Insect-Plant Interactions

Two species with an unusual combination of traits dominate responses of British grasshoppers and crickets to environmental change

Influence of diet and photoperiod on development and reproduction of European populations of Harmonia axyridis (Pallas) (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae)

National patterns of functional diversity and redundancy in predatory ground beetles and bees associated with key UK arable crops

Long-term changes in the distribution of British moths consistent with opposing and synergistic effects of climate and land use change

Insect-Plant Interactions

No species exists in isolation: species are interdependent with each other and their local environment. Many of the interactions between species have been recorded by naturalists and collated in species distribution atlases. The Phytophagous Insects Data Bank (PIDB), in the 1970s, broke new ground in creating a comprehensive inventory of phytophagous insect interactions.  PIDB was updated and made more accessible (as DBIF) in 2007. Gaining information on and understanding the impacts of ecological interactions has, as-yet, undeveloped potential.

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