James L. Hanula

Research Entomologist
320 Green Street
Athens, GA 30602-2044
Phone: 706-559-4253


Current Research

Availability of arthropod prey for the red-cockaded woodpecker under different stand conditions; impact of natural and man-made forest disturbances on insect communities; population regulating mechanisms offorest Lepidoptera, in particular, the importance of parasitic microorganisms in regulating these populations. Role of coarse woody debris in maintaining insect populations.

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Research Highlights

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SRS-2011-03
Heavy infestations of Chinese privet in forests exclude most butterflies

Heavy infestations of Chinese privet, an invasive shrub, to crowd out most other plants in affected forests. . This results in very few butterfl ...

2011


Last updated on : 10/23/2014