Symposium: From insect behaviour to spatial distributions: The resource concentration hypothesis revisited
The Resource Concentration hypothesis was formulated almost 45 years ago by Richard Root as an explanation for higher insect densities in sites with higher resource concentration. By now, it can be considered a citation classic, but the theoretical development on issues related to spatial distribution of insects have been surging in recent years. In this symposium, we bring together researchers in sensory physiology, insect search and decision making, theoretical modelling and field experimentation to discuss the developments of the mechanistic underpinnings of spatial distribution in insects.
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