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Academic & Professional Books  Insects & other Invertebrates  Arthropods (excl. insects)  Arthropods: General

Alien Terrestrial Arthropods of Europe, Volume 1

Flora / Fauna Out of Print
Edited By: Alain Roques
552 pages, Col & b/w figs, tabs
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  • Alien Terrestrial Arthropods of Europe, Volume 1 ISBN: 9789546425546 Paperback Jul 2010 Out of Print #187494
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About this book

This book provides the first comprehensive review of the fauna of alien terrestrial arthropods that have colonized the European continent and its associated islands. Directly ensuing from the DAISIE project, this is the result of the joint work of 89 authors from 27 different European countries. The book summarizes present knowledge of the arthropod invasion process, from temporal trends and biogeographic patterns, to pathways and vectors, invaded habitats, and ecological and economical impacts.

A total of 1590 species alien to Europe, including crustaceans, myriapods, mites, spiders, and insects, are listed in two volumes and 21 separate chapters that detail the different taxonomic groups. For each species, all key information - feeding regime, date and country of first record in Europe, invaded countries, invaded habitats, plant or animal host - is supplied. More detailed factsheets are provided for the 80 species considered to be most representative of the different pathways of introduction and of the diversity of impacts on ecosystems, economic activities and human and animal health.

Contents

DAISIE and arthropod invasions in Europe 1 Philip E. Hulme & David B. Roy Chapter 1. Introduction 5 Wolfgang Nentwig & Melanie Josefsson Chapter 2. Taxonomy, time and geographic patterns 11 Alain Roques Chapter 3. Pathways and vectors of alien arthropods in Europe 27 Wolfgang Rabitsch Chapter 4. Invaded habitats 45 Carlos Lopez-Vaamonde, Milka Glavendeki & Maria Rosa Paiva Chapter 5. Impact of alien terrestrial arthropods in Europe 51 Marc Kenis & Manuela Branco Chapter 6. Future trends 73 Jean-Yves Rasplus Chapter 7.1. Alien terrestrial crustaceans (Isopods and Amphipods) 81 Pierre-Olivier Cochard, Ferenc Vilisics & Emmanuel Sechet Chapter 7.2. Myriapods (Myriapoda) 97 Pavel Stoev, Marzio Zapparoli, Sergei Golovatch, Henrik Enghoff , Nesrine Akkari & Anthony Barber Chapter 7.3. Spiders (Araneae) 131 Wolfgang Nentwig & Manuel Kobelt Chapter 7.4. Mites and ticks (Acari) 149 Maria Navajas, Alain Migeon, Agustin Estrada-Pena, Anne-Catherine Mailleux, Pablo Servigne & Radmila Petanovi Chapter 8.1. Longhorn beetles (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae) 193 Christian Cocquempot & A...ke Lindelow Chapter 8.2. Weevils and Bark Beetles (Coleoptera, Curculionoidea) 219 Daniel Sauvard, Manuela Branco, Ferenc Lakatos, Massimo Faccoli & Lawrence R. Kirkendall Chapter 8.3. Leaf and Seed Beetles (Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae) 267 Ron Beenen & Alain Roques Chapter 8.4. Ladybeetles (Coccinellidae) 293 Helen Roy & Alain Migeon Chapter 8.5. Coleoptera families other than Cerambycidae, Curculionidae sensu lato, Chrysomelidae sensu lato and Coccinelidae 1 Olivier Denux & Pierre Zagatti Chapter 9.1. True bugs (Hemiptera, Heteroptera) 407 Wolfgang Rabitsch Chapter 9.2. Aphids (Hemiptera, Aphididae) 435 Armelle Coeur d'acier, Nicolas Perez Hidalgo & Olivera Petrovi Obradovi Chapter 9.3. Scales (Hemiptera, Superfamily Coccoidea) 475 Giuseppina Pellizzari & Jean-Francois Germain Chapter 9.4. Other Hemiptera Sternorrhyncha (Aleyrodidae, Phylloxeroidea, and Psylloidea) and Hemiptera Auchenorrhyncha 511 David Mifsud, Christian Cocquempot, Roland Muhlethaler, Mike Wilson & Jean-Claude Streito Abbreviations and glossary of technical terms used in the book Alain Roques & David Lees

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Flora / Fauna Out of Print
Edited By: Alain Roques
552 pages, Col & b/w figs, tabs
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