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Invasion of Polygyne Fire Ants Decimates Native Ants and Disrupts Arthropod Community
The ecological impacts of a polygyne fire ant invasion on ants and other surface—active arthropods at a field station in central Texas indicate that polygyn fire ants pose a substantial threat to the biodiversity of native arthropod communities. Expand
Population biology of an endangered butterfly, Lycaeides melissa samuelis (Lepidoptera; Lycaenidae): genetic variation, gene flow, and taxonomic status
Neither genetic identity data nor application of the phylogenetic species concept support formal recognition of the Karner Blue as a species separate from the Melissa Blue, and data indicate that gene flow among the samples was very low compared with that among populations of other Lepidoptera. Expand
Planning for climate change on the National Wildlife Refuge System
This document originated in 2008 as a collaborative project of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) and the University of Maryland's Graduate Program in Sustainable Development and ConservationExpand