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Figure 5

From: Modelling of the spread of a potential invasive pest, the Siberian moth (Dendrolimus sibiricus) in Europe

Figure 5

Reproduction success of the Siberian moth. Probability of a moth to mate (Mating) and probability that an egg, larva or pupa is not parasitized or predated (Non-predated) as a function of relative moth population density (proportion of trees disseminating off-spring of the maximum number of host trees in the cell). The thick line shows the combined effect on mating success, parasitization and predation on the relative number of off-spring produced by a moth.

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