Wolbachia Infection and Lepidoptera of Conservation Concern

@inproceedings{Hamm2014WolbachiaIA,
  title={Wolbachia Infection and Lepidoptera of Conservation Concern},
  author={Christopher Allan Hamm and Cynthia Handley and Andrew D. Pike and Matthew L Forister and James A. Fordyce and Chris C. Nice},
  booktitle={Journal of insect science},
  year={2014}
}
Conservation of at-risk species requires multi-faceted and carefully-considered management approaches to be successful. For arthropods, the presence of endosymbiotic bacteria, such as Wolbachia (Rickettsiales: Rickettsiaceae), may complicate management plans and exacerbate the challenges faced by conservation managers. Wolbachia poses a substantial and underappreciated threat to the conservation of arthropods because infection may induce a number of phenotypic effects, most of which are… CONTINUE READING

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