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Clear traces of climate change can already be seen in arctic insect communities. Predators of other insects, parasitoids, are at the top of the food web and give us a clue to what is happening to their prey species, too.
Climate change recasts the insect communities of the Arctic | University of Helsinki l.facebook.com

The proportion of parasitoids preying on warmth-loving butterflies is especially in areas where summer temperatures in particular have risen in recent decades.