Symposium: Landscape effects on functional traits of herbivores and natural enemies: consequences for biological control
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Landscape simplification filters arthropod functional traits that drive the provision of ecosystem services like biological control. For example, simpler landscapes present larger organisms, with generalized feeding habits, which could lead to better pest suppression. Recently, variation in functional traits within a species have been shown. These intra-specific changes could be as important as inter-specific changes, in their response to landscape structure and their effect on ecosystem services. Studies addressing these questions remain scarce and will be the topic of this symposium.
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