Data from: Biological control in winter: novel evidence for the importance of generalist predators

Stano Pekar, Radek Michalko, Pamela Loverre, Eva Líznarová & Ľudmila Černecká
1. The role of generalist predators in pest control has been neglected because generalists are not able to track pest populations. Generalist predators are suggested to be important in spring before specialist predators become active. 2. Here, we show that some generalist predators are important even during winter, when the majority of arthropod pests and their enemies are dormant. We quantified the role of winter-active generalist predators on the suppression of pear psylla during winter...
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