Interactions between root and shoot herbivores of Ammophila arenaria in the laboratory do not translate into correlated abundances in the fi eld

@inproceedings{Vandegehuchte2010InteractionsBR,
  title={Interactions between root and shoot herbivores of Ammophila arenaria in the laboratory do not translate into correlated abundances in the fi eld},
  author={Martijn L Vandegehuchte and Eduardo Pe{\~n}a and Dries Bonte},
  year={2010}
}
Over the past decades a growing body of literature has presented proof of the possible interactions between foliar and root herbivores. Th ese eff ects can be positive, negative or neutral in either direction, depending on the species and the involved mechanism. Most of these studies however concern experiments under controlled conditions. Whether these interactions aff ect the distribution of herbivores under natural conditions still largely remains an open question. Th is study examined… CONTINUE READING
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