Edited By: BA Hawkins and W Sheehan
516 pages, Illus
This book represents the first source reference which deals entirely with ecological aspects of parasitoid biology. With a mix of general chaptaers and specific examples such as tortricids and weevils, the authors constructively review and evaluate our understanding of these often very complex systems. The emphasis is on basic science, linking the discussion to wider areas such as population dynamics, food webs, competition and community structure.
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