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title Ecological effects of invasive alien species on native communities, with particular emphasis on the interactions between aphids and ladybirds
authors Kindlmann, P; Ameixa, OMCC; Dixon, AFG
author full name Kindlmann, Pavel; Ameixa, Olga M. C. C.; Dixon, Antony F. G.
title Ecological effects of invasive alien species on native communities, with particular emphasis on the interactions between aphids and ladybirds
nationality nacional
source BIOCONTROL
language English
document type Article
author keywords Invasive alien species; Predators; Insect pests; Ecological effects; Intraguild predation
keywords plus HARMONIA-AXYRIDIS COLEOPTERA; INTRA-GUILD PREDATION; COCCINELLIDAE COLEOPTERA; BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL; NORTH-AMERICA; SOUTH-DAKOTA; LADY BEETLE; AGRICULTURAL LANDSCAPE; GENERALIST PREDATORS; FIELD OBSERVATIONS
abstract The ecological effects of introduced species on native organisms can sometimes, but not always be significant. The risks associated with invasive alien pests are difficult to quantify. This paper concentrates on the ecological effects of invasive insect predators that feed on pest insects, because the former may potentially affect the biological control of the latter. The literature indicates that invasive predatory insects generally are resistant to changes in environmental conditions, long-lived and voracious with a high reproductive rate, high dispersal ability, able to spread very rapidly across landscapes and exhibit phenotypic plasticity. Their colonization of patches of prey may induce native predators to leave, but the evidence that invaders negatively affect the abundance of the native species is scarce and not persuasive. Insect predators do not substantially affect the abundance of their prey, if the ratio of generation time of the predator to that of the prey is large (the generation time ratio hypothesis), therefore the effect of an invasion by long-lived alien predators on systems consisting of long-lived native predators and short-lived prey on the abundance of the prey is hard to detect.
author address [Kindlmann, Pavel; Ameixa, Olga M. C. C.; Dixon, Antony F. G.] Global Change Res Ctr AS CR, Dept Biodivers Res, Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic; [Kindlmann, Pavel] Charles Univ Prague, Inst Environm Studies, Prague, Czech Republic; [Ameixa, Olga M. C. C.] Univ S Bohemia, Fac Sci, Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic; [Dixon, Antony F. G.] Univ E Anglia, Sch Biol Sci, Norwich NR4 7TJ, Norfolk, England
reprint address Ameixa, OMCC (reprint author), Global Change Res Ctr AS CR, Dept Biodivers Res, Sadkach 7, Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic.
e-mail address olgameixa@portugalmail.pt
researcherid number Ameixa, Olga/E-2297-2011; Kindlmann, Pavel/H-7718-2014
orcid number Ameixa, Olga/0000-0002-5422-1090;
funding agency and grant number MSMT [LC06073, CZ.1.05/1.1.00/02.0073 (Czechglobe)]; GA CR [GD206/08/H044]
funding text The research was supported by the grants No. LC06073 and CZ.1.05/1.1.00/02.0073 (Czechglobe) of the MSMT and grant No. GD206/08/H044 of the GA CR.
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total times cited count (wos, bci, and cscd) 6
publisher SPRINGER
publisher city DORDRECHT
publisher address VAN GODEWIJCKSTRAAT 30, 3311 GZ DORDRECHT, NETHERLANDS
issn 1386-6141
29-character source abbreviation BIOCONTROL
iso source abbreviation Biocontrol
publication date AUG
year published 2011
volume 56
issue 4
special issue SI
beginning page 469
ending page 476
digital object identifier (doi) 10.1007/s10526-011-9384-4
page count 8
web of science category Entomology
subject category Entomology
document delivery number 814NJ
unique article identifier WOS:000294462600008
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