Symposium: Processionary moths: a model for future forest and urban insect management
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Processionary moths (Lepidoptera: Notodontidae) have multiple impacts on forests, urban habitats, and public health. The plasticity in their responses to environmental cues makes them a special model for predicting the effect of global change on the ecosystems. Interest in this group has grown exponentially in the last 20 years and it has concerned different parts of the world where these insects cause serious problems to trees and public health. The symposium will make the state of the art of the research and will design the future of the science in this group.
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