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    Volker Riedel,Soren Toft
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Arthropod Natural Enemies 1 book Arthropod Natural Enemies in Arable Land: Density, Spatial Heterogeneity and Dispersal (Acta Jutlandica, 70:2).

Arthropod Natural Enemies 1 book. The growth and dispersal rates of these useful insects are an important factor in laying down an ecological pest control stratgy, and this subject is currently being studied at a number of institutions all over Europe. Arthropod Natural Enemies in Arable Land: Density, Spatial Heterogeneity and Dispersal (Acta Jutlandica, 70:2).

In: Toft, S. and Riedel, W. (Ed., Arthropod natural enemies in arable land. I. Density, spatial heterogeneity and dispersal, Acta Jutlandica, 70 Aarhus University Press, Denmark, pp. 269–277. Lageröf, J. and Wallin, . 1993. 185–198. Kaule, G. and Krebs, . 1989. Creating new habitats in intensively used agricultural land. The abundance of arthropods along two field margins with different types of vegetation composition–an experimental study.

Our results show that small-scale non-natural landscape features can provide additional resources, increase compositional heterogeneity and may help soften the overall agricultural mosaic for arthropod NEs in the CFR. Understanding the value of different landscape mosaic. Understanding the value of different landscape mosaic elements is an important step towards a broader landscape-scale approach to farmland biodiversity conservation.

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in agroecosystems I. Density, spatial heterogeneity and dispersal. Abstract views reflect the number of visits to the article landing page.

Dinter, . Hance, . Helenius, . Jepson, . Kromp, . Lys, . Samu, . Sotherton, . Toft, S. & Ulber, B. (1995) Density estimation for invertebrate predators in agroecosystems. pp. 133–162in Toft, S. & Riedel, W. (Eds) Arthropod natural enemies in arabie land. Acta Jutlandica 70, 133–162. Recommend this journal.

Within-field spatial heterogeneity of arthropod predators and parasitoids. Toft, S, Riedel, W Acta Jutlandica Natural Science Series; Arthropod natural enemies in arable land, I Density, spatial heterogeneity and dispersal: 235-242, 1995

Within-field spatial heterogeneity of arthropod predators and parasitoids. Toft, S, Riedel, W Acta Jutlandica Natural Science Series; Arthropod natural enemies in arable land, I Density, spatial heterogeneity and dispersal: 235-242, 1995. Alien arthropod predators and parasitoids: an ecological approach. Biocontrol 56(4): 375-382, 2011.

In TOFT, S. & W. RIEDEL (e. Arthropod natural enemies in arable land I. Vol. 70, Acta Jutlandica, Aarhus Univ. DUELLI, . OBRIST, M. K. & SCHMATZ, D. R. (1999) Biodiversity evaluation in agricultural land-scapes: above-ground insects. Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment 74: 33–64. FLÜCKIGER, P. & DUELLI, P. (1997) Waldränder – Zentren der Biodiversität.

Arable land typically harbours communities of polyphagous invertebrate natural enemies, among .

Arable land typically harbours communities of polyphagous invertebrate natural enemies, among them many predacious beetles and spiders (Ekschmitt et a. 1997). On the contrary, invertebrate natural enemies in agro-ecosystems do also prey on, or interfere with, other arthropod predators, and this intraguild interference may be antagonistic to pest control, and even lead to an enhancement of the concerned pest population (. Rosenheim et a. 1993; Raymond et a. 2000; Snyder and Ives, 2001; Snyder and Wise, 2001).

Informationen zum Titel Arthropod Natural Enemies in Arable Land 2 aus der Reihe Acta Jutlandica Werner Riedel (Ed., Soren Toft (Ed. Aarhus University Press.

Informationen zum Titel Arthropod Natural Enemies in Arable Land 2 aus der Reihe Acta Jutlandica . Arthropod Natural Enemies 1: Density, Spatial Heterogeneity and Dispersal Werner Riedel (Ed. Aarhus University Press, 1995 . catalog.

Opportunistic species with high dispersal power colonize first, while habitat specialist species with a lower power of. .Arthropod natural enemies in arable land. Density spatial heterogeneity and dispersal pp. 133-162. Aarhus University PressÅrhus.

Opportunistic species with high dispersal power colonize first, while habitat specialist species with a lower power of dispersal colonize later; the communities change with time after disturbance. We selected two groups of invertebrates often used as bioindicators, spiders and carabid beetles.

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