Daria Koscinski

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Non-lethal methods of tissue sampling are increasingly used for genetic studies of insect species and the effects of this approach have long been assumed to be minimal. Tissue removal has the potential to influence insect reproductive behaviours such as mate recognition, courtship or oviposition but the effects of non-lethal sampling on reproductive success(More)
The prevalence of edges is increasing due to anthropogenic landscape change. Edge responses can vary considerably between and within species. Understanding species’ responses to edges, and the causes of variation in such responses is central to managing biodiversity in contemporary landscapes. A resource distribution model predicts that species that require(More)
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