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Pine‐tree lappet moth (Dendrolimus pini L.) larvae can be serious defoliators of pine in several countries within mainland Europe. A breeding population of pine‐tree lappet moth was confirmed near Inverness, Scotland in 2009, prior to which the species had only been observed in the United...
The expansion of oak processionary moth (OPM) in South‐East England continues despite ongoing efforts to control the pest since its introduction in 2006.
Using locations of OPM larval nests, supplied by the Forestry Commission and recorded as part of ongoing surveillance and control measures...
Due to increasing difficulties to maintain semi‐natural habitat within agricultural landscapes, management of the agricultural matrix may provide a more realistic approach to support farmland biodiversity and associated ecosystem services. We hypothesize that orchard compositional heterogeneity...
The relationship between plant diversity and ecosystems functions such as regulation of insect herbivory is complex and context‐dependent. The empirical data necessary to account for these interactions are scarce.
Our objective is to test the top‐down effects of predation and bottom‐up effects...
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