2006

Galling Arthropods and Their Associates

Ecology and Evolution

ISBN: 978-4-431-32184-2 (Print) 978-4-431-32185-9 (Online)

Table of contents (26 chapters)

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  1. Biodiversity and Community Structure

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 3-19

      Latitudinal and Altitudinal Patterns in Species Richness and Mortality Factors of the Galling Sawflies on Salix Species in Japan

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      Pages 21-32

      Species Richness of Eriophyid Mites on Finnish Trees and Shrubs

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      Pages 33-42

      Diversity, Biology, and Nutritional Adaptation of Psyllids and their Galls in Taiwan

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      Pages 43-53

      Trophic Shift in δ 15N and δ 13C through Galling Arthropod Communities: Estimates from Quercus turbinella and Salix exigua

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      Pages 55-65

      Temporal Variation in the Structure of a Gall Wasp Assemblage along a Genetic Cline of Quercus crispula (Fagaceae)

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      Pages 67-77

      Effects of Floods on the Survival and Species Component of Rhopalomyia Gall Midges (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) Associated with Artemisia princeps (Asteraceae) Growing in a Dry Riverbed in Japan

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      Pages 79-87

      Guild Structure of Gall Midges on Fagus crenata in Relation to Snow Gradient: Present Status and Prediction of Future Status as a Result of Global Warming

  2. Biological Control and Galling Arthropods

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 89-89

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      Pages 91-101

      Early Parasitoid Recruitment in Invading Cynipid Galls

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      Pages 103-121

      Parasitoid Recruitment to the Globally Invasive Chestnut Gall Wasp Dryocosmus kuriphilus

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      Pages 123-132

      Cynipid Gall Wasps in Declining Black Oak in New York: Relationships with Prior Tree History and Crown Dieback

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      Pages 133-147

      Gall-forming Cecidomyiidae from Acacias: Can New Parasitoid Assemblages be Predicted?

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      Pages 149-158

      Recent Outbreaks of the Maize Orange Leafhopper Cicadulina bipunctata Inducing Gall-like Structures on Maize in Japan

  3. Galling Arthropods - Plant Interactions

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 159-159

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      Pages 161-168

      Different Oviposition Strategies in Two Closely Related Gall Midges (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae): Aggregation versus Risk Spreading

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      Pages 169-176

      A Protective Mechanism in the Host Plant, Aucuba, against Oviposition by the Fruit Gall Midge, Asphondylia aucubae (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae)

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      Pages 177-187

      Genetic Variation in the Timing of Larval Mortality and Plant Tissue Responses Associated with Tree Resistance against Galling Adelgids

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      Pages 189-197

      Variable Effects of Plant Module Size on Abundance and Performance of Galling Insects

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      Pages 199-207

      Biology and Life History of the Bamboo Gall Maker, Aiolomorphus rhopaloides Walker (Hymenoptera: Eurytomidae)

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      Pages 209-216

      Effects of Host-tree Traits on the Species Composition and Density of Galling Insects on two Oak Species, Quercus crispula and Quercus serrata (Fagaceae)

  4. Indirect Effects of Galling Arthropods

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      Pages 217-217

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      Pages 219-228

      Positive Indirect Effects of Biotic- and Abiotic-mediated Changes in Plant Traits on Herbivory

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      Pages 229-240

      Deer Browsing on Dwarf Bamboo Affects the Interspecies Relationships among the Parasitoids Associated with a Gall Midge

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