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Environmental DNA surveillance for invertebrate species: advantages and technical limitations to detect invasive crayfish Procambarus clarkii in freshwater ponds.

Published online: 06 Aug 2014

Authors: Tréguier, A. & Paillisson, J. M. & Dejean, T. & Valentini, A. & Schlaepfer, M. A. & Roussel, J. M.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The introduction of non-native species is a major threat to biodiversity. While eradication programs of well-established invaders are costly and hazar...

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Ecology of the Dutch elm disease vectors Scolytus laevis and S. scolytus (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) in southern Sweden.

Published online: 17 May 1988

Authors: Anderbrant, O. & Schlyter, F.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Distribution and phenology of the beetles was studied at an infestation centre in a wood dominated by Ulmus glabra in Scania, S. Sweden, in 1983-85 us...

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Landscape configuration, organic management, and within-field position drive functional diversity of spiders and carabids.

Published online: 28 Aug 2019

Authors: Gallé, R. & Happe, A. K. & Baillod, A. B. & Tscharntke, T. & Batáry, P.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Agricultural management intensity and landscape heterogeneity act as the main drivers of biodiversity loss in agricultural landscapes while also deter...

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Improving the early detection of alien wood-boring beetles in ports and surrounding forests.

Published online: 25 Feb 2015

Authors: Rassati, D. & Faccoli, M. & Toffolo, E. P. & Battisti, A. & Marini, L.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

International ports are generally considered the most likely points of entry for alien wood-boring beetles. A better understanding of the factors affe...

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Fish culling reduces tapeworm burden in Arctic charr by increasing parasite mortality rather than by reducing density-dependent transmission.

Published online: 21 Jul 2020

Authors: Henriksen, E. H. & Frainer, A. & Knudsen, R. & Kristoffersen, R. & Kuris, A. M. & Lafferty, K. D. & Amundsen, P. A.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

1. Two common Dibothriocephalus (formerly Diphyllobothrium) tapeworm species were significantly reduced by experimental culling of their fish host Arc...

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