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Parasitoids of European butterflies
Due to the attractiveness of butterflies, and their usefulness as model systems for biological questions, there has been a considerable amount of material written on butterfly biology, largely inExpand
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Parasitoid host ranges
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The Hymenoptera associated with spiders in Europe
The Hymenoptera known to be obligatory parasitoids or predators of spiders or their eggs in Europe form a rather diverse assemblage. Their biologies are briefly reviewed; known host associations areExpand
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Evaluating conservation spending for species return: A retrospective analysis in California
Conservation spending in California, USA exceeds conservation expenditures in many countries. To date, there has been no objective method to assess the efficiency of such spending for achievingExpand
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An account of the Chalcidoidea (Hymenoptera) parasitising leaf-mining insects of deciduous trees in Britain
Data on the distribution and frequency of hymenopterous parasites of leaf-mining insects on deciduous trees show that Chalcidoidea of the family Eulophidae are the chief component of the parasiteExpand
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The Neglect of Parasitic Hymenoptera in Insect Conservation Strategies: The British Fauna as a Prime Example
Parasitic Hymenoptera, the major group of insects having the parasitoid life style, are extremely species rich and of wide significance in terrestrial ecosystems. Although the nature of their roleExpand
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Habitat Considerations for Parasitic Wasps (Hymenoptera)
  • M. Shaw
  • Biology
  • Journal of Insect Conservation
  • 1 June 2006
Parasitic wasps operate at a high trophic level and, because of their biology, tend to be highly specialised, sometimes having very narrow host ranges with at least local monophagy a frequentExpand
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Mortality factors affecting the leaf‐mining stages of Phyllonorycter (Lepidoptera: Gracillariidae) on oak and birch: 2. Biology of the parasite species
  • R. Askew, M. Shaw
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Zoological journal of the Linnean Society
  • 1 September 1979
Parasitic Hpenoptera attacking Phyllonorycter species mining leaves of oak and birch were studied at a Cheshire locality during 1974. The host developmental stages killed, and attacked, by eachExpand
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Rearing Parasitic Hymenoptera
This booklet provides information on the parasitic Hymenoptera which enable successful studies to be made of this little understood group of the British insect fauna. Details are given on the generalExpand
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