The e ff ects of island forest restoration on open habitat specialists : the endangered weevil Hadramphus spinipennis Broun and its hostplant Aciphylla die ff enbachii Kirk

@inproceedings{Fountain2015TheEF,
  title={The e ff ects of island forest restoration on open habitat specialists : the endangered weevil Hadramphus spinipennis Broun and its hostplant Aciphylla die ff enbachii Kirk},
  author={Emily D Fountain and Jagoba Malumbres-Olarte and Robert Hamish Cruickshank and A. Melville Paterson},
  year={2015}
}
Human alteration of islands has made restoration a key part of conservation management. As islands are restored to their original state, species interactions change and some populations may be impacted. In this study we examine the coxella weevil, (Hadramphus spinipennis Broun) and its host-plant Dieffenbach’s speargrass (Aciphylla dieffenbachii Kirk), which are both open habitat specialists with populations on Mangere and Rangatira Islands, Chathams, New Zealand. Both of these islands were… CONTINUE READING
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