Volcanism and arthropods: a review

Luciana Elizalde

Resumen


Ecología Austral, 24:3-16 (2014)

Las erupciones volcánicas son disturbios naturales que imponen múltiples cambios en los ecosistemas. Los artrópodos se ubican entre los organismos más diversos del planeta y desempeñan un papel clave en el funcionamiento de los ecosistemas. Sin embargo, la información existente sobre los efectos de los disturbios volcánicos sobre ellos es dispersa. El objetivo de esta revisión es identificar generalidades en las respuestas de los artrópodos al vulcanismo. Principalmente, (1) ¿qué efecto tienen las erupciones volcánicas sobre los artrópodos?, (2) ¿qué características hacen que ciertas especies sean más resistentes al vulcanismo?, (3) ¿cómo se ensamblan sus comunidades después de una erupción? Los artrópodos terrestres y acuáticos muestran respuestas similares al vulcanismo, que afecta a sus poblaciones y comunidades, y los ecosistemas a través de las funciones que los artrópodos realizan. La mayoría de los estudios que evaluaron el efecto de la ceniza volcánica encontraron efectos negativos sobre la mortalidad y diferente susceptibilidad entre especies. La mortalidad en una misma especie varía según la cantidad de ceniza y la forma de exposición (contacto con el cuerpo, alimentos contaminados, modificación del hábitat), y la humedad relativa. En las pocas comunidades de artrópodos donde se estudiaron los efectos de las erupciones volcánicas, la riqueza, composición y abundancia de las especies son afectadas de alguna forma. Identifiqué rasgos morfológicos, fisiológicos, comportamentales y de historia de vida que parecen importantes para determinar respuestas de las especies al vulcanismo. Sin embargo, los conocimientos actuales son limitados y acotados a pocas erupciones volcánicas. Los estudios de eventos volcánicos pueden proporcionar una validación a escala del ecosistema de las predicciones sobre cómo el cambio climático y los cambios inducidos por el hombre, como una mayor concentración de partículas en suspensión o de emisión de gases al ambiente, pueden afectar a las comunidades de artrópodos.


Texto completo:

PDF (English)

Referencias


AKRE, RG; LD HANSEN; HC REED & LD CORPUS. 1981. Effects of ash from Mt. St. Helens on ants and yellow jackets. Melanderia, 37:3-19.

ANDERSON, NH. 1992. Influence of disturbance on insect communities in Pacific Northwest streams. Hydrobiologia, 248:79-92.

ARANEDA, A; F CRUCES; L TORRES & S BERTRAND. 2007. Changes of sub-fossil chironomid assemblages associated with volcanic sediment deposition in an Andean lake (38oS), Chile. Rev. Chil. Hist. Nat., 80:141-156.

ASHMOLE, N; P OROMÍ; M ASHMOLE & J MATIN. 1992. Primary faunal succession in volcanic terrain: lava and cave studies on the Canary Islands. Biol. J. Linn. Soc., 46:201-234

AYRIS, PM & P DELMELLE. 2012. The immediate environmental effects of tephra emission. B Volcanol., 74:1905-1936.

BISHOP, JG; WF FAGAN; JD SCHADE & CM CRISAFULLI. 2005. Causes and consequences of herbivory on prairie lupine (Lupinus lepidus) in early primary succession. Chapter 11. In: Dale, VH; FJ Swanson & CM Crisafulli (eds). Ecological Responses to the 1980 Eruption of Mount St . Helens. Springer-Verlag, pp. 151-161.

BÖDVARSSON, H. 1982 The Collembola of Surtsey, Iceland. Surtsey Res. Prog. Rep., 9:63-67.

BROWN, JJ & W CUTRIGHT. 1981. Contamination of bee-collected pollen with volcanic ash from Mount St. Helens. Melanderia, 37:39-44.

BROWN, JJ & Y BIN HUSSAIN. 1981. Physiological effects of volcanic ash upon selected insects in the laboratory. Melanderia, 37:32-38.

BRUSVEN, MA & CE HORING. 1984. Effect of suspended and deposited volcanic ash on survival and behavior of stream insects. J. Kans. Entomol. Soc., 57:55-62.

BUSH, MB & RJ WHITTAKER. 1991. Krakatau: colonization patterns and hierarchies. J. Biogeogr., 18:341-356.

BUTELER, M;T STADLER; GP LÓPEZ GARCÑIA; MS LASSA; D TROMBOTTO LIAUDAT; PD ADAMO & V FERNANDEZ-ARHEX. 2011. Propiedades insecticidas de la ceniza del complejo volcánico Puyehue-Cordón Caulle y su posible impacto ambiental. Rev Soc Entomol. Argent., 70:149-156.

COLLIER, K; J QUINN & M SCARSBROOK. 2002. Bouncing back: how fast can stream invertebrates recolonise? Water & Atmosphere, 10:9-11.

CORLEY, JC & J MASSAFERRO. 1998 Long term turnover of a fossil community of chironomids (Diptera) from Lake Mascardi (Patagonia, Argentina). J. Kans. Entomol. Soc., 71:407-413.

CRAWFORD, RL; PM SUGG & JS EDWARDS. 1995. Spider arrival and primary establishment on terrain depopulated by volcanic eruption at Mount St. Helens, Washington. Am. Midl. Nat., 133:60-75.

DAVIES, KF &C MARGULES. 2000. Which traits of species predict population declines in experimental forest fragments? Ecology, 81:1450-1461.

DINGWELL, DB; Y LAVALLÉE & U KUEPPERS. 2012. Volcanic ash: A primary agent in the Earth system. Phys. Chem. Earth., 45-46:2-4.

DORAVA, J & A MILNER. 1999. Effects of recent volcanic eruptions on aquatic habitat in the Drift River, Alaska, USA: Implications at other Cook Inlet Region volcanoes. Environ. Manage., 23:217-230.

EDWARDS, JS. 1986. Arthtopods as pioneers: recolonization of the blast zone on Mt St Helens Blast. Northwest Environ. J., 2:63-73.

EDWARDS, JS & LM SCHWARTZ. 1981. Mount St. Helens ash: a natural insecticide. Can J Zool., 59:714-715.

EDWARDS, JS & PM SUGG. 2005. Arthropods as pioneers in the regeneration of life on the pyroclastic-flow deposits of Mount St. Helens. Chapter 9. In: Dale, VH; FJ Swanson & CM Crisafulli (eds). Ecological Responses to the 1980 Eruption of Mount St . Helens. Springer-Verlag, pp. 127-138.

EDWARDS, JS & IWB THORNTON. 2001. Colonization of an island volcano, Long Island, Papua New Guinea, and an emergent island, Motmot, in its caldera lake. VI. The pioneer arthropod community of Motmot. J. Biogeogr., 28: 1379-1388.

FATTORINI, S & PAV BORGES. 2012. Biogeographical kinetics on an island volcano (Capelinhos, Azores): fast colonisation rates and dominance of arthropod exotic species. Insect Conserv. Diver., 5:358-366.

FERNÁNDEZ-ARHEX, V; M BUTELER; ME AMADIO; A ENRIQUEZ; T STADLER; G BECKER & O BRUZZONE. 2013. The effects of volcanic ash from Puyehue-Caulle range eruption on the survival of Dichroplus vittigerum (Orthoptera: Acrididae). Fla. Entomol., 96:286-288.

GERSICH, FM & MA BRUSVEN. 1982. Volcanic ash accumulation and ash-voiding mechanisms of aquatic insects. J Kans Entomol Soc,55: 290–296.

GRIMM, DM; JT RATTI &R FRIESZ. 1985. Effects of volcanic ash on food habits of burrowing owls at Moses Lake, Washington. Northwest Sci., 59:40-44.

HADDAD, NM; M HOLYOAK; TM MATA; KF DAVIES; BA MELBOURNE & K PRESTON. 2008. Species’ traits predict the effects of disturbance and productivity on diversity. Ecol. Lett., 11:348-356.

HALL-SPENCER, JM; R RODOLFO-METALPA; S MARTIN; E RANSOME; M FINE; SM TURNER; SJ ROWLEY; D TEDESCO & MC BUIA. 2008. Volcanic carbon dioxide vents show ecosystem effects of ocean acidification. Nature, 454:96-99.

HEINRICHS, ML; IR WALKER; RW MATHEWES & RJ HEBDA. 1999. Holocene chironomid-inferred salinity and paleovegetation reconstruction from Kilpoola Lake, British Columbia. Geogr. Phys. Quatern., 53:211-221.

HELBIG, R; J NICKERL; C NEINHUIS & C WERNER. 2011. Smart skin patterns protect springtails. PLoS ONE, 6:e25105.

HENLE, K, KF DAVIES; M KLEYER; C MARGULES &J SETTELE.2004. Predictors of species sensitivity to fragmentation. Biodivers. Conserv., 13:207-251.

HODKINSON, I D; NR WEBB & SJ COULSON. 2002. Primary community assembly on land – the missing stages: why are the heterotrophic organisms always there first? J. Ecol., 90:569-577.

HOWELL, JF. 1981. Codling moth; the effects of volcanic ash from the eruption of Mt. St. Helens on egg, larval, and adult survival. Melanderia,37: 50–55.

JOHANSEN, CA; JD EVES; DF MAYER; JC BACH; ME NEDROW & CW KIOUS. 1981. Effects of ash from Mt. St. Helens on bees. Melanderia, 37:22-29.

KIRN, RA; RO LEDGERWOOD & AL JENSEN. 1986. Diet of subyearling chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytsch) in the river estuary and changes effected by the 1980 eruption of Mount St . Helens. Northwest Sci., 60:191-196.

KLOSTERMEYER, EC; LD CORPUS & CL CAMPBELL. 1981. Population changes in arthropods in wheat following volcanic ash fallout. Melanderia, 37:47-49.

MARSKE, KA; MA IVIE & GM HILTON. 2007. Effects of volcanic ash on the forest canopy insects of Montserrat, West Indies. Environ. Entomol., 36:817-825.

MARTÍNEZ, AS; M MASCIOCCHI; JM VILLACIDE; G HUERTA; L DANERI; A BRUCHHAUSEN; G ROZAS & JC CORLEY. 2013. Ashes in the air: the effects of volcanic ash emissions on plant–pollinator relationships and possible consequences for apiculture. Apidologie, 44: 268-277.

MASCIOCCHI, M; AJ PEREIRA; MV LANTSCHNER & JC CORLEY. 2012. Of volcanoes and insects: the impact of the Puyehue–Cordón Caulle ash fall on populations of invasive social wasps, Vespula spp. Ecol. Res., 28:199-205.

MASON, RR; BE WICKMAN& HG PAUL. 1984. The effect of ash from Mount St. Helens on survival of neonate larvae of the Douglas-fir tussock moth (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae). Can. Entomol., 116:1145-1147.

MEYERHOFF, RD. 1991.Post-eruption recovery and secondary production of grazing insects in two streams near Mt. St. Helens. PhD thesis. Oregon State University.

MISERENDINO, ML; M ARCHANGELSKY; C BRAND & LB EPELE. 2012. Environmental changes and macroinvertebrate responses in Patagonian streams (Argentina) to ashfall from the Chaitén Volcano (May 2008). Sci. Total Environ., 424:202-212.

MORA, C; DP TITTENSOR; S ADL; AGB SIMPSON & B WORM. 2011. How many species are there on Earth and in the ocean?. PLoS Biology, 9:e1001127.

DEL MORAL, R & SY GRISHIN. 1999. Volcanic disturbances and ecosystem recovery. Chapter 5. In: L.R. Walker(ed) Ecosystems of disturbed ground. Elsevier. pp. 137–160.

NEW, TR. 2008. Insect conservation in early succession on islands: lessons from Surtsey, Iceland, and the Krakatau Archipelago, Indonesia. In: NEW, TR. (ed) Insect conservation and islands. Springer. pp. 113–118.

PARMENTER, RR; CM CRISAFULLI; NC KORBE; GL PARSONS; MJ KREUTZIAN & JA MACMAHON. 2005. Posteruption arthropod auccession on the Mount St. Helens Volcano: the ground-dwelling beetle fauna (Coleoptera). Chapter 10. In: Dale, VH; FJ Swanson & CM Crisafulli (eds). Ecological Responses to the 1980 Eruption of Mount St . Helens. Springer-Verlag, pp. 139-150.

PEREZ-MENDOZA, J; JE BAKER; FH ARTHUR & PW FLINN.1999. Effects of Protect-It on efficacy of Anisopteromalus calandrae (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae) parasitizing rice weevils (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in wheat. Environ. Entomol., 28:529-534.

PRICE, PW; RF DENNO; MD EUBANKS; DL FINKE & I KAPLAN. 2011. Insect ecology: Behavior, populations and communities. Cambridge University Press, New York.

ROSENGAUS, RB; AB MAXMEN; LE COATES & JFA TRANIELLO. 1998. Disease resistance: a benefit of sociality in the dampwood termite Zootermopsis angusticollis (Isoptera: Termopsidae). Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol., 44:125-134.

SCHOWALTER, TD. 2012. Insect responses to major landscape-level disturbance. Annu. Rev. Entomol., 57:1-20.

SHANKS, CH & DL CHASE. 1981. Effect of volcanic ash on adult Otiorhynchus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). Melanderia, 37:63-66.

SIKES, DS & J SLOWIK. 2010. Terrestrial arthropods of pre- and post-eruption Kasatochi Island, Alaska, 2008–2009: a shift from a plant-based to a necromass-based food web. Arct Antarct. Alp. Res., 42:297-305.

SIMKIN, T & L SIEBERT. 2002. Global volcanism program. http://www.volcano.si.edu

SNODGRASS, RE. 1935. Principles of insect morphology. McGraw-Hill Company.

SOUSA, WP. 1984. The role of disturbance in natural communities. Annu. Rev. Ecol. Syst., 15: 353-391.

STADLER, T; M BUTELER & DK WEAVER. 2010. Nanoinsecticidas: Nuevas perspectivas para el control de plagas. Rev Soc Entomol Argent, 69:149-156.

SWANSON, FJ; JA JONES; CM CRISAFULLI & A LARA. 2013. Effects of volcanic and hydrologic processes on forest vegetation: Chaitén Volcano, Chile. Andean Geol., 40:359-391.

TOWNSEND, CR; S DOLEDEC & M SCARSBROOK. 1997. Species traits in relation to temporal and spatial heterogeneity in streams: a test of habitat templet theory. Freshw. Biol., 37:367-387.

TURNER, MG; VH DALE & EH EVERHAM. 1997. Fires, hurricanes, and volcanoes: comparing large disturbances. BioScience, 47:758-768.

VEBLEN, TT & DH ASHTON. 1978. Catastrophic influences on the vegetation of the Valdivian Andes, Chile. Vegetatio, 36:149-167.

WAGNER, T; C NEINHUIS & W BARTHLOTT. 1996. Wettability and contaminability of insect wings as a function of their surface sculptures. Acta Zool., 77:213-225.

WALKER, TN & WOH HUGHES. 2009. Adaptive social immunity in leaf-cutting ants. Biol. Lett., 5:446-448.

WHITE, PS & A JENTSCH.2001. The search for generality in studies of disturbance and ecosystem dynamics. Prog. Bot., 62:399-450.

WILLE, A & G FUENTES. 1975. Efecto de la ceniza del Volcán: Irazú (Costa Rica) en algunos insectos. Rev. Biol. Trop., 3:165-175.

WILLIAMS, NM; EE CRONE; TH ROULSTON; RL MINCKLEY; L PACKER & SG POTTS. 2010. Ecological and life-history traits predict bee species responses to environmental disturbances. Biol. Conserv., 143:2280-2291.

WOLINSKI, L. 2012. Partículas en suspensión en lagos andinos, producto de erupciones volcánicas: El zooplanton como bioindicador. Degree Thesis, Univeridad Nacional del Comahue, Argentina.

WOLINSKI, L; C LASPOUMADERES; MB NAVARRO; B MODENUTTI & E BALSEIRO. 2013. The susceptibility of cladocerans in North Andean Patagonian lakes to volcanic ashes. Freshw. Biol., 58:1878-1888.

WOODROW, RJ; JK GRACE; LJ NELSON & MI HAVERTY. 2000. Modification of cuticular hydrocarbons of Cryptotermes brevis (Isoptera: Kalotermitidae) in response to temperature and relative humidity. Environ. Entomol., 29:1100-1107.

WOYKE, J & J GĄBKA. 2011. Effect of volcanic ash cloud over Poland on flight activity of honey bees. J. Apic. Sci., 55:5-17.


Enlaces refback

  • No hay ningún enlace refback.


ISSN en línea: 0327-5477; impresa 1667-782X (español); 1667-7838 (inglés)