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    Concealed diversity : taxonomical, phytogeographical and phytosociological notes on brambles (Rubus L. subgen. Rubus) in north-west Europe
    Haveman, Rense - \ 2017
    Wageningen University. Promotor(en): Joop Schaminee, co-promotor(en): Rienk Jan Bijlsma. - Wageningen : Wageningen University - ISBN 9789463431019 - 200
    rubus - diversity - taxonomy - phytogeography - geographical distribution - biogeography - apomixis - northwestern europe - rubus - diversiteit - taxonomie - plantengeografie - geografische verdeling - biogeografie - apomixis - noordwest-europa

    Rubus subgen. Rubus (bramble) is one of the large plant genera in Europe, consisting of only a few sexual biological species and at least 700 apomictic lineages. In this thesis, it is argued that the stabilised apomict lineages should best be regarded species, even if their distribution area doesn’t meet the requirements of a regional species as defined in several publications by Weber. Included is a checklist of Dutch bramble species, comprising 191 species belonging to Rubus subgen. Rubus. In the Netherlands, 97 of the 191 species are classified as regional species, with a distribution area diameter under 500 km. On the basis of distribution data of bramble species in Ireland, the UK, Denmark, Germany, and the Netherlands, 12 phytogeographical bramble-regions are distinguished. Although ecological factors play a role in the realisation of these regions, it is argued that the found patterns are primarily the result of evolutionary processes. The density and species composition of Rubus scrubs in the Netherlands is studied using landscape transects. At landscape scale, the bramble species in the scrubs are not randomly distributed, causing a spatial clustering of floristically similar bramble scrubs. It was concluded that only a part of the diversity of Rubus scrubs was accounted for in the Dutch national vegetation classification, and a new scrub type (the Rubetum taxandriae) was described on the basis of these findings. Rubus scrubs are an important biotope for rare shrub species and endemic Rubus species. Additionally, scrubs rich in bramble species are important because they provide foraging and nesting habitats for numerous vertebrates and invertebrates. It is recommended to include the apomict Rubus species in biodiversity accounts, for instance in the national standard list of plant species, as well as the Red List.

    On the sustainable use and conservation of plant genetic resources in Europe. Report from Work Package 5 “Engaging the user Community” of the
    Frese, L. ; Palmé, A. ; Kik, C. - \ 2014
    NordGen - 34
    duurzame landbouw - plantenveredeling - landrassen - rassen (planten) - geografische verdeling - genetische diversiteit - gewassen - genetische bronnen van plantensoorten - wilde verwanten - europa - sustainable agriculture - plant breeding - landraces - varieties - geographical distribution - genetic diversity - crops - plant genetic resources - wild relatives - europe
    PGR Secure project , a collaborative project funded under the EU Seventh Framework Programme, THEME KBBE.2010.1.1-03, 'Characterization of biodiversity resources for wild crop relatives to improve crops by breeding', Grant agreement no. 266394."
    Elusive marine mammals explored : charting under-recorded areas to 160699 and distribution of cetaceans using multi-method approaches and platforms of opportunity
    Boer, M.N. de - \ 2013
    Wageningen University. Promotor(en): Peter Reijnders, co-promotor(en): Marten Scheffer. - Wageningen : Wageningen UR - ISBN 9789461737168 - 282
    cetacea - zeezoogdieren - zeedieren - geografische verdeling - methodologie - dierecologie - aquatische ecologie - gegevens verzamelen - zoögeografie - cetacea - marine mammals - marine animals - geographical distribution - methodology - animal ecology - aquatic ecology - data collection - zoogeography
    Why elephant roam
    Ngene, S.M. - \ 2010
    University of Twente. Promotor(en): Andrew Skidmore; Herbert Prins; H.A.M.J. van Gils. - Enschede : University of Twente Faculty of Geo-Information and Earth Observation ITC - ISBN 9789061642909 - 195
    loxodonta africana - geografische informatiesystemen - remote sensing - zoögeografie - geografische verdeling - beweging - menselijke activiteit - seizoenen - diergedrag - kenya - menselijke invloed - loxodonta africana - geographical information systems - remote sensing - zoogeography - geographical distribution - movement - human activity - seasons - animal behaviour - kenya - human impact
    The expansion of human activities due to the increase in human population outside protected areas is reducing the range of elephant. This range reduction occurs when elephant habitats are cleared for more farms and settlements. This causes fragmentation of the elephant range, which changes the elephant’ distribution, movement patterns, intensity of occupancy, and speed of movement. The objectives of this study were to use GIS and remote sensing to identify the factors that influence the distribution, intensity of occupancy, and speed of movement of Marsabit elephant; to map and describe their wet and dry season range, intensity of occupancy, and speed of movement, as well as seasonal altitudinal movement in the fragmented mosaic of forest and savanna; to research the cost of humans sharing the environment with the elephant in areas adjacent to Marsabit Protected Area.
    'Houd bij korting rekening met ongelijke verdeling'
    Silvis, H.J. - \ 2010
    Kennis Online 7 (2010)april. - p. 7 - 7.
    gemeenschappelijk landbouwbeleid - inkomen van landbouwers - plattelandsontwikkeling - landbouwbudgetten - subsidies - geografische verdeling - cap - farmers' income - rural development - agricultural budgets - subsidies - geographical distribution
    Het LEI analyseerde de huidige verdeling van het GLB-budget over de lidstaten, en bespreekt opties voor de verdeling in de toekomst. Als na 2013 gekort wordt op het GLB-budget, zou er rekening gehouden moeten worden met wat lidstaten krijgen voor directe inkomenstoeslagen en plattelandsbeleid. In de politieke onderhandelingen speelt het totale saldo van ontvangsten en afdrachten een belangrijke rol.
    Space and economics : An introduction to regional economics
    Heijman, W.J.M. ; Schipper, R.A. - \ 2010
    Wageningen : Wageningen Academic (Mansholt publication series vol. 7) - ISBN 9789086860975 - 266
    regio's - economie - locatietheorie - vestigingsplaats van de productie - geografische verdeling - economische theorie - ruimtelijke evenwichtsanalyse - productie - firma's - europa - regionale economie - regions - economics - location theory - location of production - geographical distribution - economic theory - spatial equilibrium analysis - production - firms - europe - regional economics
    The subject area Regional Economics is becoming more and more topical. This means that in economic analyses the production factor 'space' is of increasing importance. This study book aims to integrate space in the area of General Economics in an analytical way. Models and their applications play a major role in the book's approach. The subject of regional economics contains two broad fields. The first is the theory of location, including the basic principles of the economic theory of land use, which has a microeconomic character. The second subject is regional economic development, including spatial equilibrium theory, which is mainly macroeconomic in nature. In the book, both fields will be elaborated in detail. Basic principles of economics are included as background information in order to study the latter advanced subjects addressed in the book. Another important feature of the book is its European character which is rather unique. In fact the majority of the applications here are from Europe. Regional statistical data and maps available in Eurostat have been used abundantly. The spreadsheet programme Excel is used as a convenient tool for the computation of model results. The description of major applications of Excel is included in the book, which makes it self contained.
    Territorial distribution of CAP payments in the Netherlands and present and future environmental policy targets
    Elbersen, B.S. ; Doorn, A.M. van; Naeff, H.S.D. - \ 2009
    Wageningen : Alterra (Alterra-rapport 1900) - 110
    gemeenschappelijk landbouwbeleid - landbouw - subsidies - geografische verdeling - inventarisaties - cap - agriculture - subsidies - geographical distribution - inventories
    Reform of the CAP by 2013 is a key issue in the Dutch agricultural policy debate. At the moment the Single Farm Payments are based on the historic right principle, but in the future the Dutch government looks for a different justification for the direct income support. The SFP should be converted into a system of targeted payments for the delivery of public goods, as nature, landscape and environment. In this light, information on how the present distribution of CAP payments is related to environmentally sensitive areas is needed. This study therefore answers two questions: 1) to what extend are 1st and 2nd Pillar payments allocated to regions that coincide spatially with environmentally sensitive areas? 2) How are 1st and 2nd Pillar payments distributed over farms with certain intensive and extensive management features?
    Geography of mammalian herbivores in the Indian Trans-Himalaya: patterns and processes
    Namgail, T. - \ 2009
    Wageningen University. Promotor(en): Herbert Prins, co-promotor(en): Sip van Wieren. - [S.l.] : S.n. - ISBN 9789085855248 - 122
    herbivoren - zoogdieren - zoögeografie - geografische verdeling - india - biogeografie - ecotonen - soortendiversiteit - soortenrijkdom - grote grazers - himalaya - herbivores - mammals - zoogeography - geographical distribution - india - biogeography - ecotones - species diversity - species richness - large herbivores - himalaya
    Animals need adequate resources so that their populations not only survive but thrive. So they seek places that can best provide them. Yet, they face several challenges, while obtaining these resources, e.g., predators, competitors and physical obstacles: mountains and rivers. Some animals are better-equipped to overcome these challenges, and are widely distributed, while others are not. These differences generate uneven pattern of distribution of life on earth. Tsewang Namgail’s study on the mammalian herbivores in the arid regions of the Himalayan mountains shows that interspecific competition is a major factor determining distribution and diversity patterns of these animals. Topography is also an important factor determining their coexistence, and thus it plays a crucial role in the formation and maintenance of herbivore assemblies in these drier, alpine regions. The study highlights that herbivores change their diet spectrum in response to the number of other herbivore species in an assemblage, and therefore emphasizes the inclusion of interspecific interactions in species distribution models.
    Geo-spatial modelling and monitoring of European landscapes and habitats using remote sensing and field surveys
    Mücher, C.A. - \ 2009
    Wageningen University. Promotor(en): Michael Schaepman; Joop Schaminee, co-promotor(en): Bob Bunce. - [S.l.] : S.n. - ISBN 9789085854531 - 269
    landschap - remote sensing - karteringen - habitats - geografische verdeling - modellen - monitoring - europa - vegetatiemonitoring - landschapsanalyse - veldwerk - ruimtelijke modellen - ruimtelijke analyse - modelleren - landgebruiksmonitoring - landscape - remote sensing - surveys - habitats - geographical distribution - models - monitoring - europe - vegetation monitoring - landscape analysis - field work - spatial models - spatial analysis - modeling - land use monitoring
    De belangrijkste doelstelling van dit proefschrift is het ontwikkelen van methoden voor het kwantificeren van de ruimtelijke verspreiding en omvang van Europese landschappen en habitats en hun monitoring. In een bredere context gaat het om monitoring van de biodiversiteit met behulp van remote sensing bestaande uit het analyseren van satellietbeelden en gebruikmakend van additionele Europese digitale milieubestanden, GIS technieken en veldgegevens. Deze methoden zijn verdienstelijk, maar hebben ook beperkingen vooral bij het karteren van kleine en gefragmenteerde habitats en het monitoren van geleidelijke veranderingen daarin. Daarom is het gebruik van additionele en gestandaardiseerde veldmethodieken noodzakelijk om verschillende componenten van Europese landschappen te monitoren.
    Geographic distribution of GAP subsidies in the Netherlands
    Hermans, C.M.L. ; Naeff, H.S.D. ; Terluin, I.J. - \ 2006
    Wageningen : Alterra (Alterra-report 1385) - 64
    gemeenschappelijk landbouwbeleid - landbouwsector - geografische verdeling - europese unie - betaling - cap - agricultural sector - geographical distribution - european union - payment
    Each year, the Dutch agrarian sector receives a number of direct payments from the EU as part of its Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) budget. This report presents the geographic and sectoral consequences of these payments. A database from the Dutch ministry of agriculture, nature and food quality provided the addresses of direct payment recipients as well as the amounts they received under each EU regulation.
    Protocols for spatial allocation of farm types
    Elbersen, B.S. ; Kempen, M. ; Diepen, C.A. van; Andersen, E. ; Hazeu, G.W. ; Verhoog, D. - \ 2006
    Wageningen : Wageningen University (Seamless report 19) - ISBN 9789085850465
    landbouwbedrijven - geografische verdeling - milieufactoren - landgebruiksplanning - cartografie - ruimtelijke analyse - farms - geographical distribution - environmental factors - land use planning - mapping - spatial analysis
    Beheersmaatregelen Phytophthora ramorum
    Kessel, G.J.T. ; Kuik, A.J. van; Verstappen, E.C.P. ; Raaij, H.M.G. van; Bonants, P.J.M. - \ 2005
    gewasbescherming - rhododendron - viburnum - plantenziekteverwekkende schimmels - detectie - geografische verdeling - ziektedistributie - ziektepreventie - plantenkwekerijen - phytophthora ramorum - plant protection - rhododendron - viburnum - plant pathogenic fungi - detection - geographical distribution - disease distribution - disease prevention - nurseries - phytophthora ramorum
    Dit project levert kennis over de verspreidingsmechanismen van Phytophthora ramorum in commerciële kwekerijen. Daarmee kan de effectiviteit van fytosanitaire zonering gevalideerd worden. Daarnaast kunnen aanbevelingen voor preventieve maatregelen worden gedaan
    De knoflookpad Pelobates fuscus in het dal van de Overijsselse Vecht
    Ottburg, F.G.W.A. ; Stumpel, A.H.P. ; Pullen, E. - \ 2005
    Wageningen : Alterra (Alterra-rapport 1151) - 61
    amphibia - habitats - geografische verdeling - bescherming - conservering - nederland - overijssel - amphibia - habitats - geographical distribution - protection - conservation - netherlands - overijssel
    Eind vorige eeuw is de knoflookpad in Nederland sterk achteruit gegaan. Er zijn nog 38 leefgebieden met kleine populaties aanwezig. De belangrijkste oorzaken van achteruitgang zijn het verlies van habitat en het veranderde landgebruik. Dit onderzoek richt zich op de landhabitat, waarover erg weinig bekend is. In een studiegebied langs de Overijsselse Vecht is twee jaar onderzoek gedaan, met referentiegebieden in Drenthe en Polen. Door middel van het uitrasteren van poelen, looproutes en kruisvallen is onderzocht welke habitattypen door de soort worden gebruikt. Tevens werden biometrische gegevens verzameld. Het onderzoek mondt uit in aanbevelingen voor het beheer van de landhabitat
    Ruimte voor reconstructie. Over de invloed van autonome en recente beleidsmatige ontwikkelingen op het aantal bedrijfsverplaatsingen in het kader van de reconstructie
    Vogelzang, T.A. ; Bavel, M.A.H.J. van; Kuhlman, J.W. ; Wagenberg, C.P.A. van - \ 2005
    onbekend : LEI (Rapport / LEI : Domein 4, Ruimte en economie ) - ISBN 9789052420004 - 72
    intensieve veehouderij - dierlijke meststoffen - overheidsbeleid - veehouderijbedrijven - platteland - zandgronden - ruimtelijke ordening - waterbeheer - richtlijnen (directives) - geografische verdeling - standplaatsfactoren - plattelandsplanning - reconstructie - invloeden - locatie - physical planning - geographical distribution - site factors - livestock enterprises - intensive livestock farming - sandy soils - water management - directives - government policy - rural planning - rural areas - netherlands - reconstruction - location - influences
    In dit rapport wordt ingegaan op de vraag welke invloed autonome ontwikkelingen in de intensieve veehouderij en recente ontwikkelingen inzake het mestbeleid en de Kaderrichtlijn Water zullen hebben op het aantal te verplaatsen veehouderijbedrijven in het kader van de uitvoering van de Reconstructiewet. Op basis van een kwalitatieve en een kwantitatieve modelmatige analyse is bepaald hoeveel bedrijven er in principe in aanmerking komen voor hervestiging vanuit extensiveringsgebieden en hoeveel bedrijven daadwerkelijk de stap naar verplaatsing zullen gaan zetten. This report examines the question of how autonomous developments in intensive livestock farming and recent developments in the manure policy and the Water Framework Directive will affect the number of livestock holdings to be relocated under the Reconstruction Act. A qualitative and quantitative analysis model has been used to determine how many holdings are theoretically eligible for relocation and how many will actually decide to relocate.
    Steenmarters ten westen van de IJssel
    Broekhuizen, S. ; Müskens, G.J.D.M. - \ 2004
    Zoogdier 15 (2004)3. - ISSN 0925-1006 - p. 14 - 17.
    martes foina - zoögeografie - distributie - geografische verdeling - verspreiding - spreiding - expansie - ijssel - gelderland - martes foina - zoogeography - distribution - geographical distribution - dispersal - spread - expansion - river ijssel - gelderland
    Overzicht van vondsten en zichtwaarnemingen van steenmarters ten westen van de IJssel, in de periode 1984-2003. Hieruit blijkt dat de steenmarter, die na de Tweede Wereldoorlog ten westen van de IJssel niet meer voorkwam, bezig is met een comeback. Verwacht wordt dat het dier over enige tijd ook in de Gelderse Vallei zal opduiken. Dit heeft consequenties voor het boommarteronderzoek dat hier plaats vindt
    Applications of existing biodiversity information: capacity to support decision making
    Corsi, F. - \ 2004
    Wageningen University. Promotor(en): Andrew Skidmore; Herbert Prins, co-promotor(en): J. de Leeuw. - [S.I.] : S.n. - ISBN 9789085040903 - 180
    biodiversiteit - natuurbescherming - informatiesystemen - geografische informatiesystemen - geografische verdeling - beslissingsondersteunende systemen - ecologische hoofdstructuur - biodiversity - nature conservation - information systems - geographical information systems - geographical distribution - decision support systems - ecological network

    The extinction crisis has led to a multitude of scientific and political responses. These inc1ude Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs) that encourage consistent and cooperative regional and global initiatives. The need to monitor the progress and results of treaty implementation has increased demand for authoritative and current information about biological diversity, its status and distribution. A number of efforts to build knowledge about biodiversity respond to these demands. Government and NGO networks have been formed to link information resources, and to assess and monitor the status of biodiversity.
    The efforts have not yet met expectations. This has frequently been attributed to lack of data and knowledge. However, while the gaps in data and understanding about biodiversity are significant, information and analytical methodologies available today are adequate to support decision-making and natural resource management:
    o The information is dispersed but can be made available with a weIl structured and managed information network supported through the electronic media;
    o The value of the information can be better understood with application of analytical methodologies, in particular ecological modelling, which exploit Geographic Information Systems (GIS);
    o Potential for information uses, including tracking changes in biodiversity status over time, can be maximised with a data management infrastructure that accommodates taxonomic and data inconsistencies, and evolving data needs and demands.
    This thesis argues that with the above factors in place, existing resources can support biodiversity information needs now and in the immediate future. Information and analytical tools currently available allow us to transform scarce data into decision-making tools. Specific examples presented illustrate the result of mobilising experts' data and applying GIS technologies.
    The African Mammals Databank applies information networking techniques and GIS to produce species distribution models at the continental scale, a broadscale result that sets the context within which informed decisions can be made. The Large Scale Model of Wolf Distribution in Italy for Conservation Planning presents high-resolution environmental suitability models for the whole of Italy, illustrating application of inductive modelling techniques to limited locational data, and the potential analytical value of otherwise dispersed data. Expert based species distribution maps for the assessment of biodiversity conservation status: the Italian Ecological Network demonstrates how GIS species distribution models derived from expert knowledge can be applied to prioritysetting for biodiversity conservation and how predictions of species richness can be made by overlaying multiple species distribution models. It also illustrates the potential to further integrate these models with, for example, patterns of threat and development plans.
    Data management infrastructures that accommodate inconsistent data and evolving information needs provide us with the means to manage, synthesise and analyse information with consistency across space and time. Application of such infrastructures would allow us to advance beyond single project analyses that require intensive data-gathering components, towards an information resource that tracks changes in biodiversity status over time. It is this step that will set into motion a true biodiversity monitoring capacity.
    Rare and common macroinvertebrates: definition of distribution classes and their boundaries
    Nijboer, R.C. ; Verdonschot, P.F.M. - \ 2004
    Archiv für Hydrobiologie 161 (2004)1. - ISSN 0003-9136 - p. 45 - 64.
    waterorganismen - classificatie - oppervlaktewater - geografische verdeling - populatiedynamica - waterkwaliteit - aquatische ecosystemen - aquatic organisms - classification - surface water - geographical distribution - population dynamics - water quality - aquatic ecosystems - fish assemblages - bioassessment - communities - ecology - rivers - conservation - streams - mexico
    Rarity of macroinvertebrates can be used in assessing the ecological quality or conservation value of freshwaters. To select target species for nature conservation and to compare rarity or commonness between regions a classification of species distributions is needed. A distribution classification for Dutch macroinvertebrate taxa is presented. Frequencies of occurrence in surface waters of aquatic macroinvertebrate taxa were extracted from databases of water district managers and included data from 7608 sites from 1980 to 1998. Six classes were defined: very rare, rare, uncommon, common, very common, and abundant. The boundaries for these classes were established using the number of occurrences of the taxa and the expert opinion of a committee of water district managers and taxonomic experts. A distribution class was assigned to each of 1544 taxa, including 1514 species and 30 taxa on higher taxonomic level (groups, aggregates, genera). There were still many taxa for which the distribution was unknown due to their small size, their special habitat requirements, or identification difficulties due to immature animals and incomplete taxonomic information. The number of rare species differed between the 24 water management districts and depended on characteristics of the area, sampling strategy, and sampling intensity. The percentage of rare species differed between taxonomic groups. The definition of distribution classes and their boundaries can be applied at different scales, (e. g., water management district or national scale), which makes results comparable between scales and provides a broad application in bioassessment and conservation.
    Functioneel ecologische voorwaarden voor hotspots van biodiversiteit; verspreiding van cryptobiota met zweefvliegen (Syrphidae) als voorbeeld
    Jagers op Akkerhuis, G.A.J.M. ; Lammertsma, D.R. ; Martakis, G.F.P. ; Berg, A. van den - \ 2004
    Wageningen : Alterra (Alterra-rapport 937) - 74
    biodiversiteit - natuurbescherming - habitats - ecologie - syrphidae - geografische verdeling - milieufactoren - nederland - biodiversity - nature conservation - habitats - ecology - syrphidae - geographical distribution - environmental factors - netherlands
    In de nota Natuur voor mensen, mensen voor natuur ('NvM', LNV 2000) geeft de overheid aan dat het streven is om in 2020 de condities voor duurzame instandhouding van alle soorten in Nederland te garanderen. Het is niet waarschijnlijk dat dit doel voor alle minimaal 35000 individuele soorten in Nederland haalbaar is. In plaats daarvan, onderzoeken we in dit rapport de mogelijkheid tot het karakteriseren van functionele randvoorwaarden voor hotspots van biodiversiteit. Hiertoe wordt een groep voorbeeldorganismen, de zweefvliegen, ingedeeld in functionele groepen op basis van verschillen in ecologische eisen. Vervolgens wordt met behulp van verspreidingskaarten (EIS-Nederland) onderzocht waar ruimtelijk de hotspots voor deze functionele groepen liggen. In deze studie laten we zien, dat verschillen in ecologische wensen (de ecologische groepen) zich vertalen in verschillen in verspreidingspatronen van de soorten. Dit biedt de mogelijkheid om per ecologische groep gebieden aan te wijzen die voldoen aan de functionele randvoorwaarden van de soorten, de 'functionele hotspots'. Op basis van de resultaten van deze studie doen we voorstellen om techniek geschikt te maken voor een lokale aanpak, door meer gedetailleerd onderzoek te doen naar de relatie tussen de verspreiding van ecologische groepen en de fijnmazige verspreiding van habitattypen in Nederland, en voor het opstellen van een ecologische profiel van terreintypen, dat het belang aangeeft van het terreintype voor de verschillende ecologische groepen.
    Veertien jaar eikenprocessierups
    Moraal, L.G. - \ 2004
    Natura 101 (2004)4. - ISSN 0028-0631 - p. 102 - 102.
    thaumetopoea processionea - quercus - insectenplagen - plantenplagen - bosplagen - gastheer parasiet relaties - spreiding - verspreiding - geografische verdeling - epidemiologie - populatiedynamica - populatie-ecologie - thaumetopoea processionea - quercus - insect pests - plant pests - forest pests - host parasite relationships - spread - dispersal - geographical distribution - epidemiology - population dynamics - population ecology
    Sinds 1991 komt in Nederland de eikenprocessierups voor, die afkomstig is uit Zuid- en Centraal-Europa. Een overzicht van het verloop van de plaag in de afgelopen jaren en de verspreiding in Nederland in 2003 (inmiddels ook boven de grote rivieren). Na de instorting van de populatie in 1997 werd verwacht dat de soort wel zou verdwijnen maar dat is niet gebeurd; waarschijnlijk is de soort inmiddels ingeburgerd. Voor de bestrijding wordt gedacht aan de herintroductie in Nederland van de grote poppenrover, een effectieve natuurlijke vijand
    Paardenkastanjemineermot verovert Nederland
    Moraal, L.G. - \ 2004
    Natura 101 (2004)4. - ISSN 0028-0631 - p. 100 - 101.
    cameraria - aesculus hippocastanum - bladmineerders - insectenplagen - plantenplagen - bosplagen - levenscyclus - aantasting - schade - epidemiologie - spreiding - verspreiding - koloniserend vermogen - gastheer parasiet relaties - geografische verdeling - insect-plant relaties - cameraria - aesculus hippocastanum - leaf miners - insect pests - plant pests - forest pests - life cycle - infestation - damage - epidemiology - spread - dispersal - colonizing ability - host parasite relationships - geographical distribution - insect plant relations
    Beschrijving van de levenswijze en het schadebeeld van de paardekastanjemineermot (Cameraria ohridella), die sinds 1984 bezig is met een razendsnelle kolonisatie in geheel Europa. De ernst van de aantasting kan per boom variëren, waarschijnlijk door genetische verschillen. De mot is inmiddels over heel Nederland verspreid, met drie generaties per jaar. Het eind van de plaag is nog niet in zicht omdat effectieve natuurlijke vijanden ontbreken
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