Night warming on hot days produces novel impacts on development, survival and reproduction in a small arthropod

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Abstract

Night warming often occurs in hot days under climate change. Here the authors investigate life-history traits of aphids at six night-time temperatures combined with a high daytime temperature regimen. Night warming raises optimum temperature for development which challenges the ‘Kaufmann effect’ and reduces nymphal survival unexpectedly.

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