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Griese, E., Dicke, M., Hilker, M., and Fatouros, N.E. (2017) Plant response to butterfly eggs: inducibility, severity and success of egg-killing leaf necrosis depends on plant genotype and egg clustering. Scientific Reports, 7, 7316

Fatouros, N.E., Cusumano, A., Danchin, E.G.J., and Colazza, S. (2016) Prospects of pest-killing defenses for sustainable crop protection. Ecology and Evolution, 6, 6906-6918

Hilker, M., and Fatouros, N.E. (2016). Resisting the onset of herbivore attack: plants perceive and respond to insect eggs. Current Opinion Plant Biology, 32, 9-16.

Ponzio, C., Cascone, P., Cusumano, A., Weldegergis, B.T., Fatouros, N.E., Guerrieri, E., Dicke, M. & Gols, R. (2016) Volatile-mediated foraging behaviour of three parasitoid species under conditions of dual insect herbivore attack. Animal Behavior, 111, 197-206.

Pashalidou, F.G., Fatouros, N.E., van Loon, J.J.A., Dicke, M. & Gols, R. (2015c) Plant-mediated effects of butterfly egg deposition on subsequent caterpillar and pupal development, across different species of wild Brassicaceae. Ecological Entomology, 40, 444-450.

Fatouros, N.E., Paniagua Voirol, L.R., Drizou, F., Doan, T.Q., Pineda, A., Frago, E. & van Loon, J.J.A. (2015) Role of Large Cabbage White butterfly male-derived compounds in elicitation of direct and indirect egg-killing defenses in the black mustard. Frontiers in Plant Science, 6, 794.

Cusumano, A., Weldegergis, B., Colazza, S., Dicke, M. & Fatouros, N.E. (2015) Attraction of egg-killing parasitoids toward induced plant volatiles in a multi-herbivore context. Oecologia, 179, 163-174.

Pashalidou, F.G., Frago, E., Griese, E., Poelman, E., van Loon, J.J.A., Dicke, M. & Fatouros, N.E. (2015b) Early herbivore alert matters: plant-mediated effects of egg deposition on higher trophic levels benefit plant fitness. Ecology Letters, 18, 927-936.

Hilker, M. & Fatouros, N.E. (2015). Plant responses to insect egg deposition. Annual Review of Entomology, 60, 493-515.

Pashalidou, F.G., Gols, R., Berkhout, B., Weldegergis, B., van Loon, J.J.A., Dicke, M. & Fatouros, N.E. (2015a). To be in time: egg deposition enhances plant-mediated detection of young caterpillars by parasitoids. Oecologia, 177, 477-486.

Fatouros, N. E., Pineda, A., Huigens, M. E., Broekgaarden, C., Shimwela, M. M., Figueroa Candia, I. A., Verbaarschot, P. & Bukovinszky, T. (2014). Synergistic effects of direct and indirect defences on herbivore egg survival in a wild crucifer. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 281, 20141254.

Pashalidou, F.G., Lucas-Barbosa, D., van Loon, J.J.A, Dicke, M. & Fatouros, N.E. (2013). Phenotypic plasticity of plant response to herbivore eggs: effects on resistance to caterpillars and plant development. Ecology, 94, 702-713.

Kruidhof, M.H., Pashalidou, F.G., Fatouros, N.E., Figueroa Candia, I.A., Vet, L.E.M., Smid, H.M. & Huigens, M.E. (2012). Reward value determines memory consolidation in parasitic wasps. PloSONE, 7, e39615.

Fatouros, N.E., Lucas-Barbosa, D., Pashalidou, F.G., Weldegergis, B., Van Loon, J.J.A., Dicke, M., Gols, R., Harvey, J. & Huigens, M.E. (2012). Plant volatiles induced by herbivore egg deposition affect insects of different trophic levels. PloSONE 7, e43607.

Blenn, B., Bandoly, M., Küffner, A. Otte, T., Geiselhardt, S., Fatouros, N.E. & Hilker, M. (2012). Insect egg deposition induces indirect defense and epicuticular wax changes in Arabidopsis thaliana. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 38, 882-892.

Fatouros, N.E. & Huigens, M.E. (2012). Phoresy in the field: natural occurrence of Trichogramma egg parasitoids on butterflies and moths. BioControl 57,493–502.

Van Loon, J.J.A., Dicke, M., Fatouros, N.E., Gols, R., de Jong, P., Poelman, E., Soler, R. (2012). 14th international symposium on insect-plant interactions. Preface. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, 144, 1.

Huigens, M.E., Woelke, J.F., Pashalidou, F.G., Smid, H.M., Bukovinszky, T. & Fatouros, N.E. (2010). Chemical espionage on species-specific butterfly anti-aphrodisiac by hitch-hiking Trichogramma wasps. Behavioral Ecology, 21, 470-478.

Guerrieri, E., Huigens, M.E, Estrada, C., Woelke, J.F., De Rijk, M., Fatouros, N.E., Aiello, A. & Noyes, J.S. (2010). Ooencyrtus marcelloi sp. nov. (Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae), an egg parasitoid of Heliconiini (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae: Heliconiinae) on passion vines (Malpighiales: Passifloraceae) in Central America. Journal of Natural History, 44, 81-87.

Pashalidou, F.G, Huigens, M.E., Dicke, M. & Fatouros, N.E. (2010). The use of oviposition-induced plant cues by Trichogramma wasps. Ecological Entomology, 35, 748-753.

Fatouros, N.E., Pashalidou, F.G., Aponte Cordero, W.V., van Loon, J.J.A., Mumm, R., Dicke, M., Hilker, M. &. Huigens, M.E. (2009). Anti-aphrodisiac compounds of male butterflies increase the risk of egg parasitoid attack by inducing plant synomone production. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 35, 1373-1381.

Huigens, M.E., Pashalidou, F.G., Qian, M., Bukovinszky, T., Smid, H.M., van Loon, J.J.A., Dicke, M. & Fatouros, N.E. (2009). Hitch-hiking parasitic wasp learns to exploit butterfly anti-aphrodisiac. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, 106, 820-825.

Fatouros, N.E., Broekgaarden, C., Bukovinszkine’Kiss, G., van Loon, J.J.A., Mumm, R., Huigens, M.E., Dicke, M. & Hilker, M. (2008). Male-derived butterfly anti-aphrodisiac mediates indirect plant defence. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, 105, 10033-10038. With cover image and cover story. Commented in Nature Research Highlights 454, 140, 2008.

Fatouros, N.E., Dicke, M., Mumm, R., Meiners, T. & Hilker, M. (2008). Foraging behavior of egg parasitoids exploiting chemical information. Behavioral Ecology, 19, 677-689.

Fatouros, N.E., Bukovinszkine'Kiss, G., Dicke, M., & Hilker, M (2007). The response specificity of Trichogramma egg parasitoids towards infochemicals during host location. Journal of Insect Behavior, 20, 53-65.

Gross, J., Fatouros, N.E., Hilker, M. (2007). The role of competitors on the evolution of the two allospecies of Chrysomela lapponica. Journal of Pest Science, 80, 139-143.

Fatouros N.E., Hilker M., Gross J. (2006). Reproductive isolation between populations from Northern and Central Europe of the leaf beetle Chrysomela lapponica L. Chemoecology, 16, 241-251.

Fatouros, N.E., Huigens, M.E., van Loon, J.J.A., Dicke, M., & Hilker, M. (2005a) Chemical communication - Butterfly anti-aphrodisiac lures parasitic wasps. Nature, 433, 704-704.

Fatouros, N.E., Bukovinszkine'Kiss, G., Kalkers, L.A., Soler Gamborena, R., Dicke, M., & Hilker, M. (2005b). Oviposition-induced plant cues: do they arrest Trichogramma wasps during host location? Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, 115, 207-215.

Fatouros, N.E., Van Loon, J.J.A., Hordijk, K.A., Smid, H.M., & Dicke, M. (2005c). Herbivore-induced plant volatiles mediate in-flight host discrimination by parasitoids. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 31, 2033-2047.

Gross, J. & Fatouros, N.E. (2005). Striking differences in behaviour and ecology between populations of Chrysomela lapponica. Bonn Zoological Bulletin, 54, 247-252.

Gross, J., Fatouros, N.E., & Hilker, M. (2004a). The significance of bottom-up effects for host plant specialization in Chrysomela leaf beetles. Oikos, 105, 368-376.

Gross, J., Fatouros, N.E., Neuvonen, S., & Hilker, M. (2004b). The importance of specialist natural enemies for Chrysomela lapponica in pioneering a new host plant. Ecological Entomology, 29, 584-593.