volume 166, issue 8, P607-617 2018
DOI: 10.1111/eea.12693
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François Rebaudo, Victor-Badre Rabhi

Abstract: Abstract The study of insect responses to temperature has a long tradition in science, starting from Réaumur's work on caterpillars in the 18th century. In 1932, Ernst Janisch wrote: ‘The problem is (and will be more and more in the future) one of the most important ones in entomology […]’. Almost 90 years after this paper, its prediction still holds true, with a sustained interest of the scientific community for the study of insect responses to temperature, especially in the context of climate change. We pre…

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