Insect migration patterns are undergoing rapid changes. For example, North American monarchs are declining precipitously and threatened with extinction, whereas the world’s most serious migratory pests are either expanding their range or invading new continents (e.g. cotton bollworm in the Americas). It is thus more important than ever to understand migration. This symposium will present the latest research on a diversity of themes, including the role of flight behaviour in determining migration routes, environmental drivers of migration, and the causes and consequences of changing migrations.
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