) was correctly synonymized with A. fuscicornis (Hartig, 1841), A. curvicornis (Cameron, 1883) was correctly synonymized with A. victrix and A. filicornis (Cameron, 1889) was correctly synonymized with A. macrophadna. Complete redescriptions and illustrations are given for valid species. A key for all the Alloxysta species found so far in Great Britain is given
Itinerari de la natura : la Roca del Vallès by Xavier Sanz i Carreras( Book )

2 editions published in 1981 in Catalan and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Species composition and richness of aphid parasitoid wasps in cotton fields in northern China by Fan Yang( )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Herbivores, saprovores and natural enemies respond differently to within-field plant characteristics of wheat fields by Berta Caballero-López( )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

 
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Alternative Names
Juli Pujade-Villar entomoloog

Juli Pujade-Villar researcher

Pujade i Villar, J.

Pujade i Villar, J. 1960-

Pujade i Villar, J. (Juli), 1960-

Pujade i Villar, Juli.

Pujade i Villar, Juli 1960-

Pujade i Villar, Julia

Pujade i Villar, Julia 1960-

Pujade, J.

Pujade, J. 1960-

Pujade, J. (Juli), 1960-

Pujade, Juli.

Pujade, Juli 1960-

Pujade-Villar, J.

Pujade-Villar, J. 1960-

Pujade-Villar, J. (Juli), 1960-

Pujade-Villar, Juli

Pujade-Villar, Juli 1960-

Villar, Juli Pujade i.

Languages
Catalan (24)

Spanish (14)

English (12)

French (5)