P. J. Addison

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The method whereby equal numbers of seven ecotypes of the parasitoidMicroctonus hyperodae Loan (Hymenoptera: Braconidae, Euphorinae) were reared and released is described along with the reasons for(More)
Katydids produce acoustic signals via stridulation, which they use to attract conspecific females for mating. However, direct estimates of the metabolic costs of calling to date have produced diverse(More)
Aim Knowledge of how effective interceptions and quarantine measures are in preventing new biological invasions is of paramount importance for maintaining ecosystem function in a rapidly changing(More)
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