How Do Plant Invasions and Habitat Restoration Affect Invertebrate Diversity and Function? A meta-analysis and review

Invertebrates can be effective indicators of the consequences of non-native plant invasions due to the important functional roles that they play in ecosystems, including nutrient recycling and energy flow, pollination, seed dispersal, and the maintenance of plant and animal community structure.

Biodiversity and Vulnerability of Aquatic Insects in California

As practitioners tasked to plan or evaluate restoration projects and meet permit requirements in freshwater habitats, we often neglect non-listed species. Half of all freshwater species in California are considered to be vulnerable to extinction, and extinction rates in freshwater ecosystems are 4 to 5 times higher than those of terrestrial systems. 

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