Assessing the ecological risk posed by a recently established invasive alien predator: Harmonia axyridis as a case study

Invasive alien predators are a serious threat to biodiversity worldwide

Abstract

The authors describe a method developed to assess which European ladybird species are most at risk following the invasion of H. axyridis. The 3 components of the risk assessment are:

  1. the likelihood that the assessed native species encounters H. axyridis in the field
  2. the hazard of competition for food
  3. the IGP hazard

Citation

Kenis, M., Adriaens, T., Brown, P.M.J., Katsanis, A., San Martin, G., Branquart, E., Maes, D., Eschen, R., Zindel, R., Van Vlaenderen, J., Babendreier, D., Roy, H.E., Hautier, L. and Poland, R.L. (2017) Assessing the ecological risk posed by a recently established invasive alien predator: Harmonia axyridis as a case study. BioControl 62(3), 341–354.

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Published 30 June 2017