Symposium: New insights on parasitoids and hyperparasitoids in terrestrial trophic networks
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A key challenge for biological control, and insect ecology more broadly, is attempting to predict the general outcomes of interactions among species. This symposium will bring together diverse research in general areas to discuss how new ideas can be harnessed to improve our understanding of how parasitoids and hyperparasitoids contribute to terrestrial food web function and biological control. This symposium will thus be of general interest to ecologists studying basic aspects of trophic webs, entomologists studying parasitoid biology, and applied biological control researchers.
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