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- Forrest, Jessica R. K.; Chisholm, Sarah P. M.
- Ecology 2017 v.98 no.2 pp. 359-369
- solitary bees, etc ; Osmia; altitude; ambient temperature; brood parasitism; climate change; foraging; host plants; insect flight; latitude; natural enemies; nesting; oviposition; parasites; pollinators; population growth; progeny; reproductive performance; wasps; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... Warm temperatures are required for insect flight. Consequently, warming could benefit many high‐latitude and high‐altitude insects by increasing opportunities for foraging or oviposition. However, warming can also alter species interactions, including interactions with natural enemies, making the net effect of rising temperatures on population growth rate difficult to predict. We investigated the ...