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Identifying plant DNA in the faeces of a generalist insect pest to inform trap cropping strategy
(Springer on behalf of INRA, 2019-12)
Monocropping elevates many insects to the status of economic pests. In these agroecosystems, non-crop habitats are sometimes deployed as trap crops to reduce pest damage. This environmentally friendly alternative to ...
Ground wētā in vines of the Awatere Valley, Marlborough: Biology, density and distribution
(Taylor & Francis on behalf of the Royal Society of New Zealand, 2016)
The endemic New Zealand ground wētā (Hemiandrus sp. ‘promontorius’) has a Naturally Uncommon conservation status. This is because of the paucity of information on its density and distribution. Here, the biology, density ...