Editorial: A Hard Day’s Night - What’s to be gained from fumbling around in the dark?

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  • Simon Hodge
  • Rob Cruickshank

Abstract

In many cases daily patterns in insect activity are so well defined between night and day there is little doubt about when, or how, an investigator should go about studying them. However, even for some relatively well-studied groups (e.g. Diptera; spiders; beneficial insects; herbivores; pollinators), collecting during the daytime can produce very different results compared with collecting at night.

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2018-11-06

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Hodge, S. and Cruickshank, R. 2018. Editorial: A Hard Day’s Night - What’s to be gained from fumbling around in the dark?. The Wētā. 52, (Nov. 2018), 1–6.

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