Symposium: Alien insects in forests: from invasiveness to invasibility
The number of invasive forest insects is dramatically increasing worldwide as a result of global change. The consequences can be devastating for the integrity of forests and the provision of their ecosystem services. There is thus an urgent need for better prediction and prevention of alien species establishment in forests. Here we will consider how insect functional traits and commodities of transport can be used to predict their invasiness. Symmetrically we will investigate how the composition and management of forest may reduce their invasibility. A special focus will be given to innovative
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