Patterns of association in a co-introduced insect herbivore and parasitoid wasp
Species within trophic networks that experience a range expansion can lead to populations of coevolved species re-associating in some areas, not associating in others, or creating novel associations with native species at one or more trophic level(s). Although most studies have focused predominantly on coevolved interactions between pairs of species, a growing number of studies investigate interactions within a broader community context across geographically widespread areas. By tracing the invasion routes of co-introduced species that share a close evolutionary history in their native range, I ...
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