A Poorly Known High-Latitude Parasitoid Wasp Community: Unexpected Diversity and Dramatic Changes through Time

@inproceedings{FernndezTriana2011APK,
  title={A Poorly Known High-Latitude Parasitoid Wasp Community: Unexpected Diversity and Dramatic Changes through Time},
  author={Jos{\'e} L. Fern{\'a}ndez-Triana and M Alex Smith and Caroline Boudreault and Henri Goulet and Paul D. N. Hebert and Adam P C Smith and Rob Roughley},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2011}
}
Climate change will have profound and unanticipated effects on species distributions. The pace and nature of this change is largely unstudied, especially for the most diverse elements of terrestrial communities--the arthropods--here we have only limited knowledge concerning the taxonomy and the ecology of these groups. Because Arctic ecosystems have already experienced significant increases in temperature over the past half century, shifts in community structure may already be in progress. Here… CONTINUE READING
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