Insect Conservation Biology: Proceedings of the Royal Entomological Society's 23nd Symposium
Alan J. A. Stewart, T. R. New, O. T. Lewis
CABI, Jan 1, 2007 - Insects - 457 pages
These proceedings contain papers on insect conservation biology that are classified under 3 themes: (1) the current status of insect conservation, and major avenues for progress and hindrances (6 papers); (2) insects as model organisms in conservation biology (6 papers); and (3) future directions in insect conservation biology (6 papers).
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Issues Progress and Prospects
2 Insect Conservation in Tropical Forests
Rationale Evaluation Tools and Example Programme Case Studies
4 What Have Red Lists Done for Us? The Values and Limitations of Protected Species Listing for Invertebrates
A Habitat Perspective
6 Implementing Ecological Networks for Conserving Insect and Other Biodiversity
Theory and Progress
8 Insect Populations in Fragmented Habitats
12 Conservation Genetics for Insects
13 Broadening Benefits to Insects from Wider Conservation Agendas
A Threat to Insect Conservation?
Crop Pollination and Pest Control
16 Insect Conservation in Agricultural Landscapes
17 Genetically Modified Crops and Insect Conservation
Progress and Prospects
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