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Population structure in the small ermine moth Yponomeuta padellus: an estimate of male dispersal



Population structure in the small ermine moth Yponomeuta padellus: an estimate of male dispersal



Ecological Entomology 19(2): 97-107



An extensive investigation was carried out into the structure of a large, effectively continuous population of Yponomeuta padellus feeding on hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna) and blackthorn (Prunus spinosa) in the UK. Mark-recapture studies were used to obtain direct estimates of the male dispersal rate, sigma , in 2 successive years. Dispersal was found to be extremely localized with respect to the total area of the study population.

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