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- Yoshimura, Jin, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Ecological research 2018 v.33 no.5 pp. 1031-1037
- arithmetics; extinction; fecundity; geometry; habitats; harvesting; insect pests; life history; models; pest control; population growth; reproductive success
- ... Insects are the most diverse organisms on earth consisting of more than 900 thousand species. However, only few of them are considered agricultural pests. Life history traits such as high fecundity, fast population growth, and high dispersal ability have been used to characterize agricultural pest insects. However, many other non-pest insects also share these traits, which indicates that there has ...
- Yoshimura, Jin, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Ecological research 2009 v.24 no.3 pp. 533-546
- Schoenoplectus; aquatic plants; ecosystems; extinction; floods; habitats; indigenous species; issues and policy; population size; reproduction; risk; rivers; seedlings; seeds; streams; water; water flow; Japan
- ... River management often conflicts with the conservation of species in river ecosystems. In Japan, almost all river systems have been covered by concrete walls. Such river improvement works caused critical damage to river ecosystems. Here we report the ongoing extinction process of a rare aquatic plant by several consecutive heavy rains. The aquatic plant, Schoenoplectus gemmifer C. Sato, T. Maeda & ...