Symposium: Gall communities on roses - global investigations of the genus Diplolepis and its associated communities
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The genus Diplolepis is well known to naturalists and students, especially the celebrated "Robin's pincushion" (D. rosae). Despite this, this genus of rose gallers and their complex parasitoid and inquiline communities is under-researched. Species richness is unknown at a global level, and their evolutionary origin is shrouded in mystery. Species boundaries, host-plant associations, and biogeography are rich areas of current research, especially in Asia. This symposium will synthesize recent discoveries from multiple continents and culminate with a new phylogenetic analysis of the genus.
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