Cross-Attraction between an Exotic and a Native Pine Bark Beetle: A Novel Invasion Mechanism?

@article{Lu2007CrossAttractionBA,
  title={Cross-Attraction between an Exotic and a Native Pine Bark Beetle: A Novel Invasion Mechanism?},
  author={Min Lu and Daniel R. Miller and Jianghua Sun},
  journal={PLoS ONE},
  year={2007},
  volume={2},
  pages={689 - 710}
}
BACKGROUND Aside from the ecological impacts, invasive species fascinate ecologists because of the unique opportunities that invasives offer in the study of community ecology. Some hypotheses have been proposed to illustrate the mechanisms that allow exotics to become invasive. However, positive interactions between exotic and native insects are rarely utilized to explain invasiveness of pests. METHODOLOGY/PRINCIPAL FINDINGS Here, we present information on a recently formed association… CONTINUE READING

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