Aiko Yoshioka

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Non-native plant species can provide native generalist insects, including pests, with novel food and habitats. It is hypothesized that local and landscape-level abundances of non-native plants can affect the population size of generalist insects, although generalists are assumed to be less sensitive to habitat connectivity than specialists. In a(More)
We could show long-term effects of logging operation in a Malaysian forest. A forest selectively logged about 50 years ago had a longer sunfleck time and a less heterogeneous light spatially than primary forests. We compared forest light environments between a primary lowland tropical rainforest and a rainforest selectively logged 50 years ago in the Pasoh(More)
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