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Abstract.

  • 1
    Evidence from leaf-mining insects on Fagaceous hosts suggests that range expansions of insects onto introduced trees often involve species that feed on native hosts closely related to the introduced host.
  • 2
    An examination of the herbivorous entomofauna of British trees illustrates that the size of the entomofauna is partially determined by the taxonomic isolation of the host tree.