After Emerald Ash Borer Comes and Goes, Invertebrates on the Ground Get to Work

By Kayla I. Perry, Ph.D. Investigating the ecological impacts of invasive species is an important area of research as the frequency of biological invasions continues to increase globally. In the case of invasive insects, such research contributes to understanding the cascading ecological impacts on native forest ecosystems. For instance, formation of canopy gaps is a […]

Source: Entomology Today

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