volume 166, issue 8, P648-660 2018
DOI: 10.1111/eea.12715
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Mariana Abarca, Elise A. Larsen, John T. Lill, Martha Weiss, Eric Lind, Leslie Ries

Abstract: Abstract Understanding the correspondence between ambient temperature and insect development is necessary to forecast insect phenology under novel environments. In the face of climate change, both conservation and pest control efforts require accurate phenological predictions. Here, we compare a suite of degree‐day models to assess their ability to predict the phenology of a common, oligophagous butterfly, the silver‐spotted skipper, Epargyreus clarus (Cramer) (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae). To estimate model par…

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