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Insects (Moths)

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Animals (Insects: Moths)
Insects (Moths)


Material preceded by an asterisk (*) was posted after this subject summary was written and therefore is not included in the summary.  This material will be integrated into the summary at a later date.

Summary


* -- The Direct Effects of Elevated CO2 on the Asian Corn Borer

* -- Summer Warming Impacts on Bees, Moths and Butterflies in Mountainous Northern Scandinavia

* -- Larch Budmoth Outbreaks in the European Alps

Leaf-Galls and Leaf-Mines of Mature Oak Trees

Cotton Bolls vs. Cotton Bollworms in a CO2-Enriched World

Herbivores vs. Oak Trees in a CO2-Enriched Atmosphere

Larch Budmoth Outbreaks in Forests of the European Alps

Responses of Three Generations of Cotton Bollworms Feeding on Wheat Grown in Air of Ambient and Double-Ambient CO2 Concentration

Diamondback Moth Larvae Munching Mouse-Ear Cress: The Impacts of Elevated CO2

Effects of Elevated CO2 on the Effectiveness of Transgenic Bt Cotton

Insect Damage of Myrtle Oak Trees Exposed to Elevated CO2

Effects of Elevated CO2 on Plant Nutritional Quality and Subsequent Herbivory by Moth Larvae

Insect Herbivores in a CO2-Enriched Warmer World

Effects of Elevated CO2 on Plant-Insect Interactions in a Scrub-Oak Forest

Effects of Elevated CO2 and Nitrogen on Heather and its Consumption by a Winter Moth

Effects of Elevated CO2 and Nitrogen Deposition on Spruce Needle Quality and Consumption by Nun Moths