Interactions between predatory ground beetles, the winter moth and an introduced parasitoid on the Lower Mainland of British Columbia

@inproceedings{Horgan2004InteractionsBP,
  title={Interactions between predatory ground beetles, the winter moth and an introduced parasitoid on the Lower Mainland of British Columbia},
  author={Finbarr G. Horgan and Judith H Myers},
  year={2004}
}
Abstract This study describes assemblages of predatory ground beetles in native birch forest and derived blueberry farms on the Lower Mainland of British Columbia and investigates their role in the successful biological control of winter moth ( Operopthera brumata L.) by the parasitoid Cyzenis albicans Fallen. Pitfall traps at four sites in 1991 and 1992 indicated that natural birch forest was dominated by native carabid species, while open blueberry was dominated by introduced species and some… CONTINUE READING

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