Quantifying dispersal of a non-aggressive saprophytic bark beetle

@inproceedings{Meurisse2017QuantifyingDO,
  title={Quantifying dispersal of a non-aggressive saprophytic bark beetle},
  author={Nicolas Meurisse and Stephen M. Pawson},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2017}
}
Long distance dispersal to locate suitable breeding sites is recognized as a key trait influencing the population dynamics and distribution of bark beetles and other saprophytic insects. While dispersal behavior has been studied for a range of aggressive 'tree killing' bark beetles, few have considered the dispersal behaviour of non-aggressive saprophytic bark beetles that utilize kairomones (host volatiles). We present the results of a mark-recapture experiment that examined adult dispersal… CONTINUE READING
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