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Response of forest insects to the climate change (case studies)

György Csóka, Anikó Hirka, Mariann Csepelényi, Levente Szőcs, Miklós Molnár, Katalin Tuba, Rudolf Hillebrand & Ferenc Lakatos

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Correspondence: Csóka György

Postal address: H-3232 Mátrafüred, Hegyalja u. 18.

e-mail: csokagy[at]erti.hu

Abstract

There is a very tight relationship between insects and their environment, therefore if there is even the slightest change – due to climate change for instance, they react sensitively. This reaction can be very diverse. Their area can expand, their development time can change and consequently their number of generations can alter as well. Effect of factors influencing the size of the populations (natural enemies, mortality) can differ too. It should also be mentioned the sensitive interaction between herbivore insects and host plants in particular, where the insects can react very fast to the changes in the host plant (e.g. drought, stress caused by heat). Ultimately new species can appear, previously rare species can have mass outbreaks or their damage area can expand. We are demonstrating the changes of the last decades in six sample examples: oak lace bug (Corythucha arcuata), cockchafer (Melolontha melolontha), oak processionary moth (Thaumetopoea processionea), cotton bollworm (Helicoverpa armigera), gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar), in addition to the bark beetle damage in spruce stands.

Keywords: oak lace bug, cockchafer, oak processionary moth, cotton bollworm, gypsy moth, bark beetle damage, climate change

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