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Insect conservation biology

By: Stewart, Alan J A.
Contributor(s): New, T R.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wallingford: CABI, 2007Description: xiii, 457 p.: ill., maps; 25 cm.ISBN: 9781845932541.Subject(s): ZoologyDDC classification: 595.7
Contents:
Insect conservation in temperate biomes: issues, progress and prospects Insect conservation in tropical forests The conservation value of insect breeding programmes: rationale, evaluation tools and example programme case studies What have red lists done for us? :the values and limitations of protected species listing for invertebrates Species conservation and landscape management: a habitat perspective Implementing ecological networks for conserving insect and other biodiversity Insects and bioindication: theory and progress Insect populations in fragmented habitats Monitoring biodiversity: measuring long-term changes in insect abundance The conservation of ecological interactions Insects and climate change: processes, patterns and implications for conservation Conservation genetics for insects Broadening benefits to insects from wider conservation agendas The extinction of experience: a threat to insect conservation? Insects as providers of ecosystem services: crop pollination and pest control Insect conservation in agricultural landscapes Insect conservation: progress and prospects
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Insect conservation in temperate biomes: issues, progress and prospects Insect conservation in tropical forests The conservation value of insect breeding programmes: rationale, evaluation tools and example programme case studies What have red lists done for us? :the values and limitations of protected species listing for invertebrates Species conservation and landscape management: a habitat perspective Implementing ecological networks for conserving insect and other biodiversity Insects and bioindication: theory and progress Insect populations in fragmented habitats Monitoring biodiversity: measuring long-term changes in insect abundance The conservation of ecological interactions Insects and climate change: processes, patterns and implications for conservation Conservation genetics for insects Broadening benefits to insects from wider conservation agendas The extinction of experience: a threat to insect conservation? Insects as providers of ecosystem services: crop pollination and pest control Insect conservation in agricultural landscapes Insect conservation: progress and prospects

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