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Population genetic structure and ecological niche modelling of the leafhopper Hishimonus phycitis
Witches’ broom disease of lime, caused by ‘Candidatus Phytoplasma aurantifolia’, is responsible for major losses of Mexican lime trees in Southern Iran, Oman and the United Arab Emirates. TheExpand
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Novel insect-tree associations resulting from accidental and intentional biological 'invasions': a meta-analysis of effects on insect fitness.
The translocation of species beyond their native range is a major threat to biodiversity. Invasions by tree-feeding insects attacking native trees and the colonization of introduced trees by nativeExpand
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Lack of genetic differentiation after host range extension argues for the generalist nature of Pityogenes chalcographus (Curculionidae: Scolytinae)
ContextThe bark beetle, Pityogenes chalcographus, is one of the main pests in Picea abies stands, and it has also been found on other European Pinaceae species. With massive introductions of NorthExpand
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What is Next in Bark Beetle Phylogeography?
Bark beetle species within the scolytid genera Dendroctonus, Ips, Pityogenes and Tomicus are known to cause extensive ecological and economical damage in spruce and pine forests during epidemicExpand
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Evolutionary relationships within European Monochamus (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) highlight the role of altitude in species delineation
Phylogenetic relationships within the European Monochamus (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) remain understudied despite their increasing importance in the Pine Wood Nematode spread in Europe. To clarify theExpand
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Impact of the Carpathians on the genetic structure of the spruce bark beetle Ips typographus
The Carpathians are a range of mountains forming an arc roughly 1,500 km long across Central and Eastern Europe. They are an important area for biodiversity and belong to one of the major refuges ofExpand
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Genetic split between coastal and continental populations of gypsy moth separated by Dinaric Alps
The gypsy moth, a polyphagous herbivore species, infests mainly deciduous trees in the northern hemisphere, being invasive in North America. In Croatia, gypsy moth is infesting both continental andExpand
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Limited Genetic Structure of Gypsy Moth Populations Reflecting a Recent History in Europe
The gypsy moth, Lymantria dispar, a prominent polyphagous species native to Eurasia, causes severe impacts in deciduous forests during irregular periodical outbreaks. This study aimed to describe theExpand
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Mécanismes d'adaptation des insectes forestiers à de nouveaux arbres hôtes : une approche intégrative
Avec l'intensification de la sylviculture et des echanges internationaux (introductions d'insectes ou plantations d'essences exotiques), les arbres forestiers sont de plus en plus confrontes a desExpand