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Bark and Wood Boring Insects in Living Trees in Europe, a Synthesis
The BAWBILT bases in Europe.- The Bawbilt Context in Europe.- The Directory of European Experts.- The Bawbilt Database.- Damage and Control of Bawbilt Organisms an Overview.- Bark Beetles.- TaxonomyExpand
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Invasive alien predator causes rapid declines of native European ladybirds
Aim Invasive alien species (IAS) are recognized as major drivers of biodiversity loss, but few causal relationships between IAS and species declines have been documented. In this study, we compareExpand
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Research on Parasitoids and Predators of Scolytidae – A Review
Scolytidae are major forest pests in Europe. For example, Ips typographus (L.) is considered the main pest problem in forestry in many central and northern European countries. Consequently, there isExpand
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Damage and Control of Bawbilt Organisms an Overview
The BAWBILT database on damage and control (Gilbert and Sauvard, chapter 3) was queried in January 2003. It then contained 478 entries, on 95 species of the BAWBILT list, with entries from 19Expand
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Long-distance dispersal and human population density allow the prediction of invasive patterns in the horse-chestnut leafminer Cameraria ohridella
Summary 1. After its initial discovery in Macedonia in 1985, during the last 19 years the leafminer moth Cameraria ohridella has invaded most of Central and Western Europe. The species, which causesExpand
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Harmonia+ and Pandora+: risk screening tools for potentially invasive plants, animals and their pathogens
AbstractGiven the large number of alien species that may potentially develop into invasives, there is a clear need for robust schemes that allow to screen species for such risks. The Harmonia+Expand
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Rapid increase in dispersal during range expansion in the invasive ladybird Harmonia axyridis
The evolutionary trajectories associated with demographic, genetic and spatial disequilibrium have become an issue of growing interest in population biology. Invasive species provide uniqueExpand
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Spatial Distribution of Ambrosia-Beetle Catches: A Possibly Useful Knowledge to Improve Mass-Trapping
Several species of ambrosia beetles (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) have recently started attacking standing, living beeches (Fagus sylvatica) in southern Belgium. In 2001, 1.3 million m3 of apparentlyExpand
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