volume 166, issue 3, P151-161 2018
DOI: 10.1111/eea.12658
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C. Lidwien Raak-van den Berg, Peter W. de Jong, Gerrit Gort, Bryan F.J. Manly, Joop C. van Lenteren

Abstract: Abstract Among characteristics that are thought to determine the success of invasive species, life‐history traits feature prominently. However, in most cases, these have been determined under laboratory conditions. Here, we use a field set‐up to determine immature development time and survival of invasive Harmonia axyridis (Pallas) and native Adalia bipunctata L. (both Coleoptera: Coccinellidae). On caged Tilia × europaea L. cv. Pallida trees (Malvaceae) with ample amounts of aphid food, we introduced freshly…

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